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week 1 @ Tampa

week 2 vs NYG

week 3 Carolina

week 4 @ Denver

week 5 @ KC

BYE

week 7 Atlanta

week 8 Seattle

week 9 @ Philadelphia

week 10 @ Green Bay

week 11 Washington

week 12 Oakland

week 13 @ NYG

week 14 San Diego

week 15 @ New Orleans

week 16 @ Washington

week 17 Philadelphia

Early season not bad ... December brutal.

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Farion Barber will be injured. Shelix will be on the sidelines. Two-shard will be the only RB left as the 'Skins crush Dallas on Week 16.

Oh, and Carlos Rogers delivers a shot to Patrick Crayton....;)

Well, the Cowboys sucked against top defenses ... but "Two-Shard" did rush for the highest totals against Baltimore and Pitt.

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Well, the Cowboys sucked against top defenses ... but "Two-Shard" did rush for the highest totals against Baltimore and Pitt.

Haynesworth is in a different league altogether. ;) Maybe he could exploit Andre Carter with tosses though....and if you're lucky, Rocky's knees fail him, but don't count on it. ;)

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Haynesworth is in a different league altogether. ;) Maybe he could exploit Andre Carter with tosses though....and if you're lucky, Rocky's knees fail him, but don't count on it. ;)

Tashard is coming right up the gut straight at Big Al!!!!!

I wish.

The schedule looks pretty good. I am thinking Dallas can prevail between anywhere from 8-8 to 11-5 with a few breaks.

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that stadium not opening with a skins-boys game is ridiculous

I think it's kinda funny that they start the season on the road. You'd have expected them to open the stadium as early as possible in the season.

A prime time game between the Skins and Cowboys in the new stadium to open the season would have made for an epic storyline though. Oh well, stupid NFL.

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I think it's kinda funny that they start the season on the road. You'd have expected them to open the stadium as early as possible in the season.

A prime time game between the Skins and Cowboys in the new stadium to open the season would have made for an epic storyline though. Oh well, stupid NFL.

Schedule conflict with the Rangers

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http://cowboysblog.dallasnews.com/archives/2009/04/get-ready-for-another-difficult-december.html

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Get ready for another difficult December

The Cowboys haven't had a winning December since 1996, which happens to be the last season this franchise won a playoff game.

The Cowboys' December 2009 schedule definitely isn't an easy one.

They'll open the month on the road against the defending NFC East champion Giants. They follow that up with a home game against the Chargers, a team that has peaked late in the season each of the two years since Norv Turner took over. Then comes a trip to New Orleans for what should be a Superdome shootout between Drew Brees and Tony Romo sits to pee. The Cowboys cap the month on the road against the Redskins.

It's kind of pointless to make December predictions, since injuries play such a big part of what actually happens, but what the heck? I see a 2-2 month, with wins against the Chargers and Redskins.

:hysterical: 0-4 more likely

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week 1 @ Tampa L

week 2 vs NYG L

week 3 Carolina W

week 4 @ Denver W

week 5 @ KC W

BYE

week 7 Atlanta W

week 8 Seattle W

week 9 @ Philadelphia L

week 10 @ Green Bay L

week 11 Washington W

week 12 Oakland W

week 13 @ NYG L

week 14 San Diego W

week 15 @ New Orleans W

week 16 @ Washington L

week 17 Philadelphia L

9-7 - Miss the playoffs -Bye Wade - Book it!:D

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that stadium not opening with a skins-boys game is ridiculous

Well, Jerrah was too big a ***** to close the old, Toilet Stadium, against us for fear of the ass whupping he might get. So, why would anybody be surprised that he'd be too big a ***** to open the new, Toilet Stadium, against us. And yes, it's his choice.

What's going to kill all Brokeback fans, is when we win the first Super Bowl hosted there.

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Well, Jerrah was too big a ***** to close the old, Toilet Stadium, against us for fear of the ass whupping he might get. So, why would anybody be surprised that he'd be too big a ***** to open the new, Toilet Stadium, against us. And yes, it's his choice.

What's going to kill all Brokeback fans, is when we win the first Super Bowl hosted there.

Winner winner chicken dinner. Of course he wouldn't want the first game in the new stadium to be an ass-whipping from their biggest rivals.

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