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They sit a half game out of the NFC East but the Dallas Cowboys remain one of the leagues biggest question-marks. The Cowboys have looked good at times and bad at others. Traveling into Baltimore and winning would be a huge step up for this team but is there any chance?In order to win the Cowboys must take advantage of the Ravens sloppy secondary. Dallas has good receivers and if quarterback Tony Romo can get the ball into their hands magic can happen on Sunday.The Ravens are in transition on offense. Stopping Ray Rice is always a target of defenses. However while Rice is still a focal point of the offense but the emergence of Torrey Smith will test the Cowboys corners. Smith is averaging over nineteen yards a catch and the Ravens have balanced his workload with Anquan Boldin, Dennis Pitta and Rice.Jay Ratliff will return and the Cowboys will need him.If they can avoid the same mental blunders that they have fallen victim to the last few season then the Cowboys will have a chance to...
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