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The Cowboys have been doing well this season. However, they faced a tough game against the Vikings on Sunday, and took a rough loss. The game was a close one. No matter what the Cowboys tried, they were not able to beat the Vikings, who, under the expert care of Favre, took a savvy win. It seems he is back in commission. Farve played a big part in the game on Sunday that ended 24-21 after regulation time. Baseball odds.

Dallas has been doing ok, but just barely. Standing at a 1-4 record, the Texas team has not had any major injuries, and still has a chance to pull it off. They faced the indomitable Vikings, proving incapable of putting the game away for their second win of the season. Instead, they were handed a fourth loss. Still, don’t count the Cowboys just out. They showed what they were capable of against the Texans. If they can just fine-tune their game, they can still pull through with a sturdy season. It will all come down to whoever plays the best, and at the moment, the Cowboys are not a prime contender. Baseball spreads.

The Vikings are having a number of issues with Favre on the field. Whil he looked a bit better on the field on Sunday, he was not up to top shape. The QB has been having trouble completing passes, and has looked a bit ragged. Luckily for him, his team was there to back him up. The game went on, with Percy Harvin making the play of the day. Baseball lines.

He added his special touch with a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Dallas to show just how well the Vikings are playing. The game was a close one, but the Cowboys were outclassed. If Favre can piece himself back together, it will be a strong year for them. Be sure and follow up at

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