After so many years of starting off the season in complete misery the Dallas Cowboys finally have a team that is worth watching. They will have to continue their outstanding play when they take on the defending Super Bowl Champions the Seattle Seahawks.
Other than the Houston Texans the Seahawks will be one of the Cowboys hardest ball clubs that they have faced. They will have to deal with the three headed monster on defense known as the Legion of Boom and the noisy confines of Century Link Field which poses the biggest home field advantage in the league right now.
The Cowboys defense will once again face another elite back in league in Marshawn Lynch who is off to great start after that holdout during training camp. Last week Arian Foster ran wild on the Cowboys defense for 157 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
The Cowboys cannot let performances happen like that again especially against the much bigger Lynch who needs about three to four players to take him down. Their opponent the Seattle Seahawks are coming off a road victory that should have been a blowout against the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football.
Unlike the Redskins the Cowboys have the ability to put up points if you miss the opportunity to take them out of the ball game. The Seahawks secondary will have their hands full once again with another loud mouth receiver in Dez Bryant and future hall of fame tight end Jason Witten.
In order for the Seahawks to win this game they must take those two out of the game and frustrate Tony Romo. We all know how Romo gets when he is frustrated. My prediction for this game is that the Cowboys will figure out a way to hand the Seahawks their first lost at home this season by a thrilling fourth quarter comeback.