Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams: 5 Bold predictions for Divisional Round

Esequiel Farfan
Enero 13, 2019

Owens tweeted it was "time for a coaching change" after the Cowboys lost 30-22 to the Rams in the NFC Divisional Round. These two teams have squared off in the playoffs more than any other teams in National Football League history, and if their play this season is any indication, Saturday evening's battle should be a fun one.

Ezekiel Elliott rushed for a TD and Amari Cooper caught an early TD pass for the Cowboys (11-7), who still haven't won a playoff game on the road in 26 years. These two teams are similar in that most of what they do offensively is based off the spectacular abilities of their respective running backs, but nearly everything else about them is different.

The two teams have had strong offensive line play at times this season as both the Rams and Cowboys have blocked for 1,200-plus yard rushers.

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We'll be live blogging the whole playoff party below and then you can check back later for some takeaways.

The Rams will face the victor of the Eagles-Saints game on Sunday.

So with Los Angeles having two solid options to work with at running back all of a sudden, here are three reasons why McVay should consider using Anderson just as much as Gurley once Saturday's game gets underway to give the team a better chance of defeating the Cowboys. Like stated earlier, there are going to need to be bold moves and decisions made throughout the game played in the City of Angels, but once it is all said and done, the game will be one to remember for National Football League fans.

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