The Dallas Cowboys have leaned on their rugged offensive line to power through opponents all season.
"They're outstanding. I think they're going to be as good a test as we're going to have all season," Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said Wednesday, per the team's official website. "The game in a lot of ways may come down to ... that matchup up front. I think it'll be a great test for our guys and I think they're up to the challenge."
Dallas, though, is no one-trick pony. The chemistry between Romo and wideout Dez Bryant has torched teams on a weekly basis, helping the 'Boys score an outrageous 41.3 points per game in December. Over the past 50 years, only the Broncos of September 2013 (44.8), the Patriots of October 2007 (43.4) and the Rams of October 2000 (42.5) have averaged more.