Cowboys Must Come Through Saturday To Make Last Week’s Win Meaningful.

January 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cowboys did a great job on Sunday. With their 24-0 thrashing of the Eagles, they simultaneously broke their nine game season finale losing streak, recorded back-to-back shutouts for the first time ever, and avenged their 44-6 loss to the Philadelphia last season with the playoffs on the line. 
However, all of that means nothing if the Cowboys don't beat the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday night.
The Cowboys need to stay focused; they're a sexy pick in the NFC right now, with the Vikings losing two in a row before beating a defeated Giants team, and the Saints losing their last three games of the season. 
Head coach Wade Phillips has to make sure his team doesn't caught up in the hype like in years past. He also has to get them ready for a more intense Philly team. Donovan  McNabb called Sunday's game a "humbling experience" and you can bet they'll make some changes in game planning and personnel.
However with a short week the Cowboys have an advantage. They ...

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