Sep 8, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara (20) reacts after being hit by free safety Ryan Mundy (21) after tackling Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams (83) during the second quarter at AT

More Concerning: Cowboys Lack Of Offense Or Defensive Woes

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The Dallas Cowboys chopped down the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium on Sunday. But if you listen to most post-game media reports after the game, you’d think the Giants won. Despite their victory, the Cowboys are still getting heavily criticized in the media for their play, and/or lack thereof.

The argument is two fold. One, the Cowboys offense was unable to fully capitalize on their first three turnovers of the game as they resulted in all of three points. They also continued to have problems in the red zone and with penalties.

Two, the Dallas defense was torched for 450 passing yards by Giants quarterback Eli Manning. Although, they had six turnovers in the game, the defense also had moments of miscommunication and confusion. These things you’d expect from a group of players still adjusting to a new 4-3, cover 2 scheme installed just this off-season by defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin.

So here’s today’s poll question:

More Concerning: Cowboys Lack Of Offense Or Defensive Woes

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Why do we do polls? Here at The Landry Hat, we care about what our readers think. Our entire site is dedicated to you, the die-hard Dallas Cowboy fans. And there is no better way to gauge your opinions then through our poll questions and your added comments. We often use interactive articles like this to help us develop future stories, make better informed opinions, and as talking points during The Landry Hat Podcast.

So please submit your choice above, leave your thoughts in the comments section, and come back to our site to check-in and see what the bulk of Cowboy fans feel is ultimately the right answer.

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