Breakdown Of Cowboys Vs. Denver On October 4th, 2009

Tj EptingContributor IOctober 6, 2009

DENVER - OCTOBER 04:  Champ Bailey #24 of the Denver Broncos breaks up a pass intended for Roy Williams #11 of the Dallas Cowboys during NFL action at Invesco Field at Mile High on October 4, 2009 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Cowboys 17-10.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Sunday, October 4th, against the undefeated Denver Broncos, the Dallas Cowboys acquired their 2nd loss of the year to put them at 2-2.

The only thing against the Cowboys in that game "statistically" in that game was the score at the end.

In almost every other aspect of the game the Cowboys did much better.

Dallas had 20 1st downs which is 2 more than the Broncs.

Dallas also had 241 yards of passing where Denver only had 221 yards.

romo did 1 interception which is better than Denver who recorded 0 interceptions.

Romo also fumbled the ball, which resulted in a Denver Touchdown in 1 of the next 2 plays.

I believe the reason they lost was in the passing game, even though Dallas got outran they still had more flaws in the passing game. Their is no doubt that Romo is a good Q.B. but i believe he and his receivers are not on the same page. The person who has the most of the receptions on the team is TE Jason Witten with 23 catches. He is pretty much playing the role of both a Receiver and a Tight End. If the Cowboys did not have Witten where would they stand? Would they be in contention?

Their is no doubt the Cowboys have unbelievable talent, now they need to turn that talent into consistent victory's.

The Cowboys are probably in the single hardest division in the N.F.L with the N.Y Giants, and the Eagles. Then the Redskins who always play the Boys well. If the Cowboys were in any other division there is no doubt that they would have an easier road to the playoffs. The rest of the way to get in the playoffs the Cowboys will need to ATLEAST go 8-4