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October 6, 2019
Well, what we were hoping didn’t happen, happened. The Dallas Cowboys did nothing to discount the narrative that they can’t beat good teams as the team has now lost two straight games against division winners from the NFC. This certainly takes the wind out of the sail of their first three wins as all of those were against opponents with a losing record. Doubt has now crept in as we re-evaluate just how good this Cowboys team is.
There was a lot of craziness in this game, some good, some bad. Here are ten thoughts on this difficult loss to the Green Bay Packers. (READ MORE) by | Blogging The Boys
Dallas entered Sunday with the chance to prove it was a Super Bowl contender. In the first three weeks of the season, the Cowboys beat up on the Giants, Washington, and Miami, who are currently a combined 2-12 and started Eli Manning, Case Keenum, and Josh Rosen respectively at quarterback in those matchups. Finally playing a quality opponent in Week 4, Dallas lost 12-10 to the Teddy Bridgewater–led Saints. On Sunday, the team hosted Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, who eliminated the Cowboys from the playoffs twice this decade. (READ MORE) by
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