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Forget What You Have Been Hearing The Cowboys Will Beat the Giants

I am not one to buy into the what ifs of any game. You either win or you lose. There is no such thing as barely and there is definitely no need to worry about if teams did this differently they could have won. The better teams win the game, especially if they play twice in a year and win both times. Two wins in the same season is more than just coincidence.

The Cowboys were the better team in week 1, even with out a star linebacker in Greg Ellis (who won the AP comeback player of the year award) and Terrence Newman in the starting lineup. They were the better team in week 10 and that was with out Anthony Henry in the lineup. Oh and did I mention that Terry Glenn was missing both games, and will be making what would essentially be his debut into a meaningful game come Sunday? Still despite missing these key players in both game the Cowboys were the better team.

Now the Giants are coming to Texas Stadium again, having won their first playoff game since the Eli years begun against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They are on a roll, according to some but they have only a one game winning streak (if you call it a streak). Regardless of however close the Patriots game was, was still a Giants loss.

The Giants will be coming to Dallas missing CB Kevin Dockery and CB Sam Maddison and will be trying to cover both Glenn and Owens. No easy task for anyone, though that’s assuming Glenn is playing at full form. Also the Giants have a plethora of players on IR to include one TE Jeremy Shockey. The Cowboys seem to have their entire cast back for the playoffs to include Terrell Owens who is being listed as probably for Sunday’s game.

My only concern is whether or not the media will be focused enough for tomorrow’s game to broadcast it. It seems since their little trip to Cabo, Mexico they have had a hard time focusing on the upcoming game. Tony Romo will be ready to play. Jason Witten will be ready to play. Terry Glenn will be ready to play and oh yes Terrell too. In fact the entire Dallas Cowboys team and Coaching staff will be ready to play. This is the playoffs, and no one has been sweeping this day under the rug.

The Cowboys are in fact the better team. They were the better team in game one and game ten. They will be the better team tomorrow. I think all the media trying to make everyone think that they aren’t will only strengthen the Cowboys’ resolve to win this one at home. So I am going to tell you that not only are the Cowboys going to win this one tomorrow, they will win it convincingly.

Cowboys 38 Giants 17

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4 Responses to “Forget What You Have Been Hearing The Cowboys Will Beat the Giants”

  1. Nancy Monroe says:


  2. Nate Acreman says:

    Well that’s how it ends. At least it was an interesting game. Now I am going to go kick something.

  3. Back to Mexico for some… R and R!

  4. Some guy says:

    Ha ha, you were wrong about something.

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