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posted on Oct, 2 2007 @ 12:57 PM
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Originally posted by Musky
Are you brothers? You look like him.

That's what everyone keeps telling me. Tony looks more like my brother than my brothers do. Really odd. As if I needed more reason to like the Cowboys.




posted on Oct, 2 2007 @ 01:07 PM
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You said....
"Green Bay is not on Dallas' level at all. They barely beat Philadelphia!! Pffft. "

Really?
Well lets take a closer look at your statement.
We can start with common opponents for both teams..
Dallas beat the Giants 45-35
GB beat the Giants 35-13

Looking at that,I would say,GB's defense is better than Dallas's.
Seeing as the cowboys gave up a whopping 35 points and GB held them to only 13.

Also you have to look at the caliber of the opponents each team has played so far.And that also falls in GB's favor.

So if were debating who is on who's level,one would almost have to question if Dallas is on GB's level.
But this debate will be settled in the near future.
Till then ...



posted on Oct, 2 2007 @ 03:18 PM
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Originally posted by dbates
What's really odd is that they play harder in the second half than they do in the first. The old Dallas wins the first half but blows it in the second. This team seems to improve with time. I'd almost say that they had a good defense last week against the Rams. If they can pick up their D (and the offence keeps it up) they have a good chance of winning the NFC.




Their defense seems to improve every week. Now that they have Ellis and Newsome back, they are going to give most teams a headache. Of course, I don't pretend that they did anything that wasn't expected against the Rams.



posted on Oct, 2 2007 @ 03:20 PM
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Originally posted by Black_Fox



Looking at that,I would say,GB's defense is better than Dallas's.
Seeing as the cowboys gave up a whopping 35 points and GB held them to only 13.



Rigt now!!?? I don't think so. Dallas had neither Greg Ellis on the D-line nor Newsome in the secondary when they played the Giants, they were hurt.
Now they do.



[edit on 2-10-2007 by SpeakerofTruth]



posted on Oct, 11 2007 @ 07:42 PM
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5-0

Can't wait for this next game with the Patriots. Of course the Bills-Cowboy game from Monday night will be legend. The Bills pulled defeat from the jaws of victory time and time again.

#9 (Romo) has the come-back-kid mojo going on. There's no other explanation.



posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 07:21 AM
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With the Patriots laying an egg last week at home, they will need come out and not leave plays on the field. Brady and company should have no problems moving ball. Wade Wilson has already said that there will be three guys covering Moss. Apparently he just wants T.O. to have better stats than Moss this game, because Brady will pick the Dallas D appart if this happens.

Look for the Pats to put up 4 scores before half, and cruise in the second half with Dallas making a 4th quarter come back to make it close at the end.

If Dallas will have any shot at winning they will need to run Barber and Jones outside the tackles. They can have succuss as long as they stay outside, the interior lineman and linebacks will eat them up in the inside. Dallas will have to go deep. They will need the homerun. Ellis Hobbs not Asante Samuel will probably be matched with T.O. Hobbs likes to take risks, and even if it is not a completion T.O. big mouth my get him a pass interference call. Dallas D will have to win the turnover battle. The only way this will happen is to put pressure on Brady. So far this season more people in New England have got dirtier raking leaves than Brady does playing football.

Should be a interesting game. I will be away for work, so I hope it is a national televised game. Prediction 34-24 Patriots.



posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 07:42 AM
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Originally posted by testrat
I hope it is a national televised game. Prediction 34-24 Patriots.

This should be nationaly televised since these two teams are the current best in the NFL. Could it be a preview of the Superbowl?

I think your score prediction is faily accurate. I look for the Patriots to win by at least one touchdown. Hopefully the Cowboys will find some more Romo magic.



posted on Oct, 12 2007 @ 03:10 PM
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Wait a minute! Wait aaaaaaaaaaaaa minute! How can the Cowboys be Super Bowl bound when they almost lost to the freakin' Bills on Monday night? If they had that much trouble with a defense that had their second-string safeties in, that should really say how bad Romo and them did in Buffalo. But to go up against safeties like Rodny Harrison and Asante Samuel and expect to have a good game is not usual.


I don't occasionally root for the Pats, but I gotta do it this time.
Pats in a blowout.



posted on Oct, 17 2007 @ 11:08 AM
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Originally posted by acegotflows
cowboys are playing well, against teams ith a combined win total of 3. I think they're more hype than anything right now. NOT KNOCKING THEM or saying that they aren't good, but they're 4-0 against bad teams, except the Giants (well Suday's Giants)...

[edit on 10/1/2007 by acegotflows]


Patirots exposed them for what I thought in the first place. BUT that doesn't mean much yet...



posted on Oct, 17 2007 @ 11:30 AM
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Yes, Dallas has a fairly weak defense. We've been griping about that for weeks. Still, Sunday's game was the first time that the Pats have been behind this year. Props to Dallas there. It was all good till the 4th quarter when Dallas' defense gave up and checked out of game.

The 12 something penalties didn't help either. Dallas' 4th and one success was negated from a holding penalty that didn't even change the play.

Did you see Barber in that game. He's freaking awesome!



posted on Oct, 17 2007 @ 05:17 PM
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Well, I didn't expect Dallas to beat New England...I don't think they are at that level RIGHT NOW... However, of the same token, I certainly didn't expect them to lose by three touchdowns either...
So, I suspect that they will either rebound or fall by the wayside... I don't see any teams in the NFC that are any better than Dallas, so, the question is... Does anyone have a chance at winning a Super Bowl against New England? I don't see it. :shk:



[edit on 17-10-2007 by SpeakerofTruth]



posted on Oct, 17 2007 @ 05:19 PM
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dbates, I didn't see the game, but from what I understand, Dallas shot itself in the foot multiple times in that game. However, I suppose that is what divides the good teams from the great ones. Dallas apparently is not great, yet...



posted on Oct, 17 2007 @ 05:39 PM
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Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
Well, I didn't expect Dallas to beat New England...I don't think they are at that level RIGHT NOW... However, of the same token, I certainly didn't expect them to lose by three touchdowns either...
So, I suspect that they will either rebound or fall by the wayside... I don't see any teams in the NFC that are any better than Dallas, so, the question is... Does anyone have a chance at winning a Super Bowl against New England? I don't see it. :shk:



[edit on 17-10-2007 by SpeakerofTruth]


It's almost unfair that New England is stacked as it is. Randy moss for a 4th rounder? Horrible. Dallas won't have too much competition as it looks right now. nodody looks that good besides Dallas in the NFC. I can't recall a season in recent memory where the gap between teams was THIS wide...



posted on Oct, 17 2007 @ 05:47 PM
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Ace, I can't either. I thought Dallas was pretty damn good, but, by the looks of it, they don't even come close to New England... Of course, Romo hasn't played as well these last two games as he did at the start of the season either, so...:shk:

I have said that how far Dallas goes will be determined by two things

1. How well Romo plays

2. How healthy they can remain.

Dallas seems to be, at least at this point, the one to beat in the NFC. However, unless something drastically changes between now and the Super bowl, I don't see anyone beating New England for the trophy. I hate to say that because to be honest, I am tired of New England, but


Some will say that Green Bay could possibly make a run at it, but I just can't see it. Without Brett Favre, they'd be 1-5 rather than 5-1... He has carried them throughout the season.

At this point, it looks like another championship for New England is in the works.

:shk:



posted on Nov, 5 2007 @ 11:42 AM
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Eagles: We get signal, main screen turn on.
Eagles: It's you....

Cowboys: How are you gentlemen?
Cowboys: All your base are belong to us.
Cowboys: You have no chance to win, make your time, ha ha ha.

The first play the Eagles made was a sign of things to come. They couldn't keep the ball from Dallas, and couldn't keep Dallas out of the endzone. I don't know what they were thinking with the pregame predictions. There was talk about how bad the Eagles wanted it, and how tough they were to beat at home. Fumble on the fist play is not the way to beat Dallas.

If you're in the NFC and want to go to the Superbowl, you have to go though Dallas. Jerry Jones isn't handing out $67 million checks for nothing. Tony Romo is the golden child. Along with Romo, Barber is next to impossible to stop, Jones is awesome, and T.O. looked like Superman yesterday. I don't know that they'll beat New England in the final, but no one else in the NFC is on their level right now.



posted on Nov, 5 2007 @ 11:47 AM
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dbates, yes, as I said earlier, Dallas isn't a fluke. The scary thing is, their defense is going to get better once Tank Johnson starts playing, which will be next week... Their offense, which is already superb, will only get better, if and when Terry Glenn comes back..
I'm sticking with my prediction

SUPER BOWL

NFC: Dallas Cowboys



AFC: New England Patriots.



posted on Nov, 5 2007 @ 11:51 AM
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Originally posted by dbates
. I don't know that they'll beat New England in the final, but no one else in the NFC is on their level right now.


Well, the main thing that killed Dallas against New England was the inability to score early, which is starting to diminish and penalties... Dallas really shot themselves in the foot , over and over and over in the game against New England. Don't expect Dallas to do the same again if they match up in the Super Bowl...
I, like you, dbates, am not sure anyone can beat New England, but if there is anyone in the NFC who can, I'd say it would be Dallas...

Green Bay looks tough, but I think they are leaning on the skills of Brett Favre... One player is not going to get a team to where they want to be.. We'll see though.

[edit on 5-11-2007 by SpeakerofTruth]



posted on Nov, 6 2007 @ 08:43 PM
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You knew it was coming right? Skins are timid on Offense but Dallas doesnt want to look past them this year. Skins will most definetly show them some love. Thx Doc for given them the home win BTW.

See you in two weeks Cowpoke!!!



posted on Nov, 6 2007 @ 08:48 PM
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Riddle me this ????? what happens if Shaun Taylor Rings TO up one time. might get ugly, im just sayin......... And im also a realist Dallas could get pay back for layin down last year at home. We will have to hide and watch big D could have a big day as well. hope not ....pray not ...... but could very well happen. My girl is a Cowgirl so its smack talk time in the house on Little big horn day around here.

Good luck to your team Sir....



posted on Nov, 7 2007 @ 10:53 AM
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You have got to be kidding me!! The Skins? You mean the Skins that got lambasted 52-0 by the Patriots? The Skins who just barely beat Arizona? The Skins who probably should have lost last week? I am a bit concerned in the game coming up against the Giants,mostly because they are playing in New York and that defense New York has
, but Washington doesn't concern me in the slightest.

I know it's a rivalry, but they're playing in Dallas...

Dallas 45

Washington 10




[edit on 7-11-2007 by SpeakerofTruth]






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