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Old 09-27-2011, 08:43 AM   #31
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Re: Scud's Studs (Week 3 vs Dallas)

Here's what I saw last night, coming from a cowboys fan:

Tim Hightower looked really, really good. At times he looked good running the ball but he looked great catching and blocking.
LaRon Landry looked great as well. That dude can move wish he was one of our safeties.

I disagree on Williams though, if you go back and look the dude committed so many false start penalties, holds, and even flat out tackled Ware on one play. None of these were called but that's the way it goes I guess.
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I thought the refs were pretty bad on both sides.
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Old 09-27-2011, 08:55 AM   #33
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Why not? He shares the blame for the poor defensive call as much as the player.
it was a good play call. He just needed his Corners to execute and Hall did not.

It was a 30 yard lob pass thrown while the QB is moving backwards. That should be an easy knockdown by any DB, Unfortunately Hall like to play 20 yards off in coverage.
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I thought the refs were pretty bad on both sides.
Agreed.
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Old 09-27-2011, 09:40 AM   #35
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Sav Rocca is a huge upgrade at punter. Except for the botched hold, he was a special teams stud. Never been a fan of punters holding - I would much prefer John Beck holding on kicks.
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Old 09-27-2011, 03:23 PM   #36
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Gano - I'm starting to love this guy. Kicks the ball thru the endzone every time and his FGs are improving. We totally mismanaged the end of the first half, but he saved the day with that CLUTCH 50-yarder. We are good for 1 missed/botched field goal a game, otherwise I'm very happy with our kicking game.

TW/OLine - Yes some holds and false starts but did what he had to do to hold Ware in check. OL improving in the run game. Lichstensteiger had a good game.

J.Wilson - Great in the passing game. Like Tripp said he reminded me of Springs out there. Meet our real #1 CB.

LL - What a pleasure having you back. That hit on the sideline was awesome. I'm sure I woke up all my neighbors.

D overall - very solid game in a tough venue. Held them out of the endzone all night. Did more than enough to win this game.
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Old 09-27-2011, 10:00 PM   #37
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I don't know... with that crappy dallas OL, how come we couldn't completely destroy romo? I know the playcalling on their side was built specifically to protect him and our D played ok, but a half competent offense or a better defense would have pulled this one out. we needed some fumble recoveries.
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I don't know... with that crappy dallas OL, how come we couldn't completely destroy romo? I know the playcalling on their side was built specifically to protect him and our D played ok, but a half competent offense or a better defense would have pulled this one out. we needed some fumble recoveries.
Not sure how crappy that oline really is. At least Tyrone Smith and Doug free are both pretty good.
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Not sure how crappy that oline really is. At least Tyrone Smith and Doug free are both pretty good.
Orakpo was owning Doug Free all night long if I remember correctly.
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I don't know... with that crappy dallas OL, how come we couldn't completely destroy romo? I know the playcalling on their side was built specifically to protect him and our D played ok, but a half competent offense or a better defense would have pulled this one out. we needed some fumble recoveries.
Romo does a good job at getting rid of the ball to begin with, and they totally designed their gameplan with an emphasis on quick passes.

The D did their job allowing only FGs. I think it's the O that needs to take more of the blame in this one. 16 points doesn't cut it.
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Romo does a good job at getting rid of the ball to begin with, and they totally designed their gameplan with an emphasis on quick passes.

The D did their job allowing only FGs. I think it's the O that needs to take more of the blame in this one. 16 points doesn't cut it.
We can't keep wasting trips to the red zone and come either empty handed or with just a FG.
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I'm going with Sav Rocca. Minus the botched hold, I would give him MVP actually.

I thought McIntosh had one of his better games as a Redskin, especially early on.

I don't think Ware laid a glove on Rex when he lined up across from Trent.
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I think we're being far too kind on Rocca. Yeah one mistake doesn't mean he's a complete bum, but that was a pretty huge mistake. Those 3 points were huge.
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I think we're being far too kind on Rocca. Yeah one mistake doesn't mean he's a complete bum, but that was a pretty huge mistake. Those 3 points were huge.
I agree. Grossman and Rocca are the two individual players who most singularly lost the game for us last night. Roccas mistake is FAR more unforgivable. Field position loss aside, We get those 3 points, then the cowboys would have HAD to go for the last touchdown instead of field goal... and i dont think this defense would have let them have it.
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Orakpo was owning Doug Free all night long if I remember correctly.
Really?
What was Raks sack total?
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