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We made it. Welcome to the playoffs.This particular Saturday night the Dallas Cowboys will host the Seattle Seahawks and a lot of narratives will be formed. Are the Cowboys a team that can experience success in the postseason? Can Jason Garrett continue the run his team has been on? So many questions will finally have answers.The fact that this game exists is quite the answer already Dallas Cowboys T-Shirts , but as this is the world of sports, people want more. Another win. Another notch on the belt. Another reason to cheer. As the great Shane Falco said - it can often be like quicksand.What will happen on Saturday night between Dallas and Seattle? We don’t have any answers as far as the score is concerned, but we do have BTB’s five bold predictions that will tell you some of the future. Let’s have some fun.Tavon Austin will have a 40-yard playThe Cowboys saved Tavon Austin for the playoffs, they brought him back last week but it was obviously in preparation of this, after telling us that they were going to feed him the ball at a crazy rate on the day that they traded for him. Surprise, they didn’t.There has to be some reason why the Cowboys held on this long and are so willing to go back to the Tavon well. He’s a gifted athlete who can be explosive, something we’ve seen before this season however small the sample size.Austin had the nicest day of any Cowboys receiver when these two teams met earlier in the season. He’s going to have an it moment. Bank on it.Dak Prescott will out-pass Russell WilsonThe optimist in all of us wants to believe that the Cowboys cracked the code on Dak Prescott last week in New York, and it’s sort of fair to believe that as the quarterback threw for more touchdowns in a game than he ever had before. That’s noteworthy.Russell Wilson is obviously the better quarterback in this game but it’s fair to assume that where he’s going to hurt the Cowboys most is going to be on the ground as opposed to in the air. There’s no doubt that the Hot Boyz are going to have him on the run and as a result he may not have the opportunity to throw for the highest mark ever. Faith in Dak. Try it.Jeff Heath will record two interceptionsWhen the Cowboys and Seahawks squared off back in Week 3 the safety that everybody wanted in Dallas, Earl Thomas, had two picks. It sucked.The safety that everybody secretly loves https://www.dallascowboysfanshop.com/hats , Jeff Heath, had his own interception (and almost a second) the last time that a playoff game was played at AT&T Stadium. How poetic would it be if he did his best Earl Thomas impersonation when the moment was brightest? In a way, that’s the most Jeff Heath thing that Jeff Heath could do.The GOAT will strike twice.Dallas will hit at least 35 minutes on time of possessionThe key to winning for the Cowboys for so long has been to play keep away from opposing offenses. It was the formula they used for their most impressive victory of the season against the New Orleans Saints and it’s likely what they want to do all the time.Russell Wilson is gifted. He has players like Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett to work with. The Cowboys may have a defense that can contend with them but the best way to ensure that Seattle doesn’t score is to limit how much they have the ball. That’s common sense.The Cowboys are going to try to drain the clock from the moment the ball is kicked off. Which leads to our final bold prediction...Ezekiel Elliott will eclipse 200 yards rushingThere’s something about the relationship between Seattle and Ezekiel Elliott (Dak Prescott as well) that is so cosmic and interesting. Zeke made his NFL debut during the preseason at Seattle, and he returned from suspension against them last season in a game that was an effective playoff one for both teams.The identity of the Cowboys as we know it was forged against the Seahawks way back in 2014. That game, you know the one, was the crystallization of a philosophy the Cowboys were brewing and it rose like a phoenix in the Pacific Northwest.While the phoenix may have burned to ashes in last season’s meeting between the two, it’s time for it to rise again. This phoenix is named Zeke, and he’s going to eat his way to the tune of over 200 yards. It’s going to take all of them to win. LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys advanced to the divisional round of the playoffs on the strength of their running game and run defense. On Saturday night, it proved to be their downfall.The Cowboys allowed their most rushing yards in a postseason game, while Ezekiel Elliott was held to 47 yards in a 30-22 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. It was the sixth straight loss in the divisional round for Dallas Dallas Cowboys Hoodie , and it has not reached the NFC championship game since 1996."We did not do a good enough job defending the run, obviously," coach Jason Garrett said. "They were also committed to stopping our run. They had a lot of people around the line of scrimmage and that's what they were going to do." The epitome of the Cowboys' ground game woes on both sides came in the fourth quarter.Dallas was down 23-15 and on the Rams 35 when Elliott was stopped for no gain on fourth-and-1. Los Angeles then went on a 12-play, 65-yard touchdown drive where all but two plays were runs. The drive was capped off by a 1-yard score by C.J. Anderson."They dominated us up front, we didn't get any movement," said Elliott about the fourth-down play.Quarterback Dak Prescott said that stop thwarted any momentum the Cowboys had after being down 23-7 midway through the third quarter."We didn't get it done on fourth down and that changed the game right there. We weren't able to execute when we needed to and it hurt," he said. "Had we made it, we still would have a nice balance running and passing and we wouldn't have had to drop back on every play."Dallas allowed only 73 yards in its wild-card round victory over Seattle, who came in with the NFL's top-ranked rushing attack. The Cowboys didn't have the same success against the league's No. 3 rushing team, surrendering 273 yards. The old mark was 269 against the Rams in 1986 as Eric Dickerson ran for 248 yards.On Saturday https://www.dallascowboysfanshop.com/Roger-Staubach-Jersey , it was two backs that gave the Cowboys problems as Todd Gurley (115) and Anderson (123) averaged 6.1 yards per carry. It marked the first time two running backs have had 100-yard games against the Cowboys in the postseason, and the first time it has happened to them in any game since Baltimore in December 2008.The Rams did it behind a dominant game from the offensive line, with left tackle Andrew Whitworth leading the way by winning his matchups when paired up against defensive ends DeMarcus Lawrence and Randy Gregory."I don't think they outmuscled us, it was a combination of things. We didn't get upfield as well as we usually do," defensive end Tyrone Crawford said.The Cowboys' running game also struggled. Elliott averaged just 2.4 yards on 20 carries. It marked the first time in three postseason games that the third-year running back was held under 100 yards.Prescott had a rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter, but wasn't used on any designed runs until late in the game, when Dallas was down by two scores. Prescott said he wasn't surprised about that while Garrett said most of the run-pass option plays called resulted in handoffs.The Rams came in ranked 23rd in run defense during the regular season, and had allowed 98 yards or more in 10 straight games. The 50 yards allowed marked a season low and the second-fewest since former Cowboys coach Wade Phillips became defensive coordinator in 2017."We played against a real good front," Elliott said. "You guys kept asking me about stats and 5.1 yards per carry (allowed by the Rams) and I told you its playoff football and none of that (stuff) matters anymore. They came out and played better than us tonight."

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