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It’s early, but things feel pretty good right now.
The Dallas Cowboys got off to a great start with a 35-17 home win over the New York Giants. It’s a good feeling to see them get the W, but it feels even better that their offense came to life and put up 35 points with five straight touchdown scoring drives. Such a performance has riled up Cowboys Nation as we now start to ponder just how far this team can go. For the first time in a long time, this Cowboys team has talent on both offense and defense, and this could mean good things down the stretch.
With the team starting out with a bang, I asked some of my fellow front page writers if they feel any different about this team’s chances to win the Super Bowl, and here are the responses:
I feel ever so slightly better about the Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds this year. I had Dallas going 9-7 and missing the playoffs, largely because of how tough the second half of the schedule is. Even with Kellen Moore looking as good as he did, I don’t like that schedule, though I feel incrementally better about it.