Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys Talking Smack with The Landry Hat

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Nov 27, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys cheerleader performs during the game against the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium. Philadelphia beat Dallas 33-10. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

So the Bears lived up to my expectations and lost to the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving. I really thought that I was going to be wrong after the first quarter. But then it happened. The Bears decided to not score any points and couldn’t stop the Lions offense. Oh well. The season is officially over. I guess we can keep watching to see who will be on the team next year. I am predicting that we will see Marc Trestman back for another season and there will be a new defensive coordinator, probably promoted from inside the building. That is a discussion for later. Now is the time we talk to one of our fellow fansided friends about the matchup of the Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night football. This week we contacted Christian Blood from The Landry Hat to talk a little smack and get some insight on the Dallas Cowboys.

Before we start this week’s edition of talking smack, can you tell our readers a little something about yourself?

"My name is Christian Blood and I have been a staff writer for The  Landry Hat for a little over a year but have also written  for other websites and blogs for five years. I also spent 15  years in the radio industry as a broadcaster doing everything from news and sports to bad songs by ‘NSync. I have followed the Cowboys since about 1980 and have experienced the best and worst of times with America’s Team."

Christian, what happened to the Cowboys on Thanksgiving? I was looking forward to a  good, competitive game after the shellacking the Bears got  from the Lions. Then I got that massacre that ensued by the  Eagles.

"Ah yes, Thanksgiving … not much to give “thanks” for in that game, right? Wait … your a Cubs fan, so you know a little about those kinds of results, right? Anyway, Jason Garrett and a complete “cluster-muck” of more qualified assistants and experience happened to the Cowboys. I could go on to include Jerry Jones’ financial decisions as a central problem regarding the teams pass rush, or lack thereof, this season in particular. Chicago might very well have a better shot at the playoffs than Dallas … I mean the Bears, not the Cubs, of course!"