What The Cowboys Need Before Next Weeks Game Against The Chiefs

Tj EptingContributor IOctober 5, 2009

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 28:  Quarterback Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium on September 28, 2009 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

There is no doubt the loss this week against the Broncos was dissapointing

Running still was good, the problem was soley on passing plays. This year so far the Boy's have been outpassed 1025 yards to 949. The Cowboys pass offense this year has aloud 2 more interceptions than the Cowboys defense has aquired.

Next week against the Chiefs, Romo will need to protect the ball as well as not just throw the ball up. He also needs some help from his receivers. Romo has passed more than twice as many times to Witten than to "star" receiver Roy Williams.

There is a reason for this. Witten can allways be counted on to be at a spot on the field when he is supposed to be there, unlike Roy Williams. Against Carolina this year, Williams miss ran a rout when he was suppose to come inside and decided instead to go outside and down the field. Romo threw the ball inside, expecting Williams to be there but he wasnt, which almost resulted in a interception.

Jason Garrett needs to make sure ALL the receivers and Romo are on the same page.

To beat the Chiefs next week the Cowboys need to

1. Jason Garrett needs to call plays that the whole offense knows and that in practice are succesful. Instead of trying to look pretty when the team is trying to tie the game.

2. Roy Williams and Miles Austin need to run the routs they are assigned. Roy Williams is an amazing receiver if he would just run the right routs.

3. Coach Philips needs to get into the game and start yelling at players when they royally screw up a rout, or when the O line misses a block and ends up in a Q.B. fumble. That the next play ends up in a T.D.

Wade philips never seams to be in the game, he is allways just looking on while Jason Garrett is calling a play. He doesnt talk to anybody. He just is very calm during the game. That was the Great thing about Coach Parcells. He was not afraid to chew out players when the messed up. He would let them know about it. Maybe Wade needs to take some more lessons.

The Cowboys have the tallent, and the fans. They now need to execute each play and make sure every decision is the right 1. They are Americas team. They need to keep proving that for the "nowday" generation