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Welcome back folks! Here is Week 2 of Rob and Penn‘s “Sits and Starts“! Again, to help you all out, we are going to shy away from the obvious picks. We have posted the detailed set of rules to which we will hold ourselves over on Pro Football Nostradamus (PFN), Robert’s personal website. To sum […]The post Sits and Starts, Week 2: Kansas City Chiefs to surprise against Dallas Cowboys by Chris Pennell appeared first on Water Cooler Sports.
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The Cowboys moved their Wednesday and Thursday practices to AT&T Stadium this week to lower the temperature and bring up the volume.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said high temperatures were an issue last week during practices at the team's Valley Ranch headquarters, which does not have an indoor facility.
"There were a lot of IVs last week at practice," Garrett...
The Cowboys offense is looking solid but the Chiefs aren't the same push over they were last season.
After going 13-3 week 1, I've started out 1-0 with the Patriot sneaking past the Jets.
We'll continue to learn more about the league after this weeks game.
Here we go:
Carolina @ Buffalo - The Panthers played the Seahawks tough at home and their defense...
According to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star, even though Jamaal Charles (quad) was held out of today’s practice, head coach Andy Reid believes he’ll be OK to play this week against the Cowboys.
Reid said Charles will be held out of practice this afternoon: "We're just taking it slow. I think he'll be OK for the game.''
— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher...
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles did not practice yesterday, but he is expected to play this week when the Chiefs host the Dallas Cowboys. Andy Reid said holding Charles out of practice was just precautionary. Charles did do individual trills, but no team activities to keep from taking any shots to the leg. Charles also acknowledged that he will play this weekend...
New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins says Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones needs to “clean his glasses” for saying he faked an injury during Sunday’s season opener. “Maybe he should get his son-in-law to clean his glasses a little better,” Jenkins said of Jones, via ESPN.com, referring to a video clip of Jones having his glasses wiped by his son-in-law. “I...
On Fridays, we check for your emails and prepare briefly for the next opponent:
So, let's talk about the Chiefs briefly. I readily admit that I would like to spend 2,000 words on the upcoming opponents like I used to, but the way we are doing the blog these days has put far more emphasis on the game behind than the game ahead and most seem to enjoy the Tuesday-Thursday breakdowns...
What does Todd Haley do when you tell him your fiancee’s Dad is a huge Chiefs fan? He signs an autograph with “Chiefs Suck!!” (Credit: Deadspin)
On Sunday afternoon, the Pittsburgh Steelers struggled against the Tennessee Titans. Ultimately, the Steelers went on to lose 16-9 to the Titans. Part of the reason for the loss was the Steelers inept offense which failed to surpass...
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is expected to be
available for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys after
bruising his quad in last weekend's win at Jacksonville.