Led by Tony Romo, the Cowboys are a solid team with dangerous potential, but they're far from a dominant team.
Still, the Rams shouldn't get their hopes up. However erratic and inconsistent the Cowboys can be, without Sam Bradford, the bottom line is that the Rams will struggle to move the ball as they rely almost exclusively on their bruising back, Steven Jackson.
Here are four reasons why the 'Boys will spiral the Rams further into the loss column as they will ultimately fall to 0-6.
AJ Feeley has been around the block a time or two.
He's a veteran backup quarterback who is great at being a backup.
There is a reason that he's never been a starter, though, and that's because he just doesn't have the great quarterback skills necessary to be a starter in this league. He doesn't do well under pressure, he doesn't have a rocket arm and he can't move outside the pocket well.
With that in mind, the Cowboys will blitz Feeley left and right as DeMarcus Ware will be coming full speed at the offensive line. They'll force him into making bad throws as he routinely finds his face in the turf.
The St. Louis Rams aren't feeling too hot right now.
They're 0-5 and their second year franchise quarterback, who has been struggling, is out as they travel into Dallas, one of the hardest places in the league to play.
Moreover, Steven Jackson hasn't been the same dominant force he's been throughout his tenure in St. Louis, and their defense can't seem to stop anyone.
It's a bad situation for St. Louis and things don't seem to be getting better this week.
To add to the long list of issues the Rams have, they don't have a player that can truly make a big play. They don't have someone that they can take chances with, especially with Feeley under center.
The Cowboys will be able to play conservative in the secondary as they blitz Feeley and force him take shots down the fields that won't be there thanks to the lack of a big playmaker in the Rams' receiving core.
The bottom line to this whole game is that the Cowboys are just the better team.
No matter how much Tony Romo struggles in the clutch, and even though Felix Jones will be out, the Cowboys, make no doubt about it, will win this game.
Romo's crunch time issues won't be a factor as the Cowboys will run away with the game early, with Dez Bryant sparking the offense with some big plays and Romo playing well the entire game with little to no mistakes.