As fantastic as Sunday's game was, the good news is that Dallas has yet to really reach it's potential.
I'd say the defense is pretty much there with the back-to-back shutouts. That's due a lot to great special teams play that backed Philly up on every possession. It's also due to great ball possession by the offense. And the defense can bring the pressure without having to blitz, which keeps opposing O-coordinators guessing.
But the offense is still short when it comes to turning yards into points. If 100 yards is worth 7 points, then we should have scored 35 yesterday.
I expect for that to start clicking at some point here in the postseason. It would be really nice that, instead of 24 points being our norm, that something north of 30 points becomes our offensive norm. Because if we get there, no one is going to outscore us the way our D is playing.