ARLINGTON, Texas "My own, you've certainly heard of the survival of the most capable, right.
Well, that was the survival of the most prominent.
Go over here, tell me you woke up on Friday morning saying to myself, did I actually see only Thursday night?
He had to dream.
Come on, are Cowboys, now Dallas Cowboys, right, staying a while, 10-1 New Orleans saints, those of 10 winning lines, at 176 meters of TOTAL violations? For that, the group in the first quarter totaled 176 meters a week, which was the smallest number of Saints since the end of the season in 2001, without mentioning 59 that were in the first half at least since the 2002 season.
Did the Cowboi look at Drewa Brees in the eye and walk away, oh no, not tonight, whispering the hottest captain in the NFL, a 127.3-point clerk, at 18 of the 28-mile performance for just 127 meters, just one touch pass, cut it off once and send it back to Big Easy with 71.7 QB rating in this game, aware it does not come easy here in Texas?
Did Brees really start playing the game oh-for-4, the first time it happened in her career? Career now, its 18th season.
Are Cowboi indeed – indeed, indeed – holding the most expressive and explosive toy in the NFL, Alvin Kamari, up to 36 meters hurry and 36 yards from the payout, and the guy with 15 goals in only 11 games, to zero boredom in his 12 Place at AT & T Stadium here?
Have these saints really turned only three of the 11th third down possibilities?
Did the saints actually start the game with three consecutive trio and exit, the second time they had consecutive three and all seasons?
Did the cowboys look in the eye of the tiger, facing their first and targeted at seven and telling everyone, they go down my lawn, stopping them in the fourth and goal from half a yard when saints coach Sean Payton, a gambler on the Mississippi River, said oh no. we do not intend to decide for the Polish goal, only to have only Kamar, the main Russian follower, to meet close and personal DeMarcus Lawrence and Tyrone Crawford two meters behind the hammer line?
Did Cowboi really and truly keep the saints, the team that led the league at an average of 37.2 points, having achieved at least 30 points in nine of its 11 games, and at least 40 in six out of those nine, less than 10 in the foot.
Come on, admit, this morning you woke up for yourself, what, Cowboys 13, saints 10? Did they actually win this game with 13 negative points?
Well, you do not dream.
Because so much could be so shocked. No one would ever have the nerves to conceal a real TV show that is unreal.
But believe me, this was for the real, 93,004 people here, a testimony, not to mention Joe and Troy and that national television audience that speculated that everything was the highest show on Thursday night forever.
And just maybe this football team It is true that winning their fourth straight is not coincidental.
And let's repeat that, team – tim.
"That defense was fun to watch," said Dak Prescott, a cheerful Cowboys representative after Cowboys won four games in the 18-day range, turning 3-5 at 7-5 and now being able to breathe deeply, knowing he will be on the first a place on the NFC in the east for another nine days and before the 10th round, it continues with this home game against Philadelphia right here on December 9, wanting to steal those Eagles fins forever.
Of course, Dak, you thought you could win with 13 points, right?
"We thought we would achieve more than 13," he said. "But win at 13, every time we take it."
And look, the cowboys were certainly not perfect. They lost two of them. They made eight penalty points for 80 meters, and if not for Randy Gregory, who dribbled the penalty spot on fourth and third place from Cowboy 48, it was a surprise that the saints may not have scored a goal. And above all, thinking they play a second consecutive game without Pro Bowl fighting with Tyron Smith, without their initial left guard Connora Williams and still without Sean Lee and David Irving, and is beginning to end firmly with Geoff Swaim.
As he responded to the defensive performance with such remarkable members of the Defence Ring of Honor in public to honor Gil Brandt, now the 22nd member of the exclusive group in half. Why were Bob Lilly and Randy White and Lee Roy Jordan, Mel Renfro and Cliff Harris in the house 25 years later not mentioning those defenders who helped win the Super Bowl XXVIII, such as James Washington and Russell Maryland and Tony Tolbert and Kevin Smith Larry Brown and Tony Casillas and Kenny Gant and Jim Jeffcoat and Bill Bates.
Probably these boys were proud.
"Warriors," Major Warrior, DeMarcus Lawrence said why all this happened to the surprise of those who gave eight points and then their good money. "When the time comes for war, warriors will appear."
He was so concerned that Lawrence had been wearing a bear this week when he was tall in the dressing room and said, "It will have to match our intensity, ahem, 60 minutes straight. If you hit your mother (ahem) in your mouth and then do not do what regularly work, putting 50 points, start getting a little shaky now you have them where you want them, and then you (ahem) cuddle their ass.
Lawrence claims he misread it, that people have focused on "knocking their ass." But he knew what he was doing, raised his team, delivered some trust pills, and basically tells you what will happen after this defense knocked the saints of their standards.
"At the end of the day, I wanted my team at best," said Lawrence, who finished fourth with one bag and another QB hit, not to mention the strong pressure on Brees and to have another bag did not have a late banner that Gregory allegedly is in a neutral zone. "We had to laugh them."
Well, D-law, you put them out.
You are with them, along with your D-End partner Crawford and inside with Maliek Collins and Antwaun Woods, and anyone who has played on the defensive line.
The NFL Rookie of the Month Leighton Vander Esch and Jaylon Smith also came up with them and thought that LVE won this prize without finishing the game in the month that counts, and he has ten more attacks, Smith with the Ninth.
Or, as Crawford said, "We had these dogs behind us, in the secondary and linebacker corps. Those dogs are behind us, they want to hunt, and the wolf is behind us."
Dogs like Anthony Browna, three inches, one bag deals for one loss, one QB hit, two passes defended, and if it was not disturbed in the end zone with the pressure of Keith Kirkwood on his attractive tack, they never scored a goal. And it was rarely used by Jourdan Lewis, who in just eight won three great defense games and no one was bigger than the break in the game.
So on the 19th day of this 18-day prosthesis, which began on November 11 in Philadelphia, Cowboi will rest and rest until he returns on Tuesday with this 7-5 record.
Someone asked Crawford for what he meant to mean 7-5, and the defense line of the Swiss Army's knife said she was still hyperventilated by winning: "I do not know what that means. All I know is that we have to have a dub in the next game."
Like in W, like winning.
Like the fifth straight.
"I will not sleep tonight after I've won this ball game," said owner Cowboys Jerry Jones. "This is great for Cowboys."
Huge. If Jerry slept, he bet he had sweet dreams.