Friday, October 30, 2009

Cowboys aiming to be humble, consistent vs Seattle

Associated Press - October 30, 2009 1:35 PM ET

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Dallas on Sunday will host Seattle as the Cowboys try to stretch their modest winning streak to three in a row.

Dallas (4-2) has won 3 of its last four games and two straight at its new $1.2 billion stadium in Arlington.

The Cowboys, after against Seattle (2-4), hit the road for Philadelphia and Green Bay.

Defensive end Marcus Spears says it's good -- to be in a good position.

The Seahawks have no idea what they are: the team that beat Jacksonville 41-0 or the team that didn't convert a third down in a 27-3 loss to Arizona.

Seattle coach Jim Mora says it's amazing how one week can change the way you think.

Seattle cornerback Marcus Trufant will make his season debut, just in time to cover the NFL's new wideout sensation, Dallas standout Miles Austin.

Austin has 16 catches for 421 yards and four touchdowns -- in the two games since he joined the starting lineup.