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Old 09-28-2008, 11:29 PM   #16
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I look at it this way. It wasn't necessary, and sure you can call it classless, but it's also adding up the intensity of the rivalry. I think the Cowboys-Redskins rivalry has been gaining some steam in recent years, and this is only going to add to it.

And besides, if it is such a big deal, why aren't they still pissed at T.O. for doing it?
Well, I think to this point Tank is the only one who sounded off about it, and he wasn't on Dallas or Philly when TO did it a while ago as an Eagle.

Memo to tank: When you get busted and serve time in prison for what looked a lot like arms-dealing, you have to wait a while before you can call anyone "classless."
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Old 09-28-2008, 11:29 PM   #17
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I love it... to bad he didn't take a shit on that limp star in front of the whole country! If they where a better team than we where he wouldn't have had so much to celebrate about! But as shown tonight they aren't better, WE ARE. Can't wait till they come to DC 11/16, to get there ass beat again!

FCK DALLAS AND THOSE BUNCH OF WINNY ASS CRY BABIES!
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Old 09-28-2008, 11:36 PM   #18
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I love it... to bad he didn't take a shit on that limp star in front of the whole country! If they where a better team than we where he wouldn't have had so much to celebrate about! But as shown tonight they aren't better, WE ARE. Can't wait till they come to DC 11/16, to get there ass beat again!

FCK DALLAS AND THOSE BUNCH OF WINNY ASS CRY BABIES!
were, were, and whiney. No offense brother , I'm drunk, but you are killing me.
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Old 09-28-2008, 11:40 PM   #19
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Remember the Dallas team that threw a wreath into the Redskins locker room after they won...Well, it's payback time. Besides, everyone was ready to annoint the Cowboys Superbowl winners this year. Nobody gave the 'Skins a chance today, so I thoroughly enjoyed the game.
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Payback for the wreath? I love it. Tank Johnson should just shut up.
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Well, I think to this point Tank is the only one who sounded off about it, and he wasn't on Dallas or Philly when TO did it a while ago as an Eagle.

Memo to tank: When you get busted and serve time in prison for what looked a lot like arms-dealing, you have to wait a while before you can call anyone "classless."
It was rhetorical. I'm sure Tank could care less what people think of him. And when T.O. did it he was with S.F., I'm not sure he did that when he was with the Eagles.
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this is funny... a team with tank johnson, TO and pac man jones calls us classless. wtf???
Oh the irony, right? If he did 'celebrate' on the star, I'd rather take a higher road than that, but if they beat us there'd be nothing to celebrate so, Rock on!
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It was rhetorical. I'm sure Tank could care less what people think of him. And when T.O. did it he was with S.F., I'm not sure he did that when he was with the Eagles.
Oh that's right. Doesn't change the point of my post though.
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were, were, and whiney. No offense brother , I'm drunk, but youn are killing me.
No killing, just no time for spell check as apparently you got the message.......and you clearly didn't do much of a job with your own spell check there mistro, you damn drunk...LOL

Unless youn is a new word...? Although I really don't care THE SKINS BEAT DALLAS IN CASE YOU FORGOT!
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Apparently Rock Cartwright celebrated after the game on Dallas' mid-field star. I didn't see it, but I wish Rock hadn't done that. It's great to beat Dallas, and the Cowboy hater in me kinda smirks when I think of a Redskin dancing on the star, but I'm all about winning AND losing with class. I guess Tank Johnson wasn't too happy about it.

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Class is overrated.

People who cite class when they lose are basically saying their feelings are hurt because they lost.

They need to get over it and see a shrink if their hurt feelings don't go away.

Put the focus on the win and none of the other insignificant distractions like these. The only fingerpointing should be toward the scoreboard.
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I have no problem with it. Dallas is an arrogant org with arrogant fans. They deserve it.
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Maybe Rock just wanted his picture taken. It was a big moment. I have no respect for Tank Johnson or the cowgirls in general anyway. I damn sure don't have any respect for that star.
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Old 09-29-2008, 12:42 AM   #29
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Maybe Rock was just telling Cowboy fans that we are the "real America's team". After all we are from the "Nations capital".
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Old 09-29-2008, 01:39 AM   #30
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"I went to say hello to everybody, and he got mad that I stood at the middle of the star. It is what it is. I'm past it. I'm not worried about it. I think they're just mad that we came in and got a win today. It's part of the game. You win some, you lose some." -------quote from Rock

Am I missing something? He went to the center of the field. I didn't see anything about him dancing on the star or doing anything disrespectful.

To me it just seems like the same ole thing. Win or lose the Cowboys always have something to whine about.
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