The Dallas Cowboys have been impressive to begin the 2023 NFL season.
They’ve had two convincing victories in as many weeks, thanks to contributions from all three units.
Those performances have many analysts talking about them as favorites to make Super Bowl LVIII.
But as great as they have been to start their campaign, Chris Broussard isn’t buying the Cowboys’ stock yet.
“How is Micah Parsons baffled that everyone is not all-in on the Cowboys?! It’s been 28 years of failed predictions. 28 years of F-games at inopportune times. And after 2 games against 2 bad New York teams, we’re supposed to bow down?!” Broussard said in a recent episode of First Things First.
"How is Micah Parsons baffled that everyone is not all-in on the Cowboys?! It's been 28 years of failed predictions. 28 years of F-games at inopportune times. And after 2 games against 2 bad New York teams we're supposed to bow down?!" — @Chris_Broussard pic.twitter.com/g1iBkUbvIF
— First Things First (@FTFonFS1) September 19, 2023
Broussard has a point because they defeated a New York Giants squad without a legitimate pass-catching threat in Week 1.
A week later, it was the Aaron Rodgers-less New York Jets.
They’ve outscored both teams 70-10 while registering ten sacks, five interceptions, and a touchdown off a blocked field goal attempt.
However, 15 regular season games are left, and their schedule will get more challenging.
Perhaps the Cowboys can change Broussard’s mind once they defeat teams like the Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, and San Francisco 49ers.
Defeating the 49ers would be the sweetest thing for the Cowboys because they have been their playoff tormentors over the past two seasons.
Last year, the Niners defeated them during the Divisional Round, preventing Dallas from reaching their first NFC Championship Game since 1995.
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