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OK. So I’m sitting on my couch, it’s tied 13-13 with just under two minutes left to play in the 4th quarter, and I say to myself, “Self, I think Tony Romo is gonna throw an interception for a touchdown. Adam “I-can’t-hold-onto-the-flippin’-ball-no-mo’ Pacman” Jones set us up with shitty field position on the kickoff return after Pittsburgh just tied the game, which forces us into bad play call situations, and I can see it coming. He’s gonna throw a pick, and we’re gonna lose this game that we should have won.”

Shit. Sometimes I hate it when I’m right. Of course, I would have loved being right about my prediction of us winning. Alright, we’re 8-5 now. Still a shot at 11-5, as I said we would be at the start of the season. Still time to get hot against the Giants, the Ravens, and Philly, and take momentum into the playoffs. The Colts look as good as anyone in the AFC right now, and they’re only 9-4. There’s still a shot at that Dallas-Indy Super Bowl. It’s just that the hopes of Cowboys Nation are now fading fast. Had we beaten Pittsburgh like we should have, then we’d be considered the hottest team in the NFC right now. Instead, we’re an also ran, fighting for a playoff spot, watching the Steelers get all the accolades at 10-3 after beating us. I’m disgusted. Once again, the Cowboys play the toughest December schedule in the league, and have now continued down our losing road in the last month of the season with our 4th quarter collapse in Pittsburgh. Now is the time to Cowboy up. “Wait till next year” and “we’ll get ‘em next time” are unacceptable vernacular at this point.

Prediction: Cowboys 24 – NYG 17

Our playoffs start this Sunday night…so the whole of Cowboys Nation will be watching on national TV. Time to kill Joe. If we lose this game, then we might be out. If we lose the next three games, them Wade Phillips might be out.

Go Cowboys!

p.s. BCS (Been Caught Snoozin’) or (Behemoth Colossal Shithole) games to look for this coming January: Texas 63 – Ohio State 0, and Florida 59 – Oklahoma 0.

It should have been Texas –vs- Florida, plain and simple.

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