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The Dallas Cowboys were "underdogs'' but won at L.A. Now they monitor Micah ...
OCT 14 BEER ME Jerry Jones celebrated his 80th birthday on Thursday, and he is on record as
wanting wins as his presents - last week at the Rams and this week at the Eagles - somebody at The Star had other ideas.
So .. 'Beer Me!' it is, as Miller Lite helps Jerry (or whoever it is who's going to gather up all those cases of beer from the practice field) celebrate.
OCT 12 WASHINGTON WINS UGLY The Washington Commanders, despite Carson Wentz's struggles
(12/22, 99 yards), used goal-line stands to steal 12-7 win over the Chicago Bears on Thursday Night Football at Soldier Field.
Commanders rookie running back Brian Robinson Jr. scored his first NFL touchdown less
than two months after being shot in the knee. Robinson ran the ball 17 times for 60 yards on the day.
But at the end, Chicago had one more chance, as QB Justin Fields ran the ball on a 39-yard gain
stopped wide receiver Darnell Mooney on the 1-yard line on 4th down to turn the ball over once again and clinch the win for Washington.
The Cowboys are traveling to Los Angeles to see the Rams in Week 5 and have two new linemen aboard the plane.
The Cowboys have elevated defensive lineman Carlos Watkins - a 2021 starter -
from the practice squad for Sunday’s game at the Rams, a move made neccesary by the fact that Quinton Bohanna (neck/shoulder) is listed as questionable.
The question was a good one, and innocuous enough. Does Dallas coach Mike McCarthy ever
use the news of a game's point spread to inspire his team? In other words, can be the "underdog'' - using specific oddsmakers numbers - be motivating?