It ain't enough to win Sunday. Dallas and Cleveland are essentially mirror franchise images of each other. Cleveland was one of the most dominant teams in the NFL for years....during the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations. Just like Dallas was a premier franchise....before the internet, the common cell phone, and the Playstation 2 were in use. They'd better not mirror each other on Sunday here at Cowboys Stadium. A 16-9 squeaker with Weeden throwing for the end zone in the waning seconds won't speak well of the Cowboys chances the rest of the way. You have to look the other way at ugly road wins, because you should just count those and move on, but home games against bad teams need to be won handily. Likewise, I'm not saying it has to be 35-10 either. That's not the NFL most Sundays regardless who is playing. A nice 27-13 type of game where it's well in hand most of the way will be a signal that this team is ready to vie for the division title, which by the way is the ONLY way a team from the NFC East will be playing postseason football. If a corner is to be turned, two wins by next Friday are mandatory. But it's also important that Dallas shows - especially itself - that it is not in the class of the Browns and Redskins in the process. This is a "must win convincingly" game.