The Cowboys showed some pre-turkey holiday jitters in Sunday’s win vs. Cleveland, and that’s not a good sign. It’s not a good sign when you are having to play from behind a team like the Browns, especially at home.
For the most part of Sunday’s game, Dallas was exactly what they didn’t want to be, the turkeys being examined before they get cooked for Thanksgiving, or something like that. But the Browns, like they have shown a tendency for all season long, stopped playing good football, and somehow, apparently absent mindedly allowed the Turkey out of the oven, or something like that, as well. When this happens, well, the whole meal is ruined, for some, and for the Browns, it was ruined, or it’s messed up, just a bit, and at Thanksgiving, you can’t have that. The Cowboys had that on Sunday, and with just four days until Thanksgiving day, the Cowboys have the Redskins on Thursday. — Dallas can’t let Washington make them the official holiday meal, or else they may not make the playoffs, if that happens, the Cowboys won’t have much to be thankful for on Thursday.
Thomas Brunt is the sports-editor for his high school paper: “The Hawk” and is an inside sports-reporter for his school, and other wire service blogs. Follow his personal Twitter Feed: @SPORTSDUDE350, email him you’re sports comments/questions/rants/opinions here: firstname.lastname@example.org