The Dallas Cowboys aim for 2-0 in Washington D.C. this coming Sunday. Can the NFC East rival stop the Big D train? If not, Redskins will boot NFL year 0-2.
The Dallas Cowboys demolished the New York Giants last week, 35-17. So, what surprised me about the first game of 2019 at AT&T Stadium. Nothing. My prediction of 34-17 was just one point off.
This is what a Super Bowl contending team is supposed to do. Was this more about the lethal Cowboys or a weakened Giants squad?
Truth be told, the answer is both. The Dallas Cowboys have big muscles heading into in 2019, and the New York team is sputtering below mediocrity. What happened Sunday should be no surprise to anybody.
Yet, I am still surprised by a few things in the land of Big D. Comprised here are 10 words I am thinking about before Dallas heads over to FedExField. And here we go!
We have to start with offensive coordinator Kellen Moore. He pitched a flawless game. Now, I’ve written about him being the wild card of sorts for Dallas. Right now, teams don’t have logs on him. The videotape archive isn’t there for opposing defenses.
But boy, did the Dallas Cowboys looked upgraded on offense. It feels like somebody rebooted the computer, upgraded the operating system and pressed play. This looked different. This felt different. Now, let’s see if Moore can produce more.