The 2021 NFL schedule will be released on Wednesday and Cowboys Nation could be in for a high-profile treat.Featuring the Dallas Cowboys would be a fine way for the league to kick off its season on Thursday, Sept. 9 - and writer Peter King predicted in his Football Morning in America column that the defending champion Bucs season-opener on that Thursday will pit Tampa Bay against either the Buffalo Bills or Jerry Jones Dallas Cowboys.Writes King: Tampa Bay gets to open at home on Thursday, Sept. 9, with the 2020 champs beginning 2021 with basically the exact same roster. My prediction: The foe will be either Buffalo or Dallas https://www.dallasgearshop.com/Leighton_Vander_Esch_Hoodie-160. Why do I say that? The NFL wants to get off to a very strong start after a shaky offseason, and they want a game that will generate buzz in the weeks before the season begins and will be must-see TV to start the season.Buzz? Sure. But what about the Bills bring able to be competitive with Tom Brady in Tampa? What about Dallas being able to do the same?Kings theory has that covered as well, as he writes that other foes involvement could be a game thats over by halftime. Not so Buffalo or Dallas. The Bills could go to Tampa and win the opener, and the Cowboys, with Dak Prescott leading an explosive offense, would be able to go toe-to-toe with the Arians/Brady offense.Thats deserved praise for Buffalo; the Bills, after all, did advance to the AFC title game last year.And is Dallas that deserving?Lets be frank: The Cowboys involvement here might be about competitiveness https://www.dallasgearshop.com/Chauncey_Golston_Flag-353. But its mostly about another component that King eventually acknowledges.
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