Cowboys Crunchtime Podcast, Episode 1.8: Week Three Recap

Yeah, we know what you're smiling at Rob... We're starting to get excited about them, too.

Let's talk about it.

Cowboys Crunchtime returns to the internet airwaves following the Dallas Cowboys 16-10 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Cowboys opened the "at home" portion of their 2012 schedule to mixed reviews. The defense was stellar for pretty much the third consecutive game. Sure, they could have done more in the second half against Seattle, but considering the depleted line, the defense wouldn't be the first, second or third destination for my evaluation venom.

The offense still left something to be desired, but they at least were able to function well enough to put enough points on the board to secure a victory. There were some scary moments, philosophically and in actuality. So if you have 20 minutes of your day to spare, join me in the audio realm as I muse over the Cowboys moving to 2-1 and atop the NFC East standings. Tiebreakers, y'all!

Click here to listen == Cowboys Crunchtime Episode 1.8 <== Click here to listen

If you have some time to spare, take a listen. Hope you enjoy it and if you do; don't forget you can subscribe via iTunes simply by searching in the iTunes store for 'Cowboys Crunchtime' or 'KD Drummond'.

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