Tony Romo, with his jagged peaks and valleys, will always be a centerpiece of Dallas Cowboys conversations. And DeMarco Murray has been so hot lately he could bring any water cooler to a boil.
But the biggest surprise of the NFL’s shocker team this season isn’t the quarterback or running back. It’s what’s happening on the other side of the ball.
Amazingly, almost inexplicably, Dallas has a defense.
That’s the rub-your-eyes takeaway in the wake of the Cowboys’ 30-23 victory at Seattle, just the second home defeat for the Seahawks in the Russell Wilson era. The Cowboys have won five in a