Tony Romo will get to weigh in on state of Dallas Cowboys in Week 6
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The Dallas Cowboys have lost two games in a row after a torrid start to the 2019 campaign, and their fanbase is awash in theories as to what exactly has gone wrong. Quarterback Dak Prescott threw three interceptions in Sunday’s 34-24 loss, but he was hardly the only issue. The defense was horrid, allowing the first opposing running back in team history to rush for four touchdowns. Some kid named Aaron Jones did that, taunting Byron Jones along the way.
The defensive front was bad, the linebackers looked lost and unable to tackle while the offensive line continued to take hits and come up lame, opening up the alleys to pressure Prescott into mistake. The wideouts dropped passes and the coaching staff made questionable end-of-half decisions. Put it all together and the euphoria from the first three wins of the year feel like an entirely different season. Dallas will try to get it right on the road when they travel to take on the winless New York Jets in Week 6. There to greet them will be their former quarterback turned CBS color analyst, Tony Romo.