The Dallas Cowboys were embarrassed on national television by the Buffalo Bills during their Thanksgiving Day game, their third loss in four games. At 6-6, the Cowboys somehow are clinging onto the top spot in the NFC East, but they look far less formidable than they did at the start of the year.
Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore was employed to breath new life into the Cowboys offense, but for some reason he has decided to decrease the role of star running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Elliott averaged 21.7 carries per game in his first three seasons in the NFL. That number has dropped to 18.9 in 2019, the lowest mark of his career.