The game will feature two teams that have a lot to prove this season.
The Cowboys will have to prove that their current team is competent under new head coach Jason Garrett, while Tony Romo will have to prove that he's still a great quarterback after coming off a shoulder injury last year.
Romo will have a hell of a time doing so against the Jets' vaunted secondary headed by Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie.
The New York Jets will have to make a step forward this year after two surprising AFC title game appearances. Mark Sanchez will have his performance scrutinized from every angle this season, and it's no different in this game against the Cowboys' secondary.
The Cowboys will have their biggest challenge on offense, where they'll have to move the chains on one of the stingiest defenses in the league. Dallas will rely heavily on Romo's ability to get first downs and check-down when necessary, but can he be accurate enough to get by the Jets' corners?
The Jets will find their toughest challenge when they have the ball. DeMarcus Ware is easily the defense's best player, and the Cowboys' linebacking corps is solid. If they can get to Sanchez consistently, they could remind Jets fans that Sanchez doesn't do well under pressure.
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