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Cowboys hit the west coast-Seattle that is…
Posted By Glenn Stants On Sep 14 2012 @ 4:34 pm In Dallas Cowboys | No Comments
The 1-0 Dallas Cowboys are hitting the west coast to play the Seattle Seahawks. The Cowboys hope to build on their win in the Meadowlands against the Super Bowl Champion New York ‘football’ Giants and leave Seattle at 2-0 with 2 road victories to start this years NFL season.
Dallas certainly used those extra days with the early start of their season and are actually almost at full-strength with the also return of a healthy Jason Witten which will be key and giving Tony Romo an extra body to look at to throw at for ‘first down Cowboys’.
Dallas has won the last 4 meeting between these two teams but we all know everyone will only remember the 2007 NFC wild card game when Tony Romo snubbed the snap and the Seahawks won the game. Certainly we do not want a repeat of that in Cowboy Nation.
As competitive as the NFL and the talent pool around the NFL, Dallas will be up against a great RB in Marshawn Lynch and rookie QB Russell Wilson. The Dallas D hopes to piggy back their play against the Giants and keep plugging up the holes, watching out for a scrambling Wilson and allow Romo and company to put some points on the scoreboard en-route to a Cowboy victory. Watch for Dallas defense coordinator Rob Ryan to step up his defensive plays and give Wilson an introduction to Dallas Cowboy football.
I say Dallas wins, covers the FG.5 as far as points but we know there is no such thing as an easy game in the NFL but 4:05 is kick-off, enjoy the game and get back to me on any predictions, keys to a Dallas victory and or if you are a Seahawk fan than try to convince me how the Cowboys will lose the game. comment – questions – concerns…..
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