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Old 09-06-2007, 05:06 PM   #16
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DUUUUDE there's a difference in reporting Moss has a hamstrign injury as to making speculations that Moss it's FAKING an INJURY because he doesn't want to practice which they did last year after t.O missed 2 practices and started to say this year after Phillip's gave him some rest
That was also right when he started with Dallas and all of the crap he pulled in Phil fresh in everyones mind.
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Old 09-06-2007, 05:27 PM   #17
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DUUUUDE there's a difference in reporting Moss has a hamstrign injury as to making speculations that Moss it's FAKING an INJURY because he doesn't want to practice which they did last year after t.O missed 2 practices and started to say this year after Phillip's gave him some rest
You're still missing the point...TO brings all this on himself. He WANTS to be the center of attention, and he gets his wish. He LOVES drama.
If you don't like it, you need to trade him, but that is EXACTLY what TO brings to the table. Quite frankly, he's been way too quiet this year from his norm, which to me, means VERY BAD things for you this year. Eventually he will explode and it will likely be at Romo first, then the coach. Mark it down man. I don't know why Cowboys fans see him differently than everyone else does other than the "homey" disease.
There are givens in this world. Taxes, Death, people finally getting to see the NFL again after the super bowl, and TO causing several issues and creating issues!
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Old 09-06-2007, 10:26 PM   #18
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You're still missing the point...TO brings all this on himself. He WANTS to be the center of attention, and he gets his wish. He LOVES drama.
If you don't like it, you need to trade him, but that is EXACTLY what TO brings to the table. Quite frankly, he's been way too quiet this year from his norm, which to me, means VERY BAD things for you this year. Eventually he will explode and it will likely be at Romo first, then the coach. Mark it down man. I don't know why Cowboys fans see him differently than everyone else does other than the "homey" disease.
There are givens in this world. Taxes, Death, people finally getting to see the NFL again after the super bowl, and TO causing several issues and creating issues!
They see him differently the same reason the Eagles fans saw him differently until he left their team. If a player his playing for your team you seem to see past the bad stuff a little bit more especially if they are one of your big offensive producers.
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They see him differently the same reason the Eagles fans saw him differently until he left their team. If a player his playing for your team you seem to see past the bad stuff a little bit more especially if they are one of your big offensive producers.
I did say other than the "homey" disease.

But see, when we got Deion Sanders, I hated the guy and didn't want him. Of course, we haven't really had anyone as bad as TO, so it's hard to make a comparison.
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I still hate Deion. He really knows how to piss me off.
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Old 09-06-2007, 10:42 PM   #21
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I still hate Deion. He really knows how to piss me off.
Yeah, I'll never see him as the "christian" he professes to be. I think everything he says is BS.
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Old 09-07-2007, 09:27 AM   #22
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I did say other than the "homey" disease.

But see, when we got Deion Sanders, I hated the guy and didn't want him. Of course, we haven't really had anyone as bad as TO, so it's hard to make a comparison.
Same here, I absolutely could not stand him or the unfortunate fact that the Redskins picked him up. I have yet to get over the ill feelings that he played for us for one year for $8 million bucks! I know there was someone on this board that said he still played well for us, but I honestly cannot recall him doing anything worthy of what he stole from our bank!
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Old 09-07-2007, 09:42 AM   #23
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Same here, I absolutely could not stand him or the unfortunate fact that the Redskins picked him up. I have yet to get over the ill feelings that he played for us for one year for $8 million bucks! I know there was someone on this board that said he still played well for us, but I honestly cannot recall him doing anything worthy of what he stole from our bank!
I've always said he played well for us. was he a shut down corner at that point? No, champ was, so Deion got picked on a little more than usual.
That d was still pretty good & he was much better than the avg. nfl cb, he just wasn't 'prime time' any more.

I never liked the signing though, just because I'm traditional. Never liked James Washington & the other ex pokes Norvelle brought in here either. I typically hate it when teams sign other teams' players w/in the division.
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Old 09-07-2007, 01:32 PM   #24
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I've always said he played well for us. was he a shut down corner at that point? No, champ was, so Deion got picked on a little more than usual.
That d was still pretty good & he was much better than the avg. nfl cb, he just wasn't 'prime time' any more.
So if he got picked on, and didn't play up to his normal potential, then how can you say played well for us?
He got paid waaay too much to be maybe the 50th best CB in the league.

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I never liked the signing though, just because I'm traditional. Never liked James Washington & the other ex pokes Norvelle brought in here either. I typically hate it when teams sign other teams' players w/in the division.
Can't disagree with that.
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Old 09-07-2007, 01:42 PM   #25
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Re: Let's stir the pot in Dallas

Stir the pot in Dallas? How's this:

Dallas wins 4 games this year.

Granted this is the low end of my projection, but this is not a good football team and if Romo turns out to be not a good QB, this team is only about 4 win quality.

That's the thing though: when picking any NFL team to lose 12 games, you are making a statement, yes, but you also are planning for a lot of variables to work against said team. More realistically, they will win 6 games. I just think they have the talent of a 4 win team.
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Old 09-07-2007, 01:48 PM   #26
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Re: Let's stir the pot in Dallas

I think they're a 6-10 team. Just imagine though if they had drafted Steven Jackson instead of Orange Julius
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Old 09-07-2007, 02:14 PM   #27
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I think they're a 6-10 team. Just imagine though if they had drafted Steven Jackson instead of Orange Julius
HAHA!...good call on the nickname
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Old 09-07-2007, 03:08 PM   #28
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Stir the pot in Dallas? How's this:

Dallas wins 4 games this year.

Granted this is the low end of my projection, but this is not a good football team and if Romo turns out to be not a good QB, this team is only about 4 win quality.

That's the thing though: when picking any NFL team to lose 12 games, you are making a statement, yes, but you also are planning for a lot of variables to work against said team. More realistically, they will win 6 games. I just think they have the talent of a 4 win team.
While I think most of agree the cowpatties are overrated, and have been getting a whole lot of undue "love" from reporters, I do not think they will suck that bad. I see a 7-9, and if they are lucky 8-8 season coming. It's possible to see a 6-10 season, but that would be the low point of my projection.
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Old 09-07-2007, 03:14 PM   #29
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Re: Let's stir the pot in Dallas

Somebody on ESPN said the other day:
  • "A high school senior in Dallas has not seen the Cowboys win a playoff game since he was in Kindergarten."
God, I think that is funny.

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Old 09-07-2007, 03:27 PM   #30
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Re: Let's stir the pot in Dallas

I generally hear Dallas being projected (by the media) to do great things this year including competing in the S. Bowl. In considering that prospect as non-biased as I am capable............WTF?????
With all the variables they have, how can that be? You would think they are the second coming of the Pat's??? I don't get it
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