Key #4: Make Red-Zone Stops
This season, the Browns opponents have converted nearly 77% of their red-zone possessions into touchdowns. This puts them 27th in the NFL, while the Cowboys are in the top-10 in red zone touchdown percentage. The Browns’ best game in terms of red-zone touchdown prevention was when they held the Bengals out of the end-zone on half of their drives. With the Cowboys high-powered offense, if they get deep in the Browns territory, just holding them to a field goal would be solid. Since the Cowboys defense has struggled, if the defense can hold the Cowboys under 30 points, they’ll be in a position to win.