Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by TheSport78, Nov 16, 2012.
I bet you laughed at the thought of the Seattle game being close.
What do losting to the rams mean? :laugh2:
can't wait for SHOTGUN
I can't tell how frustrated I am that this need is here and Kowalski is apparently still not ready. Dockery should never see the field and Bern should have someon breathing down his neck.
Thought it was Parnell that did that
Yes it was Parnell. So not only did we get a special teams and defensive touchdown. A cowboys player actually stood up for a teammate. At that point, i was sure it was a dream...
Well by the 11th week of the season you're bound to see a whole lotta guys playing for a lotta teams that have fans pulling their hair out. With limited rosters and the salaray cap this is what you're going to get.
On the other hand the Cowboy coaches have seen Dockery in practice the last few weeks and we haven't, so he might not be the wholesale car-wreck that you envision.
I'm far from confident about this game.
I loved it when Parnell got into with that Eagles player. He looked like he was going to kick the snot outta somebody, but Tyron wisely told him to let it go before he got a penalty.
I really want to see Parnell get some snaps at OT before the season is over. He is really big and really athletic.
But... But... But.... :laugh1:
wish this kid would break thru...its hard to believe he can't do better than free...
If Kowalski is not inactive, I would not be surprised to see him eventually replace Bernadeau against Cleveland.
Bernadeau is a horrid run blocker and even worse pass protector. Now imagine him trying to do this while hiking the ball and making the line calls.
Try Kowalski, try Bernadeau, whatever,,,, Nothing this OL could do would surprise me anymore. I have to admit its nice not having the gametime anxiety now that my expectations have bottomed out,,,,
Can they afford to take ANY team lightly?
Huh? You can be sure Garrett has been more miserable than anyone the past few years, helplessly watching Jones do next to nothing to remedy the line.
This is my biggest concern with Bern who hasn't played much center. The amount of snaps we run out of shotgun, I can just see one sailing over Romo's head for an easy TD for the Browns.
On the bright side, Tony's about the best I've ever seen at controlling those over-the-head snaps and making a positive play out of it. He's also probably had more practice at it over the years than anyone else.
I would venture to say Bern is probably better at center than guard (but hiking the ball is a big question mark.)