Dallas Cowboys: Who Gets Most Of The Blame?

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Buehler? Buehler?

Is David Buehler the sole person to blame for the Dallas Cowboys loss on Christmas Day?

No, he isn't. You can't put game down to one missed extra point. The Cowboys gave up two pick sixes in the first half, and allowed rookie quarterback John Skelton to throw for 183 yards and one touchdown.

The Arizona Cardinals are a bad team with a very bad defense, but they no longer have Derek Anderson starting for them, which means they have a quarterback who automatically is going to make better decisions, especially if the game is on the line.

That being said, the Cowboys still almost won the game, but it was the early deficit that really killed the game for them. If the 2010 season has taught us anything, it's that it doesn't matter how bad the team you're playing is, you have to play four quarters, and you can't rely on luck to get you through.

For a look at the "worst" moments of the week check out Worst of the Worst.


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