Coaxing more out of his quarterback

Cowboys' D a lost cause; to compensate, Garrett focuses on Romo, righting O

Updated: November 19, 2013, 2:40 PM ET
By Jean-Jacques Taylor | ESPNDallas.com

IRVING -- The Dallas Cowboys' offense, the unit where Jerry Jones has allocated the bulk of his resources, has had its best players all season.

Tony Romo has started every game. So has Jason Witten. Dez Bryant, too.

So we should expect the offense to carry the Cowboys this season.

It must.

It's not fair. We know that.

Too bad.

In a perfect world, both sides of the ball would be equally strong. But this is the NFL, not Utopia.

Guess what? ...

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