The Dallas Cowboys are playing a season-low six games this season, including one in Week 3 at Minnesota.
They’ve lost five of six, including three in a row.
But there’s no time like the present to see if the team can make up some ground.
The Cowboys are 2-8 since Jan. 14.
The Week 4 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings, the team’s first-ever home game, could determine the fate of this franchise.
The Cowboys are 3-7 at home since last November, including losing three straight.
This week’s game could be the last chance for Dallas to make a comeback from last year’s 8-8 mark.
The team’s defense is still without defensive lineman D.J. Swearinger (knee surgery) and wide receiver Dez Bryant (knees) for the rest of the season.
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