What does Baltimore, Minnesota, San Francisco, Seattle, Buffalo, and Houston have in common? Other than being playoff-bound football teams? They're all running the football often and effectively this year. They lead the league in rushing. Running the football has been key for many of the top teams in the NFL. Yet, Dallas has taken it's foot off the gas and become much more pass-happy. I guess, because they were told in the offseason that this is a passing league. Dallas is constantly reacting to what outsiders say they should do. Sure, the Cowboys still run more than most teams, but the bulk of those rushes are early in games. Zeke has fallen into the background while they ask Dak to carry the team by air. Newsflash for the Cowboys: Dak isn't and will never be Drew Brees or Patrick Mahomes. Pay attention. Running the ball has been frustrating at times, but even when it's working, the Cowboys abandon it routinely. Against Buffalo, Zeke had a quick 50+ yards early on, then he only got five carries in the second with the game well in reach. This team has no identity, even when it's stared them right in the face for years. It's maddening. They need to stop trying to be trendy and be what they are. Zeke and Pollard and a salty offensive line. Scheme to make it more effective. Stop quitting on it. Run the damn ball.