Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is no longer optimistic, which finally means that he’s realistic.
Dallas WR Roy Williams thinks the team can run the table. (Maybe he’s just trying to get traded to the 49ers.)
The game essentially was decided by one play — an interception thrown by Cowboys QB Tony Romo to Vikings LB E.J. Henderson.
The ongoing failures of the team’s kickoff coverage didn’t help, either.
Though a bad ankle gave Cowboys rookie WR Dez Bryant limited reps, he delivered a game-tying touchdown reception in the fourth quarter, the first touchdown catch of his career.
The Vikings got a second-half kick in the ass from WR Randy Moss, who delivered a passionate speech during intermission.
Vikings QB Brett Favre says his elbow “felt great” during Sunday’s game.
Special teams are making a big difference for the Vikings.
Vikings defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier wouldn’t comment on whether he’s interested in the University of Minnesota head coaching position.