I won't complain that Ryan needs to improve faster or anticipate better.
If Ryan is able to improve against the Eagles offense like he improved against the Giants offense, the Cowboys might just walk out of Lincoln Financial Field with a win tomorrow -- provided they avoid turnovers.
The defense is the only part of the team that has shown tangible improvement this season. We can point to actual results rather than anecdotal accounts of how the players are acting or what they're saying.
At this point, any kind of improvement, no matter how long it takes, should be welcome.
"Many of the greatest things man has achieved are not the result of consciously directed thought, and still less the product of a deliberately coordinated effort of many individuals, but of a process in which the individual plays a part which he can never fully understand." - Friedrich Hayek