POSTED: Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - 9:22pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - 10:57pm
The Dallas Cowboys won all four of their November contests following a humbling 34-7 loss against Philadelphia in their final game of October and now hope to extend their streak into December as they sit atop the NFC East standings with 5 games left on the schedule.
The Cowboys have found consistency that they lacked at the start of the season opening 3-4 and the players say they know what the difference has been.
"I think it's just maturity. Maturity and growth. Throughout the season you learn a lot and good teams get better throughout the season. Our coaches always say that and I think it's something we are growing on. Each and every game we have something to grow on," said Dallas cornerback Alan Ball.
"It's definitely a sign of our team getting better," added safety Gerald Sensabaugh. "We are working on situational football, which Garrett always preaches. It's good to see our team just winning games like that."
Their December winning streak can start this Sunday when they head on the road to Phoenix where they are a 4.5 point favorite against the Cardinals.