Dallas Cowboys Loading Their Six-Shooters; Preparing To Hunt Wounded Panthers

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Published: September 28, 2009

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... on a win from his Boys when they host the Carolina Panthers on prime time, Monday night.

The new $1.15 billion Cowboy Stadium will be rocking and surely filled to capacity in excess of 100,000 people tonight.

Though the 12th man wasn’t able to push the Boys over the top last week against their bitter rival, the New York Giants, the Boys may not need them to do anything other than cheer them on, drink beer, and buy Cowboys merchandise, while they pad their stats against the weak Panthers.

This season, the Cowboys have yet to register a sack which must be a sore spot, after recording the most in the league last year with 59. The Panthers RT Jeff Otah and LT Jordan Gross are both injured, and LB DeMarcus Ware who had 20 sacks last year, must be licking his chops.

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Dallas Cowboys Loading Their Six-Shooters; Preparing To Hunt Wounded Panthers

By
for NFLSportChannel.com

Published: September 28, 2009

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... on a win from his Boys when they host the Carolina Panthers on prime time, Monday night.

The new $1.15 billion Cowboy Stadium will be rocking and surely filled to capacity in excess of 100,000 people tonight.

Though the 12th man wasn’t able to push the Boys over the top last week against their bitter rival, the New York Giants, the Boys may not need them to do anything other than cheer them on, drink beer, and buy Cowboys merchandise, while they pad their stats against the weak Panthers.

This season, the Cowboys have yet to register a sack which must be a sore spot, after recording the most in the league last year with 59. The Panthers RT Jeff Otah and LT Jordan Gross are both injured, and LB DeMarcus Ware who had 20 sacks last year, must be licking his chops.

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