Not just Troy, but everyone on Fox discussing Dallas before the Philadelphia game seemed to be under the delusion that the Cowboys have been a great offensive team and seem stunned when the Cowboys offense did not just drive up and down the field scoring points. The problem appeared to be that they didn't research why Dallas is third in the league in scoring, instead just looking at the scoring numbers that have been inflated by TD returns by the defense and turnovers made by the defense deep into the opponent's territory. Despite better play by its offensive line, Dallas has not had nearly as prolific an offense as it should have, which has been a disappointment to me. Only the St. Louis and Denver games featured dominant performances by the offense. To be the team we want ours to be, it needs to consistently score more than 20 points per game on its own drives (without the defense's help) and, again, there haven't been many games where we've done that. Against New York, the defense scored two touchdowns and gave Dallas a short field for a field goal in a 36-31 victory. On its own the offense drove for two touchdowns and two field goals on 10 possessions. Against Kansas City, the offense drove for a touchdown and three field goals. Against San Diego, the offense scored two touchdowns in 10 possessions while the defense scored one. Against Washington, the offense drove for 10 points. Dallas scored on Harris' punt return, after his long kickoff return and after Wilber's sack, strip and recovery at the Washington 3. I'm proud that we're getting such contributions from the defense and special teams, but the offense simply hasn't been consistent moving up and down the field, and you would think the announcers covering the team Sunday would have known that.