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Old 01-20-2010, 09:56 AM   #271
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Yes, yes it was

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First post, check out the side-by-side Jerry/Tony pictures...great faces.
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First post, check out the side-by-side Jerry/Tony pictures...great faces.
For some reason, I just love the pic of JJ almost gleefully shaking Favre's hand, especially contrasted with his glare on the sideline shots! Awesome!
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For some reason, I just love the pic of JJ almost gleefully shaking Favre's hand, especially contrasted with his glare on the sideline shots! Awesome!
I had to include that one because it looks like he's trying to talk Brett into coming and replacing Romo.
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Re: Vikings Run Up The Score: Brooking vs. Pat Williams

this just doesn't get old. I'm not seeing as many cryboy tee shirts this week for some reason....hmmm.
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I would like to personally thank you Buster. The pictures you posted warmed my heart more than I could possibly tell you. Thank you. Thank you so much.
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LOL Buster, those pics are awesome. Is it bad that I take so much joy in seeing a team suffer?
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LOL Buster, those pics are awesome. Is it bad that I take so much joy in seeing a team suffer?
If it is bad, then there are a lot of bad people here.

The only problem with Dallas losing last week is that they can't lose this week, too.
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Is it bad that I take so much joy in seeing a team suffer?
Considering what the Redskins did this season, you should be ecstatic then.
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Considering what the Redskins did this season, you should be ecstatic then.
You're like the ex-gf that can't get over being broken up with so you continuously post snarky responses on your ex-bf's facebook

get over it bro.. we're just not that into you
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Considering what the Redskins did this season, you should be ecstatic then.
The Redskins were awful this season, but we're under new management, we have high draft picks to supplement a talented roster, and our new coach has experience winning Super Bowls. Thankfully, I can't say the same of the Cowboys, a team that is always overrated and consistently underperforms when it counts. Who here thinks Wade Phillips will ever win a Super Bowl for Dallas? chirp.......chirp...........chirp.....
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The Redskins were awful this season, but we're under new management, we have high draft picks to supplement a talented roster, and our new coach has experience winning Super Bowls. Thankfully, I can't say the same of the Cowboys, a team that is always overrated and consistently underperforms when it counts. Who here thinks Wade Phillips will ever win a Super Bowl for Dallas? chirp.......chirp...........chirp.....
Hello? It got awful quiet in here.
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You're like the ex-gf that can't get over being broken up with so you continuously post snarky responses on your ex-bf's facebook

get over it bro.. we're just not that into you
OMG I just lol'd.
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The Redskins were awful this season, but we're under new management, we have high draft picks to supplement a talented roster, and our new coach has experience winning Super Bowls. Thankfully, I can't say the same of the Cowboys, a team that is always overrated and consistently underperforms when it counts. Who here thinks Wade Phillips will ever win a Super Bowl for Dallas? chirp.......chirp...........chirp.....
I applaud the hiring of Shannahan, the best move that could have been made.

More importantly, and please do not take this in a bad way, it seems that Snyder has taken page out of Jerry Jones book.

After 3 consecutive 5-11 season with Dave Campo, Jones decided that in the best interest of the club that he needed to "release the reins" a bit. He hired Bill Parcells and surrendered a lot of the control that he had. The result was good and the talent level increased dramtically.

Snyder has done something very similar with Shanny, and that is a smart move in my opinion.

But based on your statement, failure is anything less than a Super Bowl. So every year, based on what you said, there are 31 teams that fail.

And yeah, Shannahan has experience winning Super Bowls. But so does Parcells. And since the 1986 season how many Super Bowls has he won since? With the Pats, Jets or Cowboys?

Shannahan won 2 Super Bowls with arugueably one of the greatest QB's to ever play the game. Since that QB left the NFL, Shannahan won only one playoff game, just one.

And while that subject is in the air, how many coaches in the Super Bowl era have EVER won Super Bowls with 2 different teams?

None is the correct answer. Guys like Parcells, Holmgren, Shula, Vermeil, Reeves and Gruden have made it to the SB with different teams. But none has ever WON Super Bowls with 2 different teams.

Not saying Shanny won't get the job done, I am just saying if you are expecting "instant results" next season or even the following season, you may be just as disappointed as 2009.
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I applaud the hiring of Shannahan, the best move that could have been made.

More importantly, and please do not take this in a bad way, it seems that Snyder has taken page out of Jerry Jones book.

After 3 consecutive 5-11 season with Dave Campo, Jones decided that in the best interest of the club that he needed to "release the reins" a bit. He hired Bill Parcells and surrendered a lot of the control that he had. The result was good and the talent level increased dramtically.

Snyder has done something very similar with Shanny, and that is a smart move in my opinion.

But based on your statement, failure is anything less than a Super Bowl. So every year, based on what you said, there are 31 teams that fail.

And yeah, Shannahan has experience winning Super Bowls. But so does Parcells. And since the 1986 season how many Super Bowls has he won since? With the Pats, Jets or Cowboys?

Shannahan won 2 Super Bowls with arugueably one of the greatest QB's to ever play the game. Since that QB left the NFL, Shannahan won only one playoff game, just one.

And while that subject is in the air, how many coaches in the Super Bowl era have EVER won Super Bowls with 2 different teams?

None is the correct answer. Guys like Parcells, Holmgren, Shula, Vermeil, Reeves and Gruden have made it to the SB with different teams. But none has ever WON Super Bowls with 2 different teams.

Not saying Shanny won't get the job done, I am just saying if you are expecting "instant results" next season or even the following season, you may be just as disappointed as 2009.
And as the players which Parcells acquired leave the Cowboys roster, the talent level will go down. Jerry Jones forgot his "lesson."

BTW the "how many coaches have won Super Bowls with two different teams" thing is a bit of a straw dog. "It can't be done" and "it hasn't been done" are two different statements which should not be confused. I am not arguing that Shanahan will win a SB or anything like that, I'm am simply pointing out a logically flawed if common argument.
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