Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 10/13/12
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The AFC North leading Baltimore Ravens play host this Sunday to the Dallas Cowboys in a week six inter-conference battle at M&T Bank Stadium. Dallas is coming off their bye week, while Baltimore is coming off of a 9-6 victory on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs.

One of the big questions going into the game tomorrow is what Dallas Cowboys team will show up? They are currently sitting at 2-2 on the season and have seen quarterback Tony Romo lead them to an opening night victory over the defending Super Bowl Champion New York Giants throwing for 307 yards with three touchdowns and one interception, but have also seen Romo throw five interceptions in their last game before the bye week against the Chicago Bears in their 34-18 loss. Inconsistency has been the theme for the Dallas Cowboys this season, so the question remains, which Cowboys team will show up tomorrow?

The Ravens defense will have to apply pressure on Romo to help influence some interceptions, but must also keep an eye out for Cowboys running back Demarco Murray. Murray has gone stagnant since his the opening night game against the Giants when he rushed for 131 yards on 20 carries, but has not rushed for more than 50 yards in a game since and is poised to break out of that slump, but Ray Lewis and company will look to ensure that does not happen this week.

Baltimore's offense will look to rebound after last week that saw them only muster three field goals and zero touchdowns. Quarterback Joe Flacco is coming off of his worst performance of the season last week as he threw for 187 yards with no touchdowns and one interception, and will need to be at the top of his game against the NFL's best pass defense in the Dallas Cowboys. No question that Dallas will look to put lots of pressure on Flacco and force the offensive line to beat them. Running back Ray Rice will need to be effective in order to help keep Dallas from bringing the house often against Flacco.

The Ravens haven't lost to an NFC team at home in almost four years and they will look to keep that streak intact tomorrow afternoon. The Cowboys are a much more talented team than their 2-2 record would indicate, but if the Ravens defense can keep Tony Romo flustered, it could be another long day for number 9.

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