There's no doubt of the strength that the Dallas Cowboys are putting on all over 2022. This is in line with the fact that the team had established it as their slogan throughout the season prior to when they even started it.
However, there's another term they're beginning to understand and an understanding of that could be able to assist them in finishing the Super Bowl drought: consistency
They've been terribly deficient in regards to their inability to stop the run of their opponent however, they've successfully been through two intense halfbacks' tests -that is, i.e.
Dalvin Cook and Saquon Barkley -- in the span of just four days and that gives plenty of optimism about what the defense of Dallas may be able to be.
In other words, plainly, the lessons learned from the heartbreaking defeat to the Green Bay Packers in Week 10 are significant,
especially considering that Aaron Rodgers overcame a 14-point deficit by utilizing Aaron Jones and a rushing attack that gained over 200 yards of ground.
"We've to stay focused regardless of the score," said Vander Esch as the Cowboys are preparing to take on another formidable Halfback Jonathan Taylor when the Indianapolis Colts come to town on the 13th of Week