Over the length of 2014 season, the Dallas Cowboys experienced their ups and downs, but at this time this team is playing much better than any squad in the NFL This Sunday, they will have a excellent team coming to town in the Indianapolis Colts, that are led by star quarterback Andrew Luck. Dallas hasn’t been good in the home, but this is going to be a high-scoring game which can help the Cowboys’cause. This game could be the first matchup between Tony Romo and Luck.
Even though AFC South is among the worst divisions in the NFL, the Colts are playing great football and are in the race for a first-round bye. The Colts have already been without stud pass rusher Robert Mathis all season, but this offense has been extremely dynamic. T.Y. Hilton has emerged as a top-tier receiver, and Reggie Wayne, although he’s declining, is in the midst of another decent season. To accompany that, Luck already has 38 touchdowns and he should break the 40 barrier in this game.
On one other side of the ball, the Cowboys are coming off two wins on the Chicago Bears and their division rival Philadelphia Eagles. Despite that, star running back DeMarco Murray has a fractured bone in his fourth finger. Although that is an unbelievably minor injury, the key problem is that Murray has already established various injuries in his young career and this could become something worse. If that happens, the Cowboys is likely to be in trouble.
Overall, the Colts would be the healthier team and they have a vaunted pass defense, which can be something the Cowboys have struggled with before month or so. However, Dallas’ ability to determine their rushing attack is the better in the league, and the Colts have already been exposed against the run in 2014. Only a month ago, Jonas Gray ran for merely a yard in short supply of 200. With how good the Cowboys are in advance, it shouldn’t matter if it’s Murray or Joseph Randle running the ball. The Cowboys are going to outmuscle the Colts and greatly enhance their playoff chances in the process. Play on Dallas Cowboys.