NFL Fact or Fiction: Dallas Cowboys Face Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVI

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NFL Fact or Fiction: Dallas Cowboys Face Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVI
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In the preseason, this potential Super Bowl matchup looked quite plausible.

The Dallas Cowboys were a favorite in the NFC East, and the Baltimore Ravens were considered one of the best teams in the AFC.

After seven weeks of NFL action, these teams are more mysteries than anything else.

You never know which Cowboys team will show up each week. The one that beats up on the hapless St. Louis Rams or the Tony Romo-led debacle that lost close games to Detroit and New England.

At the same time, just a week ago, it seemed the Ravens were living up to the hype. They were dominating opponents and giving up the fewest points in the league.

Then they laid an egg on Monday Night Football against one of the worst teams in the NFL—the Jacksonville Jaguars.

What must be realized is that these are two of the most talented teams in all of football.

Consistency has been an issue for both units, but each franchise has the ability to make a run at the Super Bowl.

Here are the statements of fact and fiction regarding their potential clash at Super Bowl XLVI

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