Expect lots of offense.
Both teams are pretty good on offense. The Rams are ranked 4th in passing offense and 11th in total offense. The Cowboys are ranked 10th in total offense. The Rams defense has given up an average of 27.5 points per game and haven’t looked dominate. The Cowboys defense have given up over 350 yards per game so I don’t expect a defensive struggle in this matchup.
Who to watch:
The last time the Rams played at Cowboys, err I mean AT&T Stadium, Demarco Murray went off. He was unstoppable on his way to the Cowboys single game rushing record. The Dallas Cowboys haven’t been running the ball at all in the first two games. The Cowboys only gain 37 yards on the ground in Kansas City on Sunday. I do expect the Cowboys to try and establish a running game. Will they succeed? I don’t know but if the Rams want to win in Dallas, they need to limit the running game and get pressure on Tony Romo.
If you’re looking to make the trip down to Dallas, Rams tickets are available for up to 50% off for this week’s game. The trip might cost you a little money, but tickets are looking relatively cheap!