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Old 12-03-2012, 01:29 PM
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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..
Yeah, word may get around on that. That was annoying me, to put it mildly.
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All you lucky bastards going I won't be able to make the trip from MD would love to be at that game.
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How many cowboys games have you watched this year? Do tell all their strengths and weaknesses since you know so much.

Homerism at its best.
Their biggest weakness is--They choke a lot. A LOT. A WHOLE LOT. They are on about a five year run of total underachievement. It's their specialty. They have all the pretty pieces but they ain't got it in the drawers.

They are a dangerous team who should be able to beat anybody. But they don't, for some reason or other. We're putting our demons behind us, and yesterday was another example--west coast, make mistakes, still win. Dallas is wrestling with theirs.

The Cowboys are hanging on by the skin of their teeth and the Bengals are hitting their stride on a very nice run, the kind many teams have ridden to the SB. I'm not predicting a win, but I definitely like our chances.
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Their biggest weakness is--They choke a lot. A LOT. A WHOLE LOT. They are on about a five year run of total underachievement. It's their specialty. They have all the pretty pieces but they ain't got it in the drawers.

They are a dangerous team who should be able to beat anybody. But they don't, for some reason or other. We're putting our demons behind us, and yesterday was another example--west coast, make mistakes, still win. Dallas is wrestling with theirs.

The Cowboys are hanging on by the skin of their teeth and the Bengals are hitting their stride on a very nice run, the kind many teams have ridden to the SB. I'm not predicting a win, but I definitely like our chances.
Choking is definately something they do well I'm glad we've been doing better in coverage all around but gates isalways injured or hampered by something. Just watching witten just had me thinking about how that guy can take over a game.
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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.
HAHAHA, you just put Witten and the word fast in the same sentence!!! Dude runs like a 4.9 compared to the average LB who runs a 4.7. Come on, everyone knows Witten is not one of those athletic TE's. He is hands down one of the best TE's STILL, but he is not fast...never was, never will be. He's the type of guy that is extremely smart with reading zones and utilizing his big body to catch balls. It also helps that he has the hands of an angel...so soft, he catches balls like they were tissues
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HAHAHA, you just put Witten and the word fast in the same sentence!!! Dude runs like a 4.9 compared to the average LB who runs a 4.7. Come on, everyone knows Witten is not one of those athletic TE's. He is hands down one of the best TE's STILL, but he is not fast...never was, never will be. He's the type of guy that is extremely smart with reading zones and utilizing his big body to catch balls. It also helps that he has the hands of an angel...so soft, he catches balls like they were tissues
He has been recently timed? If not the guy ran combine 40 4.65 yes he is faster than some LB's. ran high 4.5's pro day. Point is the LB we will have covering him aren't world burners either unless Lamur gets out there.
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He has been recently timed? If not the guy ran combine 40 4.65 yes he is faster than some LB's. ran high 4.5's pro day. Point is the LB we will have covering him aren't world burners either unless Lamur gets out there.
I'm going by what I see on the field. He was a little faster back in 2007.. I love the guy, he is one of my favorite TE's in the game. I think he is a true professional, and he is simply great at what he does. But honestly, I can never watch his film and say "wow, this guy really burned the defender". Yes he breaks tackles and runs with a lot of heart, but can you really say he is faster than most LB's in the league right now?
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We're going to have to be on our game to win against Dallas. They are not as bad as some folks think in fact they're a very dangerous teams loaded with talent. They've done some stupid stuff to lose games, but they match up with us pretty evenly on paper. The rankings for overall defense Dallas is 12 and we are 8. Offensive rankings they are 7 and we are 13. We can win it sure, but if we slip up at all we could lose easily. We can't pull the 3 turnover stuff. Dallas' offense will make us pay more than San Diego did.
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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.
The Bengals have played better offenses this year and have beat better offenses this year. Bengals have played over 5 quartebacks better than Romo. ....Dalton, Green, Green-Ellis, Gresham better than anything they've got.....Bengals are going to beat the Cowboys bad and send those goat ropers back to Texaco not very tall in the saddle.
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Romo's sandlot style is either a home run or a strike out.

Geno has to make certain that it goes down in the books as a K.
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I'm going by what I see on the field. He was a little faster back in 2007.. I love the guy, he is one of my favorite TE's in the game. I think he is a true professional, and he is simply great at what he does. But honestly, I can never watch his film and say "wow, this guy really burned the defender". Yes he breaks tackles and runs with a lot of heart, but can you really say he is faster than most LB's in the league right now?
In other words you don't know how fast he is (got it). But you make a post about his speed I still don't think we have a LB that can cover him. I still think we win but this offense is no slouch. And yes I do think he is deceptively faster than some LB heck even you did not know his 40 time though you assumed he was slow from watching him.
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The Bengals have played better offenses this year and have beat better offenses this year. Bengals have played over 5 quartebacks better than Romo. ....Dalton, Green, Green-Ellis, Gresham better than anything they've got.....Bengals are going to beat the Cowboys bad and send those goat ropers back to Texaco not very tall in the saddle.
Why do I feel like I'm defending Dallas I can't stand them!! To say they aren't good is absurd. This team in the second half of a game is just nuts.
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I think every week Zimmer comes out with a great game plan to really slow down any offense.

I can't remember a stretch of ball that they've played this good ever. Hopefully they can continue.

I'm really glad old man Clements is getting very limited snaps. His agility and ability to cut with these good receivers is gone. Glad pacman stepped up and took over that role. He is playing very well.

I really don't want to get into a gun slinging battle with them in the second half because that's when they are dangerous. I think we get the lead and are able to pound their rush D to keep them off the field. The run D is suspect so I expecting another big day form BJGE!

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The Bengals have played better offenses this year and have beat better offenses this year. Bengals have played over 5 quartebacks better than Romo. ....Dalton, Green, Green-Ellis, Gresham better than anything they've got.....Bengals are going to beat the Cowboys bad and send those goat ropers back to Texaco not very tall in the saddle.
While I think we'll win the game, you've got to be joking if you don't think Romo, Murray, Bryant, Witten and Austin pose a huge threat to our defense.
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If we get the "good" Dallas team it is going to be bad, if we get the "bad" Dallas team it will be good.

Dallas is one of the most inconsistent teams this year. One week they look amazing then the next they **** hard.
that's why I didn't know how to root in the Sunday night game. I didn't want a wounded, determined Dallas this week. But I also don't want a confident team hitting its stride. So I didn't root either way.

I like our chances, but it will be tough. Dallas is the best team we've faced since the Giants and will be a major test against the 2nd best passing team.

The D-line will be the key. Pressure Romo into making mistakes (which he does a lot). If we don't get pressure, he'll get 300 yards and more.
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Maybe this is a bit too oversimplified but the Bengals have probs with teams that use their TE's

I feel can cover WR's but the short game (use of TE's) kills us!

Antonio Gates was almost unstopable and really, the only reason the Chargers were effective

THAT is the only reason the Cowboys scare me

FWIW: The Ratbirds and Squeelers have done this to us for years too!
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As much as i think about the cowboys and there undeniable talent they posess on offence...I cannot help but feel the way our defence is playing as a cohesive unit under MIke Zimmer that they wont be able to shut thier weapons down...Especially in the run game.. Demarco Murray is a heck of a back...no doubt...But hes exactly the type of back this defence is built to shut down...Hes a north south banger type runner that if properly contained he doesnt posess the break out speed to get to the outside and break a huge run...Our front four will shut murray down this week and that in turn will put pressure on Romo to throw in 3rd and long situations to often and hes proven more then capable in the past to throw into the hands of the wrong team...
Keep in mind also they are coming up north and leaving their pretty little(not so little) Dome where they will have to face cold and possibly wintery conditions....
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Maybe this is a bit too oversimplified but the Bengals have probs with teams that use their TE's

I feel can cover WR's but the short game (use of TE's) kills us!

Antonio Gates was almost unstopable and really, the only reason the Chargers were effective

THAT is the only reason the Cowboys scare me

FWIW: The Ratbirds and Squeelers have done this to us for years too!
cowboys have no OL and a banged up D
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Maybe this is a bit too oversimplified but the Bengals have probs with teams that use their TE's

I feel can cover WR's but the short game (use of TE's) kills us!

Antonio Gates was almost unstopable and really, the only reason the Chargers were effective

THAT is the only reason the Cowboys scare me

FWIW: The Ratbirds and Squeelers have done this to us for years too!
Hardly. He had 6 receptions for 49 yards with a long of 19. So besides one decent play he averaged 6 yards per catch. No touchdowns. Barely a blip on the radar.
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We're going to have to be on our game to win against Dallas. They are not as bad as some folks think in fact they're a very dangerous teams loaded with talent. They've done some stupid stuff to lose games, but they match up with us pretty evenly on paper. The rankings for overall defense Dallas is 12 and we are 8. Offensive rankings they are 7 and we are 13. We can win it sure, but if we slip up at all we could lose easily. We can't pull the 3 turnover stuff. Dallas' offense will make us pay more than San Diego did.


You could be right but Romo can make a lot of mistakes especially when he is pressured
and our front 4 is the best in the league right now at doing this. We just cannot let him
scramble out of the pocket as some have said on here. Geno needs to run him right into
Dunlap and MJ.

I could see some more sack fumbles this game just like last week.

Ware is the one guy on that Defense that worries me.
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You could be right but Romo can make a lot of mistakes especially when he is pressured
and our front 4 is the best in the league right now at doing this. We just cannot let him
scramble out of the pocket as some have said on here. Geno needs to run him right into
Dunlap and MJ.

I could see some more sack fumbles this game just like last week.

Ware is the one guy on that Defense that worries me.
I'm pretty sure you make up most of what you say.

When "under pressure" Tony Romo is tied for the NFL lead in TD's with 7. (Tied with Aaron Rodgers).

When "under pressure" Tony Romo has the 6th highest completion percentage among QBs.

When "under pressure" Tony Romo has not been hit a single time as he has thrown a ball this year.

Think about that last one for a minute.


All QB's make mistakes under pressure.

Tony Romo does too....but he does very damn well when pressured.
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I'm pretty sure you make up most of what you say.

When "under pressure" Tony Romo is tied for the NFL lead in TD's with 7. (Tied with Aaron Rodgers).

When "under pressure" Tony Romo has the 6th highest completion percentage among QBs.

When "under pressure" Tony Romo has not been hit a single time as he has thrown a ball this year.

Think about that last one for a minute.


All QB's make mistakes under pressure.

Tony Romo does too....but he does very damn well when pressured.


So we shouldn't pressure him?

That would be extremely stupid.

This year he has been better but QB's always do worse under pressure and i have watched him in the past screw up just like every other QB under pressure.

I don't make these things up, i am stating what i believe to be fact. This is a message board afterall and we have a right to our opinions.

Your opinion is that the Cowboys will be a very tough out and that they could win this game.

You could be right but i see us coming home and causing a lot of turnovers in this one.

Nick Foles had a pretty good game against these guys and Dalton could pick them apart as well.
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Romo plays like rothelisberger and that scares me


Big Ben is much harder to take down though.
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