On the heels of a three-game winning streak that has the Dallas Cowboys tied for first place in the NFC East, Dallas is now No. 10 in SBNation's latest NFL Power Rankings:
10. Dallas Cowboys (6-4, LW: 12): Impressive turnaround for the Cowboys. They were 2-3 at one point but now hold a share of the NFC East lead.
With the emergence of DeMarco Murray at RB and Tony Romo's recovery from a pair of broken ribs suffered earlier in the season, the Cowboys offense has been firing on all cylinders.
The defense, meanwhile, has been a consistent strength for the team under new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, with ILB Sean Lee emerging as a star, OLB DeMarcus Ware on pace to break the single-season sack record and CB's Orlando Scandrick and Terrence Newman bouncing back from an inconsistent 2010 season.
Yet Dallas still has not proven they can handle success, as a variety of special-team miscues in the punting game nearly cost them a game against a struggling Washington team last week.
With the Giants facing New Orleans and Green Bay the next two weeks while the Cowboys play Miami and Arizona, Dallas could have a commanding NFC East lead headed into their first game with New York on Week 14.
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