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"The Dallas Cowboys destroyed the New Orleans Saints 24-17

Updated on December 22, 2009

"The Dallas Cowboys Destroyed The New Orlean Sainte 24-17"

"The Dallas Cowboys Destroyed the New Orleans Saint 24-17"

The Dallas Cowboys showed up at the New Orleans Super dome with guns in hands to end the winning life of the New Orleans Saints. The Cowboys had a shoot out at the New Orleans Saint own corral last night and won the fight. The Saints wanted to put another notch on their belt, but the Cowboys needed to win, and the way they played the Saint; showed how much the Cowboys needed to win. Dallas played rough and tough football last night down at the Super dome. The Cowboys met the New Orleans saints with a destroying vengeance; to let them know they wasn't a fighting contention.

The coin was flipped, Dallas called tails, but heads won it, so New Orleans got the ball; Dallas kicked to the Saints, but the Saint couldn't get any field traction, so they played three and out. The Cowboys had played seventeen straight games without scoring in the first quarter; but last night would be different, The saints kicked the ball to Dallas, they made a play and Romo hit "Wonder-boy Austin for a 49 yard touch down for the Cowboys, they made the conversion, the score 7-0 Dallas favor. The Cowboys kicked the ball back to the Saints, and Bree's tried to play ball with precision but couldn't make a score, ;so, the Cowboys threw a monkey wrench in to the mix and stop the saints. The Saints kicks the ball back to Dallas and they played offensive football, Romo finally hit Marian the Barbarian for a second touch down for the Dallas Cowboys, the conversion was made: the score now 14-0 Dallas leads Saints.

The Saint were stunned ,and in shock over how fast Dallas score two touch downs. The cowboys check Drew Bree's and and sack him quite a few times an d Romo was getting his share too. If the Saint didn't know it ; the cowboys wasn't taking no for answer last night. Dallas kicked the ball bac\k to the Saints, but with fast thinking,the defense kept attacking Drew Bree's and they had to give up the ball again, without a score. Dallas got the ball back and played football expertly, but unfortunate foe the Cowboys, that Folk couldn't 't kick a field goal if his life depended on it. Dallas kicks the ball back to the Saint with fifty-four seconds on the clock; the Saints tried to play hard , but the Mighty Cowboys kept them at bay. Time ran out for half time. I was sure that once the
Saint had half time they were going to come out with their Gatling gun and put a lot of hurt on Dallas. I was pleasantly surprised when Dallas came back, fighting and playing just as hard as they did when before they left. Dallas added up good yardage but didn't score and had to give the b all back to the New Orleans Saints. The Saint finally rustled up a field goal and got on the board with Dallas leading 14 -3.

The ball was kicked back to Dallas in the third quarter, Romo gets sacked, but he quickly regrouped and hit Marian the Barbarian again, for another Dallas touch down, making the score 24 -3. The Saint gets the ball back and decide to get some action going by dumping, a short hit until they landed a touch down into the end zone, the crowed roared, they got really noisy, because they wanted the Saints to get their momentum so they could win the game. The score now 24-10 in favor of Dallas.  The crowd came back to life and started to making loud noise again; so much noise that Dallas couldn't hear , but Dallas used their cowboy instincts and stopped Drew Bree's and the Saints at every turn.  The ball went back to Dallas; they go down the field and attempted, the last field goal of the night and you could see the fear and pressure on Folk the kicker, he kicked and missed again;    the crowd was glad and so was the Saints.

Dallas kicks back to New Orleans,Bree's started with the dump-offs, fast throws  and hit one of his receiver and he ran down the field like a scalded dog to make the touch down for the Saints, with the conversion the score now 24-17 Dallas favor.  The ball was kicked back to the cowboys but they didn't score, it was the last two minutes of the game and the Saint had the ball; hoping against hope,that they could rustle up an other touch down to tie the score: to go into over time.   Guess what, the Cowboys wasn't going for it, with the clock, Dallas was on the Saints; like a dog on a bone.  The clock was down to twelve seconds Bree's got ready to throw the ball; when  Marcus B. Ware sacked Bree's , and Dallas recovered the ball, which meant the game was over for the Saints ending their undefeated run. 

What a game; what a night, The Dallas Cowboys lassoed the New Orleans Saints at home for a 24-17 win.   Hurray for the Cowboys, Go Dallas Cowboys go. Yahoo, way to go.  The Dallas Cowboys took their time and did it right  last night at the New Orleans Super-Dome.

Benny Faye Douglass



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      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you HeavenGates, for for all of your wonderful compliments, and your treasured comments and feedback. Godspeed. creativeone59

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      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you Hello for your complement,comment and feedback. Godspeed. creativeone59

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      8 years ago

      Creativeone59 you are always so eloquent and full of the word of God! Thank you, and I just had to let you know, I simply, LOVE your new picture!!! You go girl, mighty woman of God. That hair is smoking!!! LoL, liked the other one too, but this is hot girl. And great sports casting go Dallas!!! You got a new attitude (smile) Merry Christmas.

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      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      I loved reading this well written article. Thank you.


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