Audio: Broaddus talks matchups on GAC

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    Broaddus talks matchups on GAC

    By dcfanatic, November 7, 2009 5:23 pm

    Here's Bryan Broaddus on Galloway and Company with some excellent info on the Cowboys vs Eagles match up...

    Broaddus on GAC

    That Trent Cole vs Flozell Adams match up scares me every year. Flo just always has trouble with the smaller quicker pass rushers and with the Eagles blitzing all the time it makes it much harder to keep Romo safe.

    But you go to a power running game and you can avoid that. Or you go to a quick passing game and you avoid those hits on the QB as well. Just make sure Romo isn't flustered and having to throw the football every down to win the game.

    Hearing that the Cowboys will not shadow Desean Jackson with Terence Newman in this game. That's ok with me as long as you keep the Safeties deep. This Eagles offense is not about putting together long drives as we have see mentioned all week. They want to put up big plays and then hope for your offense to commit turnovers.

    Bryan Broaddus is one of the best in the business right now. I am sure most will agree with me. But he's also a great guy. He's been doing DCFanatic Radio with me all season and I greatly appreciate him for this.

    So he was on with us on Thursday and we talked about a lot of that stuff you hear in his audio from Galloways and Company.

    But we also touched on the subject of how the media and the Dallas Cowboys relationship has become a story of it's own. Hostile from Cowboyszone, Admin and great great fan of the Cowboys if you don't know him, was on with us as well.

    Here's the discussion we had which I think was revealing and a good listen if you are interested in how that aspect of the NFL world works...

    Broaddus on DCFanatic Radio

    The Dallas Cowboys. There is nothing like them in the sports world when it comes to media coverage. I think that is something we can all agree on.

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