Cowboys: Where To Go From Here

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Oct 11, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys injured receiver Dez Bryant before the start of the second half against the New England Patriots at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

What’s next for the Cowboys who need to get back in the win column?

That will be the question moving forward for the Cowboys. It appears that some help is on the way with Dez Bryant possibly returning against the Seahawks. This should open the passing game up and even help the run game as more focus will have to be on Byrant. This could help the Cowboys walk away with an upset win over the Seahawks.

The Cowboys have to win one or two games before Romo returns or they may be out of the hunt for the playoffs before Tony is healthy. As it stands, there isn’t really hope for a wild card birth. If they want to make the playoffs, they have to win the NFC East. If they can stay within striking distance, they can and will walk away with the division. This division isn’t consistent and it will remain open for a while.

The Giants barely beat the the Cowboys with essentially a third string quarterback, the Redskins appear to only have one good game in them a month, and the Eagles are greatly flawed at quarterback, defense, and coach. If the Cowboys can tread water from here to when Romo returns, Romo’s prophetic statement to Tom Brady has a chance of coming true.

It is time for the Cowboys to fix some of the mistakes and get into the win column. In a few more weeks, Romo returns and if they are even close to whoever is in first place in the East, they can make a run.

Now, it is time to focus on the Seattle Seahawks, and getting a win.

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