Watch Now France vs Australia Eric Dickerson joins Skip and Shannon to predict the Cowboys vs Rams playoff game | NFL | UNDISPUTED


Eric Dickerson joins Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe to give his prediction on the Los Angeles Rams vs the Dallas Cowboys NFL playoff game this weekend. Watch as Eric Dickerson also surprise Skip with a good luck gift.

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67 thoughts on “Watch Now France vs Australia Eric Dickerson joins Skip and Shannon to predict the Cowboys vs Rams playoff game | NFL | UNDISPUTED”

  1. Dallas has a much better defense. McVay is the better coach. LA playing at home. I’ll go with the coach and the home game.

  2. Goff isn’t a 30 million a year quarterback unless he wins a few playoff games. He loses this one, let him sign somewhere else for that kind of money.

  3. As Skip was saying all this, 3 weeks previously the Cowboys were shut out. They were next to last in the NFC EAST in points per game, and they only outscored their opponents by 15 points the entire season, ranked 22nd in scoring. They only beat two teams with winning records the whole year, Philly and Seattle. Dallas only got hyped because they won their division.

    1. anthony patterson said – They only beat two teams with winning records the whole year, Philly and Seattle.

      You forgot one…the Saints.

  4. Can’t wait till tomorrow when Skip comes to work in tears n makes all the excuses why the Cowboys lost turning point I think going for it on 4th n 1

  5. I REMEMBER JOHNNY SAMPLE IN JANUARY 1959—DO YOU? 
    John B. Sample, Jr. was one of the greatest defensive minds and defensive backs to ever play in the National Football League. He played for the Baltimore Colts, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Washington Redskins. In the American Football League he played for the New York Jets. Johnny had the distinction of beginning and ending his career with championship wins. In two of the most famous games in Professional Football history he won an NFL championship and a World Championship. He is the only player in professional football history to play on three different professional football championship teams. In 1958 his rookie season with the Baltimore Colts he won an NFL championship ring in their victory over the New York Giants in a game now known as The Greatest Game ever played. The game was the first to go into OT. He won another championship in 1959 NFL Championship game scoring a touchdown on a 42-yard interception return in the Colts 31-16 victory over the Giants again. In 1968 his final season he was co-captain of the New York Jets with legendary QB Joe Namath. In a never forgotten AFL/NFL world championship the Jets were the underdogs against Johnny’s old team the Baltimore Colts. The game is now called the greatest upset in pro football history. He had an interception in the Jets 16-7 victory–Johnny Sample was there. He is the only professional football player to have won, NFL, AFL and Super Bowl Championships. He was the first player from an HBC (Maryland Eastern Shore/Maryland State) to be selected to play in the 1959 College All-Star Game against the NFL. Johnny Sample was named to the second team NFL All-Pro team 5 times (1960-61-65-66-and 1968) and the UPI first team All-Pro in 1961. He is over qualified to be in NFL Hall of Fame.
     
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    Read more on the great Johnny Sample @blackmeninamerica.com “Harold Bell’s Walk Through American Sports History With Champs & C

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