Dallas Winding Back The Clock

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Tony Romo has his eyes on a maiden Super Bowl ring. Image courtesy of bleacherreport.com/Jeff Gross/Getty Images

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Cowboys v Lions

AT&T Stadium, Texas

Monday January 5 – 7:40 AM (AEST)




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Dallas has returned to its former glory when they face the Lions on Monday (AEST) in Texas.

After five long years, the Dallas Cowboys are back in the playoffs. Continually being dominated by every other team in the NFC East Division is a thing of the past as quarterback Tony Romo and running back DeMarco Murray lead their team to hopefully another NFC Title . With Murray leading the League in rushing yards (1,845), Dallas’ offence has become something to fear for oppositions. Last week against the Redskins, both Romo and Murray proved that the Cowboys are a definite Super Bowl contender . The two combine for over 100 yards and a touchdown to cap off the regular season with a 44-17 victory. 

Detroit has been a team that hasn’t really been tested this regular season. They may have beat the Packers 19-7 in Week 3, but when the two faced off again last week, they played a completely different team, going down 30-20. Bar the first victory against Green Bay, the Lions have failed to topple any other team that qualified for the playoffs, losing to both the Patriots and the Cardinals. “Megatron” Calvin Johnson has had quiet season in 2014/2015, managed triple digits in receiving yards four times and averaging 15.2 yards a game. If the Lions hope to make it through to theNFC Championship, both Johnson and QB Matthew Stafford need to bring their A-game on Monday.

It has been four years since the Cowboys have beaten the Lions in a regular season game, and even longer in a playoff scenario. But with Romo and Murray hitting their straps at the right time, TattsBet customers are confident Dallas can end the streak on Monday by a winning margin of 7-12 . 

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