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2009-09-21 03:34:59 AM  
LMFAO!
 
2009-09-21 04:57:22 AM  
I was at the game, and I have to say that the Cowboys defensive secondary was pathetic. Had Manning thrown the ball more, the Giants could have put up a lot more points. Combine that with all the mistakes the Cowboys made and I'm shocked the game was even that close.

The Cowboys handed the Giants a gift in that game. The Cowboys were terrible and I wouldn't be running home with too much confidence if I were a Giants fan either.

The stadium, however, was incredible.

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2009-09-21 05:26:34 AM  
All I can say is "F*ck you Jerry Jones and the "eminent domain" you paid talked the city of Arlington into using to force people from their homes so you could have a shiny, new toy. I hope your Cowturds lose every game they play there. And I hope your new TV falls on your fake, plastic face, you dick smoking robber baron".

/I feel better now
 
2009-09-21 06:37:57 AM  

PacManDreaming: All I can say is "F*ck you Jerry Jones and the "eminent domain" you paid talked the city of Arlington into using to force people from their homes so you could have a shiny, new toy. I hope your Cowturds lose every game they play there. And I hope your new TV falls on your fake, plastic face, you dick smoking robber baron".

/I feel better now


Yeah but the idiots that ran Dallas gave up an opportunity to have that stadium. The Cowboys shouldn't be playing closer to Ft Worth than Dallas, at least Irving made sense.
 
2009-09-21 06:40:37 AM  
steelymcstupid.com


More Stupider stuff here (new window)

Sadly, this season might show the major flaws in Tony Romo's game that the media still fail to highlight with more than a a passing "meh". The guy is a fumbling bumbling interception throwing machine. And that isn't even in the important games.

Going to be a long season in Big D, when by week 8 the 105K fanns is down to about 80k of non-football liking socialite wanna-bes.
 
2009-09-21 06:41:39 AM  

Demetrius: The stadium, however, was incredible.


How many punts bounced off the screen?
 
2009-09-21 06:50:55 AM  
No punts came close to the screen, surprisingly.

However, here's a stat I adore! Last game in Texas Stadium? Loss. First regular season game in Cowboys Stadium? Loss. Wonderful.

But how long do you think it'll be before Danny Boy of my Washington Redskins gets stadium envy and levels RFK to build a stadium that holds 150,000 people?
 
2009-09-21 06:53:48 AM  

Stahi: No punts came close to the screen, surprisingly.


One team had a 40+ year old punter, and other teams punter knows that if he hits the damn thing, he will be out of a job.
 
2009-09-21 07:01:31 AM  

Demetrius: The Cowboys handed the Giants a gift in that game. The Cowboys were terrible and I wouldn't be running home with too much confidence if I were a Giants fan either.

The stadium, however, was incredible.


We're Giants fans, we are the worst critics of our own team. But with that being said I am so happy we pooped in your sunday. And your bitter words are delicious.

NEWSFLASH: teams lose games because they make mistakes so you can justify it all you want but you still lost.

/America's team my ass, the fans and the players are all arrogant whiners.
//1.15 billion bought you a shiny new stadium but it can't buy you a win.
 
2009-09-21 07:03:05 AM  

overfienduglar: Stahi: No punts came close to the screen, surprisingly.

One team had a 40+ year old punter, and other teams punter knows that if he hits the damn thing, he will be out of a job.


Just because Feagles was in the original Tecmo Super Bowl for the NES doesn't mean he can't kick that high, he just doesn't want to break a hip doing it.

/Best directional punter in the league. The day he retires I may cry.
 
2009-09-21 07:30:30 AM  
Former President George W. Bush(mmmmOK),
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell(mmmmmOK)
and LeBron James(NO WAI!!!!!!) were among a packed house of 105,121...
 
2009-09-21 07:34:12 AM  
It must have been very cold in there because Romo played like it was December
 
2009-09-21 07:39:48 AM  

s1ugg0: Demetrius: The Cowboys handed the Giants a gift in that game. The Cowboys were terrible and I wouldn't be running home with too much confidence if I were a Giants fan either.

The stadium, however, was incredible.

We're Giants fans, we are the worst critics of our own team. But with that being said I am so happy we pooped in your sunday. And your bitter words are delicious.

NEWSFLASH: teams lose games because they make mistakes so you can justify it all you want but you still lost.

/America's team my ass, the fans and the players are all arrogant whiners.
//1.15 billion bought you a shiny new stadium but it can't buy you a win.


Bitter words? You wish, champ. Justify? Hardly. Perhaps you want to work on your comprehension skills. I said that the Cowboys were terrible. Their defense - specifically their secondary - sucked. They coughed up the ball. They couldn't make a tackle. They did not deserve to win that game.

That being said, for a team that did not turn the ball over and had very few penalties, I would think that the Giants would have beat the Cowboys by a lot more than they did, and they really should have. It shouldn't have been close.

The Giants won the game. The Cowboys lost. No excuses for them sucking. For the Giants it wasn't the dominating team that I expected from them this year. Manning threw the ball well except when the Cowboys actually managed to put pressure on him, then he wasn't so sharp, but his line gave him some great protection. The Giants defensive line gave up a bunch of big running plays. Be as happy about that as you want to be, but I personally think that the Giants have a lot of work to do. I also think that the Cowboys have more work to do.
 
2009-09-21 07:40:42 AM  

Abstruse: Demetrius: The stadium, however, was incredible.

How many punts bounced off the screen?


None. Nothing close. You really have to be trying to hit it, I think. And if you do, the down gets replayed.
 
2009-09-21 07:58:50 AM  
We were jinxed. We had the failure president there so his failure rubbed off the Cowboys.

Dallas' offense still looked good despite Romo being off. The secondary still sucks but at least Terrance Newman actually covered people this week.

Good game, New York, you earned it.
 
2009-09-21 08:01:37 AM  

Master Metroplex: The secondary still sucks but at least Terrance Newman actually covered people this week.


Sure Newman covered people, he just let them catch every ball thrown at them and couldn't tackle them after that to save his life. He even went on TV after the game to own up to how much sucking he did. At least he owned up to it, so he's got that goin' for him, which is nice.
 
2009-09-21 08:06:26 AM  
The Giants need to get healthy quickly. The Cowboys running game sliced through the defense once Justin Tuck went out. Luckily, their next three games are against Tampa, Kansas City and Oakland.
 
2009-09-21 08:11:05 AM  

Demetrius: The stadium, however, was incredible.


No stadium with a roof can be incredible.

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2009-09-21 08:12:40 AM  
ARRRRRRRGH.

All I needed was an average, decent game from Romo to win in my espn league this week. But nooooooooooooo.
 
2009-09-21 08:15:27 AM  

Stahi: No punts came close to the screen, surprisingly.

However, here's a stat I adore! Last game in Texas Stadium? Loss. First regular season game in Cowboys Stadium? Loss. Wonderful.

But how long do you think it'll be before Danny Boy of my Washington Redskins gets stadium envy and levels RFK to build a stadium that holds 150,000 people?


If it's back at the RFK site, I might forgive him that. But only if he does Jack Kent Cook style, however, which means he opens up his own damn checkbook and pays for it without sucking on the public teat.

I'm Also VERY disappointed that Danny did not bid on the End zone fromt he old Texas Stadium that Jerry put up on Ebay (literally he was selling the gaolpost, the sod, and everything). it would have made a MARVELOUS dog-walking facility at Fed-ex Field
 
2009-09-21 08:15:33 AM  
Thanks for the laugh subby, I needed it.
 
2009-09-21 08:19:42 AM  

Demetrius: Abstruse: Demetrius: The stadium, however, was incredible.

How many punts bounced off the screen?

None. Nothing close. You really have to be trying to hit it, I think. And if you do, the down gets replayed.


uh-oh. Maybe it's just me, but If I were an NFL Punter and I knew the worst that would happen to my team was a do-over, I'd be TRYING to nail that thing every punt, just to see Jerry have to write the check for a new diamond vision screen each time
 
2009-09-21 08:19:46 AM  

Gulper Eel: Demetrius: The stadium, however, was incredible.

No stadium with a roof can be incredible.


Agreed.
 
2009-09-21 08:22:47 AM  

s1ugg0: Gulper Eel: Demetrius: The stadium, however, was incredible.

No stadium with a roof can be incredible.

Agreed.


/nod
 
2009-09-21 08:28:46 AM  

Gulper Eel: Demetrius: The stadium, however, was incredible.

No stadium with a roof can be incredible.


I have to agree with that.
 
2009-09-21 08:31:23 AM  
Dear Tony,

Please start dating another bimbo.
We need something to distract us from your bad games.

Thanks

A Cowboy fan
 
2009-09-21 08:33:23 AM  
WTF there are more pictures of LeBron than there are of actual football players in that article.
 
2009-09-21 08:35:26 AM  
oh that win was so sweet. GO GIANTS
radprofile.com
 
2009-09-21 08:44:14 AM  

Demetrius: That being said, for a team that did not turn the ball over and had very few penalties, I would think that the Giants would have beat the Cowboys by a lot more than they did, and they really should have. It shouldn't have been close.


Evidently the new stadium also has the finest moving goalposts Jerry Jones' money could buy.
 
2009-09-21 08:47:29 AM  
I love how Cowboy fans are whining so much in yesterday's NFL thread and other places. Their main criticism seems to be that the Giants should have won by a larger margin and that because we didn't (cue the pedantic fool who says "were YOU on the field last night?") we should be concerned. They fail to realize that they couldn't get a win in that circumstance despite rushing for 250 yards and despite stopping the Giants rushing. Instead Eli Manning silenced the crowd throwing to guys nobody heard of and the noise of 105,000* people resulted in exactlty zero false starts or delay of game penalties.

* The asterisk is there because the only people stupider than the league for saying that people in the parking lot count as attending a football game are the Cowboy fans who paid $29 to stand in a parking lot.
 
2009-09-21 08:55:41 AM  

Gulper Eel: No stadium with a roof can be incredible.


That's what football should look like.

Here's what I don't understand: why is it everyone who builds stadiums where the weather is nice puts a roof on it, and everyone who builds a stadium where it pisses down rain and snow leaves it open to the elements?
 
2009-09-21 09:07:01 AM  

t3knomanser: That's what football should look like.


Either that or it should look like Cap Boso with a helmet full of turf and mud, but I couldn't find that pic.
 
2009-09-21 09:08:35 AM  
stadiums with roofs are for pussies. if you like a stadium with a roof your un-american and a terrorist.
 
2009-09-21 09:09:09 AM  
www.oddjack.com
 
2009-09-21 09:14:21 AM  

Demetrius: I was at the game, and I have to say that the Cowboys defensive secondary was pathetic. Had Manning thrown the ball more, the Giants could have put up a lot more points. Combine that with all the mistakes the Cowboys made and I'm shocked the game was even that close.

The Cowboys handed the Giants a gift in that game. The Cowboys were terrible and I wouldn't be running home with too much confidence if I were a Giants fan either.

The stadium, however, was incredible.


Is that the view from your seat? So sorry you had to watch replays on the small screen. That one only looks five stories tall.
 
2009-09-21 09:16:42 AM  

t3knomanser:

Here's what I don't understand: why is it everyone who builds stadiums where the weather is nice puts a roof on it, and everyone who builds a stadium where it pisses down rain and snow leaves it open to the elements?


Because the guys with the snow get to practice in the snow, and when the guys with the roofs come to town, they get to laugh at them while they don their snowsuits for the game.
 
2009-09-21 09:17:51 AM  
At the risk of sounding like a total homo....

Cage dancers in a football stadium? Seriously?

a323.yahoofs.com

Link (new window)

I like football, and I like (lady) cage dancers. But in the same building? It feels like some badly conceived movie set xtreme nightclub type thing in the early 90s.

I guess you have to give all of the drunk mouthbreathers that paid to hang out in the concession stands area something to look at, especially when the actual product on the field is performing so poorly.

/Eagles fan - wanted the Giants to win last night.
 
2009-09-21 09:24:33 AM  
The real winners in this game were the Arlington Police. They sat outside the stadium and nailed over 40 people for Public intoxication as they walked out of the stadium @ $304 a pop.
 
2009-09-21 09:27:25 AM  

NYCNative: cue the pedantic fool who says "were YOU on the field last night?"


Are you on the team?

That asked, I always root for the visiting team. Nothing like sucking the air out of a bunch of fans.
 
2009-09-21 09:33:18 AM  
Flozell cost us the game once again
 
2009-09-21 09:34:44 AM  

cksewell: The real winners in this game were the Arlington Police. They sat outside the stadium and nailed over 40 people for Public intoxication as they walked out of the stadium @ $304 a pop.


Only 40, hell I am sure they could have gotten at least 10,000 from fans drowning their sorrows in alcohol because Romo can't complete a pass to save his life. Although, considering all things, I am surprised the game was really that close. Also, Eli Manning is a hell of a QB in the last 2 minutes, seriously.

I am a Cowboy's fan but I would not be sad if they lost every home game in that stadium until Jerry Jones died. Talk about a nice abuse of eminent domain there.
 
2009-09-21 09:39:10 AM  

there their theyre: cksewell: The real winners in this game were the Arlington Police. They sat outside the stadium and nailed over 40 people for Public intoxication as they walked out of the stadium @ $304 a pop.

Only 40, hell I am sure they could have gotten at least 10,000 from fans drowning their sorrows in alcohol because Romo can't complete a pass to save his life. Although, considering all things, I am surprised the game was really that close. Also, Eli Manning is a hell of a QB in the last 2 minutes, seriously.

I am a Cowboy's fan but I would not be sad if they lost every home game in that stadium until Jerry Jones died. Talk about a nice abuse of eminent domain there.


I said it before, and I'll say it again. Eli is an average QB most of the game, but apparently has some sort of "2 minute warning" switch.
 
2009-09-21 09:40:27 AM  

Gulper Eel: Demetrius: The stadium, however, was incredible.

No stadium with a roof can be incredible.


This. If the Lions had said "screw domes" and moved down the road to Tiger Stadium (before they leveled it, that is), they'd be on the road to a dynasty.

It's called mojo.
 
2009-09-21 09:45:29 AM  

there their theyre: cksewell: The real winners in this game were the Arlington Police. They sat outside the stadium and nailed over 40 people for Public intoxication as they walked out of the stadium @ $304 a pop.

Only 40, hell I am sure they could have gotten at least 10,000 from fans drowning their sorrows in alcohol because Romo can't complete a pass to save his life. Although, considering all things, I am surprised the game was really that close. Also, Eli Manning is a hell of a QB in the last 2 minutes, seriously.

I am a Cowboy's fan but I would not be sad if they lost every home game in that stadium until Jerry Jones died. Talk about a nice abuse of eminent domain there.


I live about a mile from the stadium and am sick of the hearing the news babble on about how it is the stadium in Dallas.
My favorite part of the game was seeing that smug smirk on Jerry Jones' face fading during the last few minutes.
 
2009-09-21 09:54:45 AM  

MBarry: I said it before, and I'll say it again. Eli is an average QB most of the game, but apparently has some sort of "2 minute warning" switch.


Looks like he had it on for about 50 minutes, though. That's two teams who've decided they're going to stack up and stuff the run to make Eli beat them in the air. That's two teams Eli's beaten in the air. I can't wait to see what Jacobs can do once they start to backpedal.
 
2009-09-21 09:55:11 AM  
It's so hard to choose what my favorite pick was last night - the heave that looked like a punt? The ricochet off of Witten's foot? The awesome pick-six?

Those were all fun but I think it has to be this:

img.photobucket.com
 
2009-09-21 09:57:13 AM  
Man with the time differnce here in Dresden the farking game didn't end until almost 6 in the morning. I'm tired as hell but it was worth staying up so I could watch my Giants kick some Cowboy arse. After talking smack all week my buddies back in Texas are pretty quite this morning. GO GIANTS!
 
2009-09-21 09:58:01 AM  

Demetrius: The Cowboys handed the Giants a gift in that game. The Cowboys were terrible and I wouldn't be running home with too much confidence if I were a Giants fan either.


I'll take an NFC East road win any way I can there fella.

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/hot like Eli to Manningham
 
2009-09-21 09:58:29 AM  

Demetrius: s1ugg0: Demetrius: The Cowboys handed the Giants a gift in that game. The Cowboys were terrible and I wouldn't be running home with too much confidence if I were a Giants fan either.

The stadium, however, was incredible.

We're Giants fans, we are the worst critics of our own team. But with that being said I am so happy we pooped in your sunday. And your bitter words are delicious.

NEWSFLASH: teams lose games because they make mistakes so you can justify it all you want but you still lost.

/America's team my ass, the fans and the players are all arrogant whiners.
//1.15 billion bought you a shiny new stadium but it can't buy you a win.

Bitter words? You wish, champ. Justify? Hardly. Perhaps you want to work on your comprehension skills. I said that the Cowboys were terrible. Their defense - specifically their secondary - sucked. They coughed up the ball. They couldn't make a tackle. They did not deserve to win that game.

That being said, for a team that did not turn the ball over and had very few penalties, I would think that the Giants would have beat the Cowboys by a lot more than they did, and they really should have. It shouldn't have been close.

The Giants won the game. The Cowboys lost. No excuses for them sucking. For the Giants it wasn't the dominating team that I expected from them this year. Manning threw the ball well except when the Cowboys actually managed to put pressure on him, then he wasn't so sharp, but his line gave him some great protection. The Giants defensive line gave up a bunch of big running plays. Be as happy about that as you want to be, but I personally think that the Giants have a lot of work to do. I also think that the Cowboys have more work to do.


I am a Giants fan, but more than that, I hate the Cowboys with a passion. Even so, I agree fully with your post... Barber absolutely tore us up, the only thing that stopped Marion Barber was God. Eli's got a pair of dependable receivers now (Smith and Manningham), he got some AWESOME protection, but we couldn't run for shiat last night.

I guarantee you, the RBs are going to be kicking themselves this morning over their shiatshow last night... although that's only after they sober up from the celebration of metaphorically crapping in Jerry Jones' mouth last night. :)

/begrudgingly admires Marion Barber, he's apparently a nice guy AND an absolute beast on the field
 
2009-09-21 09:59:44 AM  
I think there were a couple of other losses yesterday. Green Bay, New England and Pittsburgh all got beat yesterday. I wonder if some of their fans are posting in this thread.
 
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