With Steele, Collins Healthy, Jerry Jones Reveals Who Starts At Right Tackle

After a lackluster victory over a reeling opponent and a six-game winning streak that has disappeared in the rearview mirror, the Dallas Cowboys need to fix what’s broken. Now.

The Washington Football Team is suddenly breathing down the Cowboys’ in the NFC East heading into Sunday’s showdown in D.C. and the rematch in two weeks in Arlington. Earlier this season they were powered by an offense that threatened to smash franchise records for yards and points. They scored 35+ points in four straight games, but haven’t touched that number since quarterback Dak Prescott missed a game with a strained calf.

Dallas was shut out until garbage time by the Broncos, didn’t find the end zone in Kansas City, lost to the Raiders despite the boost of a 100-yard kickoff return and survived the 5-7 Saints thanks to a defensive touchdown that finally put the game away.

Something is amiss, and it starts with the offensive line.

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