The Dallas Cowboys are 1-2 following a Week 3 loss in Seattle but there are takeaways both positive and negative ahead of a Week 4 showdown with Cleveland.
DALLAS — The Dallas Cowboys lost another close game in which they didn’t play particularly well. That’s been a recurring theme for the team thus far on the season, with two losses in the final minutes and the lone victory coming on a field goal as time expired following an unlikely onside kick recovery.
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Overall, Dallas hasn’t performed consistently enough for 60 minutes to win games. While they could conceivably be 3-0 this season with a few more fortuitous bounces, they’re even luckier that they haven’t started their 2020 campaign 0-3.
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Issues that plague the Cowboys