Here are 3 ways the Cowboys can get back on track against Tampa Bay:
1)Dallas has to avoid mistakes. That seems a little elementary at first, but look at that loss to the Seattle, and you see a fumbled kickoff, a blocked punt for a touchdown, and 1 interception. That has to stop to win games in the NFL.
2)The Cowboys have to pass the ball. Tampa Bay is last in the league against the pass on defense. Eli Manning exposed that on Sunday with 510 yards and 3 touchdown passes. Tony Romo has to find his receivers early to keep the Bucs defensive backs thinking they can't get the job done.
3)The Cowboys defensive front 7 has to step up. Those guys have to find a way to pressure Josh Freeman when he throws the ball. Seattle's Russell Wilson had all day to throw the ball, and he picked the Cowboys apart in the 2nd half. That same front 7 must stop the Bucs running game to put Freeman in obvious passing situations.
Dallas and Tampa Bay meet in Arlington on Sunday at noon at Cowboys Stadium.