Fresh off their official bye week, the Dallas Cowboys will travel to Baltimore on Sunday to begin a dangerous series of games set to be played over the next month.
Stuck at 2-2 after their Week 4 dismantling at the hands of the Chicago Bears, the Cowboys will be forced to play four of their next five games away from the comfortable confines of Cowboys Stadium. After taking on the Ravens in Week 6, Dallas will then hit the road to face Carolina, before coming home for a game with the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants. From there, Jason Garrett's team will pack their bags once again to face off against a pair of viable playoff contenders in Atlanta and Philadelphia on back-to-back weekends.
Eager to put his own personal woes behind him, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is sure to face plenty of scrutiny heading into Sunday's game. A 10th-year signal caller with a stellar 95.9 career quarterback rating, Romo has already tossed eight interceptions after just four games in 2012. Worse yet, the Pro Bowler also does not appear to be on the same page with many of his offensive linemen, and he continues to appear visibly frustrated by his team's lack of cohesion on the offensive side of the ball.