For Cowboys, it all started horribly and continues. And, indeed, every week it only gets worse. First, the main quarterback Duck Prescott was injured, leaving before the end of the championship, and then his replacement Andy Dalton was eliminated. There is no one to play in the attack, the defense does not work, there are no prospects – that’s the whole result of the first half of the season for the Texans. Dallas suffered their 5th defeat of the season last week, beating Washington at 3:25. What can you say here? All the problems of “Cowboys” once again got out. Dallas’s current balance is 2-5.
Despite the best start for the first time in a hundred thousand years, Pittsburgh, unlike Cowboys, did not create any groundwork in their division against competitors. At AFS North, the Steelers are 5-0, Baltimore is 5-1 and even Cleveland, who was beaten by Pittsburgh last week, are 4-2 and have a good chance of getting into a fight. Mike Tomlin’s team will definitely not just end up in first place. Of course, the success of the Steelers at the start is largely due to the return to service of the experienced Ben Rotlisberger. It was because of the absence of their main quarterback that Pittsburgh fell apart last season. Ben has an excellent 11 touchdowns and just 1 interception in 5 games. Overall, the Steelers’ offense is nowhere near the top of the NFL, but at key moments Ben does decide. An indicative moment is the conversion of the fourth downs. At the moment – 6 out of 7. The third – a good 48%.