Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by brett2223, Nov 19, 2012.
You have a really bizarre concept of leadership.
It was Romo.
was it ernie sims?
Rob Ryan? Most of our fans?
They said it was a starter, so if we look at the 11 guys on both sides of the ball and eliminate the choir boys that leaves Dez, Vickers, Ratliff, Carter, and Spears (he did start Sunday didnt he). I'm going to go with Ratliff
I wish it were true. That's true leadership...definitely someone I'd like to go to battle with
It was Dan Bailey
i actually joked to my wife it might be him.:laugh2:
maybe it was connor or spencer
There has to be someone on this board that knows.. I honestly don't.. If anyone has the info please share...
I am going to guess since this is NOT a divided team....I am going to say it was someone on offense. After the defense makes a goaline stand.....we simply dive into the OL 3 times and punt and send the defense back onto the field. I would like to think the entire team was embarassed by that....and I HOPE people on offense were embarassed that they never attempted to get a 1st down to finish the game.
Listen to Witten's post game interview on DC.com.
I think it should be taken with a grain of salt. No other reporter is reporting it in a day of technology so advanced that they all have handheld recorders.
Werder never wanted to share who his inside source was over the Owens flap. He enjoys feeling a bit superior to other reporters. It blew up. He had everyone in the DFW media scrambling to discover who the "snitch" might be. He loved every minute of it. That source was Brad Johnson. No, I am not guessing.
I don't know that this one exists. There simply wasn't time for Werder to have one on one time with a player, have that player make the comment and say not to use his name, and get his story out there. And the player not wanting his name attached is crucial to the story here. It's not like Werder simply decided to protect a player. He doesn't do that. This is calculated. He keeps it anonymous to look important. More important than other reporters who didn't hear this.
Could it have been said? Yes, but I really doubt it was. If it had been, there would be a name attached. And if that name denied it, Werder would have his recording.
In this case, he has his story, and that's all he cares about. The more sensational, the better. That makes it sensational. It doesn't make it real.
probably someone on the oline. i could see anyone of those 5 guys saying it.
Well, someone has some common sense around here.
also, I don't see anything controversial at all about the statement. why would any player care about being quoted saying that? there is no reason to want it to be kept confidential. so, I would lean toward Werder having made this up as well.
That would be my guess as well.
Me either. Im actually happy to hear a statement like that come from this team.