Cowboys-Browns at a glance 3:15 p.m. Sunday at Texas Stadium By TODD ARCHER and JEAN-JACQUES TAYLOR / The Dallas Morning News Line: Cowboys by 4 TV/Radio: Ch. 11; KLUV-FM (98.7), KFLC-AM (1270, in Spanish) Behind the number 25 percent: The Cowboys scored only one touchdown in four trips inside Minnesota's 20-yard line Sunday. That's not nearly enough production to beat a high-powered team such as Minnesota. A look at those four red-zone possessions: Start Plays Result Minn. 8 4 Field goal Minn. 11 4 Aborted FG attempt Minn. 18 3 Touchdown Minn. 19 1 Lost fumble Why the Cowboys will win The home-field advantage: They were 6-2 at Texas Stadium last season, and when they needed to right the ship, they were able to do so with home victories. They need the same help Sunday. The Browns held Baltimore to three points, but the Cowboys have a more explosive offense than the Ravens. Vinny Testaverde should not be asked to repeat his 355-yard effort, but he could exploit the Browns' secondary. Why they will lose The Browns shut down Baltimore, which some pegged as the team to beat in the AFC. Dave Campo might have something to prove against his former employer and will have his defense ready to play for a second consecutive week. Quarterback Jeff Garcia can make enough plays to hurt the Cowboys, especially if the defense is as bad as it was against Minnesota. LAST MEETING Browns 19, Cowboys 14 (Dec. 10, 1994 at Texas Stadium) This is the first time the Cowboys play the Browns since they came back to the NFL in 1999. The last meeting wasn't so nice for the Cowboys. Bill Belichick's defense sacked Troy Aikman once, intercepted him twice and recovered two fumbles to end the Cowboys' four-game winning streak. Vinny Testaverde completed 15 of 25 passes for 112 yards with one touchdown and one interception, but the main offensive threat for the Browns that day was kicker Matt Stover. He kicked field goals of 34, 32, 43 and 32 yards. Emmitt Smith scored twice for the Cowboys – a 7-yard pass from Aikman and a 4-yard run – but Cleveland held the ball for 32:36, keeping Dallas' offense off the field most of the day.