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  1. charter04

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    The 2015 Cowboys team preview
    Last season the Cowboys finished 10-6, won the NFC East and won their first playoff game against the Saints. They lost the next week in the divisional round to the eventual Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks.

    The 2015 Cowboys didn't want to make a bunch of changes to the roster because they felt that they weren't that far from being a title contender. They added a few rookies that might make and impact but, kept the core in tack.
    Tony Romo returns a QB after having a very good year.
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    Dez Bryant signed a huge contract and plans to play a full season this year. Last year he was on pace to win NFC WR of the year before he got hurt.
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    He will be protected on the his blind side by arguably the best tackle in the NFL Tyron Smith
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    Demarco Murray also sign a big contract extension to stay with the Cowboys and he looks to build on his solid 2014 season of over 1000 and over 10 TD's
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    The heart and soul of the Cowboys defense is Sean Lee. Lee is a sideline to sideline run defender and one of the best cover LB's in the league.
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    With a solid nucleus of young talent the Cowboys look to be a Super Bowl contender this year. If they can get things rolling they might do better than 10-6.
     
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    Lee should get more often like he does IRL .. :D
     
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    This Video is called Tony Romo turning over a win to TB. lol
     
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    Romo turning over a win to Seattle. This is becoming the theme of the season.
     
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    The Fumble Bowl. Enjoy
     
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    The Cowboys had by far their worst game of the year against the Giants this week and now sit at 6-6 on the year. They are 2-5 in their last seven games and they have really struggled to win close games.

    Fans put all blame on QB Tony Romo and are calling for rookie Brett Hudson to start this week against the Panthers. That seems a little rash since Tony has been pretty good this year. Even in the Giants game he didn't have one int.

    Coach Henderson says Romo is their QB. We will see what happens the rest of the year. Either way they have to win Sunday to stay in the playoff chase.
     
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    It's a good thing Coach Charles Henderson didn't listen to fans on the QB situation. Dallas fans were calling 103.3 fm all week calling for Hudson to start. Romo is too old. He's bad in December. Hudson is the future. All the usual things fans say. Coach Henderson stuck to his guns and it paid off. Romo had a great game in their win against the Panthers. Over 300 yards and 2 TD's in a dominant 34-14 Cowboys win to keep their play offs hopes alive.

    As of now there is no QB controversy in Dallas.
     
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    *Breaking News*

    Dallas Cowboys coach Charles Henderson announced that second year QB Brett Hudson will be making his NFL debut this week at Cleveland. The coach said the decision was very difficult and had nothing to do with the week one lose to the Lions. Romo played fine it that game. It's just time to get the young QB on the field. Romo is all he will ever be and nearing the end of his career. Hudson is already basically even with Tony from a skills standpoint and is more athletic. He's only going to get better from here and is already one of the most gifted QB's in the league.

    The fans finally got what they wanted so now we will see if the Cowboys can win with the newest starting QB in their great history. Is he the next Aikman or the next Danny White/Tony Romo only time will tell. Hopefully he won't be the next Drew Henson/Quincy Carter.
     
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