Landry Hat Podcast: Chiefs Outlast Cowboys, Blown Calls, Too Many Mistakes

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This week:

Special guest Matt Thornton, writer for The Landry Hat joins tonight’s podcast. We are also again joined by our co-host Kyle Minton of the Dallas Cowboys Update, as we discuss the Dallas Cowboys lose to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week Two on the NFL season.

Here are some of the highlights from tonight’s show:

  • Intro
  • A running Alex Smith
  • Bad Play-calling by Bill Callahan?
  • Romo bad throws/bad decisions
  • DeMarco Murray stalled again – more him or O-line?
  • Bad officiating – blown calls
  • Defense – no turnovers
  • Punts and field position
  • Next week: St. Louis Rams @ Dallas thoughts?

That and much, much more in a info-packed show!


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