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Old 11-18-2009, 11:46 AM   #76
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I would not say "a beating" they only lost one player to injury. But the confidence is pretty high with Doug Free starting in place of Columbo. Free is big, ahtletic, was taken in the 4th round as depth at LT behind Flozell.
oh alright. i didnt see the boys-packers game but the reviews i read and accounts i heard was that romo was getting sacked at inopportune times.

is free that guy the boys drafted last year, then hurt himself in pre-season and was IR for his rookie year?

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Old 11-18-2009, 12:05 PM   #77
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Old 11-18-2009, 12:14 PM   #78
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he still on the roster? and other then Ware, those guys don't scare anyone
No, he's in Oakland. But Free was drafted 3 years ago and has practiced with Ellis when Ellis was in Dallas.
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Old 11-18-2009, 01:14 PM   #79
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Yeah, I know we're all supposed to get all hyped up for the Dallas game, but I'd rather beat the Giants. And I mean beat them, savagely and without mercy.

I know the Skins can beat the bovine cartel. We've done it with mediocre teams. They're not as good as advertised.
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Old 11-18-2009, 01:51 PM   #80
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Our run D has not looked good the last couple weeks. If I were J. GArrett I'd pound the ball. The G-bay game may not have been good for us as they might actually realize they can run it.

Why has Garrett abandoned the run? - NFC East Blog - ESPN
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Old 11-18-2009, 01:54 PM   #81
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Well it has helped that your Defensive Coodrinator has decide to use Orakpo more as a Downlineman than LB which was a stupid,stupid idea
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Old 11-18-2009, 02:03 PM   #82
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As much as I want us to win, if Garrett gets it right the mix of Miles Austin and their running game scares me. My guess is Romo goes out, but instead of us winning, Kitna leads them to a victory. If Romo stays in, we get a turnover that gives us the victory.
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Old 11-18-2009, 03:34 PM   #83
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I tell you, If we put up some numbers in the running game... That could put a ray of hope on this season.

I've all but given up on the Skins this year, But I certainly like the idea of sweeping Dallas. Will is happen? No. But I will pray that it does.

LETS GO SKINS!!!

dallas sucks.

Would love to see a win.
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sandtrapjack, are the Cowboys SB condensers? I know anything is possible but in your opinion can they win it all?
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sandtrapjack, are the Cowboys SB condensers? I know anything is possible but in your opinion can they win it all?
What I believe is the Cowboys are thier own worst enemy. They beat themselves, more often than not and really dont get beat on the field.

Loss to the Giants. Giants did not win the game so much as Dallas lost it. Dallas turns the ball over 4 times, and still lost by only 2 points. Take away one or 2 turnovers, the outcome is much different.

Loss to Denver.....Romo fumbles inside his own 20 giving the Broncos a short field. Broncos score their only TD on that drive. Romo does not fumble....different outcome.

Loss to Green Bay. Other than Roy Williams having bacon grease on his hands all day and Romo's fumble, I blame that loss strictly on the coaching staff. When you have one of the leagues top rated rushing attacks, with 3 solid running backs that could be starters any where else on the league, then why in the hell do you run the ball only 11 damn times for the whole game and throw it 49? Especially on the road in Green Bay.

During that 4 game winning streak this season, the penalties were reduced and the team did not turn the ball over even once in 4 games. And they ran a very balanced offensive attack. As a result they won 4 straight.

So to answer your question, I like to think that if Dallas can play semi-mistake free football, they can compete with any team in the league.
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What I believe is the Cowboys are thier own worst enemy. They beat themselves, more often than not and really dont get beat on the field.

Loss to the Giants. Giants did not win the game so much as Dallas lost it. Dallas turns the ball over 4 times, and still lost by only 2 points. Take away one or 2 turnovers, the outcome is much different.

Loss to Denver.....Romo fumbles inside his own 20 giving the Broncos a short field. Broncos score their only TD on that drive. Romo does not fumble....different outcome.

Loss to Green Bay. Other than Roy Williams having bacon grease on his hands all day and Romo's fumble, I blame that loss strictly on the coaching staff. When you have one of the leagues top rated rushing attacks, with 3 solid running backs that could be starters any where else on the league, then why in the hell do you run the ball only 11 damn times for the whole game and throw it 49? Especially on the road in Green Bay.

During that 4 game winning streak this season, the penalties were reduced and the team did not turn the ball over even once in 4 games. And they ran a very balanced offensive attack. As a result they won 4 straight.

So to answer your question, I like to think that if Dallas can play semi-mistake free football, they can compete with any team in the league.
Could it be they can't play well against top defenses? I mean, Giants, Packers, and Broncos are defensively ranked #1, #4, #6 respectively.
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Could it be they can't play well against top defenses? I mean, Giants, Packers, and Broncos are defensively ranked #1, #4, #6 respectively.
Possibly, but they still rang up a 30 spot on the Giants defense even after they turned the ball over 4 times.

ANd like I said earlier, take away one or two of those turnovers, there could be more points on that board too.

But if "IF's" were fifth's, we would all be drunk right now.
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sandtrapjack, are the Cowboys SB condensers? I know anything is possible but in your opinion can they win it all?
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What I believe is the Cowboys are thier own worst enemy. They beat themselves, more often than not and really dont get beat on the field.

Loss to the Giants. Giants did not win the game so much as Dallas lost it. Dallas turns the ball over 4 times, and still lost by only 2 points. Take away one or 2 turnovers, the outcome is much different.

Loss to Denver.....Romo fumbles inside his own 20 giving the Broncos a short field. Broncos score their only TD on that drive. Romo does not fumble....different outcome.

Loss to Green Bay. Other than Roy Williams having bacon grease on his hands all day and Romo's fumble, I blame that loss strictly on the coaching staff. When you have one of the leagues top rated rushing attacks, with 3 solid running backs that could be starters any where else on the league, then why in the hell do you run the ball only 11 damn times for the whole game and throw it 49? Especially on the road in Green Bay.

During that 4 game winning streak this season, the penalties were reduced and the team did not turn the ball over even once in 4 games. And they ran a very balanced offensive attack. As a result they won 4 straight.

So to answer your question, I like to think that if Dallas can play semi-mistake free football, they can compete with any team in the league.
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Well....when summary sentences carry IF, it usually means can't and won't. AND if every team had the oppurtunity to erase....one or two of those pesky turnovers, every team would look like the Pats?
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