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BevoMav

Cowboys Schedule With Expert Break Down Of Wins and Losses



Week 1: San Francisco 49ers (Sept. 7th, 4:25 EST, FOX)
Niners are bitches and Cowboys have little patience in bitches. Romo throws for (2) TD
Murry rushes for 80 plus yards and Dallas gets a key sack on Kafferbitch. Dallas wins 23-9

Week 2: @ Tennessee Titans (Sept 14th, 1 PM EST, FOX)
Titans are a good team, but they are playing a better team. Romo leads them to a last 4th quarter TD and Dallas wins 21-17. Team is now 2-0

Week 3: @ St. Louis Rams (Sept. 21st, 1 PM EST, FOX)
Rams ain't ****. Cowboys bury ****, ergo Cowboys win 31-13 to to 3-0

Week 4: New Orleans Saints (Sept. 28th, 8:30 PM EST, NBC)
Saints think they are all that, but Cowboys wear out fat *** Rob Ryans defense. Good guys win 28-17 and have the best record in the league at 4-0

Week 5: Houston Texans (Oct. 5th, 1 PM EST, CBS)
Texans come to town and get embarrassed. Dallas wins 64-2, punter fumbles in end zone, to to to 5-0.

Week 6: @ Seattle Seahawks (Oct. 12th, 4:25 PM EST, FOX)
Okay, the Cowboys finally lose a game. Nah, just fucking with you. Dallas plays defense and Dez beats Sherman twice for TDs and Cowboys win 27-5 and it's 6-0 for "how bout dem Cowboys"

Week 7: New York Giants (Oct. 19th, 4:25 PM EST, FOX)
Giants and Ellie Manning come to town. Dallas blows Ellie's panties off. Dallas wins big 42-13. to go to 7-0

Week 8: Washington Redskins (Oct. 27th, 8:30 PM EST, ESPN)
Redskins have a name change and the Foreskins come to Arlington. RGIII throws 5 picks, Jackson gets body slammed and Dallas wins a laugher to go to 8-0.

Week 9: Arizona Cardinals (Nov. 2nd, 1 PM EST, FOX)
Cardinals? Nuff said. Dallas wins 29-6..record is 9-0 and team is in the playoffs.

Week 10: @ Jacksonville Jaguars (London) (Nov. 9th, 1 PM EST, FOX)
Cowboys show Jacksonville some London Homesick blues. With Jerry Jeff Walker and Gary P Nunn watching, Dallas goes to 10-0 with a 41-0 shut out.

Week 11: BYE .. Dallas charters a plane to Cabo and to the haters. Suck on it bitches!

Week 12: @ New York Giants (Nov. 23rd, 8:30 PM EST, NBC)
Romo's arm is tired. He has 29 td and 0 ints..He rests and Orton beats the Giants 31-13 and have a 11-0 record.

Week 13: Philadelphia Eagles (Nov 27th, 4:30 PM EST, FOX)
Eagles think of forfeiting but come to our house anyway. Should have stay in Phikadelphia..Dallas wins 33-2 to go to 12-0

Week 14: @ Chicago Bears (Dec. 4th, 8:25 PM EST, NFL Network)
Da Bears, **** Da Bears. Dallas sacks Janice Cutler 15 times. Dallas wins 48-2 and runs their record to 13-0

Week 15: @ Philadelphia Eagles (Dec 14th, 8:30 PM EST, NBC)
Tough game. Dallas has to wait until the second quarter to score, but then scores on every drive the rest of the way. Boys win 33-2 and go to 14-0

Week 16: Indianapolis Colts (Dec. 21st, 4:30 PM EST, CBS)
No contest. Dallas wins 31-4. Record goes to 15-0

Week 17: @Washington Redskins (Dec. 28th, 1 PM EST, FOX)
Skins need to win to make the playoffs. Dallas says **** that and beats the Skins 27-6. RGIII retires. Dallas with undefeated record at 16-0

I think I have been way too conservative with this schedule. Only issue I see is punter getting 8 safties over the season. Romo finishes with 36 td's - 0 ints - Defense finishes number one in league. Romo is league MVP. Jerry Jones is executive of the year. Garrett coach of the year. 18 Cowboys make Pro Bowl but none appear as we are in the Super Bowl. We defeat the Broncos 31-2. Punter gets his 9 safety of the year. Romo is MVP, and ESPN cries.
Hawk

Hey how did MBC get Bevo's log in code lol
Desperado

Never happen, but a healthy Cowboys team this year will be in the playoffs. We keep almost geting in with couch potatoes. Even if we weren't going to get some blue chippers in the draft, the Cowboys still have a lot of talent when healthy.

But I like your train of thought bevo
Nightrider

I'll drink to that drunken
LoneStar

I've read a few other predictions already. One of them had us at 10-6, the other had us at 9-7.

I like Bevo's the best so far, but I don't think we'll have a clue until preseason is over and we look at out injuries.
El Kabong

Touring around, I see these so called fans predicting a losing season. They are basing this on the defense, saying " same defense same results".

Such utter BS, Bass and Crawford were injured, Selvie did a good job when playing. I'm not even going to try and list all the injuries. The worst Cowboys defense in history, and we went 8-8.

If somebody calls themselves a fan, then there's always hope. Its these little azz's who want so badly to sound like experts. They have no life and just hope for some kind of recognition on forum boards.

A healthy Cowboys team will shock the NFL this year.
BluenSilver4evr

Cowboys' schedule holds a few advantages -- no opponents coming off byes, for one



The Cowboys’ schedule doesn’t have the mostly home-road-home-road pattern of last season, or the home opener and closer.

And it’s backloaded with road games.

But there are small advantages in it.

For one, the Cowboys don’t face any team coming off its bye. No team will get the extra week to prepare for new defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli or play-caller Scott Linehan.

Also, the Cowboys don’t have to travel to a home opener in a rabid environment like last year, when they went to Kansas City and got ambushed. This year, the Cowboys are the home opener for Tennessee.

The Cowboys and 49ers will be on equal footing, schedule-wise, when they open the season at AT&T Stadium. But when the Cowboys host the Saints in a Sunday night game in Week 4, it will be the third road game in four weeks for the Saints. The Saints will have opened with two on the road, at Atlanta and Cleveland, before their home opener.

The next week, the Texans will be in the same kind of stretch. They will come to AT&T Stadium for a third road game in four weeks, having gone to the West Coast for a game against Oakland then the East Coast to play the Giants before coming back for a home game.

And it happens one more time. Two weeks later, the Giants will also be on their third road game in four weeks when they come to Arlington. For the Giants, that road stretch is entirely against the NFC East – at Washington in Week 4, at Philadelphia in Week 6 and at the Cowboys in Week 7.

In Week 6, the Cowboys have to face the Super Bowl champs. But they’ll face a Seahawks team coming off a road Monday night game – a cross-country Monday night game, at that. The Seahawks will have played at Washington, so they’ll start their short week after a late East Coast finish.

In some ways, the schedule sets up. It may all mean nothing, or those small advantages could add up for an edge on a play here and there.

Whatever it means, the Cowboys will take anything they can get by the time they get to December and have to finish with their own stretch of three roadies in four weeks.

-- Carlos Mendez
Hawk

I still think the NFL set us up to lose, 3 out of 4 road games in December, isn't that sweet.

But they did give us a good bye week again this year, somebody in the front office must have screwed up.
LoneStar

BluenSilver4evr wrote:
Cowboys' schedule holds a few advantages -- no opponents coming off byes, for one



The Cowboys’ schedule doesn’t have the mostly home-road-home-road pattern of last season, or the home opener and closer.

And it’s backloaded with road games.

But there are small advantages in it.

For one, the Cowboys don’t face any team coming off its bye. No team will get the extra week to prepare for new defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli or play-caller Scott Linehan.

Also, the Cowboys don’t have to travel to a home opener in a rabid environment like last year, when they went to Kansas City and got ambushed. This year, the Cowboys are the home opener for Tennessee.

The Cowboys and 49ers will be on equal footing, schedule-wise, when they open the season at AT&T Stadium. But when the Cowboys host the Saints in a Sunday night game in Week 4, it will be the third road game in four weeks for the Saints. The Saints will have opened with two on the road, at Atlanta and Cleveland, before their home opener.

The next week, the Texans will be in the same kind of stretch. They will come to AT&T Stadium for a third road game in four weeks, having gone to the West Coast for a game against Oakland then the East Coast to play the Giants before coming back for a home game.

And it happens one more time. Two weeks later, the Giants will also be on their third road game in four weeks when they come to Arlington. For the Giants, that road stretch is entirely against the NFC East – at Washington in Week 4, at Philadelphia in Week 6 and at the Cowboys in Week 7.

In Week 6, the Cowboys have to face the Super Bowl champs. But they’ll face a Seahawks team coming off a road Monday night game – a cross-country Monday night game, at that. The Seahawks will have played at Washington, so they’ll start their short week after a late East Coast finish.

In some ways, the schedule sets up. It may all mean nothing, or those small advantages could add up for an edge on a play here and there.

Whatever it means, the Cowboys will take anything they can get by the time they get to December and have to finish with their own stretch of three roadies in four weeks.

-- Carlos Mendez



This past Wednesday, the NFL officially released the 2014 schedule for all 32 teams.  While it is way too early to really get excited or dejected about anything so trivial, it’s also late April, we’re two weeks from the Draft and we all have an addiction to pro football.  Here at the Landry Hat, we would not be doing our part if we did not break down the schedule for you and have an in-depth analysis of the schedule for you, the fans.

Before I break down each game, individually, there are a few general observations I would like to mention.  At first glance, it would certainly appear that the Dallas Cowboys must be on Commissioner Roger Goodell’s poop list.   Dallas is the only NFC team to have to finish the season with three of their final four games on the road.  If that were not bad enough, those three games could very well be miserable weather wise as Dallas goes to Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. in the month of December.

For the two other teams that have to run such a ridiculous gauntlet of late season road contests, each one of them has something positive to take from it.  Indianapolis has an indoor game (the lone home game for the Cowboys) along with very winnable games against Cleveland and Tennessee.  The only other team with three of their final four games on the road is the Jets and they have an indoor game and a trip to South Florida.  Also of note, Dallas was given a stretch leading into this final month were they have three games in fourteen days.  Ouch.
Desperado

NFL Odds: Cowboys 3.5-point underdogs in season opener - Covers.com
Playing at home in the season opener, Las Vegas has declared the Cowboys underdogs against the 49ers. The Cowboys are 3.5-point underdogs on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 7 in Dallas, according to The Las Vegas Hotel and Casino (LVH) Superbook. The point total is 48.5.
mbc63

This could be the break out year for ole carrott top.

 I see in a realistic view ... 12 n 4 ...

will depend on the play calling and if Romo can get a balanced attack .

run run run till they stop then go pass happy  ....... thats what ole Bill would do.

 we will know by the 5th week . if not,it will be a contending 8 n 8 season .

By the way I start evry year since i was about 10 years old believing the Cowboys would go undefeated .... and they say you cannot teach an ole dawg new tricks ... My Hat Is Off To The Mav .


    Good Day
mbc63

Hawk wrote:


Hey how did MBC get Bevo's log in code lol


enquiring minds would only like to know ... ill never tell hee hee

                   Good Day
BluenSilver4evr

Thanks for sticking that pin in my balloon Lonestar clown
LoneStar

BluenSilver4evr wrote:
Thanks for sticking that pin in my balloon Lonestar clown


Sorry Blue, but there are 2 sides to every thing, and the end of the season for the Cowboys is a farce set up by the NFL. I don't see how anybody could say its not a setup to insure the Cowboys fail.
BevoMav

The Cowboys are backloaded because of the trip to England to play Jax. At least what I read, but playing all division rivals, on the road, in the last 5 games does seem strange.

Cowboys better have a lead after the first half of season or they will be toast.

Oh, and thank Jerry for the trip to England. He's the one who lobied for it.
Hawk

BevoMav wrote:
The Cowboys are backloaded because of the trip to England to play Jax. At least what I read, but playing all division rivals, on the road, in the last 5 games does seem strange.

Cowboys better have a lead after the first half of season or they will be toast.

Oh, and thank Jerry for the trip to England. He's the one who lobied for it.


We'll have a lead, but if its couch potatoes again in December kiss our azz good bye.

I guess the only way to get MBC to post is mention his name geek

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