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Cowboys news: Dallas offense is slowly coming together, could be the key this year

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With pieces falling together slowly, Cowboys find a different dynamic to follow on offense - David Moore, The Dallas Morning News

Could this offense be the key ingredient to a deep playoff run?

One of the team’s top receivers was traded eight months ago and another was injured to start the season.

The Pro Bowl left tackle went down before the opener, the quarterback went down on opening night and the running back missed the first games of his career due to injury.

Circumstances didn’t align for the Cowboys to get off to a fast offensive start. But as key players have returned, as Dak Prescott prepares for his fifth consecutive start since returning from a fractured thumb, this group is making significant strides.

Dallas is averaging 35.2 points, 412.7 yards and has converted 55.7% of its third down opportunities in the four games heading into the Thanksgiving Day matchup with the New York Giants.

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