Alfred Morris Is Here To Dominate The NFC East

    This Sunday evening two things will be true:

    1. The will be 1-1.
    2. will have officially played against all 32 teams in the NFL.

    “The Butler”, as I've affectionately nicknamed him, has never played against the . That makes a lot of sense obviously because, before the Cowboys brilliantly stole him, Alfred suited up the DC Football Club.

    So while it may be unfamiliar territory for Morris to be running into those disgusting burgundy uniforms instead of behind them, this division is one that he knows very well. As of last Sunday, Alfred Morris has played 17 games against the and . He's done well:

    • 287 carries.
    • 1,152 yards.
    • 4.01 yards per carry.
    • 5 touchdowns.
    • 11 50+ Yard Games.
    • 8 75+ Yard Games.

    What does this information have to do with the ? Not a whole lot honestly. It's as important as you knowing that I think yellow is a dumb color – which is true – but I also believe that Alfred Morris is a fine .

    One of the more underrated NFL-wide moves a season ago was leaving the Cowboys for the Redskins. He vastly improved the that helped protect on the road to a Division Championship. This year, the Cowboys evened the score by bringing in The Butler, and singlehandedly destroyed the Redskins rushing attack in the process. Greedy Jerry!

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    A lot of members of have been chirping for Alfred to see a bulk of the work until Zeke Elliott is “ready.” I don't subscribe to that idea, but I do think that The Butler should be seriously involved in the gameplan on Sunday.

    Dallas dominated the time of possession against the Giants (36:43 compared to 23:17), and they were within a few legitimate brain cells of escaping with a victory. That's the recipe for success, in addition to some more successful redzone trips, that will net the Cowboys some solid dubayoos this season.

    You saw the math behind The Butler's New York/Philadelphia domination. You know how he's plagued us in the past. Now you get to sit back and watch him do the same to a team that's the Home of the Hogs with an animalistic style that will get you hyped.

    Hurry up, Sunday.

    How do you think The Butler will fare this Sunday? Let us know! Comment below, Email me at, or Tweet to me at @RJOchoa!

    RJ Ochoa
    RJ Ochoa
    I like long walks on the beach, mystery novels, no just kidding those suck. The Dallas Cowboys were put on this earth for us all to love and appreciate. I do that 24/7/365. I also love chicken parmesan. Let's roll. @RJOchoa if you wanna shout!


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