Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by crazyfool, Oct 14, 2013.
Well we will 3-4 after sunday
Let me say this, EVERY year, you should be trying to find pass rushers until you have studs across the board. We don't need to be trying to find his replacement, we need to be trying to find someone to put on the other side who's dominant also. That's always been the problem, and Spencer only showed a tad last year. I think the O-Line is about where we need it to be, and now it's time for the D Line, mainly pass rushers, need to take over the draft.
That I'll buy.
I think this will be better for him in the long run. Let him heal up and get right.
I agree, but it's too bad that 4 of the next 5 games are on the road. (Eagles, Lions, Saints, G-Men)
The Vikings at home are sandwiched in the middle. On the bright side, best case he could be back for the Saints and Giants.
3-4 weeks in dallas = IR.
He had all offseason to get right and he was right at the start of the season but once again he's got another injury. He'll start the season healthy and immediately something pops up where he can't stay on the field. It's been like this for the past 2 seasons with him. His body is breaking down.
So you're a Dr. also?
Eh, you're a lot more optimistic than me. None of his injuries by themselves are career threatening, but there seems to be so many that they are just going to slow him down a ton.
Last year, he had 11.5 sacks, but after the neck/shoulder/arm/whatever problem popped up, he had just 2.5 sacks over the last 8 games. This year, he has looked less explosive, mildly productive (that 4 sacks is misleading imo), and is now going to miss a couple of games with his workload already reduced. I just don't see him hitting 10 sacks a year as a situational guy...and I dont see him playing more than another 3 or 4 with all the injuries.
Yes, if they estimate anything over 4 weeks, the player is actually dead.
Just looking for an argument as usual? You don't have to be a Dr to see he's having trouble staying healthy. He had another neck burner earlier in the season which has been a recurring problem and now a strained quad.
I think that he's considered "impactful" by Cowboys fan, but I don't know how everyone else feels about his impact. As of now, his teams only has 1 playoff win and that will be factored in when HoF voting comes up.
Quit watching... Every single post from you is some crap like this. SMH. If it's so miserable to watch this team then I suggest rooting for another team like Seattle. Ridiculous post
Now Dallas Morning News is saying Ware not ruled out for Sunday! Color me confused!!
Right, we need Ware down the stretch and for the playoffs. Yes I said playoffs..
No word yet from the Cowboys website, right? I'll wait until then.
The HOF is more about stats. Most of the players that are elected are so due to their career numbers.
any offensive coordinator worth a lick will run the ball 20x a game to wilber's side. dude is horrible in the run game.