In the second half, Dak was under pressure far too often.
Following his second touchdown of the first half, he and his offensive line teammates played a game of "hot potato" with the ball with lineman Joe Looney spiking it.
Dallas gained 268 yards against the Broncos and 273 against the Cardinals. The Rams defense has had its struggles over the last two weeks.
They forced Dallas to punt on every possession in the third quarter.
The Cowboys will also need to have a legitimate deep threat to ease the defense off the line of scrimmage.
Unfortunately for the Rams, they continued to trade field goals for touchdowns. Todd Gurley became the second running back in three games to rush for more than 100 yards against Dallas.
Their best play came at the end when they needed it most. He was instantly swarmed by blue defenders, limiting him a meaningless 9-yard gain and cutting off the comeback attempt. One could probably credit this to a coaching change, and Gurley looks like one of the premier RBs in the National Football League, rushing for 241 yards and four TDs on the ground through three weeks. "He's affecting the game as much as any defensive lineman around the league right now", McVay said. He did it all against the Cowboys this week. Last season, he appeared in 15 regular-season games for the playoff-bound Cowboys en route to registering 145 total tackles, one fumble recovery and one pass defense.
Another question mark will be Sean Lee's availability. For the defense, watch the injury report for Sean Lee as he is a game-time decision.
Jonathan Cooper, an in-season free agency signing late in the 2016 season, would start in Green's place.
Well, just because the Rams fumigated the essence of Jeff Fisher out of the building, there was still the kicking game that would've made ol' Fish smile.
Zuerlein's fifth field goal of the game, from 28 yards, gave the Rams a 29-24 lead three minutes into the fourth quarter. After four games, LA is now sitting at 3-1 heading home for an NFC West showdown against the Seattle Seahawks. Now with Week 4 already upon us, a pair of 2-1 teams collide at AT&T Stadium. Cardinals fans shouldn't be happy about a win by them, as the Cardinals are chasing them in the standings. No other team even has two wins (yet) in the division, showing that the Rams are starting to make a statement to their rivals.
Yes, this loss stings hard, but the worst part isn't that they lost.