While neither team has looked good in their first two games, the pressure is more on the Seahawks, who are already two games back in the NFC West race.
For the second week in a row, the Seattle Seahawks allowed Russell Wilson to be sacked six times. The pressure on Wilson is causing him to complete less than 60% of his passes. If the Seahawks cannot fix their offensive line, Wilson could join David Carr and Randall Cunningham as the only quarterbacks sacked more than 70 times in a season.
The Dallas Cowboys are coming off one of their best defensive performances in recent memory after they beat the Giants 20-13 on Sunday night. The defence dialled up six sacks against the Giants. The Cowboys offence is a different story, as outside of 64-yard touchdown, Dallas managed only 234 yards of offence on 49 plays.
Seattle has not lost a home in September since 2009 or the season before Pete Carroll was hired on as head coach. Of course, for many of those Septembers, the Seahawks had the best defence in the NFL. The Cowboys have a chance to end that streak on Sunday as their pass-rush should get to Russell Wilson early and often.