Double T 97-3 Answers 9-11

Double T 97-3 Answers 9-11

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This week was answer "Between the Dallas Cowboys and the Houston Texans, which team has more questions about their season?"

Jamie Lent - The Morning Drive and Press Box

I think it has to be the Cowboys. With the way the Dallas offense struggled this week, I think many Cowboys fans are worried about they can get better. I'm guessing that other defenses will key on Elliot just as the Panthers did and force Dak and the group of receivers to beat them. They weren't able to get it done against Carolina and I'm afraid we will see more of the same as the season goes along.

Zach Logsdon - the Morning Drive and End of the Bench

I think it's pretty clearly the Cowboys. We knew Houston's offensive line was going to struggle/be terrible. But if Dallas can't block and they don't have anyone other than Zeke who's even remotely explosive, how is this team going to score? Is the defense good enough for them to win games by scoring 17 points? At the very least Houston will be able to win shootouts. Dallas doesn't have that luxury. 

Jonathan Sokoloff - End of the Bench and Fox34 Sports

The Cowboys have so many questions on offense. If you can't score, you aren't going to win football games. Plain and simple. The Texans have a solid QB, great skill players, and have a top 10 defense each year. Their only question mark is the O-line, but when Watson can extend plays like he does then it's not as big of an issue. The Cowboys need to fix their offensive issues, and are not by any means a playoff team at this point. 

Jeff McGuire - End of the Bench and Bottom Line

To be fair, I spent more time watching the bad Cowboys offense then the Texans' bad o-line.  That being said, the preseason first team reps for Dallas gave me the idea that they could still do what they do in the regular season.  Week 1 vs the panthers showed me that was not the case.  The receivers looked slow.  The line looked weak most of the time.  Dak was not what the team needed.  While both teams come into the season with expectations and hope, Dallas by far to me fell the flattest in week 1.  

Chois Woodman - The Bottom Line

I’m going to give the cop-out answer and say both are still equal when questioning their teams coming into the season. I predicted prior to the season that both teams would be around a 9-7 or 10-6 teams. Houston and Dallas were sloppy offensively and have to figure things out on that front if they want to compete.

Rob Verby - The Press Box and Fox34 Sports

No doubt the Dallas Cowboys.  They looked horrible on offense, need to find their identity on that side of the ball.  The O-line is a concern along with Dak and the receiving corps.  They made the Panthers D look like the 85 Bears.

Zack Sparkman - The Press Box and Tech Talk

Dallas, while Houston's O-line play was very concerning considering their franchise QB is coming off an ACL injury they seemed to settle down or figure some things out on offense and defense late. Dallas meanwhile, seems to be showing flashes of what Tech did last year in fielding your best defense in years, but unable to take advantage due to offensive struggles, as the O-line struggled greatly without Frederick, Dak missed open receivers all around it was a mess.

Cassie Carlson - Fox34 Sports

I have more questions about the Cowboys, because of their lack of production on offense- they just looked flat. With Ezekiel Elliot as the only running back with any real production, that can’t last the whole season because teams will shut him down. Somehow you have to find a way to put up more than   8 points if you’re going to win games. 

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