The Dallas Cowboys look to claim their first winning record since Week 3 by beating the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. What would make this win more significant than their win against the Redskins is that beating the Bills would put the 4-4 Cowboys in the middle of the Wild Card race.
Against the Seattle Seahawks, the Cowboys climbed back to .500 with a very nice, comfortable win. Tony Romo avoided throwing an interception. DeMarco Murray ran for 139 yards, continuing his spectacular tear.
Hopefully, the Cowboys can avoid sliding to a losing record again.
Meanwhile, the 5-3 Bills are sliding. They have lost two of their last three games. Against the New York Jets on Sunday, the Bills failed to score 20 points for the first time this season. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two interceptions.
The Cowboys could push the Bills farther on their slide with a victory on Sunday.
In order to do that, the Cowboys must answer a few questions.