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Old 09-26-2008, 05:41 PM   #31
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Re: Dallas Week Matchup: Cooley vs. Witten

Originally Posted by redsk1 View Post
In one of the best Skins/Boyz games you'll ever see back in 2006, Jason Witten made a crucial mistake.

On the blocked Vandjagt (sp?) kick to win the game, Troy Vincent explained after the game that while Jason Witten was busy talking s***, the ball was hiked, and he sped past the ProBowl TE and got a hand on the kick, ST picked it up, and one facemask later, the skins went on to victory in the "Hand of God" game.

So every time I hear Jason Wittens name i think of that game.
I had forgotten about that. Well played.
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Old 09-26-2008, 09:52 PM   #32
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Re: Dallas Week Matchup: Cooley vs. Witten

The TE match up is one of the many key match ups. If JW is probable due to the shoulder. I hope when LL finishes smearing that retard all over that faggy star he will be a none factor or unable to continue, contain/CRUSH homo, springs shutdown BO and we will be in good shape for the underdog Victory. And of course sound smart decisions from JC and solid pass pro.

Posted by Mike Florio on September 26, 2008, 8:41 p.m.

The full, final Week Four injury report is out. The highlights are below.

Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer (right elbow) and Jets quarterback Brett Favre (ankle) are both questionable, which gives them a 50-50 chance of playing.

Also questionable is Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb (chest), and Eagles running back Brian Westbrook (ankle).

Vikings running backs Adrian Peterson (hamstring) and Chester Taylor (foot) are questionable.

Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson (toe) is probable.

Raiders running back Darren McFadden (toe) is questionable.

Cowboys tight end Jason Witten (shoulder) is probable.

Bears return specialist Devin Hester (ribs) is questionable.

Ravens running back Willis McGahee (eye) is probable.

Steelers safety Troy Polamalu (quad) is probable.

Jets defensive tackle Kris Jenkins is questionable with a back injury.

Falcons tackle Sam Baker is questionable with an “illness,” which is a fairly innocuous way of referring to a case of bumpus-in-the-nogginus.

Browns receiver Braylon Edwards is probable with a shoulder injury.

Broncos receiver Darrell Jackson (calf) is out.

Packers receiver James Jones (knee) and safety Atari Bigby (hamstring) are doubtful.

Jaguars receiver Jerry Porter (hamstring) is probable, which means there’s a virtual certainty he’ll make his first game appearance for the team. Running backs Maurice Jones-Drew (ankle) and Fred Taylor (hamstring) also are probable.
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