FRISCO – If things were like the Dallas Cowboys, then they would not have chosen their rest week after five games. Its ideal moment was towards the middle of the campaign to heal the sore bones.
As it turned out, maybe the rest could not arrive at the moment.
It gave them the opportunity to shake the ideas after a disconcerting start.
When they left AT & T Stadium on October 8, Aaron Rodgers had just stolen the victory for the second time in 10 months by throwing a pass to Davante Adams with 11 seconds left. The 35-31 loss to the Green Bay Packers meant their second consecutive home slip despite scoring 30 points.
According to Elias, the other team that had gone through a similar situation were the Detroit Lions of 2012.

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