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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 4:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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#Cowboys just allowed 623 yards to Lions. Most allowed by a Dallas defense in franchise history, breaking record of 583 vs. Oilers in '91


BUT... Rob Ryan and his defense was the problem in Dallas.

I would have loved to see JG fired and RR promoted to HC last year but we know Jerry is a horrible GM
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 4:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tony7188 wrote:
textaz03 wrote:
Richie Whitt ‏@richiewhitt 21m

#Cowboys just allowed 623 yards to Lions. Most allowed by a Dallas defense in franchise history, breaking record of 583 vs. Oilers in '91


BUT... Rob Ryan and his defense was the problem in Dallas.

I would have loved to see JG fired and RR promoted to HC last year but we know Jerry is a horrible GM


not sure about head coach but i def wanted to give ryan ONE more year with our defense...
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Can somebody explain what happened? Dallas was up by two scores.
Super conservative playcalling on our final two drives set it up to where the Lions needed a TD to win with no timeouts, and they pulled it off basically.


Whether perception or reality this is about trust Conservative because they didn't want to put Romo in a position to lose the game with a late game INT. It's a damn if you do damn if you don't situation. Hard to blame the coaches. You expect the D to stop them but if you don't trust the QB late in the game you pick your poison on risk.
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I will never defend Romo again. I'm done. We may only have a shot at the playoffs or what have you because of him, but he will NEVER put us over the hump.
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GEE MEN wrote:
artfuldodger wrote:
Tony7188 wrote:
Can somebody explain what happened? Dallas was up by two scores.
Super conservative playcalling on our final two drives set it up to where the Lions needed a TD to win with no timeouts, and they pulled it off basically.


Whether perception or reality this is about trust Conservative because they didn't want to put Romo in a position to lose the game with a late game INT. It's a damn if you do damn if you don't situation. Hard to blame the coaches. You expect the D to stop them but if you don't trust the QB late in the game you pick your poison on risk.


You're ignorant... you really are. Laughing

There is nothing wrong with running the ball in that situation.
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GEE MEN wrote:
artfuldodger wrote:
Tony7188 wrote:
Can somebody explain what happened? Dallas was up by two scores.
Super conservative playcalling on our final two drives set it up to where the Lions needed a TD to win with no timeouts, and they pulled it off basically.


Whether perception or reality this is about trust Conservative because they didn't want to put Romo in a position to lose the game with a late game INT. It's a damn if you do damn if you don't situation. Hard to blame the coaches. You expect the D to stop them but if you don't trust the QB late in the game you pick your poison on risk.


You're ignorant... you really are. Laughing

There is nothing wrong with running the ball in that situation.


There may be when the run game is awful..anemic and your star RB is out.

We're 2 games back... Surprised
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I will never defend Romo again. I'm done. We may only have a shot at the playoffs or what have you because of him, but he will NEVER put us over the hump.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 4:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't have the stats to back this up, but is there any team that has as many games decided by less than 7 as Dallas does?
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GEE MEN wrote:
HDsportsfan wrote:
GEE MEN wrote:
artfuldodger wrote:
Tony7188 wrote:
Can somebody explain what happened? Dallas was up by two scores.
Super conservative playcalling on our final two drives set it up to where the Lions needed a TD to win with no timeouts, and they pulled it off basically.


Whether perception or reality this is about trust Conservative because they didn't want to put Romo in a position to lose the game with a late game INT. It's a damn if you do damn if you don't situation. Hard to blame the coaches. You expect the D to stop them but if you don't trust the QB late in the game you pick your poison on risk.


You're ignorant... you really are. Laughing

There is nothing wrong with running the ball in that situation.


There may be when the run game is awful..anemic and your star RB is out.

We're 2 games back... Surprised


This is why your ignorant....we gave our defense two...count 'em if you can two 10 point leads.

You go girl with your big 5 FG's today. And technically your 2.5 games back. Surprised
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I don't have the stats to back this up, but is there any team that has as many games decided by less than 7 as Dallas does?


Maybe not but the moral victories don't mean much to me. We are competitive but we still lose as many as we win. Today we managed to snatch defeat out of the jaws of victory in what will go down as one of the most heartbreaking regular season losses in franchise history.
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GEE MEN wrote:
HDsportsfan wrote:
GEE MEN wrote:
artfuldodger wrote:
Tony7188 wrote:
Can somebody explain what happened? Dallas was up by two scores.
Super conservative playcalling on our final two drives set it up to where the Lions needed a TD to win with no timeouts, and they pulled it off basically.


Whether perception or reality this is about trust Conservative because they didn't want to put Romo in a position to lose the game with a late game INT. It's a damn if you do damn if you don't situation. Hard to blame the coaches. You expect the D to stop them but if you don't trust the QB late in the game you pick your poison on risk.


You're ignorant... you really are. Laughing

There is nothing wrong with running the ball in that situation.


There may be when the run game is awful..anemic and your star RB is out.

We're 2 games back... Surprised



Hey, that's great , you know how to do math, now you can KMA Smile.

We need to spend every pick next year on the Defense!!!!!!!! And get a Guard and a RB too Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And to make matters worse, the Redskins are taking it to the Broncos. If this keeps up the NFC Least just got interesting.

In what will be a tight race I hope this loss vs the Lions does not come back to haunt us.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Northland wrote:
Texas_OutLaw7 wrote:
I don't have the stats to back this up, but is there any team that has as many games decided by less than 7 as Dallas does?


Maybe not but the moral victories don't mean much to me. We are competitive but we still lose as many as we win. Today we managed to snatch defeat out of the jaws of victory in what will go down as one of the most heartbreaking regular season losses in franchise history.


What? There is no moral victory today.
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and here, lets top off the loss with this

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Dallas Cowboys guard Brian Waters is dealing with knee, rib and triceps injuries and wonít know the extent of them until Monday. That's when he's scheduled to undergo MRIs, but itís not looking too promising for the 36-year-old who returned to football earlier this season after taking 2012 off.


Read more here: http://sportsblogs.star-telegram.com/cowboys/2013/10/cowboys-guard-brian-waters-dealing-with-three-injuries-which-could-keep-him-out.html#storylink=cpy
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That would mean more Burnindeuce. That would be awful.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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and here, lets top off the loss with this

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Dallas Cowboys guard Brian Waters is dealing with knee, rib and triceps injuries and wonít know the extent of them until Monday. That's when he's scheduled to undergo MRIs, but itís not looking too promising for the 36-year-old who returned to football earlier this season after taking 2012 off.


Read more here: http://sportsblogs.star-telegram.com/cowboys/2013/10/cowboys-guard-brian-waters-dealing-with-three-injuries-which-could-keep-him-out.html#storylink=cpy


Didn't seem like Burningdeuce did that bad when he came in for him.
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Texas_OutLaw7 wrote:
Northland wrote:
Texas_OutLaw7 wrote:
I don't have the stats to back this up, but is there any team that has as many games decided by less than 7 as Dallas does?


Maybe not but the moral victories don't mean much to me. We are competitive but we still lose as many as we win. Today we managed to snatch defeat out of the jaws of victory in what will go down as one of the most heartbreaking regular season losses in franchise history.


What? There is no moral victory today.


Obviously not today but many will point to Denver and Kansas City as moral victories. That's what I meant by referencing close losses or moral victories.
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