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Old 07-19-2005, 04:33 PM   #16
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Bledsoe is going to turn out and be Cowboys Mark Brunell.I will give them credit for not signing him for 10 years at 60 mil. with a 10 mil signing bonus and no workouts or physicals needed.
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Old 07-19-2005, 05:54 PM   #17
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GOOD REPORT

The Cowboys will have a lot of rookies on defense, and will be experiementing with the 3-4 defense. Parcells is not happy with the right side of his offensive line either......he's even thinking of moving Larry Allen over there....and behind this line a very immobile QB.........We get the Cowboys early, Sept 19, hopefully we can take advantage of the defense's rookie inexperience...........

Funny, how all the magazines are singing the praises of the Gints and most have listed them as 2nd in the NFC East....except this report...Eli will have to step up, and the teams additions need to improve their o line play. And let's hope Pierce is a product of Williams system and not Coughlins............ :FIREdevil:
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Old 07-20-2005, 10:21 AM   #18
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GOOD REPORT

The Cowboys will have a lot of rookies on defense, and will be experiementing with the 3-4 defense. Parcells is not happy with the right side of his offensive line either......he's even thinking of moving Larry Allen over there....and behind this line a very immobile QB.........We get the Cowboys early, Sept 19, hopefully we can take advantage of the defense's rookie inexperience...........

Funny, how all the magazines are singing the praises of the Gints and most have listed them as 2nd in the NFC East....except this report...Eli will have to step up, and the teams additions need to improve their o line play. And let's hope Pierce is a product of Williams system and not Coughlins............ :FIREdevil:
They have them second because they got Pierce and us below them because we lost Pierce this year. See it all revolves around Peirce because he has been such a force in the nfl the past couple of years. Our D will probably drop to around 15th place because it was Pierce and Williams just got lucky last year with the 10 other players on the field.LOL
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They have them second because they got Pierce and us below them because we lost Pierce this year. See it all revolves around Peirce because he has been such a force in the nfl the past couple of years. Our D will probably drop to around 15th place because it was Pierce and Williams just got lucky last year with the 10 other players on the field.LOL
I agree. Peirce is the most dominant middle linebacker the world has ever scene. We didn't even need the other guys on the field. We are doomed without him. The Broncos must be happy they are getting a number one pick next year. Gibbs should just go back to racing, it's all hopeless now.

Seriously though, I'm not being a hater because he isn't playing for us this year. I'm just having a little fun with the absurdity that our D will blow because we lost this guy.
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Pierce definitely played at a Pro Bowl level last year, but I think for another team he will be a one-hit wonder.
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I agree. Peirce is the most dominant middle linebacker the world has ever scene. We didn't even need the other guys on the field. We are doomed without him. The Broncos must be happy they are getting a number one pick next year. Gibbs should just go back to racing, it's all hopeless now.

Seriously though, I'm not being a hater because he isn't playing for us this year. I'm just having a little fun with the absurdity that our D will blow because we lost this guy.
I like Pierce alot myself I was joking on all the so called sports analyst that give no credit to Williams and what he can do with average players. I think Pierce is average but excelled as a well coach player in this system.
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Right. Because if people didn't have talent then they wouldn't be in the NFL. It's how to unlock that talent is the key.
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Old 07-20-2005, 04:13 PM   #23
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Pierce is better than Ray Lewis, honestly. the guy is defenitely #1 in the history of middle linebackers, i haven't ever seen anyone dominant the way he did. we were fools for letting him escape to the giants, they have all they need to make a super bowl run this season. seriously, when Pierce play bad, he still looks better than L.T.
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Old 07-21-2005, 01:28 PM   #24
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I can't wait to see our team again, 3 and a half hours a week 14 hours a month, 56 hours a year, those are the greatest times.

It hurts that I actually have to tell you this, but I was being sarcastic dude.
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