What the Cowboys have done, especially with a banged-up defense minus any star players, has been impressive. Beating the defending Super Bowl champs in Seattle would be stupendous — and stamp Dallas as a surprise title contender.
"They're good as a test and we're going to face them," QB Tony Romo said. "It'll be a great atmosphere and it'll be great to get there and play against them."
Dallas' DeMarco Murray is the first running back to rush for at least 100 yards in each of the first five games of a season since O.J. Simpson in 1975. Getting there against the Seahawks' stingy and physical defense that leads the NFL in stopping the run would be another huge achievement.
Seattle needs to clean up the flags: 13 penalties vs. Washington.