Cowboys: Where To Go During The Bye Week

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Oct 11, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) passes against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Patriots won 30-6. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

Heading into the much needed bye week the Dallas Cowboys must decide where they need to go until Tony Romo returns from injury.

After a loss to the New England Patriots, and not just a loss, but a dismantling, the Dallas Cowboys face a three game losing streak and need to regroup. There were some ups and downs throughout the game, and during the bye-week the Cowboys must decide not only on what quarterback to use, but how to run the offense as a whole.

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Without Tony Romo it has been apparent that the Cowboys have very little in the way of a backup in Brandon Weeden. Over the last few weeks, while many have defended him, this game showed what many others have been saying about Weeden and his lack of ability to run the offense.

There were positives on both sides of the ball. With a game against the New York Giants after the bye-week, the Cowboys must focus on a few things to win the matchup and stay in the hunt for the NFC East title. Since this was a loss, we will cover the three downs first, followed by the three ups.

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