Arrow Stadium will host Dak Prescott’s most dynamic offense and the NFL’s best player, the NFL’s Most Dynamic Offense
Kansas City, Missouri — This afternoon, Arrowhead Stadium will host the most dynamic offensive in the NFL.
Two-time AFC champions still have scoring potential. Just ask the Raiders after they defeated them 41-14 last Thursday.
It will however not be owned by the Kansas City Chiefs.
They finished above both in 1971 when the Cowboys won Super Bowl.
Dark Prescott and his Dallas Cowboys were the unstoppable offense for the majority of the season. They led the league in points per game and yards per game during the first 10 weeks.
Andy Reid, Chiefs coach admitted that they are “the number one offensive player across all categories of the league.” “Dak is very talented, Ezekiel Elliot and other players are also very skilled. They have a lot good offensive players. Our defense faces a formidable challenge. This is something our players know. All you need to do is look at the video.
Prescott is a prolific touchdown shooter, and they can often see him scoring them. This streak of six consecutive wins was the longest in his career. While Elliott scored two touchdowns Sunday against the Falcons, CeeDee lamb also caught 94 yards and scored two touchdowns.
This is very similar to what the Chiefs did in recent years.
With 7 wins and 2 losses, this is the third consecutive season that the Cowboys have scored more than 40 goals in a single match.
Mike McCarthy, Cowboys coach said that while he respected them greatly, he and his team will not be able to say they want to be the Kansas City Chiefs. The Cowboys have been successful, especially over the last three seasons. They are part and parcel of what we want in the playoffs, and they are the trends this season. However, I won’t say we follow them as an example.
The Cowboys have done much better defensively than the Chiefs this season. However, data shows that they are still the worst team in this area. They have also performed better in recent weeks.
It coincides also with the return of several injured players as well as the arrival of Melvin Ingram, defensive lineman.
This will be the greatest test for Dallas’ genius offense.
Elliott stated, “You seem to be asking us every week whether this game will win a lot of money. But this is just another game.” “Every week is crucial in the league. Every team that we play against is very good. It would be amazing if we could win away in hostile environments.