This midday’s matchup between the 6-3 Ranchers and 8-1 Vikings should be a standoff between two of the NFC’s best teams.Instead, what fans checking out CBS got was a beatdown.
Dallas went into Minneapolis and impacted the Vikings, so gravely as a matter of fact that CBS took the matchup off public television and put on the more serious Steelers-Bengals.
“The Cattle rustlers beat the Vikings so terrible they took them off television,” tweeted FS1’s Emmanuel Acho. “An organization removing your game from Public TV by saying,
‘We will take you to a more cutthroat matchup’ Is the genuine form of passing the sticks when you’re down 21-0.”
The Cowboys beat the Vikings so bad they took em off TV.— Emmanuel Acho (@EmmanuelAcho) November 20, 2022
A network taking your game off of National television by saying, “we’re gonna take you to a more competitive matchup.” Is the actual version of having to pass the sticks when you’re down 21-0.
As of now, it seems like at any rate, Dallas has Minnesota’ number in its home stadium.”The Ranchers have played the Vikings at U.S.
Bank Arena multiple times in the last three seasons. Dallas is presently 3-0. Winning QBs in those three games: Andy Dalton, Cooper Rush,
Dak Prescott,” tweeted Cattle rustlers beat essayist Jon Machota of The Athletic.”
The Dallas Cattle rustlers are absolutely and totally ruling the Minnesota Vikings. Articulation game,” added RJ Ochoa of “Contributing to a blog the Young men.”
With the success, Dallas moved to 7-3 on the season and remained two games back of the NFC East pioneers, the Philadelphia Falcons.
Philly won the main matchup between the two groups recently yet Dallas will have one more opportunity against its opponent on Christmas Eve.
The Cowpokes will likewise be searching for the season clear of the 7-3 New York Goliaths when they play on Thanksgiving four days from now.