Do you think the Dallas Cowboys will have a shot at Superbowl this year 2012-2013?
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Romo shines in the first game this season against NY Giants. The division is a powerhouse of good quarterbacks. It is one of the most competitive division in NFL.
What do you think of their chances at Superbowl this season 2012-2013?
If Tony Romo puts up stats like he did last night and comes through in the clutch like he did with that 3rd & long pass to Olgetree, DeMarco Murray runs like he did, the receivers make catches like they did, and the defense gets 3 sacks and good pressure on the opponent's quarterback like they did, the Cowboys will go undefeated. And that was on the road against the Super Bowl champions. I was impressed.
Many teams in the NFL have a chance at the Superbowl and I think the Dallas Cowboys probably have a chance, maybe even a little more of a chance. It seems a little early in the season to be making guesses though. We can only wait and see.
After last night, yes they do. Romo needs to stay consistent throughout the season and into the playoffs. They have a very solid receiving game and an impressive defense. They need to stay healthy and consistent but they should be considered Superbowl contenders even though they are in arguably the toughest division in football.
The simple answer is yes. Contrary to popular belief, the problem with the Dallas Cowboys in previous seasons was not Tony Romo. He was a problem, but only a slight problem. Truth be told, the Cowboys have always had several things going against them that transcends the play of a singular player.
On paper, they have one of the most talented teams. The main problem has always been their inconsistency. One week, their defense will play great but would not get any run support from their backs. Or, their running game will be excellent but the defense and Quarterback will play mediocre. They seem to only play on the same level a few times in a season. When they do, they win and win decisively.
So if the Cowboys can put together a season where the offense, defense, and special teams are firing on all cylinders at the same time, then they are a legitimate threat in the NFC.
No but i hope they make it anyways. I love the cowboys but they crumble under pressure.
Of course they do. Just like every other NFC team. Nobody in the NFC has repeated as conference champions in a long time. NFC always so wide open.
NOPE! Ha Ha Redskins all day! Tony Romo cracks under pressure. Better luck next year!
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