Matt Cassel will apparently make his second start for Dallas at quarterback since his trade last month from Buffalo after Tony Romo got hurt, on Sunday against the Seahawks. One of Pete Carroll former backups at USC threw three interceptions last weekend at the New York Giants. It was the Cowboys’ fourth straight loss.
Matt Cassel will apparently make his second start for Dallas at quarterback since his trade last month from Buffalo after Tony Romo got hurt, on Sunday against the Seahawks. One of Pete Carroll former backups at USC threw three interceptions last weekend at the New York Giants. It was the Cowboys’ fourth straight loss. Kathy Willens AP
Matt Cassel will apparently make his second start for Dallas at quarterback since his trade last month from Buffalo after Tony Romo got hurt, on Sunday against the Seahawks. One of Pete Carroll former backups at USC threw three interceptions last weekend at the New York Giants. It was the Cowboys’ fourth straight loss. Kathy Willens AP
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