Patriots-Cowboys Preview: Brady, Moss Will Lead a Landslide

James HudsonContributor IOctober 11, 2007

IconBoth quarterbacks are off to the best starts of their careers.

But while Tom Brady has looked unstoppable of late, Tony Romo has looked sloppy—and got lucky against Buffalo.

The hype around Sunday's Patriots-Cowboys game may be undeserved. Neither team has played a worthy opponent so far.

Still, the Patriots have blown alway everybody they've faced.

The Cowboys, on the other hand, have played the likes of New York, St. Louis, Buffalo, and Miami—and have been inconsistent in their margin of victory, which has ranged from one to 28 points.

The Monday Night game has to be the least convincing of their wins.

Against the Bills, Tony Romo threw five interceptions and lost a fumble. There's no way a team like New England, or any other team above .500, would lose that game.

Look for Brady to have a field day against the Cowboys—and Randy Moss should be stellar too.

Moss' career numbers against the Cowboys: 19.8 YPC, with 512 yards and seven TDs.

Look for him to be ready to play.

Also, the Patriots' defense is far better than the Cowboys', even without Richard Seymour and Rodney Harrison.

Although the Cowboys have one of the best O-lines in the NFL, the overall edge still goes to the Pats—and it's not even close.

Fearless Prediction: Patriots 41, Cowboys 20