Jason Witten thinks he might know reason behind Dallas Cowboys' slow starts

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Jason Witten thinks he might know reason behind Dallas Cowboys' slow starts
Jason Witten thinks he might know reason behind Dallas Cowboys' slow starts

FRISCO, Texas — When looking at statistics alone, the Dallas Cowboys resemble a dominant team. No team has bettered their average of 437.4 yards of offense per game. Only three have scored more than Dallas' 27.4 points per game. Defensively, too, just six teams have allowed fewer than their 323.2 yards per game. Only five teams have limited opponents to fewer than the 18.9 points the Cowboys' defense is allowing. But the Cowboys can thank their second-, third- and fourth-quarter performances for these numbers. In the first quarter, both the offense and defense have consistently stalled during the team's 5-4 start to the season. “We've got to find a way to play faster. We talk about it,” offensive

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