Marcus Peters Smacked Amari Cooper in Face After Cowboys-Rams Game

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The Rams will be in the conference championship game for the first time since the 2001 season when they beat the Eagles. He's attended several Cowboys games over the years.

Now with a long offseason ahead, we take a look into our crystal ball and attempt to predict what they will do when the 2019 NFL Draft comes around.

If Beasley was at full strength, he's likely able to stop his vertical route sooner and give Prescott an easy throw underneath as he rolled to the right. Left tackle Andrew Whitworth left the game against the 49ers because of a knee bruise, but he said he was ready to go. Jason Garrett, the Cowboys coach for the better part of a decade (since 2011) was understandably overpowered by a well-coached Rams team. Losing one on a odd call like this was a blow Dallas never had a chance to recover from.

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To give his offense a chance on fourth and short, Prescott delivered a strike to Brown on the sideline for 13 yards.

This could definitely be seen as a hint of extra motivation for the Rams, knowing that the city's most famous team and their players are cheering them on.

"They are a good defense", Cowboys center Joe Looney said. "They came out and played and they won today".

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The 2018 season was quite a roller coaster for the Dallas Cowboys and their fans. Obviously, Peters didn't take too kindly to those words from Cooper, who ended up with six catches for 65 yards and a touchdown. Bout time for a coaching change don'tcha think?!

They won't be happy with the result, but the Cowboys should be proud of their final outcome on this year. Win or lose you make this job fun.

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