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Team Turmoil (Dallas Cowboys) (1 Viewer)

Mimo

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If we thought the distractions of the Giants in recent weeks were bad the Cowboys' distractions are of the meltdown variety. The in-fighting, jealously and bickering between teammates have killed any chance for this team to make a playoff run. The Cowboy in-fighting headlines have made the game secordary vs Giants. It will all come to a head in news conferences tomorrow after they get crushed by the Giants in the Texas Stadium finale 30-13.

 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.

Nothing to see here. Move along.

 
Cowboys lose a close one in the 4th quarter as Romo makes yet another late game bone head play. Mark it down.

Do not be surprised if the Cowboys lead for nearly the entire game, only to screw it up late. (There is ZERO leadership on the Cowboys, from the owner, to the coach, to the players)

Biggest waste of talent I've seen in a long time. (Been a Cowboys fan for 25 years. Haven't mised a game since '88)

This team is such a waste.

 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.Nothing to see here. Move along.
Actually I have never heard of the 2 you mentioned, I'm just a sports fan watching from afar. If u can't see this team is in trouble after the week they have had then u need to remove the rose colored glasses.
 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.Nothing to see here. Move along.
Actually I have never heard of the 2 you mentioned, I'm just a sports fan watching from afar. If u can't see this team is in trouble after the week they have had then u need to remove the rose colored glasses.
Wasted breath. He's a Cowboy's fan. He's got an classless owner that has cosmetic surgery like an aging has-been-beauty-queen. He spends all his time defending a cancer that has infected three separate football teams, and why? Because he's a Dallas Cowboy.What a joke of a franchise. I know they're worth more than any other sports franchise. That speaks poorly of the American people. Simple idiots.
 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.Nothing to see here. Move along.
Actually I have never heard of the 2 you mentioned, I'm just a sports fan watching from afar. If u can't see this team is in trouble after the week they have had then u need to remove the rose colored glasses.
Wasted breath. He's a Cowboy's fan. He's got an classless owner that has cosmetic surgery like an aging has-been-beauty-queen. He spends all his time defending a cancer that has infected three separate football teams, and why? Because he's a Dallas Cowboy.What a joke of a franchise. I know they're worth more than any other sports franchise. That speaks poorly of the American people. Simple idiots.
Coming from a guy that chose "Shart" as his idenitity. :whistle:
 
I almost wonder if Jones isn't behind all of this so he won't be blasted quite so much when he blames Wade for it all so he can install Jason Garrett as head coach.

 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.Nothing to see here. Move along.
Actually I have never heard of the 2 you mentioned, I'm just a sports fan watching from afar. If u can't see this team is in trouble after the week they have had then u need to remove the rose colored glasses.
Wasted breath. He's a Cowboy's fan. He's got an classless owner that has cosmetic surgery like an aging has-been-beauty-queen. He spends all his time defending a cancer that has infected three separate football teams, and why? Because he's a Dallas Cowboy.What a joke of a franchise. I know they're worth more than any other sports franchise. That speaks poorly of the American people. Simple idiots.
Come on, Shart. Tell me who your team is. This should be easy.
 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.Nothing to see here. Move along.
Actually I have never heard of the 2 you mentioned, I'm just a sports fan watching from afar. If u can't see this team is in trouble after the week they have had then u need to remove the rose colored glasses.
Wasted breath. He's a Cowboy's fan. He's got an classless owner that has cosmetic surgery like an aging has-been-beauty-queen. He spends all his time defending a cancer that has infected three separate football teams, and why? Because he's a Dallas Cowboy.What a joke of a franchise. I know they're worth more than any other sports franchise. That speaks poorly of the American people. Simple idiots.
Coming from a guy that chose "Shart" as his idenitity. :headbang:
Yeah, you're right. Owens and the Cowboys are a class organization because my screen name is silly.
 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.Nothing to see here. Move along.
Actually I have never heard of the 2 you mentioned, I'm just a sports fan watching from afar. If u can't see this team is in trouble after the week they have had then u need to remove the rose colored glasses.
Wasted breath. He's a Cowboy's fan. He's got an classless owner that has cosmetic surgery like an aging has-been-beauty-queen. He spends all his time defending a cancer that has infected three separate football teams, and why? Because he's a Dallas Cowboy.What a joke of a franchise. I know they're worth more than any other sports franchise. That speaks poorly of the American people. Simple idiots.
Coming from a guy that chose "Shart" as his idenitity. :headbang:
:thumbup: Playing vs. Romo, Choice (likely), and Folk tomorrow in R2 (with MBIII likely on my bench :wall: ). I'm OK w/ a short term DAL implosion. TIA Jerry & TO.
 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.Nothing to see here. Move along.
Actually I have never heard of the 2 you mentioned, I'm just a sports fan watching from afar. If u can't see this team is in trouble after the week they have had then u need to remove the rose colored glasses.
Wasted breath. He's a Cowboy's fan. He's got an classless owner that has cosmetic surgery like an aging has-been-beauty-queen. He spends all his time defending a cancer that has infected three separate football teams, and why? Because he's a Dallas Cowboy.What a joke of a franchise. I know they're worth more than any other sports franchise. That speaks poorly of the American people. Simple idiots.
Come on, Shart. Tell me who your team is. This should be easy.
Was Cowboys until Jones bought them and the handling of Tom Landry. I've never been a fan of a team with the passion as I was the Cowboys back in the day. I actually cried with Jackie Smith dropped that pass in the super bowl. Cried like a baby (I was a kid at the time, but still didn't want anyone to see me...)Was also always Oilers until Houston refused to buy Bud Adams a stadium, and then ended up having to build a stadium yet. I still secretly pull for the Titans and in my mind think of them as Oilers, but that fades more and more every year.So that leaves the Texans. Have fun...
 
Can't defend TO at his previous stops, though I think McNabb is as selfish as he is.

In this case, however, it need to be said. Romo blew the game (yet again) by forcing the ball to Witten on two critical plays. After a team has fought that hard in a hostile environment only to see the game blown by stupid plays, somebody has to say something. Coaching staff seems content to say "We fought hard, played well, blah, blah, blah."

This team has a top five WR in the league in TO and now they have gone and signed Roy Williams who has caught something like 11 balls in 5 or 6 games. I for one am tired of seeing the offense waste that kind of talent, and if Romo needs a wake-up call then fine, even if it means TO is the scapegoat.

 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.Nothing to see here. Move along.
Actually I have never heard of the 2 you mentioned, I'm just a sports fan watching from afar. If u can't see this team is in trouble after the week they have had then u need to remove the rose colored glasses.
Wasted breath. He's a Cowboy's fan. He's got an classless owner that has cosmetic surgery like an aging has-been-beauty-queen. He spends all his time defending a cancer that has infected three separate football teams, and why? Because he's a Dallas Cowboy.What a joke of a franchise. I know they're worth more than any other sports franchise. That speaks poorly of the American people. Simple idiots.
Come on, Shart. Tell me who your team is. This should be easy.
Was Cowboys until Jones bought them and the handling of Tom Landry. I've never been a fan of a team with the passion as I was the Cowboys back in the day. I actually cried with Jackie Smith dropped that pass in the super bowl. Cried like a baby (I was a kid at the time, but still didn't want anyone to see me...)Was also always Oilers until Houston refused to buy Bud Adams a stadium, and then ended up having to build a stadium yet. I still secretly pull for the Titans and in my mind think of them as Oilers, but that fades more and more every year.So that leaves the Texans. Have fun...
Why don't you do the easy thing and just be a team of the current Super Bowl champ? I grew up a fan as well. Could the Landry situation been handled a little better? Yeah but bringing in Johnson to win 3 more titles was the right move.Real fans don't change fandoms. You were never a Cowboy so spew your nonsense elsewhere. What a joke.
 
Can't defend TO at his previous stops, though I think McNabb is as selfish as he is.In this case, however, it need to be said. Romo blew the game (yet again) by forcing the ball to Witten on two critical plays. After a team has fought that hard in a hostile environment only to see the game blown by stupid plays, somebody has to say something. Coaching staff seems content to say "We fought hard, played well, blah, blah, blah."This team has a top five WR in the league in TO and now they have gone and signed Roy Williams who has caught something like 11 balls in 5 or 6 games. I for one am tired of seeing the offense waste that kind of talent, and if Romo needs a wake-up call then fine, even if it means TO is the scapegoat.
Why exactly does something need to be said? Is it easy to find a better QB or is this drama going to make the current QB play better?And what does "yet again" mean? Do we need to run down the list of "clutch" QB's who have played much worse in their first two postseason games?
 
Can't defend TO at his previous stops, though I think McNabb is as selfish as he is.In this case, however, it need to be said. Romo blew the game (yet again) by forcing the ball to Witten on two critical plays. After a team has fought that hard in a hostile environment only to see the game blown by stupid plays, somebody has to say something. Coaching staff seems content to say "We fought hard, played well, blah, blah, blah."This team has a top five WR in the league in TO and now they have gone and signed Roy Williams who has caught something like 11 balls in 5 or 6 games. I for one am tired of seeing the offense waste that kind of talent, and if Romo needs a wake-up call then fine, even if it means TO is the scapegoat.
Why exactly does something need to be said? Is it easy to find a better QB or is this drama going to make the current QB play better?And what does "yet again" mean? Do we need to run down the list of "clutch" QB's who have played much worse in their first two postseason games?
If you're a Bills fan, nothing does need be said about the Cowboys (or about the Bills, for that matter). Mediocrity is fine.If your a Cowboys fan, it's just not good enough. And if forcing it to Witten (when there are PLENTY of other weapons) caused the problem then I want someone to say so. All of the politically correct coaches and management wouldn't say sh&t if they had a mouth full.You might think two post seasons is just getting warmed up, but there's not guarantee that these opportunities will come along again.Come on. You're a Bills fan...you should know that.
 
Can't defend TO at his previous stops, though I think McNabb is as selfish as he is.In this case, however, it need to be said. Romo blew the game (yet again) by forcing the ball to Witten on two critical plays. After a team has fought that hard in a hostile environment only to see the game blown by stupid plays, somebody has to say something. Coaching staff seems content to say "We fought hard, played well, blah, blah, blah."This team has a top five WR in the league in TO and now they have gone and signed Roy Williams who has caught something like 11 balls in 5 or 6 games. I for one am tired of seeing the offense waste that kind of talent, and if Romo needs a wake-up call then fine, even if it means TO is the scapegoat.
Why exactly does something need to be said? Is it easy to find a better QB or is this drama going to make the current QB play better?And what does "yet again" mean? Do we need to run down the list of "clutch" QB's who have played much worse in their first two postseason games?
If you're a Bills fan, nothing does need be said about the Cowboys (or about the Bills, for that matter). Mediocrity is fine.If your a Cowboys fan, it's just not good enough. And if forcing it to Witten (when there are PLENTY of other weapons) caused the problem then I want someone to say so. All of the politically correct coaches and management wouldn't say sh&t if they had a mouth full.You might think two post seasons is just getting warmed up, but there's not guarantee that these opportunities will come along again.Come on. You're a Bills fan...you should know that.
One thing my "fanship" has taught me is that it can take 12+ years to find a QB as good as Romo, and lacking such makes those postseason opportunities much harder to come by. But you're right, a "Quincy Carter/Chad Hutchinson/Drew Henson/over the hill Testeverde & Bledsoe" type of era could never happen to a team as sexy as Dallas. Excuse me while I humbly crawl back into my Western NY hole and accept mediocrity.
 
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If we thought the distractions of the Giants in recent weeks were bad the Cowboys' distractions are of the meltdown variety. The in-fighting, jealously and bickering between teammates have killed any chance for this team to make a playoff run. The Cowboy in-fighting headlines have made the game secordary vs Giants. It will all come to a head in news conferences tomorrow after they get crushed by the Giants in the Texas Stadium finale 30-13.
:thumbup: I will bump this Sunday night so you can eat crow. Giants lose big. They will not be able to move the ball against the Cowboys defense. Cowboys win and everything is great at Valley Ranch. Giants lose and all of a sudden Plax story resurfaces and all the ESPN figureheads jump on the Cowboys bandwagon.
 
Cowboys by 3. Line hasn't even moved because of all the press, entire country thinks the Cowboys are in disarray. Smart money is on the Boys.

 
Cowboys by 3. Line hasn't even moved because of all the press, entire country thinks the Cowboys are in disarray. Smart money is on the Boys.
... and if that damned anti-Dallas media would stop talking about how the Giants are the defending superbowl champs, have the best record in the NFC and bludgeoned Dallas earlier in the year that Dallas would really be favored.Damn anti-Dallas media. :thanks:

 
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Cowboys by 3. Line hasn't even moved because of all the press, entire country thinks the Cowboys are in disarray. Smart money is on the Boys.
... and if that damned anti-Dallas media would stop talking about how the Giants are the defending superbowl champs, have the best record in the NFC and bludgeoned Dallas earlier in the year that Dallas would really be favored.Damn anti-Dallas media. :thanks:
Yeah, I think you get my point. Dallas should win this game. Yes?
 
Cowboys by 3. Line hasn't even moved because of all the press, entire country thinks the Cowboys are in disarray. Smart money is on the Boys.
... and if that damned anti-Dallas media would stop talking about how the Giants are the defending superbowl champs, have the best record in the NFC and bludgeoned Dallas earlier in the year that Dallas would really be favored.Damn anti-Dallas media. :thanks:
Yeah, I think you get my point. Dallas should win this game. Yes?
Of course Dallas should win!If even that damn anti-Dallas, liberal media outlet ESPN, with their "gotcha!" questions says that Dallas is the best team in the NFC then it's got to be true!

 
This prediction would have been a lot more interesting six weeks ago. You're going out on a pretty sturdy limb here, Nostradamus.

 
Cowboys by 3. Line hasn't even moved because of all the press, entire country thinks the Cowboys are in disarray. Smart money is on the Boys.
... and if that damned anti-Dallas media would stop talking about how the Giants are the defending superbowl champs, have the best record in the NFC and bludgeoned Dallas earlier in the year that Dallas would really be favored.Damn anti-Dallas media. :thumbup:
Yeah, I think you get my point. Dallas should win this game. Yes?
Of course Dallas should win!If even that damn anti-Dallas, liberal media outlet ESPN, with their "gotcha!" questions says that Dallas is the best team in the NFC then it's got to be true!
Are you being serious ESPN has all but written Dallas off as a playoff contender. According to ESPN Dallas should not even show up.
 
If we thought the distractions of the Giants in recent weeks were bad the Cowboys' distractions are of the meltdown variety. The in-fighting, jealously and bickering between teammates have killed any chance for this team to make a playoff run. The Cowboy in-fighting headlines have made the game secordary vs Giants. It will all come to a head in news conferences tomorrow after they get crushed by the Giants in the Texas Stadium finale 30-13.
:thumbup: I will bump this Sunday night so you can eat crow. Giants lose big. They will not be able to move the ball against the Cowboys defense. Cowboys win and everything is great at Valley Ranch. Giants lose and all of a sudden Plax story resurfaces and all the ESPN figureheads jump on the Cowboys bandwagon.
I think I can safely predict that the Cowboys will be the story the rest of the regular season until they are eliminated from the playoffs.
 
Can't defend TO at his previous stops, though I think McNabb is as selfish as he is.

In this case, however, it need to be said. Romo blew the game (yet again) by forcing the ball to Witten on two critical plays. After a team has fought that hard in a hostile environment only to see the game blown by stupid plays, somebody has to say something. Coaching staff seems content to say "We fought hard, played well, blah, blah, blah."

This team has a top five WR in the league in TO and now they have gone and signed Roy Williams who has caught something like 11 balls in 5 or 6 games. I for one am tired of seeing the offense waste that kind of talent, and if Romo needs a wake-up call then fine, even if it means TO is the scapegoat.
I hate to break it to you, but as a Lions fan let me tell you that Roy Williams WR talent is mostly on paper. He will make a highlight reel catch and then disappear for the rest of the game. The guy should be a beast in this league, but he rarely dominates on gameday. And I don't know why. The talent is there. He's not lazy. But he just doesn't get the results that you would expect from a player with his skills.
 
Owens is Owens.

If Owens gets 7-8 catches, 120 yardsa and couple of TDs he is happy win or lose.

 
I heard this morning that Witten and Owens had to be separated in practice....That can't be good. Still, I'm starting both Romo and Owens as of right now....

 
Can't defend TO at his previous stops, though I think McNabb is as selfish as he is.

In this case, however, it need to be said. Romo blew the game (yet again) by forcing the ball to Witten on two critical plays. After a team has fought that hard in a hostile environment only to see the game blown by stupid plays, somebody has to say something. Coaching staff seems content to say "We fought hard, played well, blah, blah, blah."

This team has a top five WR in the league in TO and now they have gone and signed Roy Williams who has caught something like 11 balls in 5 or 6 games. I for one am tired of seeing the offense waste that kind of talent, and if Romo needs a wake-up call then fine, even if it means TO is the scapegoat.
I hate to break it to you, but as a Lions fan let me tell you that Roy Williams WR talent is mostly on paper. He will make a highlight reel catch and then disappear for the rest of the game. The guy should be a beast in this league, but he rarely dominates on gameday. And I don't know why. The talent is there. He's not lazy. But he just doesn't get the results that you would expect from a player with his skills.
I bought when Roy was in Detroit 'cause I knew he was leaving soon and had tremendous talent. I was hoping he landed in Philly with a QB that prefers to utilize WRs. Romo has seemed to prefer to only use WRs deeper down the field and I sold on Roy for no less than I bought him when he went to Dallas. He could reach doubtless stud status if he were in a WCO, but too much talent around him on a boom-or-bust style of offense for a WR. Reminds me of a slightly less talented version of what Dallas used to get to the Super Bowl recently, missing the Hall of Fame O-line and the dominant secondary on D.
 
Jimmy James said:
I almost wonder if Jones isn't behind all of this so he won't be blasted quite so much when he blames Wade for it all so he can install Jason Garrett as head coach.
I remember one analyst early in the 2007 season (not sure which one) talking about Phillips as a "player's coach". His theory, based on empirical evidence, was that typically when teams went from a disciplinarian to a lenient coach they were successful in their first season and hit the skids in the second season. I remember thinking this team had to much talent for that to hold true... Looks like he was right.
 
Dallas has its issues, but New York isn’t exactly free of them, either.

In their past five games, the Giants have a mere seven sacks. This might not be so alarming were it not for the fact that New York rung up 30 sacks in its first eight games this season.

Somewhere along the way, the team has gone from not missing Michael Strahan and Osi Umenyiora to really missing them. And where they might be missing them most is in a rotation with defensive ends Justin Tuck and Mathias Kiwanuka, who have worn down as the season has gone on.

Tuck didn’t even start last season. He would spell Strahan or Umenyiora, and he was fresher and better as the games progressed. The opposite is happening this season. The Giants ends are wearing down.

-Adam Schefter

http://blogs.nfl.com/category/adam-schefter/

If the Giants can't get to or pressure Romo today, Dallas in anything "but" done.

 
Mimo said:
If we thought the distractions of the Giants in recent weeks were bad the Cowboys' distractions are of the meltdown variety. The in-fighting, jealously and bickering between teammates have killed any chance for this team to make a playoff run. The Cowboy in-fighting headlines have made the game secordary vs Giants. It will all come to a head in news conferences tomorrow after they get crushed by the Giants in the Texas Stadium finale 30-13.
you could be right. but, i wouldnt count this team out yet. remember the meltdown in NY? coughlin lost that team, and yet they somehow came together. the drama in Dallas is stupid. but dont think that these guys cant get past it and perform.
Dallas has its issues, but New York isn’t exactly free of them, either.

In their past five games, the Giants have a mere seven sacks. This might not be so alarming were it not for the fact that New York rung up 30 sacks in its first eight games this season.

Somewhere along the way, the team has gone from not missing Michael Strahan and Osi Umenyiora to really missing them. And where they might be missing them most is in a rotation with defensive ends Justin Tuck and Mathias Kiwanuka, who have worn down as the season has gone on.

Tuck didn’t even start last season. He would spell Strahan or Umenyiora, and he was fresher and better as the games progressed. The opposite is happening this season. The Giants ends are wearing down.

-Adam Schefter

http://blogs.nfl.com/category/adam-schefter/

If the Giants can't get to or pressure Romo today, Dallas in anything "but" done.
and if the Cowboys can get to eli, he'll make some bad throws. its amazing what a pass rush can do to a QB.
 
TheFanatic said:
I heard this morning that Witten and Owens had to be separated in practice....That can't be good. Still, I'm starting both Romo and Owens as of right now....
i believe it was in the locker room. Witten shoulda beat his ###!that said, i dont think it has any affect on tonites game. these guys are still gonna go out and try to win a game.
 
You've been listening to too much John-Jacque and Galloway. Ignorant Dallas media out for blood.Nothing to see here. Move along.
Actually I have never heard of the 2 you mentioned, I'm just a sports fan watching from afar. If u can't see this team is in trouble after the week they have had then u need to remove the rose colored glasses.
Wasted breath. He's a Cowboy's fan. He's got an classless owner that has cosmetic surgery like an aging has-been-beauty-queen. He spends all his time defending a cancer that has infected three separate football teams, and why? Because he's a Dallas Cowboy.What a joke of a franchise. I know they're worth more than any other sports franchise. That speaks poorly of the American people. Simple idiots.
Come on, Shart. Tell me who your team is. This should be easy.
Was Cowboys until Jones bought them and the handling of Tom Landry. I've never been a fan of a team with the passion as I was the Cowboys back in the day. I actually cried with Jackie Smith dropped that pass in the super bowl. Cried like a baby (I was a kid at the time, but still didn't want anyone to see me...)Was also always Oilers until Houston refused to buy Bud Adams a stadium, and then ended up having to build a stadium yet. I still secretly pull for the Titans and in my mind think of them as Oilers, but that fades more and more every year.So that leaves the Texans. Have fun...
Why don't you do the easy thing and just be a team of the current Super Bowl champ? I grew up a fan as well. Could the Landry situation been handled a little better? Yeah but bringing in Johnson to win 3 more titles was the right move.Real fans don't change fandoms. You were never a Cowboy so spew your nonsense elsewhere. What a joke.
Yeah, the Texans are a current super bowl champ...lolJust like a typical "cowboys fan" to justify a low class handling of a legend with "Hey, Jimmy Johnson won a title". I'll bypass the whole "real fan" mantra and let you guys continue to worship that weasel. Good luck with that.
 
Looks like I may have thrown dirt on the 'Boys too quick. They are playing GREAT tonight given all the distractions this week.................Color me impressed.

 
Looks like I may have thrown dirt on the 'Boys too quick. They are playing GREAT tonight given all the distractions this week.................Color me impressed.
The team is too bipolar. They have the capacity to look unbeatable some weeks...other times, the implosion is of such epic magnitude, they can lose just about any game. Every week is an adventure.Another Ware sack...unreal.
 
If we thought the distractions of the Giants in recent weeks were bad the Cowboys' distractions are of the meltdown variety. The in-fighting, jealously and bickering between teammates have killed any chance for this team to make a playoff run. The Cowboy in-fighting headlines have made the game secordary vs Giants. It will all come to a head in news conferences tomorrow after they get crushed by the Giants in the Texas Stadium finale 30-13.
Does crow taste good?
 
If we thought the distractions of the Giants in recent weeks were bad the Cowboys' distractions are of the meltdown variety. The in-fighting, jealously and bickering between teammates have killed any chance for this team to make a playoff run. The Cowboy in-fighting headlines have made the game secordary vs Giants. It will all come to a head in news conferences tomorrow after they get crushed by the Giants in the Texas Stadium finale 30-13.
Nice try......you can try again next week.
 
If we thought the distractions of the Giants in recent weeks were bad the Cowboys' distractions are of the meltdown variety. The in-fighting, jealously and bickering between teammates have killed any chance for this team to make a playoff run. The Cowboy in-fighting headlines have made the game secordary vs Giants. It will all come to a head in news conferences tomorrow after they get crushed by the Giants in the Texas Stadium finale 30-13.
:thumbup: I will bump this Sunday night so you can eat crow. Giants lose big. They will not be able to move the ball against the Cowboys defense. Cowboys win and everything is great at Valley Ranch. Giants lose and all of a sudden Plax story resurfaces and all the ESPN figureheads jump on the Cowboys bandwagon.
:patsselfonback:
 
If we thought the distractions of the Giants in recent weeks were bad the Cowboys' distractions are of the meltdown variety. The in-fighting, jealously and bickering between teammates have killed any chance for this team to make a playoff run. The Cowboy in-fighting headlines have made the game secordary vs Giants. It will all come to a head in news conferences tomorrow after they get crushed by the Giants in the Texas Stadium finale 30-13.
Does crow taste good?
Very good. Hey...............I was wrong for the first time in my life.On a more serious side, great game by the Cowboys. I always say to my fantasy league mates, "Anything is possible" and today held true to that quote.
 
If we thought the distractions of the Giants in recent weeks were bad the Cowboys' distractions are of the meltdown variety. The in-fighting, jealously and bickering between teammates have killed any chance for this team to make a playoff run. The Cowboy in-fighting headlines have made the game secordary vs Giants. It will all come to a head in news conferences tomorrow after they get crushed by the Giants in the Texas Stadium finale 30-13.
:thumbup: I will bump this Sunday night so you can eat crow. Giants lose big. They will not be able to move the ball against the Cowboys defense. Cowboys win and everything is great at Valley Ranch. Giants lose and all of a sudden Plax story resurfaces and all the ESPN figureheads jump on the Cowboys bandwagon.
:patsselfonback:
You got that one right. All the ESPN guys have to do is swap out the team names when they talk about one team being a buzzsaw and the other being on the verge of implosion.
 
Looks like I may have thrown dirt on the 'Boys too quick. They are playing GREAT tonight given all the distractions this week.................Color me impressed.
The team is too bipolar. They have the capacity to look unbeatable some weeks...other times, the implosion is of such epic magnitude, they can lose just about any game. Every week is an adventure.Another Ware sack...unreal.
agreed that they can be bi-polar. but, their defense has emerged as probably the top playing unit in football right now. they are dominate right now. if they can continue, Dallas will be in any game they play.
 
Looks like I may have thrown dirt on the 'Boys too quick. They are playing GREAT tonight given all the distractions this week.................Color me impressed.
The team is too bipolar. They have the capacity to look unbeatable some weeks...other times, the implosion is of such epic magnitude, they can lose just about any game. Every week is an adventure.Another Ware sack...unreal.
agreed that they can be bi-polar. but, their defense has emerged as probably the top playing unit in football right now. they are dominate right now. if they can continue, Dallas will be in any game they play.
They're playing well, but I wouldn't say they're dominate. They just lost last week.
 
Looks like I may have thrown dirt on the 'Boys too quick. They are playing GREAT tonight given all the distractions this week.................Color me impressed.
The team is too bipolar. They have the capacity to look unbeatable some weeks...other times, the implosion is of such epic magnitude, they can lose just about any game. Every week is an adventure.Another Ware sack...unreal.
agreed that they can be bi-polar. but, their defense has emerged as probably the top playing unit in football right now. they are dominate right now. if they can continue, Dallas will be in any game they play.
You didn't watch the Ravens/Steelers game today did you?
 
Looks like I may have thrown dirt on the 'Boys too quick. They are playing GREAT tonight given all the distractions this week.................Color me impressed.
The team is too bipolar. They have the capacity to look unbeatable some weeks...other times, the implosion is of such epic magnitude, they can lose just about any game. Every week is an adventure.Another Ware sack...unreal.
agreed that they can be bi-polar. but, their defense has emerged as probably the top playing unit in football right now. they are dominate right now. if they can continue, Dallas will be in any game they play.
You didn't watch the Ravens/Steelers game today did you?
I will just watch the Cowboy/Raven game next week instead.

 

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