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Old 11-21-2011, 01:58 PM   #46
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If that's the case, he didn't do much of a job as Romo rollled to his side to make several big plays. In fact, I don't recall one in which Romo scrambled to his right.

On a similar note, read J. Kleim's wash examiner 10 observatons article (link on left hand side of warpath home pg.). He said he heard from a dallas source that the plan was to run to Rak's side.

Yeah and i dont think Rak played good, but tony romo didnt have any rushing yards even though hes a good scrambler. Maybe the plan was to rely on our secondary and force him to throw the ball and not give him the option to run, which will open more things up downfield. I think our front 7 played the best they have all year even though Orapko didnt seem to really do anything, so im just wondering what his roll was.
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Old 11-21-2011, 02:47 PM   #47
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Special teams should get some love (except for Gano). Great punting and punt coverage. Gano's kickoffs wernt as long as usual but i dont remember the cowboys ever getting past the 20 on the 5 kick offs. Obvisouly Banks finally had a good game.

Also i think we did really well by not committing penalties. There were a few offensive holding calls in the first half which I think were complete bs and piss poor officiating.
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Old 11-21-2011, 02:48 PM   #48
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Well, despite the outcome, a lot more positives this week than we've had in a while. Let's get right to it.

Ryan Kerrigan: What can I say? The guy is a total beast and brings it every week.

Stallworth/Gaffney: great job all day bailing out a team with zero running game.

Rex Grossman: the pick was bad, but overall he looked very poised and confident and spread the ball out to 9 different receivers. No question he's better for this team than John freaking Beck.

Pass Pro: was surprisngly good today. I thought Dallas was a lock for 4 or 5 sacks.

Sav Rocca: continues to be so valuable.

Brandon Banks: 2 very good returns today. About time.
To these I'd add Perry Riley.. Why wasn't he starting sooner? I like how he plays fast and decisively. He's going to make some mistakes (it was his bust on the Witten TD because Fletcher was off the field and he slid to Fletcher's position) but make them now in a lost season while learning rather than when we are trying to make a run at something other than draft position.

Although he's going to be one and done, Stallworth gets props also. From shopping for groceries last Sunday to catching the game tying TD in the waning moments this Sunday. Suck it Kurt Warner! (ok, not really)
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NFL.com news: Redskins' Gaffney has ugly Twitter exchange with Cowboys fan

I think hating Cowboy fans is a reason to make him a stud for the week. Though he did have a great game.
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