The Dallas Cowboys provided a smackdown on the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday, winning 54-19 to improve their record to 9-3 and second place in the NFC East. While Cowboys fans erupted with joy with the dominating performance, not everybody thinks the Cowboys are all that. In fact, sports guru Colin Cowherd straight-up thinks the team with the star on the helmet "are bullies".

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On a recent edition of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, the sportscaster completely ripped into the Cowboys calling them "classic schoolyard bullies" who basically prey on the weak.

Dallas is the schoolyard bully— they seize on the weak and terrified, but when they face top quarterbacks and real pass rushes, when they face playoff teams or have to go on the road and the margins shrink, that is when I don’t trust Dallas. (Colin Cowherd on The Herd)

Cowherd went on to say that are always at their best playing the weak teams and that the Colts were a beachball and Dallas is the pitbull ready to pounce on them.

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On one hand, I kind of agree with Cowherd to an extent that the Cowboys haven't exactly had the strongest schedule. But then again, look at the Philadelphia Eagles. They're 11-1 on the season but really haven't played a tough schedule in my opinion. Heck, they barely beat the Colts themselves 17-16.

On the other hand, I think Cowherd is just a Cowboys hater. Just my opinion.

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I may be a bit biased but I strongly think the Cowboys are one of the best in the league. Yeah, go ahead and make your jokes. But mark my words, the Cowboys will be in the NFC Championship game at the very least this year.

Strong prediction? Yes. Fingers crossed? Also yes.

Cowherd, bite me.

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