After suffering the worst defeat in almost four years, we’ll break down why the Dallas Cowboys looked so bad in Week 2 and how to fix it for next week.
Some exercises are futile.
Trying to find positives in a Week 2 demolishing is certainly one of them.
The Dallas Cowboys made a trip to Denver this weekend.
At least, that’s what the flight records will show. Apparently, the Cowboys forgot to actually show up for the reason of the trip.
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Somehow, in losing 42-17, the game did not feel as close as the 25-point trouncing suggests. It felt more like 77-0.
The Denver Broncos had their way with the Cowboys, doing basically whatever they wanted offensively while shutting down a normally potent offense.
It would be nice to point to just one aspect of this drubbing as the cause for the loss. That would make it seem less painful. It would give the Dallas Cowboys and their fans something to easily correct and move on from.
Unfortunately, there were many factors in the humiliating loss. With that being said, let’s get right into some of the biggest takeaways from a Dallas Cowboys week two loss.