Can They Beat the Saints?

Dallas Prepares for A Win Against The Saints On Sunday

The Cowboys have an exciting week ahead of them as they prepare to battle it out against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints this Sunday. Many sports geeks are up in arms about the real odds of Dallas securing a win this weekend; the Boys have one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL. Nonetheless that isn’t stopping the momentum that Dallas has managed to build up over the past few weeks, as they are currently the number one contender from the NFC East division. Those rooting for the black and gold are praying for some interceptions from Tony Romo, who is notorious for giving up points when they are most needed. Nonetheless, those who are holding, or wish to buy Dallas Cowboys tickets are sure to witness a close game; making for a nail-biting experience for both parties involved.

DeMarcus Ware Returns After Injury

Dallas’ most powerful weapon is back, defensive end DeMarcus Ware is all healed up and ready for action after an injury during one of their most anticipated games this season versus the Washington Redskins. Ware suffered an injury to his “quad”, also known as the quadriceps muscle; which runs down the thighs. His teammates consider him to be an “impact player”, meaning he has the ability to sway the momentum and seize opportunities which can turn into explosive plays. Ware is the number one pass rusher for the team, and his teammates are more than thrilled to have him back in the game, for what many are calling, a showdown in New Orleans.

Showdown At The Mercedes-Benz Superdome On November 10, 2013

Currently the blue and white have a record of five wins and four losses, meaning the game could go either way. This will surely result in a packed stadium at the Superdome for this highly anticipated southern rivalry. It is no secret that the Saint’s running game is less than spectacular, which means there will be a lot of passing, and potentially a lot of defensive plays, especially with Ware back in the picture. With so much speculation in the air, it is no doubt that this is going to be a game which will define the rest of the season for either team.