Jake Wall, Post-Game Columnist/Staff Writer, Sport DFW
This is going to be an extremely hard game for the Cowboys to win. I do not think that the Saints will blow-out the Cowboys but I just can’t see Dallas winning this one. Drew Brees and the Saints offense is just too much for this Dallas defense to handle.
The Cowboys have to run the ball and they have to do so more than 20 times. They need to keep Brees and Company on the sidelines and they need to keep the crowd noise down. I look for Dallas to have success running the ball with DeMarco Murray and attacking down the field with Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams.
Prediction: The Saints beat the Cowboys in a close, hard fought game 30-24
Sep 22, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan celebrates after a Kenny Vaccaro interception in the fourth quarter of their game against the Arizona Cardinals at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports
Justin Thomas, Staff Writer, Sport DFW
The Cowboys snatched victory from the Jaws of defeat last week against this Vikings. This week will present a much tougher challenge. The Saints are 6-2, undefeated at home, and are ready to feast on a weak Dallas seconday. My preseason prediction was this to go down as a loss. I still feel this way. The Cowboys will face a fired up Rob Ryan and I have no doubt he will try to blitz the heck out of this sorry offensive line. In the end, the Cowboys cannot take protect Romo, then this is a lost cause.
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