Sunday, September 20, 2015

COWBOYS 20 EAGLES 10 F...DALLAS wins the TAKEAWAY Battle and the game but loses QB ROMO to a Fractured Left CLAVICLE!..."A QB Driven League" NFL Week Late Slate as Team WEEDEN is in the building as the Football Gods keep given Jerry's House the Business! #DALvsPHI #CowboysNation #FlyEaglesFly #NFCEastRivals2K15

The Dallas Cowboys are winning ugly but winning as they march into NFL Week 3 at 2-0 and host the 2-0 Rise Up Falcons of Atlanta next week. Yes they won the "Takeaway Battle" and Cowboys Clipboard Holder Extraordinaire Brandon Weeden even threw a TD Pass to Terrence Williams late to seal the victory 20-10. That Cowboys nation is all the good news.

The bad news on a freak play and normal play really Cowboys QB Tony Romo was hurried on a pass play as he took a hit with all his momentum on his left Clavicle and Collar Bone. Romo stayed down and when he got up was in some serious pain favoring his left shoulder area. After reports through numerous media outlets the injury is a Left Clavicle Fracture and that is the worst news the 'Boys could get at this juncture of the season.






Meanwhile the Philadelphia Eagles have stunk up the joint in consecutive weeks as the Eagles high-flying offense has been grounded through two tilts in the 2015 NFL season. Eagles RB DeMarco Murray ran for just two yards on thirteen carries and no scores as Philly ran for a net 55 yards for the game.

Eagles QB Sam Bradford threw for 224 yards and a TD but has two INTs. To make matters worse you can score if you do not have the Wilson Pigskin and Philly totaled just under 20 minutes of 60 with the pig. Where does #FlyEaglesFly go from here well Chip Kelly needs to figure it out as the "Explosive" Plays on Offense appear to be as far gone as Desean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, and LeSean McCoy...really!

Now Dallas moves to 2-0 with Philly falling to 0-2 with the Cowboys needing a "Few Good Men" to step up and take charge on offense with all those important cogs gone for months or for 2015.          
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