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Heard a Cowboy fan on Sirius this morning

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by RFIP, Apr 30, 2014.

  1. flv 

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    The Cowboys beat the Rams because they were a much better team at that point in the season. The Rams 5 WRs & 4 RBs had a combined total of 6 years NFL experience. The Cowboys had a decent defense that was healthy and had several speed-rushers, (something the Rams had no answer to). As the Rams skill players matured through the season they understandably improved. The Cowboys defense was later decimated by injuries. By the end of the year the Cowboys were down to their 19th choice D-lineman. If we'd played the Cowboys late in the year we'd likely have won comfortably. If we'd played the Bears early in the year they might well have beaten us.
     
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    Kind of like the old thing about how you know a woman is going to say something brilliant. It starts with, "My husband once told me...." :D
     
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    Yeah. I feel for you man. That was the one game last season I can honestly say I was simple pissed off at every aspect of our game. I can't imagine sitting through that BS live in Dallas. Reminds me of the 28-0 opening day loss up in Seattle. At least in that game we did a few things right. But live - it was brutal.
     
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    OK. As much as there is a lot of slamming going on here, this thread is hilarious. Good to see everyone taking and giving a good ribbing.
     
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  5. The Rammer ESPN Draft Guru

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    I'd hate to go that game worse than a Cowturd game and lose like that. The Dallas fans actually weren't that bad aside from my 8-9 Cowboy friends i went with lol
     
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    ok taking my chances on this one... 10251971_692895440780918_6855879040952345793_n.jpg
     
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  7. Angry Ram aka Captain RAmerica aka the OG Rammer

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    Brett Favre has done that countless times and he's basically a HoFer and praised b/c of that. (I'm talking about on field play, his off field drama aside).

    Tony Romo is unfairly bashed while someone like Colin Kaeperwhatever is praised b/c of the team he's playing on.
     
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  8. iced Well-Known Member

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    Favre also has a ring and when you think of someone getting "favre'd" like the niners were, its apositive thing. Getting romo'd usually means the other team won, especially in december and the playoffs... 2 other places where favre has been great, and romo has choked
     
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  9. Angry Ram aka Captain RAmerica aka the OG Rammer

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    I'm in the boat of just b/c you have a Super Bowl ring doesn't mean you are the greatest or even that good. It just means a lot of things went right for your team.

    My point w/ the Brett Favre comparison is he cost his team a lot with his boneheaded plays, the king of INT. Meanwhile Tony is hated on. He isn't a bad QB. He isn't a choker, the Cowboys choke. And Jurrah is the one doing the strangling.
     
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  10. iced Well-Known Member

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    yea but he's done a lot of choking and no real success, where as favre has done it many many times, and romo hasn't.
     
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  11. The Rammer ESPN Draft Guru

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    Favre just tried to hang on too long. I'm not a Romo hater by any means but Favre accomplished a lot more than Romo has. If Romo ever wins it all then maybe some of the various gaffes he's performed will be forgotten. But as it stands, he's had too many critical errors to just ignore.
     
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  14. Angry Ram aka Captain RAmerica aka the OG Rammer

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    Yes, Tony Romo being part of a team that's only won 1 playoff game since 1996 is concerning. However, the Cowboys have always been better with him. You put him on a team like the Bills and boom...that team is suddenly in the playoffs.
     
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