The Cowboys will be playing against the Broncos this Sunday and nobody expects the Cowboys to be much of a challenge. This is because the Broncos are playing some of the most efficient football in the league.
With that said, Dallas defensive tackle Jason Hatcher is not scared and is prepared to put up a fight against the undefeated Broncos.
“Don’t think for one minute we’re scared,” Hatcher said, told the Dallas Morning News. “We ain’t scared of nobody. I don’t really care who it is. They’re going to make plays. Any team can make plays against you. We just have to play 60 minutes of football, very sound football against a great quarterback.”
Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning has gone for 16 touchdowns, no interceptions and he is equipped with a roster of play-making receivers.
“He can be beat,” Hatcher continued. “But at the same time, you have to respect a guy like that. He’s probably one of the best. When he leaves this game, he’ll be the greatest who ever did it, so of course you respect him.”
Denver has won four straight meetings with Dallas, will it be five straight?
Kickoff starts Oct. 6 in the AT&T Stadium at 4:25 p.m. ET.