The Dallas Cowboys face the Baltimore Ravens at M & T Bank Stadium today, as the Cowboys look to improve their record after a disappointing 34-18 loss to the Bears at Cowboys Stadium two weeks ago. In that game, Cowboys QB Tony Romo threw five costly interceptions and the Cowboys record fell to 2-2. Romo and the Cowboys will face the Ravens on their home turf today, where a deafening, sell-out crowd of home-team supporters can make it hard for any quarterback, much less one who is struggling with interceptions like Tony Romo is. Adding to the potential problems for the Cowboys defense is the Ravens no-huddle offense, which has helped Baltimore average 32 points per game in their last three home games. The fact that the Ravens are the only NFL team that the Cowboys have never beaten does little to change the bleak outlook for the Cowboys in today's game.
The Ravens on the other hand, are sitting atop a respectable 4-1 record and have won all of their home games at M & T Bank Stadium this season. Before last week's game against the Chiefs, Ravens QB Joe Flacco had been averaging 317 yards and 1.5 touchdowns per game. However, the tough Chiefs defense managed to hold Flacco to 187 yards and kept him completely out of the endzone. Although the Ravens still won the game on field goals, the solid Chiefs defense may offer some hope to the Cowboys that Flacco's fast-paced, no-huddle offense can be stopped. Remember, whether you are a Cowboys or a Ravens fan, you can always find he best deals on Dallas Cowboys PSLs and Baltimore Ravens PSLs from PSL Source, your one-stop-shop for all your PSL needs.