The Cowboys SHOULD benefit from playing their home opener after their first normal practice schedule of the season. They SHOULD respond to the challenge of being more physical on both sides of the ball, and one would think that they SHOULDN'T underestimate an opponent two weeks in a row.
Logic says that Jason Witten SHOULD return to form, that Dez Bryant's string of sub-100 yard, low impact games SHOULD end soon, and that Joe DeCamillas' special teams SHOULDN'T be as bad as they looked last Sunday against the Seahawks.
And it stands to reason that an experienced coaching staff that has been together for over a year now SHOULD have an advantage over a rookie head coach in his third NFL game.
But if the Cowboys always did what they SHOULD do, and avoided doing what they SHOULDN'T, they'd have a couple more Superbowl victories, and would be 2-0 right now.