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Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Favorites? Makes Sense To Me

It’s a little sobering you know?  Seeing that team your team beat win the world championship.

Cowboys fans everywhere are reeling and there is nothing we can do about it.  A new season is upon us and it starts with an offseason that will be fairly quiet around Dallas Cowboys Nation.  There is one question, though, that needs answering and many people want it to be answered soon.

Will the Cowboys be playing at home in the 2011 Super Bowl?

I think the answer is maybe.

They have the talent, athleticism, and coaching.  They have the leadership and skill.  They do not have a coosh schedule, so if they do make it, you certainly better believe they deserved it.

There are many questions but I can promise you this—Tony Romo will be prepared for next season. His career year in ’09 proves that to all the critics.  Is he elite? Probably not yet, but he has the potential to be.

DeMarcus Ware will help make sure this defense is at its best next year.  Lastly, I promise that Jerry Jones will make sure this is a team capable of winning a championship.

That’s right, I said it. Jerry Jones is the key to this whole thing.

If he keeps the locker room cohesiveness that he doesn’t even believe in, if he trusts the leaders he paid, and the coaches he appointed, Dallas will be playing in next years championship game.

With Donovan McNabb in limbo, the Saints loosing a lot of players, Kurt Warner and Brett Favre gone, and Green Bay remaining inconsistent, the possibilities are endless with this talented Dallas Team.

Vegas odds are 15-2 for—you think they’ll make it? I do.

What do you think?

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Written by Bo Martin

Former Sports Writer. Veteran. Serving veterans is my passion. Johns Hopkins Student. Enjoy Discussing Politics and sports!

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