The Dallas defense failed to force a turnover in Week 9 and is last among NFL defenses with just four forced turnovers in 2015.
The Dallas defense is last in the NFL in forcing turnovers, severely limiting the upside of the Cowboys D/ST.
The Dallas defense has allowed 100 or more rushing yards in each of their last four games, all losses.
The defense of the Dallas Cowboys has forced just three turnovers in 2015, and zero over their last three games.
The Dallas Cowboys roll into their Week 6 bye with just three forced turnovers this season, good for 29th among NFL teams.
The Dallas Cowboys will host the New England Patriots in Week 5, who lead the NFL in yards per game (446.3) and points per game (39.7).
The Dallas Cowboys' run defense will attempt to bounce back against New Orleans after getting shredded by Devonta Freeman in Week 3.
The Dallas defense has only three healthy defensive ends as they prepare to host the Atlanta Falcons in Week 3.
The Dallas Cowboys will be without rookie DE Randy Gregory in Week 2, after he suffered a high-ankle sprain in the Dallas season opener.
Dallas defensive end Greg Hardy will take his four-game suspension without an appeal.
Rainer Sabin of the Dallas Morning News believes the difficult cut decisions among Dallas defensive linemen bodes well for the unit's 2015 outlook.
Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News thinks DL Tyrone Crawford "has just scratched the surface."