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Dallas Cowboys vs Cleveland Browns

  • Nov 18, 2012 · 10:00 AM
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The Dallas Cowboys made it past an underachieving Philadelphia Eagles team in Week 10. Can they make it two in a row against an underperformer from the AFC?

The Cowboys (4-5) are still flailing about in the NFC East. Tony Romo would have been lambasted for his onslaught of turnovers this year were it not for the even worse season from Michael Vick. And with the Giants dropping a game in Cincinnati that Big Blue should have won, the Cowboys may not quite be out of this thing yet.

Cleveland (2-7) has seen little net effect from its two first-round rookies on offense, although the team has been much more competitive in games this season. Six of the Browns' seven losses have been within 10 points, and they've finally broken through with a win against their own AFC North—the first such win in two years.
-Bleacher Report

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