It's time for the Cowboys to play the Rams. Here is a look at the latest news about the game.
If you are lucky enough to be headed out, it is going to be a beautiful day for tailgating. It is expected to be partly cloudy with a high in the low 80s.
The big news regarding the Rams of course is that Sam Bradford is out and A. J. Feeley is in. Here is hoping that Feeley does not have a surprisingly good day against the Cowboys. Unfortunately, he does have experience in beating Dallas.
The Cowboys have their own lineup change of note with DeMarco Murray stepping in for Felix Jones. We will get a chance to see if the draft choice spent on Murray was worth it, and maybe Phillip Tanner will finally get a snap or two.
The St Louis paper has 7 Things to Watch on their website. Anybody surprised that DeMarcus Ware is #1?
Meanwhile, the San Antonio paper has Five things to watch. I guess they are not as good at multitasking.
More hot topics after the jump.
Rob Ryan is never dull. He had a lot to say about his brother Rex's comments that he would have won some bling if he had been hired by the San Diego Chargers instead of Norv Turner. Basically he blames it all on sibling rivalry.
"The multiplicity thing is really ring envy. It's ring envy. His twin brother has two rings, his dad has three rings, he only has one, so you can see the multiplicity thing. It's embarrassing, because it's all about the family. It's a sibling rivalry, and Norv got in the way of a sibling rivalry."
Meanwhile, Jason Garrett is not blaming Tony Romo for the way things have gone in the first five games.
“There is absolutely no issue with my trust level with Tony Romo,” Garrett said. “Anybody who has followed this team understands the trust I have in him.”
Many people are thinking this could be the chance for the Cowboys to finally win a game by more than four points. However, Dallas is not taking St Louis lightly. Despite this little tidbit.
The Rams have scored a measly 49 points - two field goals less than Dallas' kicker alone has scored. And offense is St. Louis' strong suit. The Rams have the NFL's third-worst defense and are at the bottom when it comes to stopping the run.
And finally, both the Cowboys and the Rams really need a win.
Enjoy the game. Hopefully we are all smiling after it ends.