Dallas Cowboys Romped In Mile High City

The Dallas Cowboys looked real bad Saturday. Sorry for the longest absence I have ever had from the site, but I had some business to take care of, and I had to retool a bit for the coming season.

The biggest news from Saturday’s game was the injury to Miles Austin, who was vying for that third reciever spot. He sprained his knee and right now it’s not known how much time he will miss.

The Cowboys lost 23-13, and had a chance to tie it with third stringer Richard Bartel, but he threw an interception that was almost returned for a touchdown.

The defense, first and second teams, looked awful, The tackling was ridiculously bad. The first-team defense got brutally abused by the Broncos. The penalities hurt even more, a sign that the team is not disciplined enough (See Camp Marshmallow post).

The Cowboys are now 0-2 in preseason. Nothing really to fret about, but what we are learning is we’re not looking invincible, and if god forbid there are major injuries to starters, the Cowboys could be in some deep, deep trouble.

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Miles Austin, Richard Bartel

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