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Old 09-19-2011, 08:39 AM   #31
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Extremely interested to see how well we play on the road. Our offense has efficiently been able to move the ball in between the RZs all year, but as we saw yesterday, we still have problems scoring TDs. As well as we have played, we have also played all these games at home. I just want to see how this team handles the pressure of a MNF away game against a NFC East opponent. Should be interesting. If we can get another W, I will be elated.
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Old 09-19-2011, 08:40 AM   #32
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At this point, we can only stop ourselves. If the O-line can like they played against the Cards (at least 90%), we're a threat to score everytie our O takes the field.

Only concern I have is our CB depth. Would've liked to see us pick up K. Hayden, who had a nice pick against the Eagles last night. If Wilson can't play against Dallas, I'm don't like putting Thompson or Westbrook on the field to be the #3 CB.
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Old 09-19-2011, 08:57 AM   #33
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Jessie Hollly of the Cowboys said God tapped on Romo's shoulder and told him to change the play that got them into scoring position!!! Any thoughtts??? Fire at will!!!
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After a come from behind win of the Cardinals, our fans started chanting we want dallas. Dallas barely got by San Fran today. Romo broke a rib.

A 40 yr. old chant gains momentum after two straight wins at home. Whatever bad happens for the Boys is not good enough. I don't feel for their injuries and I'm equally sure they don't feel for ours.
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Old 09-19-2011, 09:22 AM   #35
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Jessie Hollly of the Cowboys said God tapped on Romo's shoulder and told him to change the play that got them into scoring position!!! Any thoughtts??? Fire at will!!!
It's simple. God could have helped air show victims. God could have been in church, since it was a Sunday. But instead God chose to help the Cowboys because God hates the 49ers.

Of course, last week God liked the Jets and hated the Cowboys. God is fickle and indecisive that way.
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No wonder the world is going to shit. God is too busy helping out football players.

He must have money on these games.
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No wonder the world is going to shit. God is too busy helping out football players.

He must have money on these games.
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As Mr. Fletcher said, "It's the Cowboys and the Redskins...what's not to like?"

We've beat them before, I don't see any reason we can't beat them again. This was the perfect time for a long week. Dallas isn't the only team with injuries. This gives the Shannahan's and Haslett plenty of time to game plan. Romo's ribs are going to be a lot more sore after this game.

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The Skins didn't play outstanding ball, heck one could say they didn't play outstanding ball in week one. The positive is the team found a way to win both games. In past years the Skins have found a way to shoot themselves in the foot and lose games. Now it appears the Skins are finding ways to win those.

I'd like to add that we have won two games I expected us to win but man they were tough games. I totally expected us to suprise the Giants and win big especially with their injuries, and the Cards I expected a huge win but again it turned out to be a close game. I'm looking at all the teams I thought we could beat easily and have been seeing them play tough; Rams, Panthers, Bills, 49ers, Dolphins, Bucs. I still think we can win them but their gunna be closer then I thought. Colts, Vikes, and Seahawks might be the easiest games on our list now.
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The Skins didn't play outstanding ball, heck one could say they didn't play outstanding ball in week one. The positive is the team found a way to win both games. In past years the Skins have found a way to shoot themselves in the foot and lose games. Now it appears the Skins are finding ways to win those.

I'd like to add that we have won two games I expected us to win but man they were tough games. I totally expected us to suprise the Giants and win big especially with their injuries, and the Cards I expected a huge win but again it turned out to be a close game. I'm looking at all the teams I thought we could beat easily and have been seeing them play tough; Rams, Panthers, Bills, 49ers, Dolphins, Bucs. I still think we can win them but their gunna be closer then I thought. Colts, Vikes, and Seahawks might be the easiest games on our list now.
I think what we are seeing is a great team that is finding themselves. When they are backed into a corner they are coming out swinging and proving themselves. As the confidence level continues to rise, so will the level of play.

I think it's a lot of nerves and excitement that has caused some of the missed opportunities in the redzone. Grossman needs to keep his composure, settle down and not force any throws in the redzone. I love the read he made to Moss in the endzone.

I also like how our D is disrupting and causing turnovers.

I'm looking forward to playing high caliber teams and seeing us turn it up!
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After a come from behind win of the Cardinals, our fans started chanting we want dallas. Dallas barely got by San Fran today. Romo broke a rib.

A 40 yr. old chant gains momentum after two straight wins at home. Whatever bad happens for the Boys is not good enough. I don't feel for their injuries and I'm equally sure they don't feel for ours.
This reminds me of when Red Sox fans would start the Yankees Sucks chants at odd times, like during the patriots victory parade or while they were playing Baltimore or something. It's a good thing to have a rival, but sometimes it gets ridiculous. I hate Dallas but its not like we have been battling them for the NFC East crown much in the last ten years.
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This reminds me of when Red Sox fans would start the Yankees Sucks chants at odd times, like during the patriots victory parade or while they were playing Baltimore or something. It's a good thing to have a rival, but sometimes it gets ridiculous. I hate Dallas but its not like we have been battling them for the NFC East crown much in the last ten years.
That's because most Patriots fans care more about baseball.
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This reminds me of when Red Sox fans would start the Yankees Sucks chants at odd times, like during the patriots victory parade or while they were playing Baltimore or something. It's a good thing to have a rival, but sometimes it gets ridiculous. I hate Dallas but its not like we have been battling them for the NFC East crown much in the last ten years.
OMG, after he was the goat last week they are treating Romo's game yesterday like hes was freaking Willis Reed!! If the kicker would have shanked that kick like he did the 22 yarder ealrier in the game, i bet those Front Runners would have been singing a different tune!!!
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Romo has gotta be hurting tonight, wonder if he'll be iffy for next week.
Either way, he'll be iffy after next week.



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