That guy should be speechless after this game, there really is nothing to be said about this fucking offense, completely unbalanced, and it starts with Romo continuing to make bad decisions this late in his career. I want to throw up.
Originally Posted by unit300021
As bad as Romo was this game 2 possibly 3 of his interceptions weren't his fault. Bryant and Ogletree jsut screwed those ones up and is Austin cuts in front of the defender then it's a different story. However even though Bryant had over 100 yards his drops in key moments are what really cost them the game. Either way I know I picked them to win but I'm always to see the cowboys lose.
From Romo "You can't try and do too much and I tried to do that too much" awesome quote Ace.
But still, is it the QB's fault when the receivers run the wrong routes and drop/tip balls.
Damn you, Unit300021. Figures I'd only be losing in this game to a robot.
HAHA I swear it's mostly luck. Every other pool I've ever been in I do really terrible until the last half of the season and by that time it's to late. Maybe because I'm just picking from my gut compared to researching each team? Good call on the name pick up though.
Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein
Why aren't there more good role models for fat people who fall down a lot?
Normally I would agree with you because of the Lions performance last season. But not only are they losing this year they are looking bad doing it. Road games at Philly and the Bears coming out of this week's bye. Season's in a tailspin.
Wilson is doing fine, he just needs to be allowed to pass before there's two minutes left in the fourth quarter. I believe Pete Carroll is an excellent evaluator of talent, a great motivator, and an excellent defensive-minded coach. When it comes to offensive philosophy, I'll agree that he's not much better than Mike Singletary. He just needs to get of his own way, basically. There's not much room for error with the kind of ultra-conservative playcalling he's insisting on and when your quarterback starts turning the ball over it's damn hard to win games, even when you rush for 180yds and your defense doesn't allow a touchdown. The silver lining would be that none of Wilson's three ints were truly his fault. Anyone who's blaming him for our passing deficiencies hasn't been watching the games.
The Cards o-line did indeed take a shit but the Rams defense did play really well, this NFC West is the new black and blue division, fucking tenacious defenses in that division, it's going to be quite a show towards the end of the season.
Originally Posted by superfan
And I have a dick for you to eat if youre hungry still.