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September 30, 2019

Dallas Cowboys v New Orleans Saints
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There are a lot of things to take away from how the Cowboys played in New Orleans on Sunday night.

Specifically, there are a lot of things that the Cowboys can do better. We all watched the game, we all know that. You can’t score 10 points in the NFL and think that that’s anywhere near enough.

The Cowboys were doing a lot of great things this season before they played the Saints. Their offense had been very creative and imaginative throughout the first three games; it’s like they forgot how to do it all when they got to the Big Easy. (READ MORE) by

There were no touchdowns for the winning NOLA NFL team last night but ratings were a sure happy dance in the end zone for NBC & the league | AP

The New Orleans Saints shattered the Dallas Cowboys’ unbeaten run this NFL season despite not scoring a touchdown, winning 12-10 in New Orleans.

Lacking starting quarterback Drew Brees but not the golden-ish field-goal touch of kicker Wil Lutz, the Saints’ Sunday Night Football victory was their first touchdownless victory in 21 years and only the fourth ever in franchise’s 52-year history. (READ MORE) by Dominic Patten | Deadline


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