Found September 28, 2013 on The Football Fan Spot:
Dallas Cowboys (2-1) at San Diego Chargers (1-2) One of the things that’s important to do when picking games is to take into account the schedule dynamic. Football is a physically and mentally demanding sport and teams are not at 100% in terms of their concentration and level of play in every game. This is a big part of the reason why upsets happen. It’s very important to try to figure out when this is a factor. I definitely think it is this week. The Chargers are home underdogs here before they go to Oakland next week, where they will be road favorites. The Chargers will be 100% focused here for a superior opponent with no distraction on schedule. The Cowboys, well, that might not be the case for them. They are road favorites before they will be home dogs next week in Denver. They already have more wins than the rest of the division combined and a huge benchmark home game against the Broncos next week. It’s reasonable to believe that they might not care so much about a game in San ...

Same Old Chargers Or Will San Diego Step Up Against the Cowboys

After bringing in a new GM and a new coach this offseason, San Diego appeared to turn a corner with a last-second win over the Eagles in Week 2. But not so fast; why does it seem this franchise continues to choke in close games? It was only one victory, but to Philip Rivers it meant so much more.  Two Sundays ago, he stood on the sideline with his hands on his knees, a wide grin...

Tony Romo set to light up the Chargers even without Miles Austin

Week 4 QB Starts: Tony Romo vs. San Diego San Diego has faced three Quarterbacks this season with just one of them ranked inside the ‘typical top 12′ (Michael Vick). A player you’re starting week in and out in fantasy leagues. They’ve made every one of their opponents very fantasy relevant. Jake Locker’s 299 yards passing are the lowest total given up by San Diego this...

Same Old Cowboys, 8-8 here we come

The Cowboys are like a junkie, you think they turned a corner then they relapse and revert back to their predictable ways. This team had a chance to start a winning streak, but now we’re left with more questions than answers – we stink. Everyone was touting how we would have our way with the Chargers low rated pass and run defense. Lol, give me a break, these bumbling idiots...

Can DeMarco and DeMarcus carry the Cowboys to victory in San Diego?

Looking for the best Dallas Cowboys blog? Look no further. You found it. Congratulations! Silver and BlueBlood - The Essential Dallas Cowboys Blog | Totally Biased * Highly Opinionated * UnapologeticLast week, DeMarco Murray had a breakout game against the St. Louis Rams. He went off for 175 yards on 26 carries. His ability to gouge the defense bought Tony Romo time in the pocket...

Dwight Freeney injuries knee

San Diego Chargers’ linebacker Dwight Freeney hurt his knee when his leg was caught on the turf at Qualcomm Stadium. Freeney was able to walk off the field on his own but it did not look good as his knee looked like it twisted awkwardly as he was being blocked to the ground. The Chargers can’t afford to loose Freeney. He was only signed when the team lost Melvin Ingram to a torn...

Jerry Jones: Jason Garrett is young, still evolving

We think Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones meant this to be a compliment to his head coach Jason Garrett, but as we know, Jones just has a way of explaining things that always seem to make headlines. When speaking about the head coach on his KRLD 105.3 FM radio show, Jones said Garrett isn't planted in one offensive system like former coach and OC Ernie Zampese, who installed...

Rivers' 401 yards, 3 TDs lead Chargers over 'Boys

Philip Rivers and the rest of the San Diego Chargers made sure they didn't let a fourth-quarter lead slip away against the Dallas Cowboys. Rivers threw for 401 yards and three touchdowns, including a 56-yarder to Antonio Gates, and the San Diego Chargers rallied to beat the Cowboys 30-21 Sunday. The Chargers (2-2) had blown late leads in their two losses this season. On Sunday...

Mile Austin misses a third straight day of practice

Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin missed a third straight day of practice on Friday as he continues to nurse a hamstring injury. Looking doubtful for Miles Austin. He's not at practice. But Dwayne Harris is out here for first time this week — Todd Archer (@toddarcher) September 27, 2013 I will be shocked if Austin plays this Sunday against the Chargers. Need NFL Tickets?...

Rivers' 401 yards, 3 TDs lead Chargers vs. Cowboys

SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Philip Rivers and the rest of the San Diego Chargers made sure they didn't let a fourth-quarter lead slip away against the Dallas Cowboys. Rivers threw for 401 yards and three touchdowns, including a 56-yarder to Antonio Gates, and the San Diego Chargers rallied to beat the Cowboys 30-21 Sunday. The Chargers (2-2) had blown late leads in their two losses this...

Miles Austin Not Practicing Friday

Cowboys receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) missed another practice on Friday and his availability for Sunday is in doubt.Fantasy Spin:Austin left Sunday's game with a hamstring injury and has to have the most fragile hammy of any football player as he sufferes from the problem avery season. Since he's yet to haul in more than 75 yards worth of passes or a touchdown in any...

Philip Rivers throws the most Philip Rivers interception

Chargers down 3 offensive linemen against Cowboys

Left tackle King Dunlap, right tackle Jeromey Clary and left guard Chad Rinehart are inactive for the San Diego Chargers against the Dallas Cowboys. Two other starters inactive Sunday are cornerback Shareece Wright and wide receiver Malcom Floyd. Mike Harris is expected to start for Dunlap, Johnnie Troutman for Rinehart and Rich Ohrnberger for Clary. Johnny Patrick is due to start...

San Diego Chargers rookie Manti Te’o will debut this weekend

San Diego Chargers rookie Manti Te’o will debut Sunday when the Dallas Cowboys visit Qualcomm Stadium. Te’o inked a four-year contract worth in excess of $5 million a few weeks after being taken with the 38th pick in April. Unfortunately, the 6-foot-1, 241 pound Te’o has been shelved since suffering a sprained right foot in an August 8 exhibition game against the Seattle Seahawks...

In-Game Dialogue: Cowboys vs. Chargers

The Chargers battle America's Team on Sunday as they look to give Mike McCoy his first win in front of the home fans. Talk about all of the action as it unfolds inside this game-day discussion.

Insider's Perspective: Bolts-Cowboys

The Chargers are learning how to finish -- on Sunday, they did so emphatically. San Diego scored the game's final 20 points in a 30-20 win over the visiting Cowboys. We analyze Mike McCoy's first home victory by looking at what worked, what didn't and what's next.
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