Take that, Vic Fangio: the Cowboys play their best game of the season after their worst.
ByFunAsia 15 Nov 2021 11:54 PM 119

The Cowboys answered with not only their best work in a 43-3 win. But one of the best all-around efforts in their high-falutin' history a week after their worst game, an effort so hideous that the winning coach took the liberty to parody Dallas lore and suggest a template.

On a day like Sunday, the Cowboys were nearly as perfect. Jerry World's doors were left open. The Cowboys were as flawless as a Sunday. After an incomprehensible 30-16 loss to Denver in which nearly every member of Mike McCarthy's team played a part, they left the doors open at Jerry World.

Jerry Jones couldn't recall a better Cowboys performance, but he didn't want to fall into the trap that explains their six-game winning streak get snapped last week.

He smiled as he continued, "Don't want to go into the cheese." "We've taken a good chunk out of that."

"We don't want anymore," said the group.

The Cowboys aren't as good as they appeared on Sunday, nor are they as dreadful against Denver. Last week was an outlier, according to their 7-2 record. This week, they confirmed that they're getting closer to the record's claims. Or, at the very least, they'd best hope so since things are only going to become harder from here.

The Cowboys will play four of their next five games on the road, with trips in Kansas City and New Orleans thrown in for good measure. Not to mention the fact that there will be three games in the next twelve days. With the NFC's top seed still up for grabs, the Cowboys needed to address any questions about who they are, if not to fans and critics, then at the very least to themselves, on Sunday.

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