With the Colts and Broncos squaring off this week on Sunday Night Football, some are wondering if Indy, at home with a 4-2 record, can deal the juggernaut Broncos their very first loss of the season. Is this the week Denver falls?
Tony Romo has everyone talking again after another late-game mistake, this time an interception that spoiled the first 500-yard passing game in Dallas history.
With the seemingly incomparable and record-setting offense set to square off against the monumentally futile Jacksonville Jaguars this week, the line of Denver -28 ties a record for the biggest spread ever set.
The Dallas Cowboys defense has given up an average of 409 yards a game this season. While owner Jerry Jones said he wants to cut Monte Kiffin some slack, something needs to change soon.
The Cowboys tried hard. Participation ribbons for everyone. There are no moral victories in professional sports, especially for the Dallas Cowboys.
The Dallas quarterback displayed the full power of his offense from the earliest moments of Sunday’s shootout with Denver, though the first 500-yard passing game in team history was spoiled by a late interception
I suggested this on Friday’s edition of New School and it DEFINITELY holds true today. Yesterday’s classic shoot-out with the Broncos was a GOOD loss for the Cowboys.
While many are calling the Cowboys’ 51-48 loss to the Broncos a “good loss” or “moral victory”, head coach Jason Garrett isn’t willing to use either label.
Tony Romo threw for over 500 yards and Peyton Manning threw for over 400 while the two combined for nine touchdown passes as the Denver Broncos beat the Dallas Cowboys, 51-48.
That 2-3 record actually places Dallas in a first-place tie in the lame NFC East. And there is no grand shame in losing to the undefeated Broncos, who average an incredible 45 points per game.
Dallas receiver Miles Austin will miss his second straight game with a hamstring problem, and Denver cornerback Champ Bailey is still out with a foot injury.
The last time Manning faced the Cowboys, he went 36 of 48 for 365 yards and two touchdowns, but also threw four interceptions in Indianapolis’ 38-35 overtime loss Dec. 5, 2010.