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September 20, 2010

Igor the optimist

As dark at the 0-2 start seems for the Cowboys at this point, there is a bright side -- at least if you listen to defensive end Igor Olshansky.

“This is just two games,” said Olshansky, who went on to that that it still is “a 14-game season. We could win

every game from now on and none of these games would matter, and we have that ability that we can do that.”

Part of Olshanky’s optimism is based on the defensive success against the run so far. The Cowboys rank sixth in the league through two games, allowing 63.5 yards rushing per game. They allowed the Bears only 38 yards.

“I think we're going to win a lot of games,” Olshansky said. “I know we are. Defensively, [they] can't run the ball on us really, as of a right now, in two games. So we'll see what anyone else is going to try and do. I'm sure they are going to try to test us. I hope they do, because that's when I play.”

-- Jan Hubbard


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