After Sunday’s 56-14 defeat of Washington, FOX Sports 1’s Colin Cowherd was impressed by the Dallas Cowboys.
Dallas had been high on “The Herd” before this year. Cowherd now believes that the Cowboys will be in Super Bowl contention.
Cowherd stated, “They’ve moved back in that six or seven-team Super Bowl bubble.”
A message from @ColinCowherd regarding the Dallas Cowboys:
"They've moved back into that six or seven team Super Bowl bubble." pic.twitter.com/X1WyEf0ZJn
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) December 27, 2021
Cowherd said, “And by the way.” They are not dependent on any one player or unit. They have stars at the defensive and secondary lines, as well as wide receivers, running backs, O-line Pro bowlers, and quarterbacks. This will get you out of the playoffs quickly.
Cowherd concluded that “Dallas [isn’t] dependent.” “Very impressive.”
In Sunday Night Football’s matchup against division rival Washington, the Cowboys prevailed.
Dak Prescott was almost perfect, while the defense was relentless and Zeke displayed some burst. This was Dallas’ first complete football game of the season.
The ‘Boys are now at 11-4, with the NFC East title wrapped up with only two games remaining. Dallas has two games remaining against the Eagles and Cardinals to complete the regular season.