Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has been up and down this season to say the least.

After ending the Cowboys chances in the season opener with two critical turnovers in the fourth quarter at New York, Romo led Dallas to two straight wins over the 49ers and Redskins.

Romo's last performance, however, was a head-scratching one. With the Cowboys leading the Lions 27-3 in the second half, Romo again got careless and Dallas is now 2-2 heading into its Week 6 matchup with New England.

After a bye week and some questionable comments from Romo to locker room reporters, the Cowboys are under pressure to perform on Sunday.

Romo told reporters that the Cowboys would win a Super Bowl "at some point" when asked about Deion Sanders' critical comments.

Romo can start to back up those comments by playing well this Sunday and getting the Cowboys to 3-2.

New England's pass defense is dead last in the league, allowing nearly 330 yards per game through the air from opposing quarterbacks.

Romo should have his No. 1 weapon in Miles Austin back this week from injury, which will test the Pats' shaky secondary.

Tom Brady has been unstoppable thus far in 2011, but consider this: Dallas boasts the league's best run defense and will force Brady to compensate for the lack of a New England ground attack.

Expect a few mistakes from Brady on Sunday, and of course the occasional head-scratching turnover from Romo.

The Cowboys have too much talent at wide receiver to come up short on Sunday at Foxboro.

Not to say Romo and the 'Boys will win a Super Bowl anytime soon, but they will take a step in the right direction in Week 6.


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