When the Cowboys lose their first game in two weeks, what do you do?

By Sam AthertonPublished August 23, 2018 09:55:59The Dallas Cowboys are off to a terrible start in 2018.

They’ve been outscored 38-12 over their first eight games and have lost six of their past seven.

The Cowboys are in desperate need of a bounce-back performance from the Cowboys, which has not happened since the season began in November.

Head coach Jason Garrett has made three changes to the Cowboys roster heading into this week’s game against the Houston Texans, which begins at 4:30 p.m.

ET on Sunday.

The only change from last week was the addition of running back David Johnson.

The team announced a handful of changes to its offense that came into effect Wednesday, including the replacement of defensive end David Irving with cornerback DeMarcus Lawrence.

The change was the first for Lawrence since the Cowboys signed him to a two-year contract in December.

The offense, which was a mess last season, is going to have to find a way to find some offense to help the Cowboys out of a slump.

Dallas is averaging just 31.6 points per game, the fourth-worst mark in the NFL.

This is not the first time that the Cowboys have struggled with scoring.

Dallas has averaged just 27.4 points per contest in its past 13 games.

Coach Garrett said the team will look to do more to win Sunday’s game.

He said the Cowboys will be in “complete control” of the game, according to the team’s official website.

Dallas has not lost a game this season after losing four in a row.

The team is 8-4 against the Texans and 3-1 against the New York Jets.

The Texans have won three straight games over the Cowboys.

By Sam AthertonPublished August 23, 2018 09:55:59The Dallas Cowboys are off to a terrible start in 2018.They’ve been outscored 38-12…