The Cowboys are second in passing offense and despite all the talk about finding an identity with the running game, it makes sense that Tony Romo (656 yards in two losses) comes out throwing against a young Houston secondary, one that allowed 426 yards to Donovan McNabb last Sunday. However, the Texans do have a decent pass rush with Mario Williams already posting four sacks. The Texans love to rotate their defensive linemen, but Dallas LT Doug Free has played well thus far and should be able to neutralize Williams. So far, the Dallas offensive linemen have been unable to keep opposing linebackers off of their running backs and they figure to struggle against DeMeco Ryans. This is why offensive coordinator Jason Garrett has called 99 pass plays to only 42 runs thus far.
The Cowboys are second in passing offense and despite a...
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