Kenny Spotz, Staff Writer: Barbeque is great. The Cowboys play better though, 27-10.
Tyrone Starr, Staff Writer: This is a tough game for lots of reasons. A road game, in a strong environment versus an AFC opponent and coming off a win versus a divisional foe brings the possibility of let down. These are the games that the Cowboys need to win though to take that next step and I don’t think the Chiefs have enough playmakers to challenge Dallas. Cowboys 27, Chiefs 17.
Brad Austin, Senior Writer: Deafening crowd noise will certainly cause miscues. KC added an accomplished head coach and legit QB to go with their star RB and salty defense. The Cowboys must weather the early storm and get to halftime within a score. The low scoring dogfight will ultimately be won in the trenches. Under a relentless Romo, Dallas proved last year they never concede defeat until the final whistle. Cowboys 20, Chiefs 16.
Artie Cappello, Senior Writer: This is a game we can easily lose. The Chiefs are an unknown with new leadership, a new QB and an improved defense. Six turnovers were the only reason the Cowboys won last week. In fact that stat was about the only good thing about that game – besides the win, of course. Cowboys 24 – Chiefs 17.
Kerrie Wong, Staff Writer: The Cowboys offense will get it together, while their defense will continue to force those turnovers. The Cowboys win, 31-14.
Robert H. Carroll, Staff Writer: I’m in Kansas City for the game and haven’t met a single resident that believes the Chiefs have a chance. Chiefs will wish they could play the Jaguars again as the Cowboys roll. Final score: Cowboys 24 – 9.