Last season, all the talk was about how the Cowboys Offense was outshining the Defense. That if the Defense had played better, they would've beat the Giants in the final game of the season, and gone to the playoffs.
It's all talk from the past, and now seems kind of ironic.
The Cowboy defense, for the most part, is playing spectacularly well. Besides the Offensive turnover against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the 'shouldn't even count' last minute field goal, the Defense had themselves a shut out. Time and time again, the Defense helped keep the Offense on the winning side of the scoreboard Sunday afternoon.
So how does the Offense get better? First things start with the Offensive Line. They can not allow that many sacks to Tony Romo. You start there, things come into place. More time for the Quarterback int he pocket gives him more time for reads, better passes... the list goes on.
Monday night, when the Dallas Cowboys take the field against the Chicago Bears, the Offense better match the Defense, or it won't be a win, or easy win, for Dallas.