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2012-11-05 12:16:59 PM  
The fact that Tony Romo had to scramble 4 times against a 3-man rush to throw a Hail Mary is pretty indicative of how bad the Dallas Cowboys offensive line is.

Anyway, he'll play. If I was him I'd tell Dallas to eat a dick and retire aka Barry Sanders before my body is a worn out husk... but I'm also not nearly as tough as Tony.
 
2012-11-05 02:59:01 PM  
While I don't want to see any player get hurt, I do like it when the cowboys suck.

/it's still harder to be a Raiders fan
 
2012-11-05 03:05:42 PM  
Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.
 
2012-11-05 03:18:25 PM  

timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.


Didn't he play on a punctured lung a couple of years back?

I like watching Romo play, and hold no ill-will toward him. It is humorous to watch his occasional staggering failure, but only because he's between above-average and very good, and the resulting angst from Cowboys fans is usually on national TV.

It's like watching Cutler in some ways, except I don't have to die with every interception, and that's a relief.
 
2012-11-05 04:03:26 PM  

timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.


Any man that has the nads to line up under center in the NFL cannot ever be considered a wuss.
 
2012-11-05 04:30:58 PM  

Jubeebee: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Didn't he play on a punctured lung a couple of years back?


Last season, broken ribs and a punctured lung.
 
2012-11-05 04:40:39 PM  

timujin: Jubeebee: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Didn't he play on a punctured lung a couple of years back?

Last season, broken ribs and a punctured lung.


And when he had his collarbone snapped a couple seasons ago, he was mic'd up. And he's laying there on the ground groaning in agony. When one of his linemen comes to check on him he asks, "Was it a first down?"

That's how much of a competitor the guy is.
 
2012-11-05 04:45:25 PM  

Treygreen13: timujin: Jubeebee: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Didn't he play on a punctured lung a couple of years back?

Last season, broken ribs and a punctured lung.

And when he had his collarbone snapped a couple seasons ago, he was mic'd up. And he's laying there on the ground groaning in agony. When one of his linemen comes to check on him he asks, "Was it a first down?"

That's how much of a competitor the guy is.


planetwill.jt.org

TO TONY ROMO!
 
2012-11-05 04:46:36 PM  

Treygreen13: The fact that Tony Romo had to scramble 4 times against a 3-man rush to throw a Hail Mary is pretty indicative of how bad the Dallas Cowboys offensive line is.

Anyway, he'll play. If I was him I'd tell Dallas to eat a dick and retire aka Barry Sanders before my body is a worn out husk... but I'm also not nearly as tough as Tony.


Why is seemingly every offensive line bad? Why aren't there more than 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?
 
2012-11-05 04:48:48 PM  

Orgasmatron138: Why is seemingly every offensive line bad? Why aren't there more than 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?


There are 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?

/agree that every goddamn team's whine about how awful their offensive line is
//I'm happy enough with ours and IIRC our tackles are No. 1 and No. 2 in the league for false starts, and Giacomini seems to get a personal foul every other game
 
2012-11-05 04:49:53 PM  
Romo is the Bizarro Tim Tebow. He can actually play but his team consistently underachieves and doesn't win despite him being such a competitor out there.

Maybe they should draft him a WR that doesn't need a babysitter and a couple o-lineman.
 
2012-11-05 04:50:25 PM  
failfest? It was a pretty good game by both teams. I'll tip my hat to the Cowboys defense for keeping the Atlanta score so low. I may hate the Cowboys, but I will acknowledge good play.

/Steelers fan
 
2012-11-05 04:51:31 PM  

Orgasmatron138: Why is seemingly every offensive line bad? Why aren't there more than 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?


I have wondered this as well. I mean, there's the Pats, and then who else has a good pass blocking O-line? Makes me think all offense lines like a 2000s-era Tour de France team where they all have to have their doping schedules set just right for their 330lb frames to compete in this league.
 
2012-11-05 04:52:30 PM  

Orgasmatron138: Treygreen13: The fact that Tony Romo had to scramble 4 times against a 3-man rush to throw a Hail Mary is pretty indicative of how bad the Dallas Cowboys offensive line is.

Anyway, he'll play. If I was him I'd tell Dallas to eat a dick and retire aka Barry Sanders before my body is a worn out husk... but I'm also not nearly as tough as Tony.

Why is seemingly every offensive line bad? Why aren't there more than 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?


Probably a function of teams throwing so much more now. More throws, more QB pressures, holds, sacks = "my team's line sucks".

/except the Steelers, their line really does suck, what's left of it anyway
//though they getting better at run blocking
 
2012-11-05 04:54:40 PM  
Actually, I thought that last night's game was one of the least-fail games played by the Cowboys. Both defenses just played pretty well, resulting in a low-scoring game.

js34603: Romo is the Bizarro Tim Tebow. He can actually play but his team consistently underachieves and doesn't win despite him being such a competitor out there.


Haha, well put.
 
2012-11-05 04:56:55 PM  

poughdrew: I have wondered this as well. I mean, there's the Pats, and then who else has a good pass blocking O-line?


For the most part, the Giants' O-line is a hell of a unit.
 
2012-11-05 04:57:34 PM  

js34603: Romo is the Bizarro Tim Tebow. He can actually play but his team consistently underachieves and doesn't win despite him being such a competitor out there.


Damn....that'd dead-on. Bravo.
 
2012-11-05 04:57:59 PM  

poughdrew: Orgasmatron138: Why is seemingly every offensive line bad? Why aren't there more than 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?

I have wondered this as well. I mean, there's the Pats, and then who else has a good pass blocking O-line? Makes me think all offense lines like a 2000s-era Tour de France team where they all have to have their doping schedules set just right for their 330lb frames to compete in this league.


The Texans? Idk the stats (I'm sure there's a certain Seattle fan dying to look them up) but they seem to have a pretty decent o-line, combined with a good running game and an offense that doesn't rely on 7 step drops. Throwing quick makes your line look a lot better and running the ball consistently does, too.

Other than that...I can't think of another team who's known for their pass protection. Denver maybe? The Niners? Those are ones I can think of off the top of my head. The Saints have been pretty good the last few years but they've dropped off without Nicks.
 
2012-11-05 04:58:52 PM  

IAmRight: poughdrew: I have wondered this as well. I mean, there's the Pats, and then who else has a good pass blocking O-line?

For the most part, the Giants' O-line is a hell of a unit.


Ugh...still dying over yesterday's game. Not the O-line, but the wideouts getting a case of the butterfingers instead of the stick 'ems.
 
2012-11-05 05:00:24 PM  

IAmRight: poughdrew: I have wondered this as well. I mean, there's the Pats, and then who else has a good pass blocking O-line?

For the most part, the Giants' O-line is a hell of a unit.


Yeah I forgot them. Probably best line in the league. Pretty sure they said during game yesterday they had given up least sacks in the league this year.
 
2012-11-05 05:02:22 PM  

js34603: Other than that...I can't think of another team who's known for their pass protection. Denver maybe? The Niners? Those are ones I can think of off the top of my head. The Saints have been pretty good the last few years but they've dropped off without Nicks.


I think that we'll find that most offensive lines are probably middling, rather than "they suck" or "they rock". How would we know, for example, if the Jets' offensive line is any good, if they're protecting Mark Sanchez while he tries to throw to...whoever the Jets have?

BTW, here's something that might give kind of an idea.

/hey, even though I was just making it up, I'm right to pick the Giants
 
2012-11-05 05:02:36 PM  

Orgasmatron138: Treygreen13: The fact that Tony Romo had to scramble 4 times against a 3-man rush to throw a Hail Mary is pretty indicative of how bad the Dallas Cowboys offensive line is.

Anyway, he'll play. If I was him I'd tell Dallas to eat a dick and retire aka Barry Sanders before my body is a worn out husk... but I'm also not nearly as tough as Tony.

Why is seemingly every offensive line bad? Why aren't there more than 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?


The Dallas Cowboys offensive line is an enigma in that it is populated largely by cast-offs of other teams and backups. They have one guy on the line worth anything (Tyron Smith) and he's the starting Left Tackle and probably the reason Tony Romo isn't dead. Everyone else is a rotating cast of injured players and career backups pressed into service. This year at training camp they were signing guys off the street to come line up so they could run plays. Doug Free might be the worst o-lineman I've ever seen and he's been one of the guys here consistently.

And shockingly, considering how often they let pressure through, Tony Romo rarely takes a sack unless the circumstances are wholly out of his control. He's like Spiderman when it comes to sensing pressure and getting away, but that of course also means he spends a lot of time running and throwing... something he actually does well but isn't the most consistent method of passing the ball. Last night when Tony took a sack by just falling on his face when the entire line collapsed at once, they gave up this shocking stat... it was only his 2nd sack of the year from a blitz. That means the Cowboys have given up 18 sacks from teams rushing 5 or less and 2 from blitzing. Standard pressure is getting through.
 
2012-11-05 05:03:08 PM  

js34603: Yeah I forgot them. Probably best line in the league. Pretty sure they said during game yesterday they had given up least sacks in the league this year.


Most games I don't really see Eli get hit at all.

/it's very disappointing
 
2012-11-05 05:04:06 PM  
Huh. Dallas is rated as the third-best O-Line in the league at pass protecting.

/probably since they have to do it 80 times/game
 
2012-11-05 05:07:44 PM  

IAmRight: Huh. Dallas is rated as the third-best O-Line in the league at pass protecting.

/probably since they have to do it 80 times/game


Tony just doesn't take many sacks. It's not that they're not getting through.

Also, my previous post has the sack total wrong. They've given up 13 sacks and 11 are with no extra rushers.
 
2012-11-05 05:08:32 PM  
It's a results driven business. Like Tony and his competitiveness. But you have to win. You have to win in December. And you have to win the big show. Dallas is never going to win the big one with Tony at the helm. Until they get a solid O line and a running back that doesn't miss 50% of each season (Murray, Jones), then they are going nowhere. All the fancy #88's in the world won't change that.
 
2012-11-05 05:13:16 PM  
Giants O-line is among the best.

Niner's O-line is pretty solid, but because they run in 921384710234 times a game, it's harder to gauge the pass blocking abilities; defense might not be expecting the pass when it comes. :P

Pats O-line seems to protect Brady well enough, but I'm not sure how much of that is the hurry up offense they play.
 
2012-11-05 05:13:25 PM  

Lt. Cheese Weasel: It's a results driven business. Like Tony and his competitiveness. But you have to win. You have to win in December. And you have to win the big show. Dallas is never going to win the big one with Tony at the helm. Until they get a solid O line and a running back that doesn't miss 50% of each season (Murray, Jones), then they are going nowhere. All the fancy #88's in the world won't change that.


I think they can win with the team they have if they go no huddle offense the whole time they have the ball. In the few games that they used it for a few drives they have been very successful. But that means that the playbook is limited and Garrett doesn't get to call all the plays so it'll never happen.
 
2012-11-05 05:15:22 PM  

ddam: Lt. Cheese Weasel: It's a results driven business. Like Tony and his competitiveness. But you have to win. You have to win in December. And you have to win the big show. Dallas is never going to win the big one with Tony at the helm. Until they get a solid O line and a running back that doesn't miss 50% of each season (Murray, Jones), then they are going nowhere. All the fancy #88's in the world won't change that.

I think they can win with the team they have if they go no huddle offense the whole time they have the ball. In the few games that they used it for a few drives they have been very successful. But that means that the playbook is limited and Garrett doesn't get to call all the plays so it'll never happen.


They seem to have success in the short passing game, because it (A) takes the pressure off the offensive line to do anything but slow down the rush and (B) Witten is a matchup nightmare in that scenario.
 
2012-11-05 05:15:26 PM  

basemetal: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Any man that has the nads to line up under center in the NFL cannot ever be considered a wuss.


heh. no shiat. agree fully. especially these days whena 340 d lineman can run a 4.6. Not that it would have been a lot rosier with ditka, nitschke, etc.....

Jay Cutler's a type I diabetic, for cryin' out loud...

and, you are right. Raiders fan since 1970. Keeps getting harder and harder.
 
2012-11-05 05:20:15 PM  

Treygreen13: ddam: Lt. Cheese Weasel: It's a results driven business. Like Tony and his competitiveness. But you have to win. You have to win in December. And you have to win the big show. Dallas is never going to win the big one with Tony at the helm. Until they get a solid O line and a running back that doesn't miss 50% of each season (Murray, Jones), then they are going nowhere. All the fancy #88's in the world won't change that.

I think they can win with the team they have if they go no huddle offense the whole time they have the ball. In the few games that they used it for a few drives they have been very successful. But that means that the playbook is limited and Garrett doesn't get to call all the plays so it'll never happen.

They seem to have success in the short passing game, because it (A) takes the pressure off the offensive line to do anything but slow down the rush and (B) Witten is a matchup nightmare in that scenario.


Exactly. And if teams decide to double team Witten, Austin and Bryant will make plays. Sure, Bryant will drop or run the wrong route one or two times but hopefully not all of those will end in picks.

But the Cowboys are really unlucky when it comes to injuries and have been for about a decade now. Every team loses players but Cowboys have now lost the heart of the team on both offense and defense and they haven't had a consistent o-line in about the same time period.
 
2012-11-05 05:21:34 PM  

js34603: Orgasmatron138: Treygreen13: The fact that Tony Romo had to scramble 4 times against a 3-man rush to throw a Hail Mary is pretty indicative of how bad the Dallas Cowboys offensive line is.

Anyway, he'll play. If I was him I'd tell Dallas to eat a dick and retire aka Barry Sanders before my body is a worn out husk... but I'm also not nearly as tough as Tony.

Why is seemingly every offensive line bad? Why aren't there more than 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?

Probably a function of teams throwing so much more now. More throws, more QB pressures, holds, sacks = "my team's line sucks".

/except the Steelers, their line really does suck, what's left of it anyway
//though they getting better at run blocking


There is probably a development factor in there too. A good tackle has to be able to stop Elvis Dumervil and Julius Peppers equally well. Which basically means you need to find a 300+lb guy with 40" arms who can play low and is quick on his feet. There aren't a whole lot of people like that.

Whereas on the defensive side, you can make a career out of one move a la Robert Mathis.

If the rules weren't tilted in favor of O-linemen, it would look a lot worse than it currently does just because the metric for quality on the defensive side is so much lower.
 
2012-11-05 05:22:15 PM  

ddam: Every team loses players but Cowboys have now lost the heart of the team on both offense and defense and they haven't had a consistent o-line in about the same time period.


I don't think Tony is going to miss any time. He said he was ok last night in spite of the injury.

You're right about the defense, though. Sean Lee will be missed. He certainly wouldn't have missed crucial tackles last night.
 
2012-11-05 05:26:20 PM  

Treygreen13: ddam: Every team loses players but Cowboys have now lost the heart of the team on both offense and defense and they haven't had a consistent o-line in about the same time period.

I don't think Tony is going to miss any time. He said he was ok last night in spite of the injury.

You're right about the defense, though. Sean Lee will be missed. He certainly wouldn't have missed crucial tackles last night.


Even on offense not having a tough runner like Murray hurts. With Jones you know he's looking to break a long run or go down as soon as he's touched.

And Atlanta got away with offensive PI on that final drive where Clairborne should have intercepted that pass (it was right after the holding on Dallas defense).
 
2012-11-05 05:30:19 PM  

ddam: Even on offense not having a tough runner like Murray hurts. With Jones you know he's looking to break a long run or go down as soon as he's touched.


Sounds like somebody else I remember from Cowboys history.

www.sportsblink.com

Julius "1st contact" Jones 

Anyway, if those offensive line numbers linked earlier are to be believed, the Cowboys should really only run behind Tyron Smith. He's the only guy on the line that's even in the top half of the league in run blocking.

Or more appropriately, just move the whole running game into swing passes. The Andy Reid method.
 
2012-11-05 05:31:05 PM  

postmediaprovince.files.wordpress.com
Gunslinger!

 
2012-11-05 05:34:34 PM  
Cowboys really need to be on prime time more.
 
2012-11-05 05:48:40 PM  

litespeed74: Cowboys really need to be on prime time more.


or get prime time out of retirement. would make for a more entertaining season.
 
2012-11-05 05:57:01 PM  

ddam: Treygreen13: ddam: Every team loses players but Cowboys have now lost the heart of the team on both offense and defense and they haven't had a consistent o-line in about the same time period.

I don't think Tony is going to miss any time. He said he was ok last night in spite of the injury.

You're right about the defense, though. Sean Lee will be missed. He certainly wouldn't have missed crucial tackles last night.

Even on offense not having a tough runner like Murray hurts. With Jones you know he's looking to break a long run or go down as soon as he's touched.

And Atlanta got away with offensive PI on that final drive where Clairborne should have intercepted that pass (it was right after the holding on Dallas defense).


It was to make up for the 2 uncalled Defensive PI's on Dallas on the final drive. (Man, they got away with murder on Roddy White)
 
2012-11-05 06:03:20 PM  
He's like a kid out there!
 
2012-11-05 06:23:56 PM  

Jubeebee: If the rules weren't tilted in favor of O-linemen, it would look a lot worse than it currently does just because the metric for quality on the defensive side is so much lower.


That's why the Pro-Bowl is always basically flag football, the rules have to nullify the defense. There's no way an O-line that hasn't worked together can stop pro defenders, playing defense is much much easier.
 
2012-11-05 06:50:16 PM  

basemetal: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Any man that has the nads to line up under center in the NFL cannot ever be considered a wuss.


OH?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL65E3954AD2E4EC4B&v=q6WzajR2CUM&fe a ture=player_detailpage#t=20s
 
2012-11-05 07:03:07 PM  

xaks: basemetal: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Any man that has the nads to line up under center in the NFL cannot ever be considered a wuss.

OH?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL65E3954AD2E4EC4B&v=q6WzajR2CUM&fe a ture=player_detailpage#t=20s


Perhaps he meant to say anyone in the NFL who had the nads to line up AT center cannot ever be considered a wuss?
 
2012-11-05 07:21:30 PM  

xaks: basemetal: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Any man that has the nads to line up under center in the NFL cannot ever be considered a wuss.

OH?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL65E3954AD2E4EC4B&v=q6WzajR2CUM&fe a ture=player_detailpage#t=20s


I still stand by my statement.

/don't call em out unless you've been there
 
2012-11-05 07:39:55 PM  

basemetal: xaks: basemetal: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Any man that has the nads to line up under center in the NFL cannot ever be considered a wuss.

OH?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL65E3954AD2E4EC4B&v=q6WzajR2CUM&fe a ture=player_detailpage#t=20s

I still stand by my statement.

/don't call em out unless you've been there


I've never lined up as an NFL player, no.

But I played up through college (blew kneees both out) and watched plenty of tape...yes, Sanchez IS a wuss. And a coward to boot.
 
2012-11-05 07:55:01 PM  

Orgasmatron138: Treygreen13: The fact that Tony Romo had to scramble 4 times against a 3-man rush to throw a Hail Mary is pretty indicative of how bad the Dallas Cowboys offensive line is.

Anyway, he'll play. If I was him I'd tell Dallas to eat a dick and retire aka Barry Sanders before my body is a worn out husk... but I'm also not nearly as tough as Tony.

Why is seemingly every offensive line bad? Why aren't there more than 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?


Who would want to try and block this?

i1274.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-05 07:59:25 PM  

IAmRight: Orgasmatron138: Why is seemingly every offensive line bad? Why aren't there more than 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?

There are 3-4 teams with good offensive lines?

/agree that every goddamn team's whine about how awful their offensive line is
//I'm happy enough with ours and IIRC our tackles are No. 1 and No. 2 in the league for false starts, and Giacomini seems to get a personal foul every other game


Meh.. Romo isn't this bad. Neither is Rivers. They have years of numbers to show it. What is the common factor? Big time losses on the o-line over the past few years. There is more to it, but line quality is a significant factor.
 
2012-11-05 08:13:27 PM  
Can't believe there aren't more kudos for the headline. Actually made me LOL. Thx, Subby.

/Skins fan
 
2012-11-05 11:42:05 PM  

xaks: basemetal: xaks: basemetal: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Any man that has the nads to line up under center in the NFL cannot ever be considered a wuss.

OH?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL65E3954AD2E4EC4B&v=q6WzajR2CUM&fe a ture=player_detailpage#t=20s

I still stand by my statement.

/don't call em out unless you've been there

I've never lined up as an NFL player, no.

But I played up through college (blew kneees both out) and watched plenty of tape...yes, Sanchez IS a wuss. And a coward to boot.


I remember when Rome called Jim Everett, Chrissy. I suspect the same thing would happen if you called Sanchez a wuss to his face.
 
2012-11-06 06:24:31 AM  

basemetal: xaks: basemetal: xaks: basemetal: timujin: Say what you will about Romo's ability as a quarterback, but you can't say he's a wuss, the man has proven that he'll play even when his body is wrecked.

Any man that has the nads to line up under center in the NFL cannot ever be considered a wuss.

OH?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL65E3954AD2E4EC4B&v=q6WzajR2CUM&fe a ture=player_detailpage#t=20s

I still stand by my statement.

/don't call em out unless you've been there

I've never lined up as an NFL player, no.

But I played up through college (blew kneees both out) and watched plenty of tape...yes, Sanchez IS a wuss. And a coward to boot.

I remember when Rome called Jim Everett, Chrissy. I suspect the same thing would happen if you called Sanchez a wuss to his face.


AND?

I'm a computer guy,


He's a multi-gazillionaire with a small army pf private trainers and gets paid uber-money to essentially be a professional gym rat.

I'd school him the same way if you asked him to compete with me at my line of work.

Your point is less than meaningless, and I'd bet dollars to pesos I'd STILL stand his candy ass up. Or at least make him work for kicking my ass, either way.
 
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