I know your strategy changes based on your own team's strengths, but assuming you have some decent talent mixed in everywhere, how would you game plan to beat the Cowboys weaknesses starting week one? I tell you what I would do.... On offense against the Cowboys, I'd run the fricking ball! Let Nors brag all he wants about the different looks his linebackers are giving a QB. Who cares? Hand that ball off and ram it down their throats. Specifically, I would be running behind the tackles. With the smaller Greg Ellis and rookie Marcus Spears the probable starters, Ferguson is really the only one who scares me. I don't see many problems with the linebackers unless some of these young guys shock the league in their rookie year. Ware is basically an undersized pass rushing defensive end, all you have to do is run in his direction, treat him like Simeon Rice when he was young. I'd shellshock the new Cowboys 3-4 into submission and force them to play against the run and then open up some passes. I think the secondary is a strength of the Cowboys this year because of the Glenn and Henry signings, what looks to be an improved injury free year for Newman, and of course, the ever intimidating Roy Williams, mixed in with someone who you can't help but feel will do better than Tony Dixon. Why take chances against that secondary and some guesswork against the 3-4, when you can just be conservative and probably win the game? On defense against the Cowboys, the story changes. Highly unpredictable unit there. Is Julius Jones going to continue to run over teams this year? Will Drew Bledsoe be the Bledsoe of old? Who the hell is going to matchup with Jason Witten? With Larry Allen ready to kick some arse and Marco Rivera on his side with some promsing young depth, can I stop that oline? I think our offense is going to give opponents more sleepless nights than the defense. (After all these years of offensive blundering, it feels wierd reading that, doesn't it? : ) I think I'd probably start out aggressive putting more men in the box and challenging them to beat me with the pass in the hopes that the offensive line hasn't improved and that Drew Bledsoe is still a little shaky in the pocket late in his career. Let's see the slower Keyshawn beat his man, and Terry Glenn come back from injury. It would also help stop Julius from getting any momentum because I think goal one if I was a defensive coordinator would be to stop JuJo from getting his 100 yards. I'd probably blitz a little more where that right tackle is if the Cowboys haven't fixed it. What would you do to beat our team?