The ‘Dirty Dancing’ Season 10 Recap: What to Expect

DALLAS — After a rough start to the season, the Dallas Cowboys have a chance to win the NFC East with a win Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

Here are five things to know: 1.

The Cowboys’ offensive line is in a shambles, so what happens to their stars?

The Cowboys went on a five-game winning streak and were the only team in the NFL last season with a single-game rushing and passing touchdown in a game.

After they allowed a touchdown to Green Bay’s Ty Montgomery in Week 3, they were outscored 37-8 in Week 4 and 5-3 in Week 6.

This season, they’ve allowed touchdowns to running backs and wide receivers, both of which have been the main reasons why they have struggled so much.

“You can’t play as well as you want to play, and it’s a process, so that’s why you’ve got to find a way to get it right,” offensive coordinator Scott Linehan said.

Linehan has said he expects his linemen to come together.


Is Dez Bryant the NFL’s best receiver?

It seems like every week, we see a new headline that says, “Dez Bryant’s a big reason why the Cowboys are scoring at an elite level.”

That was true this week with Dez playing an elite-level game.

He scored five touchdowns against the Bears, including a game-winning touchdown pass on the game-tying drive in the third quarter.

Bryant is also one of just five players in the league with at least 70 catches and a team-high seven touchdowns.

But there are signs Bryant is not getting enough playing time.

He had just one reception for 18 yards in Week 2, which is the lowest amount of yardage he has recorded since Week 2 of last season.

The Vikings have given him just 1,079 receiving yards this season.


Who will the Cowboys face Sunday?

They will face the Green Bay Packers.

The Packers beat the Cowboys in Week 5 by three points, but lost the game in overtime to the Detroit Lions.

The last time Dallas played Green Bay was Week 4 of last year.

The defense allowed a total of just four points.


Who is the Vikings’ best receiver this season?

Jordy Nelson has gone from having no receiving touchdowns last season to having five in a row.

Nelson was targeted four times in Week 8 against the Cowboys, but had only one catch for 15 yards.

The biggest reason for that was a bad pass interference call on the play that was called a touchdown.

The league has tightened up in the pass interference rule, and the NFL has increased penalties for intentional grounding.

The NFL has also said it will adjust the rule to punish a player for deliberately blocking an opponent’s receiver.


Are the Cowboys’ players healthy?

After missing a couple of weeks with a hamstring injury, they have had to replace a couple key players.

Tyron Smith had a setback in Week 7 against the Vikings and was ruled out until Week 10 with a sore hamstring.

Tyreek Hill missed Week 6 with a knee injury and then missed two games with a neck injury.

And the Cowboys have had a few other injuries to report.

Defensive tackle Zack Martin, defensive end Anthony Spencer and linebacker Anthony Hitchens have all been ruled out for Sunday.

5 things to watch for in Week 10: 1:10 p.m.

ET Sunday: Dallas hosts the Minnesota Wild, who lost the season opener to the Denver Broncos.

The Wild is in the midst of a four-game losing streak.

They’ve lost four straight and 10 of 11.

The teams last meeting was a 31-13 Cowboys win at Lincoln Financial Field on Nov. 4, 2014.

The Dallas defense has been so porous that the Cowboys will likely need to make a few changes to the offensive line.

Linebacker Tyron Jones and running back Darren McFadden have both missed some time with hamstring injuries.

The offensive line had to rotate two players from the starting unit with Smith out. 2:45 p.