Cowboys crush Seahawks, 38-17

Cowboys crush Seahawks, 38-17

There are 2 comments on the WFAA story from Nov 1, 2009, titled Cowboys crush Seahawks, 38-17. In it, WFAA reports that:

At last, the Dallas Cowboys are showing the consistency they sought. Miles Austin caught a touchdown pass for the third straight game and Patrick Crayton returned a punt for a score for the second consecutive week, sending Dallas past the Seattle Seahawks 38-17 and into a share of first place in the NFC East on Sunday.

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mwgfret

Pittsburg, CA

#1 Nov 2, 2009
They deserve to be crushed. They sucked their last years with Holmgren, why would anybody think Mora jr. would be successful? With basically the same team? With a tired, crippled Hasslebeck at QB (on the rare days when he's not injured)?
CowboysFan

Houston, TX

#3 Nov 3, 2009
Yep, not really worth bragging about when you beat a lame team like the Seajokes.

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