The Dallas Cowboys had the New York Jets on the ropes at MetLife Stadium Sunday Night and found a way to blow it. Neither team ran the ball with any success in a game that had each teams' statistics eerily similar to one another.
Tony Romo and Mark Sanchez both had two touchdowns and one interception while Romo threw for just seven more yards than his competitor. Both starting running backs averaged 2.6 yards per carry while the longest carry of the entire game went for a whopping eight yards.
Each team had four sacks defensively and held the opposing quarterback to less than a 10 yard completion average.
Those familiar with Dallas knew that the secondary would struggle and will continue to have issues, especially with Orlando Scandrick's injury.
There is plenty else to react to from Sunday night, but these story lines are the biggest and will carry over into Week 2 at San Francisco.