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Old 01-14-2008, 12:05 AM   #46
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I read that the Cowboys became the first number one seed to lose in the divisional round since they went to 12 team format
Yes they were, previously the #1 seeds were 17-0 I think
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Old 01-14-2008, 12:06 AM   #47
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T.O. almost made me cry. I was laughing so hard tears were rolling down my cheeks! I think I might have to post that video on my myspace!
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Old 01-14-2008, 12:38 AM   #48
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I don't like T.O. but I love the fact that he hates losing and takes losing personally. Him braking down is one of the few admirable quality he has IMO. Still, Cowboys losing is a joyous event that should be celebrated.

All in all it's a very good weekend for me. The Seahawks got thrashed and the Cowboys are one and done. Now if SD can come through next week I am going to be a very happy man.
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LOL IM LOVING IT WHAT A FITTING END TO A TEAM AGAIN!!
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Old 01-14-2008, 01:09 AM   #50
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I thought my day was made when i found out that the Boys lost. It just got better
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Old 01-14-2008, 01:41 AM   #51
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I don't like T.O. but I love the fact that he hates losing and takes losing personally. Him braking down is one of the few admirable quality he has IMO. Still, Cowboys losing is a joyous event that should be celebrated.

All in all it's a very good weekend for me. The Seahawks got thrashed and the Cowboys are one and done. Now if SD can come through next week I am going to be a very happy man.
Im with ya brother! I was just thinking the same thing, Go Chargers!!
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Old 01-14-2008, 02:38 AM   #52
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I actually think its nice to see TO stand up for someone besides himself. I mean its fun to make fun of a Cowboy crying and maybe even a little more fun to call TO "emo" but at the same time, when I read between the lines I start to think that maybe after all this time TO has learned how to be a good guy.
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What a puss. It's embarrassing. There's no crying in football! "th...th...th..that's my t...t..team-mate..." What a douche. DALLAS SUCKS!!!!!
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I actually think its nice to see TO stand up for someone besides himself. I mean its fun to make fun of a Cowboy crying and maybe even a little more fun to call TO "emo" but at the same time, when I read between the lines I start to think that maybe after all this time TO has learned how to be a good guy.
Agreed. I mean TO is an assclown, but to see him take accountability and act like a good teammate isn't all that hilarious. I think it's a shame that it's taken until he's approaching the tail end of his career for him to figure out what is common sense to everyone else. He's always gonna be a "yeah, but" guy to me.
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Old 01-14-2008, 08:42 AM   #55
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Folks he did it again,TO found away to make this game all about TO and not about anyone else.
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Old 01-14-2008, 08:43 AM   #56
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I didn't even know what to think when I first saw it because I had never really seen this side of him so I couldn't even laugh (now I can). I was just flabbergasted (oh snap) when i first saw it.
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Old 01-14-2008, 09:22 AM   #57
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I think it's a little unfair to come on here and blast the guy. He was passionate about loss after he worked his @$$ off to get ready to play. Also, it was about time he had something positive to say about a quarterback, he finally acts like a good teammate and people still find some way to take issue with it.

He was genuinely upset about the loss and you could tell he was crying when he left the field. Sometimes guys have trouble controlling their emotions when they don't get to spend time with their families, work as hard as they have to to become great (and that Dallas was very good this year), and then they fall short. I imagine that's kind of an emotional thing.

I wish I had seen more Redskins visibly shaken after the Seahawks game.
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First, I think Owens truly felt passionate about losing AND, somewhere in that screwed up head of his, a little voice said "dont throw QB under the bus, dont throw QB under the bus - they'll all hate on ME if I say that". So, in attempt to show he has changed his spots, he overcompensates.

Is this all that conjecture, speculation and just plain guesswork - yup. But from his history two things are, to me, obvious - 1 ) Owens is one serious headcase on soooo many different levels; and 2) Owens is, was and always will be about Owens first and foremost. In light of this, forgive me for thinking that, on some level, the whole crying thing was just one more warped "cry" for attention.
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Whether it's admirable for TO to cry or not, it's HILARIOUS.

This was probably the Cowboys best shot this year. First round bye, home field advantage through the playoffs, and then they choke.

Next year the entire NFC gets healthy and better again. You can never count out the Eagles and obviously the Giants are going to be one hell of a team. We get our offensive line back, so there's no way the Cowboys go 13-3 again.
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I think it's a little unfair to come on here and blast the guy. He was passionate about loss after he worked his @$$ off to get ready to play. Also, it was about time he had something positive to say about a quarterback, he finally acts like a good teammate and people still find some way to take issue with it.

He was genuinely upset about the loss and you could tell he was crying when he left the field. Sometimes guys have trouble controlling their emotions when they don't get to spend time with their families, work as hard as they have to to become great (and that Dallas was very good this year), and then they fall short. I imagine that's kind of an emotional thing.

I wish I had seen more Redskins visibly shaken after the Seahawks game.
I'm going to have to agree,what did everyone on here say about Jason C when he cried after the game? but I guess thats different since he's a redskin
While secretly I think its funny T.O. was crying because i hate the cowboys,but I wouldnt come on here and blast him for it
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