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Why You Should Watch Monday Night Football: Part 3



The best reason is to watch Jerry Jones’ head explode if… ---

… the Cowboys don’t win their 1st game at Jerry World Stadium. Other great and less selfish reasons are…

— Something’s gotta give. Carolina is 0-2 and the Cowboys are 0-1 at the “Six Flags Over Jerry’s Ego” Dome. Both teams need a victory, with the Panthers staring up at the 3-0 Saints in their division, and the Cowboys in the same boat with the 3-0 NY Giants in theirs.

—Steve Smith, former Ute wide receiver, one of the best in the NFL. Slow start to the season, but he could exploit the Dallas secondary.

— Tony Romo Meltdown. Not a sandwich, a state of mind. Last week the Cowboys played pretty well, and Romo gave up 3 interceptions and a fumble. Once is an accident, two is a trend, three is a problem. And finally…

—More Cage Dancers??? Rawwr.