Cowboys a force in NFC with or without Ezekiel Elliott

ARLINGTON, Tex. — All the continuous drama swirling around Ezekiel Elliott has overshadowed something that is pretty noteworthy in its own right: The Dallas Cowboys really have gotten their act together. They’re currently riding a three-game winning streak. They just beat a Kansas City Chiefs team that is good enough to win the AFC. As much as people are wondering about the status of Elliott’s suspension, his potential loss doesn’t look to be as fatal a blow as it once seemed.

The Cowboys’ 28-17 win on Sunday revealed a couple important facts. The first is that this team is now far from the one that was languishing at 2-3 earlier this year (and somehow suffered a 42-17 butt-whipping at the hands of the suddenly hapless Denver Broncos). The second is that Dallas has started to develop more balance. They still have plenty of offense but their defense is improving with each passing week.

What this means is that the Philadelphia Eagles should be paying close attention, as should the New Orleans Saints, Seattle Seahawks and any other team with legitimate postseason hopes. Dallas is very much in this

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