Dallas Cowboys: Why Flying Under the NFL Radar Is a Good Thing for 'Pokes

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Dallas Cowboys: Why Flying Under the NFL Radar Is a Good Thing for 'Pokes
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All of the hype heading into last season was about how the Dallas Cowboys were going to turn the Super Bowl into a home game.  With that kind of talk going on, expectations for fans basically became "Super Bowl or Bust."

After a 1-7 start and the loss of quarterback Tony Romo to injury, the verdict was in loud and clear that the season had, in fact, been a bust.  Despite having plenty of talent back and their quarterback returning to the field, the Cowboys are still very much flying under the radar in 2011 because of their dreadful performance last season.

I believe Dallas' situation of lower expectations this year is actually a good thing for them, especially in comparison to all of the hype surrounding this team in 2010.  Keep reading and I will explain why. 

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