Owner Jerry Jones said the Cowboys have enough weapons on offense to win with backup quarterback Kyle Orton potentially playing in place of an injured Tony Romo against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
He certainly feels better about the Cowboys making up for the loss of Romo with what they have around Orton on offense than relying on the team's last place defense to pickup up the slack.
"We got enough offense with Kyle," Jones said. "We got a lot of great players around Tony. Our offensive line has improved by leaps and bounds from the beginning of the year. With the wide receivers we got and the backs we got I think we got a better supporting cast on offense. I'm not minimizing losing Tony. But we got a better supporting cast to win a ball game and to do what we need to do to win than what we have on defense. There is a little more margin there for us to make due. That will serve us well."