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Chargers 31, Cowboys 17 vs. Terrell Owens Hearts Kenny G

He's on T.O.'s iPod? Who knew?
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Aw, come on. You didn’t really think I was going to dissect a preseason game didja?

Okay, maybe just a little.

Felix Jones has an intriguing burst. Mike Jenkins is instinctive, if not technically polished. Pacman Jones' performance better be his worst of the season. The Cowboys’ fumbles are a result of a training camp void of tackling. But most importantly, nobody got hurt last Saturday night in San Diego.

Only problem I see (again) this season is that for some reason the blue of the Cowboys’ jersey numbers is drastically different than the blue of the star on the helmet. Anyone?

Coolest Cowboys news of the day comes courtesy of FACETIME, a new interview show pairing athletes and rappers. In the pilot episode, DJ Paul and Juicy J of Three 6 Mafia grill Terrell Owens.

The result: Lots of “Yo yo yo!”s and revelations from T.O. that he has a new fitness book coming out, is speechless around this chick and sometimes listens to Kenny G.

See for yourself. -- Richie Whitt

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