Discussion in 'Members Zone' started by nathanlt, Jul 13, 2006.
I think he did when he saw Teague coming.
He sold out when he fired Landry and hired Jimmy Johnson too.
Big moves like signing Deion, trading for Haley, trading away Walker, drafting Troy, hiring Parcells, Johnson, Switzer and whoever else are gonna be lauded by some and hated by others.
Outside of moving the franchise away from the metroplex nothing could make me stop watching or caring about the Cowboys. Been plenty of players I'd have rather not had on the roster and a few I ended up being wrong about.
TO is the kind of guy that can put you over the top. In a fairly even NFCE he's a weapon I love having.
Wow....a guy quitting on a team because of one player.
Sounds an awful lot like all those Hollywood types that said they'd leave the country if GWBush was elected president (Johnny Depp--real big loss there).
Loyalty is sticking by your team through thick and thin. If my daughter came in one night in a Redskin's shirt, I'd be upset with her, but I'd still love her.
Because she's my daughter.
I was against TO coming here. I'm still not crazy about it. I probably will hate having him.....now, if we start winning....well then, I'll have to change my mind.
I'm a Cowboy fan.....Nearly everyone on this board is a Cowboy fan....I can't change the fact. Changing from being a Cowboy fan isn't like changing my haircolor...It'd be more like a sex-change.....you'd have to threaten castration to get me to change.
TO joining the team isn't close to castration.
Ok seriously dude get over it....Jerry Jones is a Cowboys fan first and will do whatever it takes to make this the number one team in the NFL again.
Good for you. Denying yourself something you love because of your morals, which have no bearing on Cowboy football.
That's bright. Real bright. We could sign a proven murderer tomorrow, and if he helped us score one extra touchdown, I'm for the move.
Just win baby. None of this "Oh my god, he's CLASSLESS" crap.
good for you bud! Go Cowboys
The Answer respects your opinion, and definitely agrees that the NFL has changed....probably for the worse. The salary cap era has made it difficult for teams to have an extended run of success like we had in the 90's. That's why you can't anything for granted and boycotting what promises to be a roller coster ride of a season in 2006 just because you hate TO is a bit extreme. The Answer just don't see TO reverting back to his old tricks, especially since he got the payday he was looking for. Call it greed if you like, but at least he will be appeased and hopefully shut his mouth.
That's FA for ya.
Welcome to 1992.
I think I sense the sarcasm...I think. I hope.
There were 1,000 things I was upset about following that San Francisco game, and TO standing on the star was at the very bottom of the list. It was a completely gutless, neutered performance by the team. It perfectly symbolized what I think was an era of a timid head coach leading a bunch of timid players. Touchdown celebrations are like running up the score ... if you don't like it, don't let them do it to you. George Teague was no hero of mine because he pushed TO after getting beaten like a rented mule for the entire afternoon. The Cowboys disgraced the star that day.
i just called a whambuliance for you, if you don't like or agree with the signing then don't root for that player and or team....that was a concept that took me more then an hour to think up....
if that rings true, why quit now because of one player? what if he helps us win a Super BOwl? keyword, helps, it's a teamsport, I don't get how one player can ruin the feelings you feel for a team, esp. one you've rooted 27 years for? I've only been rooting for the Cowboys since '92, and I can't fathom one player making me stop rooting for them, much less 27 years
so basically, you're griping because Dallas is trying to win a Super Bowl...
I don't get it
doesn't defending the star mean you stop the opposing team, or player, from getting into our endzone in order to desecrate on it?
it's also the best football players in the world competing with each other, I appreciate the camaridirie (SPelling) of college football as much as the next guy, or gal, but the NFL is a totally different ballgame
I think the service academies: Army, Navy and the Air Force, are the only teams that have players on it who don't care about being drafted or not
There's really nothing to say here that hasn't been said already.
I just wanted to give one of these to my boy nathan.
Wipe your tears Nancy.
Our FA moves... We needed a # 1 WR ...got one
We needed a top kicker ...got one
we needed a Rt tackle ...got two and Lt tackle back -up .we neded Fs help got one ,We needed a Lt guard ...got one
We needed Linebackers got two
There are 32 teams viaing for FA's....Don't tell me Jerry doesn't want to win...
****...Bill and Jeff know..............