Found October 07, 2013 on
Football and Futbol:
This Dallas Cowboy team has all the talent in the world, but it always seems like they can never make the plays needed to win.
Now let’s get something straight. Tony Romo did not lose the game for the Cowboys last Sunday against the Denver Broncos even though he threw an interception late in the fourth quarter that led to the game-winning field goal by Matt Prater. Dallas wouldn’t even been in the game without Romo. When a quarterback throws for over 500 yards and leads an offense to 48 points that team usually wins the game.
However, I think we all realize Peyton Manning and the Broncos are not a normal team. Their Madden-like offense was pretty much unstoppable. They scored on every drive except for 2. They didn’t have to punt at any time during the game. That’s just ridiculous.
No matter how good an offense is though, the defense is still expected to get stops. The Cowboy defense didn’t execute this. They did force 2 turnovers, including Manning’s first interception of the year, but otherwise they were horrible. No team can give up 51 points and expect to win. Now the Denver defense obviously wasn’t much better because they gave up 48 points. Nevertheless, they made a play when they needed it the most.
That’s what separates the Cowboys from an elite team like the Broncos. They have shown they can compete with any team in the league, but they either can’t make a crucial play, or they make a crucial mistake that causes them to lose.
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Cowboys release S Will Allen. From starter to out in five weeks.
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) October 8, 2013
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