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It’s no secret that the Dallas Cowboys’ passing game has been a bit off the past four games. In fact, we’re being a little too nice here. The passing game has been awful. Even in a win against the Washington Redskins, Dallas only had 102 yards in the air. Even though there were two passing touchdowns, those were set up by the run game.
On top of that, Dallas is ranked 29th in passing yards per game with 189.9. Only the Bills, the Ravens, and the Bears are worse.
To be fair, Dallas hasn’t had a passing offense above 16th in passing yards per game since 2013. In 2012 and 2011, they were in the top 10, but they were also 8-8. A second-ranked rushing attack has given Dallas a 12-4 and 13-3 record. Last year, Dallas was 23rd in passing yards per game, and they were a great team.
So why are we nitpicking?
Continue reading to see the biggest problems with the passing offense…