2010 NFL Predictions: Dallas Cowboys

August 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Last season, the Dallas Cowboys got a huge monkey off their back when they recorded their first playoff win in 13 years. Now, the expectations have been raised. Owner Jerry Jones wants to see his Cowboys playing in Super Bowl XLV, in their new Cowboys Stadium come February.
The Cowboys boast one of the most balanced offensive attacks in the NFL. Pro Bowl quarterback Tony Romo and a talented receiving unit helped Dallas put the sixth-best passing offense on the field last year.
Led by Marion Barber, a talented running back corps also helped the Cowboys feature the seventh-best running attack.
Romo is as fun a quarterback to watch as there is in the NFL.  I love the way this guy can scramble to buy time. He was terrific in 2009, when he threw for nearly 4,500 yards and 26 touchdowns with just nine interceptions.
Romo will have no shortage of weapons to work with in the receiving unit. Wide receiver Miles Austin had a coming out party in 2...

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