The Dallas Cowboys enter the 2014-15 NFL regular season with plenty of question marks on the defensive side of the ball.
There is no denying the level of talent that the Cowboys have on their offensive depth chart, but it is unlikely that they will be able to score enough points to make up for one of the worst NFL defenses in recent memory.
Dallas’ defense will be a problem and could lead to the team struggling to reach even the level of mediocrity that they have become familiar with at 8-8, and owner/general manager Jerry Jones that his team has a tough battle ahead this season.
“You know that we have an uphill battle this year,” Jones said, via Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com. “And we do have an uphill battle. But most of you had an uphill battle when you came to camp. Most of you did. And some of you have absolutely rose to the occasion.”
Jones is usually the one driving the Cowboys bandwagon heading into a season, so there could be some cause for concern if the team’s biggest cheerleader isn’t even comfortable enough to predict a playoff push.