Cowboys 'frustrated but not panicking' at 0-2

Jason Witten

Credit: AP Photo / Sharon Ellman

Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, right, lies on the ground after being stopped by Chicago Bears defenders, including safety Chris Harris, left, in the second half of Sunday's game.


Associated Press

Posted on September 20, 2010 at 2:44 PM

Updated Monday, Sep 20 at 2:51 PM

Do you think the Cowboys still have a chance to go to the Super Bowl this season?

IRVING, Texas (AP) - Before the Dallas Cowboys have any chance to be the first team to play a Super Bowl at home, they have to win some games.

Dallas is already at a crossroads in its season after losing the first two games.

Safety Gerald Sensabaugh says he's tired of hearing talk about the Super Bowl that will be played in Cowboys Stadium in February. He just wants to talk about the next game, Sunday at undefeated Houston (2-0).

Receiver Roy Williams describes the mood as "frustrated but not panicking."

Since 1990, only 22 of the 169 teams that started 0-2 made the playoffs. One was the 1993 Cowboys, who won the Super Bowl.

While Dallas is the only 0-2 team in the NFC East, the other three division teams are all 1-1.