Found December 22, 2011 on
NBC Dallas- Fort Worth:
By the time the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles kick off at 3:15 PM this Saturday, there’s a good chance that we’ll already know whether or not the Giants won their matchup with the Jets, and in turn, whether the Cowboys will be able to clinch the division with a victory over Philly.
But according to quarterback Tony Romo, the Cowboys won’t be focused on that, even if the Giants-Jets game goes final in time for Dallas to take notice. Romo told reporters this week--and we tend to agree with him here--that the Cowboys would be better served by focusing solely on their opponents Saturday. You know, the guys that roughed them up 34-7 in their meeting in Philly earlier this year.
"We don't think about anything other than just playing these guys this week," Romo said, per the Dallas Morning News. "It's literally nothing less or more than that. We're out here to beat the Eagles, that's all we can control. That's what we're going to go out an...
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Four-time Pro Bowl CB Asante Samuel (hamstring) was ruled out for Saturday’s game in Dallas.
The 30-year-old had three interceptions, a forced fumble and 30 tackles while playing every game for the Birds this season.
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It’s that time of week. Time to man up and make your pick for this week’s game. Get it right, and your kids will get presents this year! YAY! A good parent always gambles enough to provide for the little ones. Here we go:
Six of 10 ESPN Experts: Eagles. On the road? Hoo boy.
Yahoo! Users: Eagles. (no score)
Mike Silver: Eagles. (no score)
Pete Prisco (CBS): Cowboys.
The Giants’ pass coverage has been abysmal. Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers and Tony Romo carved the Giants up. Rex Grossman kept converting third downs. There have been plenty of open receivers over the last month against the mostly zone coverage employed by defensive coordinator Perry Fewell.