Staff Game Predictions: Dallas Cowboys vs. San Diego Chargers

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One of the benefits The Landry Hat has over other Dallas Cowboys sites is the size of our staff. Made up of die-hard cowboys fans from various parts of the world gives us a unique  and varied perspective I think our readers enjoy. It also affords us a great number of opinions on all things Cowboy. One of our most we’ll received articles is always our staff predicti0ns for games. I’m happy to announce that tradition continues below. Enjoy!

August 18, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) and San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) after the preseason game at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers won 28-20. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Steven Mullenax, Editor: The Chargers have had all their games decided by just three points this season. They’ve been on the road for two of their first three games, losing to both the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans. Their lone victory was against the struggling Philadelphia Eagles.  I see the Cowboys dominating the Chargers via their running game and having the upper-hand on time of possession. Cowboys over the “Super” Chargers, 36-20.

Damon Smith, Staff Writer: Huge games from Murray and Dez against a poor defense leads to a high scoring game. Constant pressure from the D-Line forces Rivers to a late INT that seals it. Cowboys 34, Chargers 24.

John Bankston, Staff Writer: San Diego’s offensive line is badly banged up, Phillip Rivers grows roots in the pocket, and last week Big D tallied four sacks when dropping seven into coverage. Remember after the draft when Jerry said he considered the defensive line a “strength?” Did you rip him a new one? It’s still early, sure, but not too early for you to eat some crow. Dallas 23-10.

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