Lawrence explained Tuesday how the Cowboys intend to use physicality to throw the high-powered Saints offense off its game, per The Athletic's Calvin Watkins:
The Cowboys can't afford to let the contest turn into a track meet.
Dallas looked good on Thanksgiving against the Washington Redskins. The offense totaled 404 yards, and Amari Cooper finished with eight receptions for 180 yards and two touchdowns.
But the Cowboys likely won't stand a chance at keeping pace with the Saints if Drew Brees and the New Orleans offense are firing on all cylinders. Lawrence is probably correct in that being aggressive is the best way to combat the Saints.
If Brees, Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas can't find a comfort zone early in the game, then the Cowboys have a good chance of pulling off the upset.