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(ESPN)   Jerry Jones says change is coming for the Cowboys. But not in head coach, defensive coordinator or quarterback. Also unwilling to take risks. Sounds like they should fire the GM   (espn.go.com) divider line 12
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2013-01-02 02:59:16 PM
3 votes:
1) Draft an O-Line & quit trying to show off & make headlines with your draft choices.
2) Hire an offensive coordinator.
3) Fire the GM.

I know people are pissed at Romo right now. I'm not going to try to defend that last interception. They scored off of that & it was the dagger that ultimately cost us the game. But he is far down on the list of things that are wrong with this franchise.

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: New Uniforms!!!


YEAH! Seriously, their white jersey unis need a major makeover. Any Cowboys personnel reading this, EIP. I will consult for game tickets.
2013-01-02 03:20:48 PM
2 votes:
Some interesting statistical breakdowns of the Dallas Cowboys:

In rushing offense, the Cowboys rank 31st, at 1,265 yards.
In rushing yards per attempt, the Cowboys rank 30th, at 3.6 yards per attempt.
The Cowboys are the 3rd most penalized team in the NFL.
The Cowboys defense was 24th, allowing 25 points per game.
In the last 6 weeks of the season, the Cowboys defense gave up 28.3 points per game.
In terms of defense per pass attempt, the Cowboys defense came in 27th.
In terms of defense per rush attempt, the Cowboys defense came in 27th.
In kickoff returns, the Dallas Cowboys were 29th.
In punting, the Dallas Cowboys average 40 net yards, putting them at 23rd.
The Cowboys intercepted 7 passes this year, tying them for 32nd.
The Cowboys recovered 9 fumbles this year, tying them for 20th.
The Cowboys were -13 in turnover differential, making them the 3rd worst in the NFL.
In total offense, the Cowboys rank 6th, just shy of 6,000 yards of offense.
The Dallas Cowboys finished 8-8.

Anyone attempting to point a finger at a single person should note that the entire team blows donkey ass.
2013-01-02 02:58:54 PM
2 votes:
My Cowboys are going to continue along this same way until we get the remedy the Raiders did.
2013-01-02 05:14:59 PM
1 votes:

Treygreen13: In an alternate universe where Phillip Rivers is the QB of the Dallas Cowboys, do they go to the playoffs? Do they win 6 games? Do they win 3? You don't even like the guy, but can you honestly say that the Cowboys aren't a better team with him than any other "available" QB out there?


I'm pretty sure that as someone who lives in the DFW area, I'm more anti-Jerry than anti-Tony.

Still, it's frustratring watching teams have so much success this year with rookie QB's and completely turning things around so quickly, all the while knowing that Jerry will be keeping this team stuck in .500 mediocrity for years to come.
2013-01-02 05:13:15 PM
1 votes:

Slow To Return: Treygreen13: No other QB in the league would get that sort of nonsense.

Danny White?


Don't even get me started on Danny White. Guy went to 2 NFC Championship games and had 6 playoff wins and people talk about him like he's Jamarcus Russel here in Dallas.
2013-01-02 03:55:12 PM
1 votes:

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Romo apologia to the max. The final killer interception was perhaps the shiattiest non-Sanchez INT this year. The throw itself was awful, and was a high arc that seemed to hover in the air for about ten seconds, giving the Redskins LB (who was slow as shiat) to get to the ball. Yeah, the OLine didn't pick up the blitz correctly, but holy shiat, Romo's pass ended the game. A 2nd and 20, and they still had an outside shot. Call it for what it was: a shiatty throw by an overrated but shiatty QB.


So you think that the Romo's intercepted dump-off to his RB when nobody blocked a guy is the worst non-Sanchez pass this year?
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Please. Tony makes mistakes and should have taken a sack there. But everybody loves to point out his failures and simply refuses to admit that he's a good player on a bad team.
2013-01-02 03:51:45 PM
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Treygreen13: Insatiable Jesus: All three of Romo's INTs in this past game were as pointless as INTs get.

Wrong. Go look at Mark Sanchez. Throwing off his back foot into double or triple coverage just because he doesn't know what to do. That's a pointless INT.

Having your dump-off pass jumped isn't even close to the same thing. His choices are to take the sack and go to 2nd and 20, or try his outlet. You can argue that he should just eat a sack, and you're probably right. But you weren't there, you don't know what he saw. Sometimes defensive players just make a good play.

And sometimes Kevin Ogletree runs the wrong route and you get to walk back to the sideline while the rest of the NFL talks about how much you "choke in big games".


Romo apologia to the max. The final killer interception was perhaps the shiattiest non-Sanchez INT this year. The throw itself was awful, and was a high arc that seemed to hover in the air for about ten seconds, giving the Redskins LB (who was slow as shiat) to get to the ball. Yeah, the OLine didn't pick up the blitz correctly, but holy shiat, Romo's pass ended the game. A 2nd and 20, and they still had an outside shot. Call it for what it was: a shiatty throw by an overrated but shiatty QB.
2013-01-02 03:40:53 PM
1 votes:

Insatiable Jesus: All three of Romo's INTs in this past game were as pointless as INTs get.


Wrong. Go look at Mark Sanchez. Throwing off his back foot into double or triple coverage just because he doesn't know what to do. That's a pointless INT.

Having your dump-off pass jumped isn't even close to the same thing. His choices are to take the sack and go to 2nd and 20, or try his outlet. You can argue that he should just eat a sack, and you're probably right. But you weren't there, you don't know what he saw. Sometimes defensive players just make a good play.

And sometimes Kevin Ogletree runs the wrong route and you get to walk back to the sideline while the rest of the NFL talks about how much you "choke in big games".
2013-01-02 03:35:07 PM
1 votes:
Thanks for that Jerry. I'm very happy to know that the Cowboys will continue to suck well into the forseeable future.

Geaux Saints!

/Goodell can suckit too!
2013-01-02 03:34:48 PM
1 votes:

eddievercetti: Yeah, he's like NUMBER 4 on that list.


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2013-01-02 03:13:37 PM
1 votes:
Usually, I would implore fans to stop buying tickets, merchandise, and directly supporting a team when the owner is cheap prat who has made no discernible investment (be it both financially AND emotionally) into the organization beyond moves made to enhance his or her own bottom line. This might be the first time a rather lavish spending owner who does want to win at least as much as make money deserves the same treatment.

The Cowboys need Jerry Jones to back the f*ck off and hire a GM. Fans of the team need to start speaking with their wallet.
2013-01-02 03:11:00 PM
1 votes:
In cutting off a question from one of the hosts during his segment on KRLD-FM on Wednesday morning, Jones said, "I can assure our fans this, that it's going to be very uncomfortable from my standpoint, it's going to be very uncomfortable for the next few weeks and months at Valley Ranch."

Later, he added, "Like the back of a Volkswagen".
 
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