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Thread: MNF: Bears at Cowboys

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    These are really the games that get coaches fired. Dallas on the verge of being blown out at home to a team they are as good as and should probably beat. No excuse for them to be down 3 TDs at home
    Don't underestimate the Bears. If their OL does the job they can challenge for the NFC championship

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Cowboys are an example of a really poorly coached team. All the talent in the world yet such sloppy play, so many mistakes.
    And in the case of the Cowboys you have to wonder to what extent ownership arrogance (or whatever you want to call it) is undermining good coaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BushyTheBeaver View Post
    Yup. Romo is a good QB but his stat lines scream something fundamental is wrong: 25/33 (great) 264 (OK) 1 td (Wut?) 3 ints (wut????).


    Bears manhandling the Cowboys.
    Of his 4 INTs, 2 were totally on the WRs. Not to mention Dez Bryant dropping 3 balls, including a 3rd down pass and a TD. THe Cowboys have talented play makers and it still shows how much it matters when your WRs don't make plays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batmans A Scientist View Post
    Of his 4 INTs, 2 were totally on the WRs. Not to mention Dez Bryant dropping 3 balls, including a 3rd down pass and a TD. THe Cowboys have talented play makers and it still shows how much it matters when your WRs don't make plays.
    Also luck matters.... That was terrible ball by Cutler, how that turned into a catch is remarkable.

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    Down 34-10 at home. I think I'd be angrier as a Cowboy fan than I am as a Jet fan right now given the talent on both teams. Dallas should never lose 34-10 considering the playmakers they have on both sides of the ball, that's absurd

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    I knew Brandon Marshall was good, but damn, the guy is just spectacular. I hope he can hold it together this year and get control of his personality disorder.

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    Romo is really, really good..........except when he's not.

    It's not even a game to game thing. It's play to play.

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    Romo is having a Sanchez type game

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    Romo is really, really good..........except when he's not.

    It's not even a game to game thing. It's play to play.
    Watching him feels like

    Wow! WOW! Holy crap. WTF? Wow! WTF? NOOOOO!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatnlvr View Post
    Romo is having a Sanchez type game
    Romo, at times, is worse than Sanchez. Some of his throws a pee-wee QB wouldn't make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatnlvr View Post
    Romo is having a Sanchez type game
    @FauxJohnMadden: BREAKING: Tony Romo just secured the Jets starting quarterback job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    Romo is really, really good..........except when he's not.

    It's not even a game to game thing. It's play to play.
    Fair to say he's no Peyton Manning or Tom Brady. He lacks precision and consistency. But it's true he lacks the organization/coaching support those guys have.

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    I wish Orton was our backup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton View Post
    I wish Orton was our backup.
    I wish Orton was our starter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    Romo is really, really good..........except when he's not.

    It's not even a game to game thing. It's play to play.
    He takes a lot of chances and is not deterred when he throws a couple INTs. Some games it has disastrous results. He reminds me of Favre at his worst when he plays like this.

    First 2 INTs were not Romo's fault though and the game is very different if his WRs don't screw up on those 2 plays.

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    As much as I agree that Romo is his own worst enemy, his receivers are all flash and no substance...they suck. Bryant drops more balls than he catches and the other receivers run really really bad routes. Witten is the only reliable target he has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    I wish Orton was our starter.
    Yeah I guess I mean I wish he was before the season so he could take over.

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    Can someone please hire Gruden, I'm 75% sure he has been drinking heavily before/during the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CleatMarks View Post
    As much as I agree that Romo is his own worst enemy, his receivers are all flash and no substance...they suck. Bryant drops more balls than he catches and the other receivers run really really bad routes. Witten is the only reliable target he has.
    +1. True.

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    I guess the Ryan boys had a horrible weekend----Rob was totally pawned.

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