Oct 12, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; The Dallas Cowboys celebrate after Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten (82) caught a pass for a touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks during the first half at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports
As the Cowboys walk into the first division game at 5-1, you now have a week to pretend the Seahawks were injured or just having a bad day. Just remember who forced them into that bad day. I get it, though. It was a fluke. So let’s move on, right? Wrong. Let’s not.
Let’s cut the proverbial crap and admit that you have a mouth full of humble pie and there are no more excuses as to why the Cowboys are winning. You’re watching your worst fear. The Dallas Cowboys aren’t just good again. They’re elite.
Fun time’s over, haters. The Cowboys are 5-1 and you’re life just got harder to live. You should be more concerned with how on Earth your team is going to beat them and less time tweeting memes. Because those 140 characters can’t stop DeMarco Murray and those Facebook posts won’t make Romo throw an interception.
Is it just me? Or can you hear a rabbit break wind in here? The silence is deafening. Bring on the Giants. We’re hungry and they look like lunch. A “sacked” one to be exact. Go Cowboys.
Honorable Mention: Running back Lance Dunbar, tight end Gavin Escobar, and the entire Dallas Cowboys defense. From the pressure the front four applied to the suffocating coverage by the entire secondary and the bone-rattling hits they laid, they’re not just serviceable. They’re becoming as feared as the offense. In Rod we trust.
Oh, one more thing. This is the third straight week I’ve successfully predicted the opponent’s final score. I should play Powerball or something. It’s time to believe, folks. There just may be seats left on this bandwagon for you (in the back). Salute.