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HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF...
PERFECT 4-0 NCAAF Saturday - PERFECT 2-0 NFL/NCAAF Thursday - SIZZLIN' 4-1 NFL Last Sunday.
It's all just "ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE" for The Iceman, who is widely recognized as one of the sharpest minds in the industry.
This is a Free #NFL play on the Dallas #Cowboys.
That’s right! I am going with the Cowboys again this week. Even though they disappointed in a home loss to San Francisco in Week 1, they still came out of that game with plenty of positives. They had more total yards, more first downs, and an edge in time of possession. They also held the 49ers scoreless in the second half.
Last week against Tennessee, we saw a power running game and a strong defense dominate an inferior opponent on the road. I think last week’s game gives us a more accurate look at what this team is all about. With DeMarco Murray running all over the opposition, we should expect a similar showing here in St. Louis this week. It’s important to note that Murray has punished the Rams throughout his career, averaging 218 yards per game against them.
The Rams were expected to be tough defensively this year, but there has been little indication of that in the first two weeks. They allowed Buccaneers backup Bobby Rainey to run for 144 yards on 22 carries last week.
Dallas QB Tony Romo still seems to be suffering rust (or lingering effects from off-season surgery), as he hasn’t looked sharp in the first two games. It’s reasonable to expect him to work himself back into shape as the season progresses, but regardless the visitors have the edge at the quarterback position with the Rams starting Austin Davis (third stringer).
If you though throwing for 235 yards in his debut against the Bucs was a good sign, perhaps you will be forced to reconsider after the Bucs were exposed in a 52-14 loss on Thursday night.
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