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My Cowboys are not ready. I though this from the beginning—it really doesn't matter how many stars you have on offense. If you don't have a line, you're in trouble. That holding call was classic Cowboys in the Wade Phillips (and really Bill Parcells) era.


The only other game I saw was the Philly. Michael Vick still isn't accurate, but he looks like he never did a day of that bid. The NFC East looked really overrated yesterday.

Lastly, D-Sel was kind enough to come back and set up our Pick-Em league. We're going through Yahoo sports. Info after the jump. We start up at Week 3. When it fills up, D will set up another league. It'd be nice if we could get him some help on pulling together the scores each week. Two or three volunteers would be awesome.

Group ID#: 68424 

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Ta-Nehisi Coates is a national correspondent at The Atlantic, where he writes about culture, politics, and social issues. He is the author of the memoir The Beautiful Struggle.

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