Cowboys' defense (again) has no answers or stops in loss to Browns

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ARLINGTON, Texas — At this point, maybe it’s a good thing there is a limit on the number of Dallas Cowboys fans allowed at AT&T Stadium because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Cowboys announced a crowd of 25,021 Sunday. Imagine if they had their normal 90,000-plus in attendance to watch what was on display in their 49-38 loss to the Cleveland Browns (3-1).

This was the Browns; not the Kansas City Chiefs (3-0). This was the Browns, who lost leading rusher Nick Chubb in the first half to injury. This was the Browns, who had not scored 30 points in three straight games since 1968.

Those Browns had 31 in the first half.

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Through four games, the Cowboys have allowed 146 points, the most in franchise history. The expansion Cowboys in 1960 allowed 136 points in the first four games on their way to an 0-11-1 finish. In 2000, the Cowboys allowed 135 points in their first four games on their way to a 5-11

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