week 9 Cowboys Vs Packers

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    week 9 Cowboys(42) Vs Packers(22)

    Boys Best Packers

    Just who are the Dallas Cowboys this season? After making it to the NFC Championship last season the Cowboys have been more of a rollercoaster than anything this season. Just one week after they were unable to score a TD against the Eagles the Cowboys put up big numbers as they blew past the Packers 42-22.

    At the onset of the game the Cowboys looked like they were doomed to another game without a TD as the Packers quickly jumped out to a 10-0 lead, thanks in part to some amazing grabs by rookie sensation Brandon Trammel. “I had seen some film on this kid but I just didn’t realize how good and how much of a physical specimen this guy is. He is a beast that catches anything within a three foot radius of him.†Coach Wajy said talking about Trammel. But after a T. Newman INT the Boys finally went to work reeling off 28 points in the second quarter making it 28-13 going into half.

    As the Cowboys seemed to be rolling things just got worse for the Packers as Felix Jones took the opening kickoff of the second half to the house for a TD making it 35-13. As the ensuing Packers drive stalled the outlook seemed dismal when Felix Jones was destroyed by a hit trying to field a punt and fumbled allowing the Packers to walk into the end zone with the ball. Two fumbles deep in Packers territory by Tashard Choice kept the Packers in the game but the Cowboys defense was dominant in the second half allowing only 9 points as the Cowboys cruised to victory.

    Key Stats
    Cowboys
    T. Romo 14-21 283YRDS 2TD
    R. Williams 5REC 66YRDS 2TD
    F. Jones 10ATT 34YRDS 3TD, 1REC 70YRDS 1 TD, KO Returned for TD
    Dallas Defense Combined for 5Sacks, 3INT, 1FF

    Packers
    A. Rodgers 17-35 183YRDS 3INT 1TD
    R. Grant 13ATT 139YRDS
    B. Trammel 4REC 77YRDs
     

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