Found November 06, 2011 on The Landry Hat:
As the Dallas Cowboys prepare to play the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday, the phrase “must-win” is being used an awful lot. I think the Cowboys do need to win this game, not because of their record or the number of games they trail the divisionleader, but because Seattle is not a very good team: if you can not defeat below average teams at home, you have no business going to the playoffs. In addition, the offense needs to play well if they want to convince anyone that last week’s impotency was a fluke.As I mentioned in my preview of the defense, I watched the Seahawks vs Bengals game as preparation for this week. I haven’t watched a Seahawks game since the last time they played the Cowboys, so all of my observations are based on that one game.Click on the link to read my observations about the Seattle defense. … [visit site to read more]Dallas Cowboys vs Seattle Seahawks Preview: Offense - The Landry Hat - The Landry Hat - A Dallas Cowboys Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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