Dallas Cowboys Walk Away with a 34-31 L Against Green Bay Packers

Well folks...looks like the Dallas Cowboys will not see a Super Bowl anytime soon as they walk away from AT&T stadium with a 34-31 loss against the Green Bay Packers. While it's an upset for the fans just as much as the players, the boys played exceptionally well, despite their rough start, making an astonishing 15-pt comeback in the 4th quarter. Thankfully, this wasn't a blowout game and the rookies were able to stand their ground throughout and accept their 'L' with poise.

So now that Elliot and Prescott know what it's like to somewhat play in the big leagues, the pressure is on. I-personally-have even higher expectations going into next season, because rebuilding process (that we've been in for what feels like forever) seems to be progressing in a very positive direction and I'm excited what year #2 looks like for the rookies. 

At this present moment, the Steelers and the Chiefs meet in Kansas City for an AFC west vs. north match up. There's so much promise in the hands of Kansas City's QB Alex Smith and RB Spencer Ware. Both teams have pretty close regular season records, Steelers ending at 11-5 and Chiefs at 12-4. Steelers have only had one or two remarkable games, one being against Kansas City in week 8, which may actually work in their favor tonight. In their 30-12 win against Miami Dolphins during Wild Card weekend in Pittsburgh, we all witnessed the power of 3 with QB Ben Roethlisberger, WR Antonio Brown, and RB Le'veon Bell, who missed out the last 2 winters the Steelers played in playoff games. 

So who will claim the titles for the NFC/AFC Championships next weekend and be on their merry way to Houston February 5th? I'm pulling for Atlanta Falcons vs. New England Patriots As far as who I believe will be in Super Bowl LI champs, I just don't know, because I'm still mourning an incredible loss. (lol although I'm not really laughing)

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Will the Dallas Cowboys Make Super Bowl LI?

With the Dallas Cowboys peaking at 11-1 so far this season, the critics and the fans are now beginning to question if the most loved/hated team in America has what it takes to make it to the Super Bowl in February. 

As a fan, of course, I'd want to see my team play in the Super Bowl, especially since I've only witnessed the Cowboys in a championship game once in my lifetime, which was SB XXX '95. However, it's best to try to be as unbias as possible when it comes to sharing prediction thoughts on the possibility.

In week 13 of the season, it's safe to say that Dallas Cowboys have the best Offense line in the NFL right now. Although it is a known theory that defense wins games, that hasn't been very relevant while discussing the success Cowboys' have had thus far. Only losing one game in week one by 1 point, it's fair to say that what they lack in defense doesn't actually matter. Their biggest downfall, which is a weak defense, may not even be a problem at all.

As a unit, they've been consistent and dominant with their average time of possession, which is also a key ingredient to winning in the NFL. It's really unecessary to mention (because...#facts), but Eziekiel Elliot is the best running back in the NFL right now and QB Dak Prescott still manages to play impressively well, even in critical conditions. The rookies are showing out! Then adding veteran WR, Dez Bryant to the mix, it's a deadly combination, a weapon that has consistently led them to the best I've seen them play in years. At this rate, there is honestly no doubt in my mind that they will maintain their #1 spot in NFC East all season long.

So do I think Dallas will make it to Super Bowl 51? Absolutely. We only have a month until Wild Card Weekend, so I'm confidently crossing my fingers that the Boys keep up the momentum and take the world by storm in the play offs.
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