When You Say Washington. Bad Thoughts Come To Mind. And I'm Not Talking About the Shutdown.

Posted October 12, 2013


On Sunday night we get the dreaded Redskins once again.   Let me just get to the point.  Tossing aside all insincere platitudes.  To say I dislike WAS is a huge understatement.  At this point we badly need a win.  What better way to do so.  Than by declaring war on a bitter rival.  In route to getting on a run at the table of games left.  Optimism is high from last week's performance by DAL's offense.

I can think of no better way of personally making me feel better from the nonsense coming out of the other part of Washington.  Than to put a Texas size butt kicking on a up and coming implacable rival Redskins team.  A convincing win against WAS.  Would go a long way in bringing the Cowboys back into focus.  Getting their act together.  We are due to have a huge bust out against WAS.  

Repeating the fast start on offense.  Keeping stiff pressure on defense.  Will do just nicely.  Forcing a young WAS team to match up.  Which in past games this season have started slow.  They've proven they can come back.  It's my opinion that constant pressure early and often.  The breaking point will occur sooner rather than later.  Realistically, both teams know each other too well, for a high powered game.  The one who turns the ball over less.  Keep's the best field position.  Should win.

However,  Cowboys have a notorious history of playing down to the other team's talent level.  A habit that desperately needs to change.  Cowboys have focus issues.  The talent is there.  The urgency is hugely lacking.  Fix that and the strong finish at the end.  We got something.  I'm still with my Boys through thick and thin.  Go Cowboys,....... Keep up the good work for another week.  The big win will happen.


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