There is much to talk about following the Dallas Cowboys’ impressive 34-21 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tony Romo got hot and you can argue that he was simply the difference in the game. Roy Williams and the receiving corps answered critics’ questions (for one week at least) that they can make big plays in the passing game. The special teams for once did not cause anyone headaches and there were only a few dumb penalties. However, going into week two the big question is whether the run defense can fix the wounds opened by the Bucs’ duo (Cadillac Williams and Derrick Ward) of running backs.
It is well-documented how well the New York Giants run the football so I won’t bore you with stats to prove this very obvious point. For the Cowboys to open ...
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