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    Holy crap at this Packers win. Just wow




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    I will say, the coaching staff cost them that game, as mentioned, WTF are they throwing for with a lead and not bleeding clock when GB couldn't stop their run...




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    Aikman's explanation made sense. On one hand, Romo may have expected Beasley to continue the route. However, considering the trap, had Beasley done so, he would have been led right into Williams, which makes it understandable that Beasley sit it down. I guess Romo was figuring that he wanted to get Beasley in stride to go out of bounds and stop the clock. However, there was plenty of time left.

    I don't know, and honestly neither did Aikman. I think he was still in shock.
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    Jason Garrett continues to prove he has no business being a HC in the NFL. We really dodged a bullet when he decided not to come here.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpsfan82 View Post
    The Cowboys have to have the stupidest coaching staff in the NFL.
    And just think - Jason Garrett was a candidate for the Ravens head coaching job.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpsfan82 View Post
    Jason Garrett continues to prove he has no business being a HC in the NFL. We really dodged a bullet when he decided not to come here.
    Abso-freaking-lutley.

    He may be the worst situational coach I've ever seen.


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    Murray 18 rushes 134 yards

    Lacy 21 rushes 141 yards

    Sure wish we ran the ball like that!




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    This just in: "Hines Ward is still a penis". Just caught his act on NBC.
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    Let me get this out of my system now cause it's gonna hurt to say...

    Let's go Steelers!

    Sorry CincyCat




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    Quote Originally Posted by mjones73 View Post
    Let me get this out of my system now cause it's gonna hurt to say...

    Let's go Steelers!

    Sorry CincyCat
    Santa caught that. Another lump of coal and a bad case of butt pimples for you. But that's OK. I understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CincyCat View Post
    Santa caught that. Another lump of coal and a bad case of butt pimples for you. But that's OK. I understand.




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    Quote Originally Posted by CincyCat View Post
    This just in: "Hines Ward is still a penis". Just caught his act on NBC.
    Actually, I always thought he was more of a pussy than a penis.




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    Alex Flannigan reports that Jason Garrett said that Romo that the play that resulted in the second Int in the fourth quarter was supposed to be a run play, but that Romo checked out of it at the line of scrimmage.

    Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison both break down the play and explain that it was and option route and, based on what the coverage dictated, Beasley did the right thing by sitting down, but that Romo for some reason threw the out to the sideline.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Alex Flannigan reports that Jason Garrett said that Romo that the play that resulted in the second Int in the fourth quarter was supposed to be a run play, but that Romo checked out of it at the line of scrimmage.

    Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison both break down the play and explain that it was and option route and, based on what the coverage dictated, Beasley did the right thing by sitting down, but that Romo for some reason threw the out to the sideline.
    It made no sense to pass in that situation. I get that QBs will always have confidence, blah blah blah.. but the clock, the field position, the score.... they shoud've ran the ball
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