Why is the Dallas Cowboys starting to feel better?

Posted by foxsports.com on March 22, 2018 01:09:33The Cowboys are now 4-1 since Week 1.

Their longest winning streak since 2013 was 11 games, the longest since the 2002 season.

But there are still some questions that need answering.

Here’s what we know about the Cowboys:The team has lost two straight games.

The first came on Sunday against the Houston Texans.

They also had a loss to the Buffalo Bills on Thanksgiving Day.

The Cowboys have lost nine straight games at home.

The only time they won at home this season was a 27-27 overtime victory against the New York Giants in Week 4.

The Cowboys have been struggling to win games on the road.

They’ve gone 3-3 on the trip, but they’ve lost three of their last four at home, including a 17-17 overtime loss to Arizona.

The lone win came in Week 6.

The team is allowing an average of 23.5 points per game on the season.

The offense is starting to look a lot better.

The average points per play for the offense is down to 31.3.

The defense has also been a bit of a strength, allowing just 17.6 points per contest.

But the defense is giving up more points per possession (16.4).

The defense is a bit better than the offense on special teams.

They’re averaging 2.8 field goals per game.

The offense is giving the opposing team a lot of yards on the ground.

But the offense hasn’t been very good this season.

They have averaged just 21.6 yards per punt return, while they’ve only averaged 1.4 yards per kick return.

The defense isn’t quite as good as the offense, but it has a lot going for it.

They are allowing just 4.6 fantasy points per drive, but the Cowboys have given up just two touchdowns in those four games.