Five scariest offenses in the NFL
The Ravens are bracing for their biggest test since the season opener, when Peyton Manning and his high-flying Denver Broncos dropped seven touchdowns on them. Their opponents this Sunday, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, haven't been as sharp as the Broncos, but they might be as talented or close to it. In this week's Five for Friday, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel identifies the five scariest offenses in the NFL, and the Packers aren't the only one remaining on the schedule.
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5. DALLAS COWBOYS
Unlike the other offenses on this list, the Cowboys are capable of scaring both their opponents and their own fan base, depending on which Tony Romo exits the huddle. This past week, the Cowboys lost to the Broncos because Romo threw another late interception. But with 506 passing yards and five touchdowns, Romo was the biggest reason they were even in the game. Dez Bryant has matured into one of the NFL's best wide receivers, and running back Demarco Murray is effective when they actually hand him the ball.