Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by Battlelyon, Jan 6, 2019.
They need to realize how much better they were on the road (Indy aside) later in the year.
I can see the Rams winning (they are favored for a reason) but dont see them beating the spread.
Can see it coming down to a last drive heroics or failure for either team. Both Qbs are capable of the last minute drive & both defenses are good enough to stop it.
Indy was basically the only good team they played on the road in the 2nd half of the season.
They had the following road games:
Eagles- Struggling football team at that time as we both know
Falcons- Awful team this year
Colts- Got their ass kicked
Giants- Had a very unimpressive W with their starters all playing pretty much except Zeke. Needed a sick Cole Beasley TD on 4th down to win that game.
Yeah I'm not sold on Dallas away from home.
So you never watched the Giants game? Lawrence barely played, no Smith or Martin. Sure...
You don't have to be sold.
They have improved on the road late in the season. The Indy loss came after they put the boots to your boys so a let down game was in the cards.
We will see tomorrow. Good thing for your Boys is I'm expecting that game to have a neutral site type of game due to all the Cowboys fans in LA.
I'm optimistic as all get out...
Most of the pressure is on the rams in this one and could make a difference. They have so many big-name players and the 'genius' head coach and are big favorites. If Dallas hangs around too long, they could start puckering up.
I still give the edge to the Rams because I believe they are more talented but I will not be surprised at all if the Cowboys get the upset
Marinelli wants to show Phillips who is the boss.
I need Dallas to win. LA will be hard to beat.
You beat LA, you didn't beat Dallas.
Honestly, I don't think that you have anything to worry about either way.
I'm sure you won't be impressed with the Rams game AFTER Dallas kicks their ass
You need to worry about the Eagles...
Well, with Gurley being your best Offensive player and your OL being as good as they are, I hope you are right. If you run Gurley and stay in 3rd and short all game it is going to be tough for us to stop you
Way to cover all of your bases just in case...
and to think, people say Cowboy fans are the only fan base full of shit...well outside the the philly fan base, who are just plain shitheads
Team is young and McVay is young. Stick to the game plan and keep the offense balanced. Defense needs to step up.
Good to be back and not in the cellar any more.
You a rookie at starting these?
NFL Playoffs Dallas @ LA Rams 8:15pm ET on FOX
Good luck Jarntt.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys plan to negotiate a long-term extension with coach Jason Garrett in the offseason.
Garrett's under contract through the 2019 season, but the Cowboys want to work with him towards an extension reportedly worth upwards of $8 million per year. It was only the beginning of November when Garrett was speculated to be coaching for his job, and now it sounds as if he'll be Dallas' head coach for the foreseeable future. While that certainly makes him clap endlessly, Garrett was undoubtedly out-coached at every turn this year and only showed life once the front office made staffing changes to surrounding coaches and coordinators. Garrett's last extension (which will be outdone) was a five-year deal worth $6 million annually.
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