You need to get EXCITED.
- It’s Saturday.
- The Dallas Cowboys unveiled a new jersey two days ago.
- These Cowboys play tomorrow.
- You’re about to read some bold predictions for that game.
- Tony Romo is back!
That’s right! When the Dallas Cowboys hit the field tomorrow #9 will be behind center and everything will feel right in the world once again.
Things aren’t going to feel right for the Miami Dolphins, though. Well to be fair losing seems right for them so maybe they will! They are going to get obliterated. You know it. I know it. They know it. In the words of Tony Romo’s Tweets, “There’s only one thing left to do.”
If you read my Week 11 NFL Game Picks then you know how much I love to shout. You also know how much I love obscure 1980s movies references.
I’ve been shouting all over Twitter this week about how the Dallas Cowboys are not done, despite their 2-7 record. I’ve been shouting it on the phones. I’ve been shouting it on Twitter. I’ve been shouting it through carrier pigeons. Everywhere I’ve been… I’ve been shouting. You need to shout, too!
We’re shouting as much as we can here at Inside The Star. We want you to join us. Tony Romo is back so let’s crank up the music and SHOUT from the hilltops just how excited we are! Remember before you shout:
- Kick your heels up!
- Throw your hands up!
- Throw your head back!
- Come on now!
- Don’t forget to say you will!
- Don’t forget to say, “Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah!”
In case you want to listen while you shout/read you can do so with one of the greatest scenes in movie history:
Let’s have some fun! The Dallas Cowboys are about to lock up a fresh win so let’s get the celebration going early. 5 Bold Predictions… here we go!
Trey Williams Will Have Over 100 All-Purpose Yards
One of the offensive cogs that was spinning well early in the season was Lance Dunbar. It was unfortunate to see him go down with a season-ending injury in the game against the New Orleans Saints.
A few weeks ago the Dallas Cowboys went out and got a similar talent to Dunbar. His name is Trey Williams… but you’ll know it after it’s said a bunch of times during tomorrow’s game.
Run DMC’s health wasn’t the only Cowboys Running Back news in the headlines this week as our own Ryan Ratty told you all about the release of Christine Michael.
Enter Trey Williams.
The Dolphins do have a fierce front four. Tony Romo is going to take advantage of situations where they send a lot of pressure and get it to his newest toy a lot.
A little bit louder now…
The Dallas Cowboys Defense Will Allow No More Than 200 Total Yards
This defense is angry. They’ve lost seven games in a row and had to watch Jameis Winston dance his way into the endzone against them a week ago. They’ve had enough.
I talked with Bobby Belt on this week’s Cowboys Cast about how I believe this defense is designed to play from ahead. The only glimpse of that we’ve had this season has been in Philadelphia right after Tony Romo went down… and that was without the services of Greg Hardy and Rolando McClain.
For the first time this season the Dallas Cowboys will have all of their expected playmakers suited up and participating in the same game. FINALLY!
With Romo and Co. taking care of things on the offensive side of the ball the likes of Hardy, McClain, Crawford, Lawrence, Lee, Byron Jones… the list goes on and on, they’re going to be shouting themselves. Look out, Ryan Tannehill.
A little bit louder now…
Byron Jones Will FINALLY Get An Interception
I’ve called this before. You’ve called it. Enough calling – this is happening.
Byron Jones has come so close to getting his first career interception (he almost had one off of a foot a few weeks ago) that we’ve been sniffing around this for quite some time. No more sniffing, we’re about to get the full scent.
The pass rush that we daydreamed about during the offseason is going to show up with authority during this game… and that’s going to lead to some bad throws.
If there’s anyone on this defensive unit that’s exceeded expectations it’s Byron Jones. That’s pretty remarkable considering just how high those expectations were.
Tomorrow is going to be one of those games where everything goes our way – you can feel it. Go get that pick, Byron!
A little bit louder now…
The Tony Romo To Dez Bryant Connection Will Combine For Over 150 Yards And 2 Touchdowns
It has been a very long time since we’ve seen a great play from Tony Romo to Dez Bryant. Just how long? Tomorrow will mark 330 days since we’ve seen our favorite math equation: 9 +88 = 6.
On Monday morning you’ll be saying how it hasn’t even been 24 hours.
Tony Romo’s return brings a very real, immeasurable, advantage to this team. If there is any player across all of sports that feeds off of this type of energy – it’s Dez Bryant.
We are going to see one of the finest performances in Dez Bryant’s young career against the Dolphins. He and Tony Romo have a special connection that they have been itching to show off again for over 28 million seconds.
Tomorrow’s math lesson for the Miami Dolphins: 9 + 88 = 6.
A LITTLE BIT LOUDER NOW…
The Dallas Cowboys Will Recreate History With A 29-Yard Sack For A Safety
This game against the Dolphins will bring back great memories for Dallas Cowboys fans as America’s Team defeated Miami to earn their first Super Bowl Victory in Franchise History.
Super Bowl VI had one of the more iconic plays in NFL History when Pro Football Hall of Famer Bob Lilly took down the Dolphins QB, fellow HOFer, Bob Griese for a 29-yard sack.
The 2015 version of the Miami Dolphins have allowed a safety in not one, not two, but three consecutive games. That sound you hear is Rod Marinelli salivating.
Can’t you see it now? Ryan Tannehill freaking out, Greg Hardy in his face, running around, DeMarcus Lawrence in his face, running backwards, Sean Lee stopping in to say hello, running back again… and bam! Safety. Say you will, Tannehill.
A LITTLE BIT LOUDER NOW!
Get ready to shout tomorrow, Cowboys Nation. We’re going to party.
What BOLD predictions are YOU feeling for when the Cowboys take on the Dolphins? How happy are you that Tony Romo is back? I want to know! Email me your thoughts at Roel.Ochoa.Jr@Gmail.com or Tweet to me @rjochoa!