Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys walks onto the field for pregame warm ups before taking on the Seattle Seahawks at AT&T Stadium on December 24, 2017 in Arlington, Texas.
Hate it or love it, there is power in the Dallas Cowboys when they come to town.
The Dallas Cowboys will face the Los Angeles Rams Saturday night in Memorial Coliseum at 7:15 p.m.to decide who advances to the NFC Championship game against either the New Orleans Saints or the Philadelphia Eagles. If the Rams are able to get the win at home against the Cowboys on Saturday, it will be their first playoff win as a franchise since the 2004 Wild Card Game against the Seahawks.
The New Orleans Saints defeated the Philadelphia Eagles not that long ago - just 56 days separate their Week 11 meeting from the upcoming divisional round playoff game - but both teams are in vastly different spaces. Despite their flaws, the Cowboys present a nightmare matchup for the Rams. The Cowboys seem to be much more likely of beating the Rams.
The Los Angeles Rams head into the 2018 playoffs with a 13-3 record and a lot of recovered swag after a two-game slide in December that had fans and National Football League watchers scratching their head.