Cowboys coach Jason Garrett wants his teams' commitment to running the ball more to start showing up in games.
Two games into the season, the Cowboys have thrown 91 passes and just 39 runs. The ratio was especially broad in Sunday's 17-16 loss to the Chiefs when Dallas attempted 42 passes for just 16 rushes.
Starting running back DeMarco Murray got just 12 carries on Sunday.
"We simply have to re-commit to running the football and make sure we practice it and make sure we take it to the game," Garrett said during his Monday news conference.
"We've been played our best offensive football around here when he (Murray) has been a big part of what we're doing. So we've just got to get it going."
Of course, it's easy to stop doing something that isn't working. The Cowboys managed just 2.3 yards per rush against the Chiefs.
"You have to be committed to doing it, but you also have to have some success doing it," Garrett said. "It's our job as coaches to find things that are good. It's...