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Attack Sherman's overrated *** please! He can't cover Dez one on one and neither can Maxwell. The help over the top from Thomas and Chancellor(who we should've drafted sick.gif) will save them. Our best bet is to move Dez around early and often.

Yup. Challenge Dez to challenge Sherman and be physical with him, if that made sense. If he always stays on the left side then run different receivers out there doing different things. Keep him thinking and less reacting. ****, run right at him too!
post #6182 of 9559
Metlife or Lincoln?

I'm thinking Metlife for my own safety.
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I'm getting tired of hearing about how many of the other teams fans are at our games.

It makes for a better fan experience when you have the opposing fan at your house.

Romo needs to focus on not throwing redzone interceptions, instead of worrying about people selling their tickets.

Jerry was on the radio this morning and set the record straight.
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Originally Posted by Mr S J King View Post

Sherman can be beat with the back shoulder fade.
He's fast but he isn't quick.
We just need to focus on moving the chains and eliminating all redzone turnovers.

 

Fixed.

 

Not turning the ball over at all will win us this game... belieeeedat.

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Originally Posted by Mr S J King View Post

I'm getting tired of hearing about how many of the other teams fans are at our games.

It makes for a better fan experience when you have the opposing fan at your house.

Romo needs to focus on not throwing redzone interceptions, instead of worrying about people selling their tickets.

Jerry was on the radio this morning and set the record straight.

 

What he say?

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I bet Dez wants to go toe-to-toe with Sherm.
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Let SEA D focus on Murray/Dez, Witten will go off word to the NO game. With this offense, Choose your poison. 

DEZ 4 PREZ.

Clear out your office Obama.

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DEZ 4 PREZ.

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Honestly, I don't really want to win this game. Sounds crazy but I much rather lose a close game by a FG or TD. The last thing I want to see or hear is ESPN having a slurpfest everyday talking bout "the Cowboys are the team to beat out of the NFC" or "Cowboys are Super Bowl favorites with the win over Seattle" sick.gifmean.gif ... I'm really enjoying us flying under the radar and handling our business every week. Once the hype train comes rolling in I can see this all falling apart.





















With that being said, Cowboys 23 - Seattle 17 smokin.gifsmokin.gif
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What he say?
Jerry basically told his season ticket holders to "make that money"!
He said for example a $29 party pass ticket was going for $100, and that's 300% profit.
So why not sell a few games and make your money for next year.
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Honestly, I don't really want to win this game. Sounds crazy but I much rather lose a close game by a FG or TD. The last thing I want to see or hear is ESPN having a slurpfest everyday talking bout "the Cowboys are the team to beat out of the NFC" or "Cowboys are Super Bowl favorites with the win over Seattle" sick.gifmean.gif ... I'm really enjoying us flying under the radar and handling our business every week. Once the hype train comes rolling in I can see this all falling apart.





















With that being said, Cowboys 23 - Seattle 17 smokin.gifsmokin.gif

It's already started my man

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30 for 30 Shorts: The Great Trade Robbery

In 1989, the largest trade in NFL history sent Herschel Walker from Dallas to Minnesota. The Vikings ruined what looked to be a budding dynasty by selling the farm for Walker. Dallas became the team of the 1990's, restoring its place as America's Team.

http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=11619469&ex_cid=sportscenterFB



Great 12 minutes about the ins and outs and how it happened.
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Our quarterback and league leading running back have combined for NINE turnovers in our first five games.
We're still averaging 27pts a game and are 4-1.
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30 for 30 Shorts: The Great Trade Robbery

In 1989, the largest trade in NFL history sent Herschel Walker from Dallas to Minnesota. The Vikings ruined what looked to be a budding dynasty by selling the farm for Walker. Dallas became the team of the 1990's, restoring its place as America's Team.

http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=11619469&ex_cid=sportscenterFB



Great 12 minutes about the ins and outs and how it happened.

I knew we fleeced them, and always wondered how the hell we ended up with that many picks eek.gif ...
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Honestly, I don't really want to win this game. Sounds crazy but I much rather lose a close game by a FG or TD. The last thing I want to see or hear is ESPN having a slurpfest everyday talking bout "the Cowboys are the team to beat out of the NFC" or "Cowboys are Super Bowl favorites with the win over Seattle" sick.gifmean.gif ... I'm really enjoying us flying under the radar and handling our business every week. Once the hype train comes rolling in I can see this all falling apart.





















With that being said, Cowboys 23 - Seattle 17 smokin.gifsmokin.gif


Exactly How I Feel.
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@CaptainSneakerhead23 bro we are America's team, we're never "flying under the radar".
The only reason more sports media personalities aren't talking about the Cowboys, is because it's hard to say "How bout them Cowboys" with your foot in your mouth.

How anyone can blatantly ignore the amount of injuries we had to our best defensive personnel last year is beyond comprehension.
And to pick us to not only finish last again but also be WORSE than we were last year was pure stupidity, with a few sprinkles of hate on top.
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@CaptainSneakerhead23 bro we are America's team, we're never "flying under the radar".
The only reason more sports media personalities aren't talking about the Cowboys, is because it's hard to say "How bout them Cowboys" with your foot in your mouth.

How anyone can blatantly ignore the amount of injuries we had to our best defensive personnel last year is beyond comprehension.
And to pick us to not only finish last again but also be WORSE than we were last year was pure stupidity, with a few sprinkles of hate on top.

I hear you fam.
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@CaptainSneakerhead23 bro we are America's team, we're never "flying under the radar".
The only reason more sports media personalities aren't talking about the Cowboys, is because it's hard to say "How bout them Cowboys" with your foot in your mouth.

How anyone can blatantly ignore the amount of injuries we had to our best defensive personnel last year is beyond comprehension.
And to pick us to not only finish last again but also be WORSE than we were last year was pure stupidity, with a few sprinkles of hate on top.

This.


Now I'm not going to sit here and act like I expected 4-1 and a defense that would ranked 8th in points allowed through 5 weeks.

But anyone who wasn't doing basic ESPN analysis or just hating could see the Cowboys wouldn't be as bad on D as last year nor would they be a bottom 6 team like people were predicting.

Dudes in the NFL predictions thread were talm bout we were going to give up 500 points, contend for the #1 pick, dudes were saying we were so desperate we had to sign Rolondo McClain, dudes been clowning us picking Olinemen for so long, especially the Fredrick pick(what center is better than him right now?). Look at us now.

Last year we were in a completely new scheme, 9/10 that is always shaky for teams their first year, 70% of the D was hurt, Sean Lee went down middle of the season as always, just so many things went wrong. And we still finished 8-8.

This year, Sean went down before camp and they were able to plan accordingly, and right now our Linebackers have been beasting no matter who's on the field because they've all put in that work from day one instead of us scrambling to prepare someone because Lee went down. The Line is imposing their will because of all those first round investments and helping mask the D's problems also. The offensive line alone should've hushed all those doom and gloom Predictions. Anyone who watches football knows just how much having a good line helps all phases of the game.
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That Sean Lee injury.... Old brittle bones himself..

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I didn't think they'd be worse on Def. I thought they'd be bad, but not nearly as bad last year. Even a semi-fuctioning defense last year probably would add 3 wins.

I looked at the stats about a week ago, and it shows us both as a good defense and a bad defense. But certainly it is a passable defense. If you were just going on the eye test, we are pretty good considering where people thought we were.
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As far as I'm concerned, them birds can't swim!
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This.


Now I'm not going to sit here and act like I expected 4-1 and a defense that would ranked 8th in points allowed through 5 weeks.

But anyone who wasn't doing basic ESPN analysis or just hating could see the Cowboys wouldn't be as bad on D as last year nor would they be a bottom 6 team like people were predicting.

Dudes in the NFL predictions thread were talm bout we were going to give up 500 points, contend for the #1 pick, dudes were saying we were so desperate we had to sign Rolondo McClain, dudes been clowning us picking Olinemen for so long, especially the Fredrick pick(what center is better than him right now?). Look at us now.

Last year we were in a completely new scheme, 9/10 that is always shaky for teams their first year, 70% of the D was hurt, Sean Lee went down middle of the season as always, just so many things went wrong. And we still finished 8-8.

This year, Sean went down before camp and they were able to plan accordingly, and right now our Linebackers have been beasting no matter who's on the field because they've all put in that work from day one instead of us scrambling to prepare someone because Lee went down. The Line is imposing their will because of all those first round investments and helping mask the D's problems also. The offensive line alone should've hushed all those doom and gloom Predictions. Anyone who watches football knows just how much having a good line helps all phases of the game.
Good point. They got a good look at all the LBs from everyone getting decent reps and a chance to pick the system up early. Seems like they have a better grasp for things this year, even Bruce Carter before the injury. Marinelli had whoever they called up from the practice squad, or brought off the street, playing decent on the D-line, but the rest of those dudes were so discombobulated last year. It was like they were in the middle of playing games while ducking machine gun fire the way dudes was dropping from injuries.
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30 for 30 Shorts: The Great Trade Robbery

In 1989, the largest trade in NFL history sent Herschel Walker from Dallas to Minnesota. The Vikings ruined what looked to be a budding dynasty by selling the farm for Walker. Dallas became the team of the 1990's, restoring its place as America's Team.

http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=11619469&ex_cid=sportscenterFB



Great 12 minutes about the ins and outs and how it happened.
That doc just further proves Jimmy was the mastermind behind the whole dynasty.

Jerry todayl already claiming the trade was his idea mean.gif
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Jimmy didst have total autonomy so even if it was his idea Jerry still gave the yes.

If something good comes from the Cowboys he didn't have anything to do with it, something bad its all his fault.
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Jerry is a mixed bag... Sometimes he makes great moves, but other times he does stuff that makes you go Ummmmm What


As for the Herschel trade. It probably went this way: Jerry probably told Jimmy to shake things up because they sucked and were not turning the corner. Jimmy came back with the Herschel trade. Jerry probably lost his mind not knowing why he would suggest trading our best player. But after Jimmy explained it to him and how it would net a lot of picks, then gave him the nod.
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27-17 hawks!

Glad to see the cowboys doing well this year though.....but not this week pimp.gif
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27-17 hawks!

Glad to see the cowboys doing well this year though.....but not this week pimp.gif

 

 

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great start to the season guys, if Romo was farther along in his recovery we would be 5-0, thats something to think about

 

so far this team is proving me wrong and I am loving it, right now my 7-9 6-10 prediction looks very very wrong indeed, but lets not get it twisted, Dallas needs to show up like they have against PLAYOFF teams, then I will totally jump on the bandwagon, until then I am staying humble and just keeping my expectations low

 

Manziel I am looking at you, now if you followed me comments and draft coverage, I never once said Martin was a bad player, I had him 16th overall on my board, I just felt a QB falling to us there was great, but Martin and the rest of the line look like a future to build around, can you imagine if we draft a LG or RT? This line would have the potential to be all time great, I would have no problem spending another high pick on OL next year, and we could have something special if we did

 

The best part about this new line and philosophy is we can go out there line up and just be like you know what? We are going to run the ball down your throat and there is nothing you can do about that. I love this newfound physical element of our game. I cannot remember the last time we could do that. Picking up short yardage and 3rd downs used to be a serious problem for us but not anymore. I love the entire direction of the team and I am starting to buy into Garrett as the head coach. Linehan was a critical hire that allows Garrett to be a head coach. Rod Marineli is killing it too, but I am not sure how much longer that will hold up, eventually lack of talent shows up. Hes doing a great job coaching but eventually there will be hard spots for the D

 

How about Rolando McClain?! That dude is a beast, man we gotta lock him up. Imagine a year from now with his body actually back in football shape? He could be an All Pro.

 

I dont think we can beat Seattle on the road, at home different game, but Seahawks in their home turf is a totally different beast indeed

 

this may be the game where you see our weakness exploited, well coached team, strong running game, mobile QB, Percy Harvin, physical defense with ballhawks, that is such a difficult task to beat all of that

 

I just want the Boys to show up play a competitive game, if they lose but show fight and keep it relatively close I am very cool with that, besides 4-2 after our hardest game of the season is a great start to 2014

 

a lot of thoughts, havent been here in a while though


Edited by chiacrack - 10/11/14 at 8:23am
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Glad to see the cowboys doing well this year though.....but not this week pimp.gif
Yall have problems with elite tight ends.
We have a hall of fame tight end.
Glad to see the seahawks doing well this year though.....but not this week pimp.gif
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Mannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn Ima act a fool if we somehow win tomorrow
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