Originally Posted by Hook'em#11
Dallas playing at home is less then positive. They play like crap there. I don't see any "terrible" teams coming into to Dallas.
I see 3 teams that could quite frankly beat Dallas. Nothing is a given. There isn't any advantage there. Nothing.
I would rather they had 1 home game left and 6 on the road.
No offense but you are basically ignoring reality then.
This week the 2-7 Cleveland Browns come to town. They have arguably the worst offense in football. They are terrible.
That is followed by a 3-6 Redskins team who has officially waved the white flag. The coach admits they are playing for the future.
Then we get the sad-sack Eagles in here, who are also 3-6 and basically give up on the season now with a terrible OL and a rookie QB.
Dallas is 1-2 at home this year. Definitely not good. But they lost to the 6 win giants and 7 win Bears at home. Hardly horrible results or weak opposition.
Pitt and NO aren't terrible at all but are not playing anywhere near great football right now. Anyone preferring to play them in their home stadiums is delusional. Keeping the Saints out of the Dome and the Steelers away form the cold weather are both huge breaks for this team.