Dallas Cowboys: 3 biggest takeaways from dominant victory over Falcons

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Dallas Cowboys: 2. There is no secret formula to stop this offense

After losing to the Broncos last week, some people questioned whether or not the Cowboys were exposed. Saying things like the Broncos found the formula to stopping Dallas’ potent offense.

It is quite clear none of that is true and the Denver game was simply an anomaly. The Cowboys returned to form against Atlanta scoring 36 points on offense and looking completely unstoppable throughout the game.

Dak Prescott threw for 296 yards and two touchdowns with a quarterback rating of 93.4. He also added a rushing touchdown. CeeDee Lamb was the go-to receiver in this game recording 6 catches for 94 yards and two touchdowns.

The Cowboys have scored at least 36 points in 4 of their 5 home games and they still continue to sport the number one ranked offense in the NFL. Leading the league in points per game with 31.6 and yards per game with 433.9.

The only team or scheme that can stop this Dallas offense is themselves. If they continue to play as they did against Atlanta this team has a chance to play into late January and early February.