Following a masterful performance by the Dallas Cowboys over the Chiefs, here are 10 things we learned about Big D. The fight is on, Cowboys Nation.
Well, I have to be honest, I didn’t see the Dallas Cowboys handling the Chiefs the way they did.
Dallas Cowboys 28, Kansas City Chiefs 17.
Now, if you were to tell me a week ago that this game wouldn’t go down as a thriller, that the Boys would control the game most of the time, I’d be thrilled, of course, but very doubtful.
Let’s face the facts here. The Cowboys and Chiefs contest was the beginning of a very difficult stretch for Dallas. The team responded well, but things won’t get any easier with Ezekiel Elliott‘s potential suspension.
Oh, that tough stretch I keep talking about? Our Boys head to Atlanta to face the Falcons (4-4), then head home to visit arguably the best team in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles (sorry, but I did just say best.)
Then after the Chargers visit in week 12, it’s back to back fights with the Redskins and Giants. And to the end the season, the Cowboys got the Raiders, Seahawks and the Eagles again.
So, does this win over the Chiefs feel good? Should we be slapping virtual high-fives here and there? You bet. Cause, my dear friend, it ain’t going to get easy from here on out.
So, lick every drip of winning hot sauce off your fingers after this mighty win.
Oh, to help you with that victory dance, here are 10 things we learned about the Dallas Cowboys following our victory formation.
1. Love that Sean Lee
Number 50 is at every corner of the field. He led the game with 12 tackles, two of them for a loss. When Lee is on the field, offenses know. The Dallas Cowboys defense is just simply better with him in uniform.
Do the Cowboys fall to the Kansas Chiefs if he was hurt? Is that comment a stretch? I don’t think so. When healthy, he’s one of the best linebackers in the game.