The Dallas Cowboys are Good, but Something Is Still Missing

Posted: 29th November 2009 by John Frascella in NFL
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...And that something is a someone . His name is Terrell Owens. This is where the die-hard, rah-rah traditionalists say, "What are you talking about? The guy is a selfish player, all about himself, and the Cowboys are in first place without him." Yes, Dallas is 8-3 and atop the NFC East, but anyoneùCowboys fan or notùthat believes that Owens' departure is the explanation for their success, is either lying to themselves or doesn't follow Dallas very closely.á While WR2 Miles Austin has enjoyed a refreshing breakout season, WR1 Roy Williams (who was supposed to "replace" Owens) has been a dud, and one of the favorite whipping boys for analysts around the league. Williams makes ill-advised comments just as Owens did, but he doesn't have the statistical production to back it up. Let's go ...

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