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The Cowboys had gained at least 200 yards in every game when Tony Romo was taking every snap _ until Sunday night, when they had just 193. Romo targeted Dez Bryant only twice and completed less than 50 percent of his passes for the second time in three weeks after he hadn’t done it at all since 2009.

As they get ready for the Giants, the Cowboys are faced with the fact that their offense has been held to less than 300 yards three times in five games since getting a season-high 522 in a 51-48 loss to Denver.

“We have a chance to sit back and assess what we are doing on offense, defense, and the kicking game, and who we are doing it with, and how we are doing it, and how we can do it better,” coach Jason Garrett said.

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