Dallas Cowboys: The Star Also Rises

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Let’s for a moment, for a split second, be okay with a win. Let us give thanks. To our Dallas Cowboys. And to all the haters around the nation who just can’t let Cowboy Nation enjoy these late season, defining wins.
You say, Cowboys over the Giants is no big deal? Dallas beats Oakland? So what?Nov 28, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) gives a signal in the fourth quarter against the Oakland Raiders during a NFL football game on Thanksgiving at AT

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Let’s for a moment, for a split second, be okay with a win. Let us give thanks. To our Dallas Cowboys. And to all the haters around the nation who just can’t let Cowboy Nation enjoy these late season, defining wins.

You say, Cowboys over the Giants is no big deal? Dallas beats Oakland? So what?

I once heard whispers, not long ago, that the Cowboys had no business balling with New York or Oakland. That ultimately, they would fold. Lose?

“See!” they would say.

Fast forward. 2-0 record. Crickets.

That’s all we hear.

I predicted the Cowboys would, and in my words, “crush” the New York Giants. And they did. It wasn’t a blow out; it was much worse for New York. Dallas left the stadium with their hearts. With their pride. Their blood. Last I saw it was New York hands to face crying — not Dallas.

I predicted the Cowboys would win against the Raiders, setting up a 7-5 record. Now, for the first time this season, the team now has a firm grasp on the steering wheel.

Forgive us for having a smile. For having a little faith. For actually believing the Cowboys might slip into the playoffs.

Like it or not, the Cowboy star is rising. Here are four reasons why:

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