1. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers
No surprises here. Dallas already lost, albeit narrowly, to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1. So even if the Cowboys and Bucs end up tied, Tampa will take the tiebreaker. After a divisional rivalry matchup against the Saints in Week 15, the Bucs have, by far, the easiest end of year schedule in the NFC. They face the Panthers twice, then the Jets. Although the Saints are hoping to get a few players back from COVID-19 and injury, our money is still with Tampa Bay.
It’s hard to doubt a team led by names like Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Rob Gronkowski, and Leonard Fournette. Oh. And the greatest football player of all time, Tom Brady. I wouldn’t want to face Brady in the regular season, and I definitely wouldn’t want to see him in the playoffs. The GOAT knows how to win games and has a squad of excellent players to help him do it.
On the other side of the ball, defensive end Ndamukong Suh and nose tackle Vita Vea would love the opportunity to further derail a dismal Cowboys offense. I mean, Vea is literally willing to lose teeth over victories.
This team is stacked on both sides of the ball. It’s no surprise they are the clear favorites to not only make it to the Super Bowl, but win it as well. We’d love to see a rematch between the Cowboys and the Bucs, but the odds are not in Dallas’ favor.
The playoffs are just a few weeks away, and Cowboys fans are hungry to see their team do something in the postseason. If they want to do that, they’ll have to get through these four enemies.