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Dallas Cowboys Vs. St. Louis Rams




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Putting KC in the rear view mirror, time to move on. The defense only gave up 17, and usually that's a win. I see them having another good game this week.

Offense gets rolling behind a running game this week....I have the faith Cowboys make it 2-1.
BluenSilver4evr

still to busy these days to have much time to chat here. I think I last posted in 2011, and I see not much has changed with the Cowboys. I still drop by now and then to read whats been posted.

I know you closed for a long time, and I thought everybody had scattered. To bad I miss the conversation from some of the original members.

If the Cowboys look like they will make a run this year, I'll find time to post again. But right now I just can't invest the time, just wanted to let you know I got the e-mail.

I sure hope Romo and company can get something done this year.

By the way I'm glad you reopened the place again, what happened to Mad Max?
Hawk

BluenSilver4evr wrote:
still to busy these days to have much time to chat here. I think I last posted in 2011, and I see not much has changed with the Cowboys. I still drop by now and then to read whats been posted.

I know you closed for a long time, and I thought everybody had scattered. To bad I miss the conversation from some of the original members.

If the Cowboys look like they will make a run this year, I'll find time to post again. But right now I just can't invest the time, just wanted to let you know I got the e-mail.

I sure hope Romo and company can get something done this year.

By the way I'm glad you reopened the place again, what happened to Mad Max?


Unfortunately a lot of time passed when I closed the board. Some of the guys I'm sure changed their e-mails and moved on. I tried to reach everybody but was not successful it appears.

Adam bought a farm and like you he is to busy to post. QuitesaneMax...well I tried but heard nothing from him.

Some of the guys just wanted to argue, I'm kinda happy they didn't come back. The respect thing gets out of hand, and that takes the fun out of it.

Glad to see you, its been a long time. For sure stop by when you get the chance, I'll keep the lights on for you

cya
Nightrider

Well theres a name from the past lol, some of us originals are still here by the way.

Cowboys are a 4 point favorite right now. Hope the odds makers get it right again this week concerning the Cowboys.

Glad the 9ers lost big time to Seattle, maybe the media will get off our backs this week and go after them.

Why do I already have a feeling this is a must win?
Hawk

St. Louis Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys Odds Preview

The St. Louis Rams and the Dallas Cowboys will both be trying to pick up a win on Sunday when they battle at AT&T Stadium.

Oddsmakers currently have the Cowboys listed as 4-point favorites versus the Rams, while the game's total is sitting at 47.

The Rams were a 31-24 loser in their most recent outing on the road against the Falcons. They failed to cover the 4-point spread as underdogs, while the total score (55) made winners of OVER bettors.

In their last action, Dallas was a 17-16 loser on the road against the Chiefs. They covered the 3-point spread as underdogs, while the combined score (33) was profitable news for UNDER bettors.

Team records:
St. Louis: 1-1 SU, 0-2 ATS
Dallas: 1-1 SU, 2-0 ATS
Desperado

No way in hell we lose this game, we need to be 3-1 when we play Denver.
Hawk

I predict 34-17...Cowboys....


                       
Nightrider

I'm going with 32-17 Cowboys
Hawk

There's been a lot of talk about running the ball this week. Like every week for a year , they talk about the same things over and over again.

But the Rams D-strength is their front 7, their secondary sucks. So this is not the week to go crazy with the run.

Romo better come out and throw the ball on the Rams secondary. Running the ball will do nothing but 3 and outs.
Desperado

Both teams are 1-1.

Both teams average 3.2 yards per rush.

Neither team has a rushing touchdown.

Both teams have scored 5 touchdowns. (Two of the Cowboys were scored by the defense)

The Rams offense on 3rd down: 39%; Cowboys: 30%

Third down conversions allowed on defense: Rams 51%; Cowboys 41%

Turnover margin per game: Dallas +1.5; St. Louis -0.5.
Desperado

Hawk wrote:
I predict 34-17...Cowboys....


                       


I think we get a pick 6 today, and 3 INTs. Cowboys 31-23
BevoMav

I just heard the roof will be closed. This after going outside, two hours before kickoff, and finding not a cloud in the sky and hardly a breath of wind.

Why is the roof closed?
Hawk

I can't remember the last time the Cowboys had a complete effort like this.

Austin is hurt has anybody heard anything?
Nightrider

Everybody showed up during the game. Unreal the way we ran the ball against a good front 7.

With Miles hurt the Williams fans will get their way. Personally Harris is good, he stays at wideout and Beasley should play slot. With Williams rotating in and out.

Great game, looks like Garrett as these guys believing....Kiffin so far is a genius.

Cowboys in first place and no where to go but up.

Giants lost 38-0-----lmfao-----skins lose, this day just can't get any better.
Desperado

whax  wav  whdat

we killed um, haha
Hawk

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys starting wide receiver Miles Austin left Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams with a hamstring injury. Austin suffered the injury while making a catch, ruled out of bounds, early in the third quarter.

Team officials said Austin's return is questionable, but he didn't have his helmet with him as he stood along the sideline in the late stages of the third quarter.

Austin has two catches for 22 yards.

Austin has a history of hamstring injuries and does extra stretching in an attempt to prevent them from reoccurring.

The Cowboys have gone to great lengths to prevent these injuries during training camp and regular-season practices, from monitoring how much running a player does with an electric device, to limiting snaps in practice to keep players fresh.

Austin endured hamstring injuries all of last season but still finished with 66 catches for 943 yards and six touchdowns.
Hawk

Nightrider wrote:
Everybody showed up during the game. Unreal the way we ran the ball against a good front 7.

With Miles hurt the Williams fans will get their way. Personally Harris is good, he stays at wideout and Beasley should play slot. With Williams rotating in and out.

Great game, looks like Garrett as these guys believing....Kiffin so far is a genius.

Cowboys in first place and no where to go but up.

Giants lost 38-0-----lmfao-----skins lose, this day just can't get any better.


For me it just keeps getting better, the 9ers with Kaeperdick are getting killed, for the 2nd week in a row. I bet they wish right now they had Alex Smith back. (by the way I predicted he was a one season wonder lol)

It can still get better, a perfect day all around, Raiders beat Denver for me it will be the perfect day,
Desperado

Okay, I think we all agreed, running against the Rams would not work lmao.

Shows there are no experts posting here lol. By the way Bradford had not been sacked until this game, he can't say that anymore lmao.

Posted by Josh Alper on September 22, 2013, 4:00 PM EDT

Sam Bradford, DeMarcus WareAP
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said this week that the Cowboys needed to run more and run better than they had in the first two weeks of the season.

Missions accomplished.

DeMarco Murray carried the ball 26 times for 175 yards and a touchdown and the Cowboys had more runs than passes as they jumped in front of the Rams early and never looked back. The 31-7 win means they’ll be the only 2-1 team in an NFC East that has not turned out to be one of the more imposing divisions in the NFL. If the Cowboys have more days like Sunday, that may mean they win the division by a comfortable margin.

Murray had plenty of room to run and Tony Romo was sacked just once behind an offensive line that was much better than they were against the Chiefs in Week Two. Romo didn’t turn the ball over while throwing three touchdowns and the defense harassed Sam Bradford all afternoon. They sacked him six times and forced a fumble early in the third quarter to quash any thoughts of a comeback from St. Louis.

If that was the best of the Cowboys on display, the Rams should hope it was their worst. Bradford never had time to throw and there was no running game to keep the heat off of him, but it probably wouldn’t have mattered given how easily the Cowboys offense moved through the Rams. For one week, the Cowboys heeded the calls to Murray and it is only going to lead to more of them

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