Something will break on Sunday. Either Dallas will win its first home game this season, or Detroit will win its first road game since 2007. Dallas is coming off their huge win over the NFC East leading and Detroit is coming of them giving Buffalo their first win.
In a radio interview closely monitored by the Detroit media, Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams blamed the Lions’ troubles during his 4 1/2 seasons with the club partially on the offensive line, the Detroit Free Press reported on its website.
Six of Detroit’s losses have come by one score or less (that’s why they’re 7-2 against the number in 2010), and the Lions have outscored their opponents for the season.
For the first time in the illustrious not-very-long history of the Watchtower, I have the rare privilege . . . and infuriating chore . . . of analyzing a team whose head coach has been fired midseason. The Dallas Cowboys finally put poor Wade Phillips out of his misery, and put me squarely into mine. Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett takes over, which would be fine and all, except . . .
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