The Dallas Cowboys offense was red hot through the first three games of the season. They scored over thirty points, but last Sunday against the Drew Bree-less New Orleans Saints, the Cowboys struggled to put ten points on the board.

Fumbles from Jason Witten and Ezekiel Elliott derailed any rhythm Dallas had in the first half. Elliott struggled the whole game, averaging less than two yards per attempt.

“We know the potential of this team, we know how good we can be and we can’t focus necessarily on what the record is. You take the good, you take the bad, you live and learn from it and you get better because of it.”

-Dak Prescott Via USA Today

Dallas has a home game against the Green Bay Packers, who are also coming off their first loss of the year. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers didn't struggle as much offensively, putting up nearly five hundred yards of offense but still coming up short.

This will be the toughest test for America's team so far. You can catch the game on Fox at 3:25 pm this Sunday.

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