Cowboys look to get over a .500 record

The Cowboys will take their 2-2 record to Baltimore on Sunday as they try and get above .500 on the year. They have been up and down with their play all season since their week one victory over the defending champion Giants. Sunday’s game will be quite the challenge at M&T Bank Stadium. There, the Ravens will be fighting to stay ahead in their AFC North division that they lead with a 4-1 record. The game is set to start at 1 p.m.

The Cowboys come into the game after their bye week last week, so they should be pretty well rested and healthy. Their last game in week 4 was a 34-18 loss at home against the Bears. This game will be even more difficult then that was as they are now on the road and facing an opponent that is just as strong, if not stronger, then Chicago. A loss could certainly get even more people talking and questioning Romo and the offense and Rob Ryan’s less-than-effective defense. The only way to avoid this is with a win.


The Ravens come into the game looking to solidify their position as one of the best teams in the NFL. Last week, however, they looked like anything but that as they barely squeaked by the Kansas City Chiefs in KC. They won just 9-6 last Sunday there and struggled overall offensively. It was especially surprising as the Chiefs won just one game to that point last week and have been one of the NFL’s worst. Sunday we will see what direction both of these teams are headed in.


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