If the referees officiate the way they did last week, the Cowboys won’t stand a chance against the Eagles. The Boys need all the help they can get, so a few major bad calls against them will be enough to put them to sleep.
And, yes, those were some bad no calls in Atlanta guys.
• Carson or Dak?
This is the big fight, right? There are many storylines to cater around in this one. But nothing stands out more than the Wentz and Prescott connection.
Wentz is coming to Dallas with MVP-caliber play. Coming off a bye week, he should be prepared to pick the Dallas defense into pieces.
Currently, he owns a 104.1 quarterback rating. He has 23 touchdowns (NFL best) to just 5 interceptions. He is averaging 251 yards a game, which could jump if the Cowboys can’t add pressure or defend the long the ball.
With Jared Goff taking off with the Rams, last year’s quarterback class is turning up the heat. The Wentz or Goff debate is on, and Dak is certainly making waves of his own in the debate.
The battle between Wentz and Prescott is primetime television, and it’ll be that way for years to come.
A win for Dak on Sunday would be a nice statement not only for the Cowboys, but himself as well.