Everyone is happy and the morale is high in Dallas.
On Tuesday, Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence revealed the Dallas offense and defense have upped the stakes for the remainder of the season.
“A trip. The defense is going to have to pay for the offense’s trip, or the offense is going to have to pay for the defense’s trip,” stated Lawrence, per Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News. “So yeah, we’ll see how that goes.”
Moreover, if the Cowboys defense ends the season with more takeaways than the offense has touchdowns, Prescott has to pay for Parsons and company to go on a trip. However, the shoes on the other foot if the Dallas offense finds itself.
It will be a fight, but parsons is positive that his defense will win.
said Parsons, “We’re peaking right at the right moment.” “We are extremely confident that we will win this battle. Dak is a good man. He will pay his dues at the end. We all know that he is capable of it so we will be collecting at the final game.”
The mood is good in Dallas right now. After a third consecutive victory, Mike McCarthy set a challenge to his Cowboys.
“We got the momentum, so let’s keep it going. Let’s stay on point,” McCarthy stated, via Machota of The Athletic. “From here on in, we’re just gonna be climbing that ladder to that No. 1 seed. That’s the way you gotta look at it.”
Although it might have seemed crazy a few weeks ago, Dallas is still contender for the NFC’s top seed. At 11-3, the Green Bay Packers lead the race, but the Cowboys (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Arizona Cardinals, and Los Angeles Rams all tied one game behind.
Cowboys are not out of luck with the one seed. It won’t be easy, however — McCarthy has three difficult games left to finish their season.
The Washington Football Team will take revenge on Dallas this Sunday Night Football. Next, the Arizona Cardinals’ highly-powered offense will be in town. Dallas returns to the road to close their season. It will be a NFC East rivalry matchup with the Eagles.
The time will tell if Mike McCarthy is able to grab the Dallas Cowboys’ one seed. We’ve learned one thing this season: Don’t count out his team.