10 Observations About The Cowboys

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by parcellsguys, Oct 17, 2005.

  1. parcellsguys

    parcellsguys New Member

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    1. Passing game is better than the running game, and it's not even a close call.

    2. Defense is coming together, but they need to play better on broken plays and stay in coverage.

    3. Sean Payton gets a grade B for his play calling considering he has to overcome so many silly penalties.

    4. Demarcus Ware is getting better, but he gets tired and may need some breaks as the season wears on so he can be a force at the end of games.

    5. Keyshawn Johnson will be a Hall Of Fame candidate some day.

    6. Jerry Jones makes me nervous when he goes to the sideline.

    7. This team has heart and they want to win for Coach Parcells. There are no more malcontents left on this roster.

    8. Drew Bledsoe can make any throw look easy.

    9. Roy Williams is a great playmaker, but he gets criticized because of such high expectations put on him by us fans. He's not Superman, plus he's only a fourth year player.

    10. Every player on this current defense is a good tackler.

    P.S. - I called that Brandon Jacobs goal line fumble on my pregame show yesterday morning which is still available to listen to, will be gone by tonight at 7pm cdt.
  2. Eddie

    Eddie Well-Known Member

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    Passing game will continue to be better than the Running game until JJ gets back.

    The Giants had no respect for A-train. 2.2 yards a carry doesn't help his cause.
  3. Diehardcowboy

    Diehardcowboy Member

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    Good points but I must take exception to #8. Bledsoe clearly has the arm to not underthrow anything, seemed to have an issue with the underthorwn ball yesterday.
  4. DBoys

    DBoys New Member

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    Guy in his face will do that plus he couldn't take a step up to make the throw.
  5. TheHustler

    TheHustler Active Member

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    A Train played fantastic if you ask me. Not getting hit in the end zone for a safety was a great play.
  6. Portland Fanatic

    Portland Fanatic Well-Known Member

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    Again on your #1...we have a solid pass protection with some experienced vets in Rivera, LA, and Flo...but they are not showing the ability to get into space and open up running lanes. This is a concern, but one I think we can be creative to make happen. I have no doubt this needs to be a pass team to open up the run as we are proving...with that said at the end of the game up by two scores they must open some lanes...
  7. WV Cowboy

    WV Cowboy Waitin' on the 6th

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    Absolute truth !
  8. AdamJT13

    AdamJT13 Salary Cap Analyst

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    Good call. For those who haven't listened to it, Parcellsguys said Jacobs runs too upright, exposing the ball. He said Jacobs probably thought he was big enough to get away with it. And he said to watch for Jacobs in short-yardage or goal-line situations, that the Cowboys might be able to force him to fumble there.
  9. brucem78

    brucem78 Benched

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