By Steven Mullenax
The Dallas Cowboys will welcome the Jacksonville Jaguars to Arlington in Week Six, who are coming off just the second loss of their young season.
Coming off a loss to the Houston Texans last Sunday night, the Dallas Cowboys return to Arlington in Week Six to face off against the 3-2 Jacksonville Jaguars. The Cowboys have a record of 2-3, having lost two of their last three games.
Making headlines in the Metroplex is the Cowboys’ poor passing offense. The blame game is fast and furious surrounding the divisive topic, with Dallas’ wide receivers, offensive line, quarterback, coaching staff and front office all receiving their share of the blame. The Cowboys currently rank 29th in passing offense, averaging a paltry 179 yards through the air per contest.
Despite the Cowboys’ aerial woes, Dallas’ rushing attack is among the league’s best behind running back Ezekiel Elliott. The third-year back leads the NFL in rushing yardage with 480 yards on the ground. Combined with a top-ten ranked defense, the Cowboys are hoping to climb to 3-3 this Sunday.
The Jaguars actually possess the third best defense in the league. But fortunately for Dallas, Jacksonville ranks an average 14th against the rush. That’s something the run-heavy Cowboys will certainly try to take advantage...