How to be the first to get inside Cowboys-Broncos playoff game

  • September 8, 2021

The first time I saw the NFL’s wild-card game unfold, I couldn’t stop thinking about how much it would change the course of the season.

For a week, there was a sense of optimism, of momentum and of excitement.

Now, as we watch the playoffs unfold in a week that is both familiar and unfamiliar, it’s become clear the excitement has gone away, with one of the biggest storylines in the NFL now largely irrelevant.

What has happened is that the game is so unpredictable that the odds are stacked against you.

For weeks, teams have been struggling to score and have given up a lot of yardage.

When the Dallas Cowboys have played their best football, they have scored touchdowns in bunches, but in a lot less than usual.

And while there are some solid quarterbacks in this game, they are coming off a rough road loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 10.

The biggest reason for that is that you can’t just play in a one-sided fashion and expect to win.

There’s only so much you can do.

And for weeks, it has been hard to find any kind of consistent, consistent rhythm to the offense.

With that in mind, the Cowboys have been forced to use a variety of different options in order to score.

They have relied on the run, and when they do run the ball, they’ve relied on an outside receiver or running back to score, but when the Cowboys do use a pass rush, they use a big-bodied defensive end, a pass rusher or a cornerback to keep the offense from going wild.

The result is that we are seeing the most extreme version of what we saw during the playoffs in the past.

And the reason that it’s happening is because the offense has been under the microscope.

That’s why it was such a blowout win for the Cowboys in Week 8, when the offense scored 21 points in the final two minutes of the game and had more than 1,100 yards passing.

The offense was not even playing the best football it could have in Week 9.

There was no doubt about that.

But when you look at the team that won that game and saw the quarterback play the best, most complete game of his career, and the defense that came out and did everything it could, it seemed like the Cowboys were just going to lose.

So what have the Cowboys done to turn things around?

The Cowboys have relied heavily on Dak Prescott and the offensive line to take care of business, and that’s helped them take some games away from the opposition.

They also have relied more on their defense than they have in the previous three years, and it has made them even more reliant on their offense.

But for the most part, the offense is being used more and more, and even when it has worked, it hasn’t necessarily produced the results we wanted.

We’re watching the Cowboys’ playoff run through a lens that has been skewed to see just how far they have come in this offense, and what the result will look like.

And it’s easy to see how it could get messy.

If you take a look at what the Dallas offense has done this season, you will see a lot that isn’t necessarily indicative of what the Cowboys are supposed to be able to do.

For example, the defense has been a big reason why they have been able to get so many yards.

They allowed just three touchdowns against the Cowboys last season, and they allowed two touchdowns in the playoffs, but that’s just because the Cowboys didn’t have an offensive line that could stop the run.

Prescott has a knack for getting the ball out quickly, and if they can keep the pass rush off the quarterback, they can get the ball to him quickly.

And even though they are playing a quarterback who has been in the league for a long time, Prescott has been the most consistent quarterback in the postseason, with a 1,000-yard season.

He has thrown at least 1,500 yards in each of the last three years.

And that’s not even accounting for his ability to get rid of the ball quickly, which he does every week.

And because the defense is so strong, the offensive linemen can play all over the field.

That means the quarterback has to play with more protection, but if you look closely, you can see the Cowboys did that in the playoff game against the Green Bay Packers, when Prescott had an extra rusher on him.

That extra defender came to help stop the running back, and Prescott was able to take advantage.

But the Cowboys offense has always had a tendency to put pressure on the quarterback.

They always have, and with Prescott at the helm, they do it more frequently now.

But it’s hard to ignore the impact Prescott has had on the offense, because it has gone a long way toward changing the way we think about how well teams can win.

When you look back at the playoffs last year, you could have made the argument that Prescott was the best quarterback in football, and he