The Cowboys have a tremendous attack this season and balance is one reason why.
When I broke this team down in the film room, I was amazed at how potent they are at every dimension of the offense. The passing game attacks from sideline to sideline, vertically and with screens. On top of that, opposing defenses can't pick out who is going to get the ball because Tony Romo's pass distribution has been so even this season.
When I look at Romo I see a quarterback very similar to Brett Favre. They are both willing to throw the ball at any point -- from any arm angle -- at any time and are gunslingers in the truest sense of the word. Both have good mobility and can move out of the pocket very well, but both are always focused downfield and hitting a receiver. Neither looks pretty all the time, but they both have great results and get the job done.
The Cowboys can run the ball inside or outside with Marion Barber III and Julius Jones with no problem. They will be a major matchup problem for the injury-decimated Buffalo Bills defense on "Monday Night Football" (ESPN, 8:30 p.m. ET).