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Skip Bayless explains why he’s confident his Cowboys can win road games despite Week 1 loss to Bucs I UNDISPUTED

Many people are crediting the Dallas Cowboys with a moral victory after they played the defending champion Tampa Bay Bucs tight in an opening night loss last Thursday, but some still have higher expectations for the team. Ahead of Sunday’s game at the Los Angeles Chargers, the Dallas Morning News writes that it’s imperative for Dallas to win a big road game early in the season to set a tone for the upcoming year, considering how poor they’ve been away from Jerryworld during the past two seasons. Skip Bayless explains why he’s confident his Cowboys can win road games despite their loss to the Bucs.

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LaVar Arrington: I’m confident that Dak Prescott will either ‘rock or get rocked’ against the Bucs I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Things are looking up for the Dallas Cowboys. Dak Prescott participated in team drills earlier this week and all signs are pointing to him being ready to go in their season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Offensive Coordinator Kellen Moore said quote: ‘We’re just playing ball at this point, we’re not looking at anything from a limitation standpoint, we’re playing football and we’re getting ready for the regular season at Tampa Bay.’ LaVar Arrington explains why he feels Dak will either be ‘ready to rock or get rocked’ by the Bucs.

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LaVar Arrington: ‘I’m not confident Dak & Dallas will be ready to face Tampa Bay in Week 1’ I SPEAK FOR. YOURSELF

Dak Prescott is surrounded by question marks going into Week 1, and with the championship Tampa Bay Buccaneers being their first challenge, LaVar Arrington isn’t so sure the Dallas Cowboys will be up to it. Hear him explain to Joy Taylor and Ric Bucher why he’s not confident Dak will be ready when the 2021 season officially starts.

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Skip Bayless on whether the Cowboys should feel confident about starting Dak Prescott Week 1 I UNDISPUTED

The Dallas Cowboys are saying they expect Dak Prescott to be ready for their season opener but now the question is just how ready will their franchise QB be? According to the latest report, Dak is quote, ‘not fully back, and he may not be back all season long.’ Dak warmed up by throwing around 50 passes before their game against the Texans over the weekend and Jerry Jones said that if the opener had been over the weekend he wouldn’t have been concerned about Dak’s status. Hear what Skip Bayless has to say about Dak’s lingering shoulder injury and whether the Cowboys should feel confident about starting him Week 1 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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Marcellus Wiley is confident in his Clippers evening up the Jazz series after Game 3 win I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Los Angeles Clippers took care of business in Game 3 on Saturday night against the Utah Jazz with a final score of 132-106. They’re now down 2-1 and head coach Ty Lue said after the game that he knows ‘Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are two of the best in the league’ and they showed it, combining for 65 points. Game 4 is in Los Angeles tonight. ‘Coach’ Marcellus Wiley excitedly explains why he is confident his Clippers will even up the series in Game 4 tonight.

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Marcellus Wiley: I don’t feel confident Jordan Love will “be ready Week 1,” but no player is I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Aaron Rodgers is holding out from the Green Bay Packers’ minicamp, so Jordan Love is getting in first team reps. He has received both positive and negative feedback so far in camp. However, Rodgers can still be MIA when the season starts. Love was asked if he would be prepared to start Week 1 and responded saying quote ‘This is a time where I’m getting a lot of extremely valuable reps than I might have not been getting in a normal circumstance..I was drafted here to play quarterback and I’d definitely be ready Week 1.’ Marcellus Wiley explains why he feels the 2020 first rounder won’t be ready for Week 1, but to ‘not put too much on this; it’s the first game.’

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