2013 NFL Preview: How Far Can Dallas Go?

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Oct 1, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher (97) and Marcus Lissemore (95) tackle Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte (22) at Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Green Bay 11 5 10.5
Chicago 9 7 8.5
Minnesota 6 10 7
Detroit 6 10 8


Another year will pass and yet another division title will land in Lambeau Field as there is no team in this division that can match the Pack.  While their defense may be a bit shaky, having arguably the best quarterback in the league can make up for a lot of ills.  Chicago made significant changes in the offseason but it will not result in more wins.  Minnesota was a surprise team last year, but a lot of what they did was with smoke and mirrors which only lasts so long.  The Lions will be better than year but not good enough to get out of the cellar.

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  • NYCowboysFan

    The Cowboys offense is going to be EXPLOSIVE this year. I think Murray will stay healthy and the offensive line will be much much improved with the addition of Waters and Frederickson. Talk in camp is that Austin is playing like he did 3-4 years ago, Dez is like a caged animal waiting to attack, and our 12 package is going to cause defenses problems all season. Romo is going to have better protection than he has in years and with all those targets, expect big things from the Boys.

  • Juanito Juanito

    No excuses for cowboys on offense

  • JTracker

    Finally the Cowboys looking like a playoff caliber team. Lets get it done!