Cowboys competitiveness or Packers experience: Who wins?

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NFL: Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins
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One last point here, every athlete who gets to the NFL level is a fierce competitor; in fact it’s his competitiveness that has caused the owners to sign him via advice from the head coach, position coaches and team scouts. Hence, that is why it is so vitally important to sign football players when they are youngsters attempting to impose themselves as household names such as Dak and Zeke.

Moreover, quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott do garner their competitors attention and the two of them coincidentally just happen to be on the Cowboy roster in 2016. The bottom line is this; they are prime examples of rookies who have instilled just as much fear in their opponents psyche as a seasoned veteran quarterback for the Packers named Rodgers.

One thing for sure that a pragmatic person would agree on is the fact that regardless if it’s an outstanding record breaking duo or arguably the single best passer in NFL history, it takes eleven men working tirelessly together with everyone doing his job to an optimal level and beyond to win at the highest level in the National Football League.

That being said, if the Cowboys record breaking rookies continue to live up to or exceed the lofty standards of which has propelled their team to being the number one seed in the NFC, then victory shall be achieved.

But it shall not be exclusively because of experience, competitiveness or the use of both simultaneously on either side. That’s because it shall be a combination of many factors within the game itself that propels one team over the other in a sixty-minute NFL contest.

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However and most importantly, victory more times than not shall be the prize for the team of football players who are cognizant and simultaneously active during the most appropriate seconds and moments that changes the dynamics in their teams favor, during the most critical times of the game.