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Old 12-03-2012, 07:29 AM
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Huh you must not know whitten he is to big for corners and to fast for LB. I would love for your 1-4 to be true but that guy has been the leading reciever on that team for a while and inside their division they arguably have better LB and safeties than we do. If there is any time to unleash Mays that would be a start of a game plan.
Unleash Mays? You mean the guy who can't cover? Let me get this straight, you want to take a guy who was benched because he can't cover and put him on a guy who you believe will kill us in the passing game?

Makes sense........
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Old 12-03-2012, 07:35 AM
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Hopefully we work on stopping screens / quick passes for automatic first downs as teams might use that to exploit us from here on out..
Our defense gave up a total of 6 points in a road game. I don't think many teams will be modeling their attack after what the Chargers did.
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Old 12-03-2012, 07:37 AM
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Our defense gave up a total of 6 points in a road game. I don't think many teams will be modeling their attack after what the Chargers did.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:01 AM
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Unleash Mays? You mean the guy who can't cover? Let me get this straight, you want to take a guy who was benched because he can't cover and put him on a guy who you believe will kill us in the passing game?

Makes sense........
Wasn't aware Mays was benched for not being able to cover what else did Marv tell you in pillow talk?
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:10 AM
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Wasn't aware Mays was benched for not being able to cover what else did Marv tell you in pillow talk?
Actually it was pretty well known.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:10 AM
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Wasn't aware Mays was benched for not being able to cover what else did Marv tell you in pillow talk?
well there is a reason he doesn't get that many snaps. No one has ever questioned his ability to make tackles or big hits. The knock on him has always been coverage but I still love Mays as a madden player lol but I would not want him guarding a polished route running TE like witten. I'm sure nate Clements will be on him most of the game maybe seeing Mays underneath here and there but I doubt that as well.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:15 AM
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Actually it was pretty well known.
Please point me to the source.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:18 AM
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well there is a reason he doesn't get that many snaps. No one has ever questioned his ability to make tackles or big hits. The knock on him has always been coverage but I still love Mays as a madden player lol but I would not want him guarding a polished route running TE like witten. I'm sure nate Clements will be on him most of the game maybe seeing Mays underneath here and there but I doubt that as well.
Speculation what I remember is him being out of position and even though he was flagged for PI it was good coverage. But do tell of him having coverage issues. I also remember him being the only Bengal defender capable of covering a TE. Now if you look at what I posted I said it is the beginning of a game plan. I was not saying its the only game plan just pointing out that witten worries me.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:23 AM
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I have watched alot of Dallas games this year for whatever reason. They are very very talented. They have alot of injuries on defense but they are a good team and have lost some close games. Witten is an absolute beast. He will have a very good day especially against our LB's and safeties. I expect a guy like Lamur to play some more snaps because frankly Lawson won't be able to cover him and teams are finding holes in Burfict's coverage. Crocker is what he is back there.

This will be a game that will be up to our front 4 on defense. We can not blitz alot. We have to keep Romo in the pocket because he is pretty good outside of it. We will need the front 4 to have a great day so we can drop 7 in coverage. It will be a HUGE game for this team and a very tough matchup with Dez, Austin, Witten and Murray in the backfield
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:51 AM
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Demarco Murray is back too. Dallas sure has talent.

Romo throws a lot of interceptions though.
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Speculation what I remember is him being out of position and even though he was flagged for PI it was good coverage. But do tell of him having coverage issues. I also remember him being the only Bengal defender capable of covering a TE. Now if you look at what I posted I said it is the beginning of a game plan. I was not saying its the only game plan just pointing out that witten worries me.
It sounds like everything worries you...
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Ah the needle in a hay stack.
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It sounds like everything worries you...
Classic misdirection when facts don't support the mouths utterance thx for playing.
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:15 AM
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I'm watching SNF also, but ya gotta remember how incompetent both teams have been all year. Philly has only won 3 games and could win. Dallas has won 5. I'm pretty sure the game is sold out also, so you can count on a full PBS. I don't see Dallas winning this one or even coming close to winning.
Dallas has 6 wins...one less than the Bengals.

PBS will be filled with many Cowboys fans.
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:03 AM
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Watching Dallas game whitten is a monster for them he is eating the eagles alive over the middle. I have no doubt we can win but if whitten breaks loose over the middle, this will be a long hard fought game.
Yeah he is but we dont give TEs a free release down the field......He gets a nice wack at the line here......Plus he might want to stay in and block ....Because we aint the eagels we get pressure ...Remember they gotta do what we just did make that long trip east...That takes alot out of a team....I think we will win in a real close game......Cowboys just got bye a eagel team that had half of there starters out .....So they aint all that
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I have watched alot of Dallas games this year for whatever reason. They are very very talented. They have alot of injuries on defense but they are a good team and have lost some close games. Witten is an absolute beast. He will have a very good day especially against our LB's and safeties. I expect a guy like Lamur to play some more snaps because frankly Lawson won't be able to cover him and teams are finding holes in Burfict's coverage. Crocker is what he is back there.

This will be a game that will be up to our front 4 on defense. We can not blitz alot. We have to keep Romo in the pocket because he is pretty good outside of it. We will need the front 4 to have a great day so we can drop 7 in coverage. It will be a HUGE game for this team and a very tough matchup with Dez, Austin, Witten and Murray in the backfield
I think your right about alot of your post .....The way i see it is the cowboys and the bengals are about even on talent ...But i think we win because andy is better at taking care of the ball then romo...
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:28 AM
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the dallas o looks good and romo is big ben like avoiding pressure. only hope to win is we run the ball and keep them off the field. their offense has it all. a rb, a te, two wide outs, and a qb. it'll be a tough task and a playoff type game.
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Classic misdirection when facts don't support the mouths utterance thx for playing.
Hey who's this Whitten guy you speak of?
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Cowboys barely mustered Eagles. No fear.

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Some notes from local town:

1) Cowboys fans HATE their oline...anchored by one of our former guys, Nate Livings. I think statistically though, Romo has been sacked the same amount as Dalton.
2) Dez Bryant runs routes about as good as Chad Johnson does
3) Whitten's dropped passes are an abomination.
4) Whitten can beat any LB coverage (IMO, especially fatty Burfict or Rey)
5) No confidence in consistent play.
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Old 12-03-2012, 11:22 AM
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Zimmer will have to gameplan Witten!
If there is not a gameplan to to slow him down. (Rape him at the line of scrimmage)
He will shred the middle of this defense. The guy is a stud. And I don't know, with Rey in the middle, and what we have at safety, I think he will be running free way too often.
Not saying it will mean Dallas win, but Witten should have big game against this personnel.
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Watching Dallas game whitten is a monster for them he is eating the eagles alive over the middle. I have no doubt we can win but if whitten breaks loose over the middle, this will be a long hard fought game.


I think our D-line will be too much for them. Our D-line eating Romo alive is what i am predicting.
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I think our D-line will be too much for them. Our D-line eating Romo alive is what i am predicting.
Romo is very good at throwing on the run. Pressures won't do anything, if we don't sack him, we will suffer.

We can't have Dunlap running past him over and over like he does.
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Romo is very good at throwing on the run. Pressures won't do anything, if we don't sack him, we will suffer.

We can't have Dunlap running past him over and over like he does.


That is true, should be a good game that is for sure.

I still see us pulling this one out. We can run on these guys, keep him off the field.
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