The final player is the most obvious as the offense will only go as far as Josh Allen is able to take them. Since the change at offensive coordinator from Ken Dorsey to Joe Brady, Allen has looked almost completely different and playing like he did a few years ago when he was an MVP candidate.
Over the past three games, Allen has thrown six touchdowns, while rushing for three more and averaging over 280 passing yards and 40 rushing yards per game.
The one thing that has improved but hasn't gone away entirely is turnovers as the Bills quarterback has thrown at least one in nine straight games. This week, Allen can't afford to have that turnover because the Cowboys offense is playing so well the last thing they need is a short field.
In addition, DaRon Bland has five interceptions returned for a touchdown and a play like that can quickly swing momentum. The Buffalo Bills are going to need almost a perfect Josh Allen to come away with the win this week.