Jason Garrett is clueless. Roy Williams is a bust. Martellus Bennett is a non-factor. Felix Jones has lost a step. Nick Folk has the yips. Marc Colombo is hurt. Ken Hamlin can't tackle. Anthony Spencer doesn't have a sack. Dave Campo and Terence Newman had to be seperated on the sidelines. And Bobby Carpenter gets meaningful playing time.
I know, sounds awful.
if when the Dallas Cowboys beat the Oakland Raiders on Thanksgiving, they'll be 8-3 headed into December.
If back in August at training camp in San Antonio I would've offered you 8-3 (plus a bonus that this pain-in-the-ass would vanish), would you have taken it?
1. Hell yes.
Me too. And I know for sure a certain someone with the highest of hopes would've signed up for the deal.
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