Cowboys need to get back to passing the ball


"What has to change in 2016 for the Cowboys to regain a top offensive form is the passing game. A healthy Tony Romo helps. A healthy Dez Bryant helps. A more expansive passing attack will help. The Cowboys could run the ball fine in 2015. They couldn't score any points. They went four games without an offensive touchdown. They went four more games with just one offensive touchdown. What made the Cowboys so good in 2014 wasn't just DeMarco Murray's 1,845 yards on the ground. It was Romo making the crucial plays at the critical moments on third down and the red zone. Over and over, Romo delivered at the key moments and he had his best season with 34 touchdown passes and nine interceptions while leading the NFL in completion percentage." --- [ESPN]