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Cowboys Refuse Heavy Dosage Of Schaubitussin

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In an effort to show support to the rising Houston Texans, a friend of mine and I tried to come up with different ways to incorporate Matt Schaub’s name into terms as frequently as possible.

Thus far, the three big winners were Schaubinated, Schaub Nation, and Schaubitussin.

The latter exists due to the always mind-numbingly awful cough medicine, Robitussin.

Heading into this week, I believed that Dallas would be served two heaping tablespoons of Schaubitussen thanks to the Texans and therefore, plummet to a descent that even Cowboys owner Jerry Jones could not prevent.

However, after two weeks of uninspired play (and play-calling?), the Dallas Cowboys laid it on thick against their neighbors from Houston on Sunday, besting the Texans 27-13.

Faced with the ominous prospect of going into the bye week 0-3, the Cowboys defensive front beat up on Schaub to the tune of four sacks en route to their most complete performance of the young season.

Tony Romo’s 284 yards and two scores helped lead me to one of the most enjoyable moments of my day. While preparing to watch Eagles/Jaguars with a group of friends, numerous Cowboys fans were celebrating as if it were 1992.

It was like seeing someone on Maury receive word that they “were not the father”.

Today, the team finally gave Cowboys fans plenty reason to celebrate.

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