For the first time since 2014, the Cleveland Browns have a winning record.
On Sunday, they’ll face off against a team more than capable of bringing them back down to an even record.
The Dallas Cowboys have produced mixed results to start off the season, boasting an impressive comeback win against the Atlanta Falcons but losing by one score each to the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks.
If there’s one thing to expect when these two teams clash on the field of AT&T Stadium, it’s offense. Both teams have been putting up points of late with Dallas scoring 71 points across its last two games and Cleveland scoring 69.
For the Browns, it’s been a combination of improved play from Baker Mayfield and the two-headed rushing attack of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. Since the team’s Week 1 loss to the Ravens, Mayfield has thrown four touchdowns and just one interception. Chubb and Hunt each already have 200 rushing yards this season, with Chubb having recorded 292 yards and four touchdowns and Hunt having 204 yards and a touchdown.
The Cowboys too have come out this season with a balanced attack on offense. Dak Prescott has continued to prove himself as one of the league’s most dangerous quarterbacks with 1,188 passing yards, five touchdowns and only two picks, while also rushing for 74 yards and three more scores. He’s been able to hand the ball off to star running back Ezekiel Elliott, who has scored three times on the ground as well with 219 yards.