Two wins, three losses... defiantly not the best way to start the 2011 season, especially not in Dallas.
The Cowboys have had some crazy games so far: Romo throws away a win in New York against the Jets, and then Romo is considered a hero against the 49ers leading the Cowboys to victory with a cracked rib and a punctured lung.
Then the Cowboys beat the Redskins, their biggest rival and leader of the NFC East, but then, just as things are looking good, Romo throws away what would have been a dominate victory over the undefeated Detroit Lions.
Finally, last week, Dallas played a close game against the New England Patriots containing the explosive Patriots offense and almost walking away with a win.
The Cowboys have been impressive at times, but also extremely disappointing at times. After the start of the season the Cowboys are on the outside looking in at the Giants and the Redskins controlling the NFC East.
Dallas's chances of making the playoffs at this point are looking grim unless they turn some things around, and turn things around is just what they are going to do heading into the rest of the Season.
Dallas has a decently soft schedule from here on out, soft enough that they can get a bunch of wins and look good well doing it. Dallas has to potential to win their division and make a run for the Super Bowl and in this article we’re going to look at just how Dallas can do that.