I just got done watching an aggravating and ludicrous segment on NFL Network centering around this week's matchup with the New England Patriots. Steve Wyche (Who is this guy?) was interviewing Heath Evans (The creator of Heath candy bars?) and he was praising the Patriots, and basically said the Cowboys have NO CHANCE of beating New England. No Chance? So I guess we should just not show up on field at all on Sunday.
It seems that once again the Cowboys are playing a game in which they have no chance at all of victory. Well, according to the "intelligent" experts that is. This is really starting to remind me of a certain game a couple years ago. Where the Cowboys were in a must win scenario to stay alive in the playoff hunt, and their opponent was none other than the undefeated New Orleans Saints. Everyone said that the Boys had no chance of winning this game, and guess what? We won. We stunned the world with a 24-17 victory. The Saints were no longer undefeated and we rolled to a playoff berth, a NFC east title, and a wildcard playoff win over the Philadelphia Eagles. We would eventually get embarrassed in Minny which was an abrupt sad end to the 2009 season. But our backs were against the wall against New Orleans and we won a game that we supposedly had zero chance of winning. But this isn't the only time a Cowboys team has won a game they were guaranteed to lose. Back in the 2006 season when Tony Romo came out of nowhere, he lead the Cowboys to a stunning victory over the undefeated Indianapolis Colts 21-14. Which brings me to this Sunday, our backs are against the wall again. And history seems to be repeating itself because no one is giving this team a chance. Which is good, because we like it that way.
WHO DAT DEM COWBOYS!
Saints @ Cowboys: Inside the NFL (via DCBStar)