Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by The Dallas1575, Apr 8, 2014.
Why should he?
And you think he deserves the chance?
I actually laughed out loud at this comment...so, if you are on a roster more than one season, it's a "era"? not busting your chops, just that Shanle has an "era"....
Ha! That's kinda the point. This guy was around for like five minutes, but we should give credence to his opinion. Smh
Romo brushed off Spears’ criticism on Tuesday.
“I think anytime guys are done playing, when they talk about the Cowboys it’s a good thing,” Romo said. “If it helps him, it’s a good thing.”
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exactly, giving this putz an era just cracks me right up
Thing is, I don't think Spears was even criticizing Romo. It was more Garrett and Jerry.
Man the offseason is agonizingly long. A comment by an irrelevant ex and we are up to 16 pages in this thread.
You mean to tell me that Romo and Witten... two team captains that have put in over a decade of blood, sweat and tears into this organization (plus consistently playing at a high level)... are given privileges that our 2nd-year backup linemen aren't given?
What a shock!
Here's the message it sends, Marcus Spears: give this organization everything you've got and play at a high level for over a decade and maybe someday you'll be in the suite with ex-Presidents too.
Of course why not? Spears has accomplished just as much as Jason Garrett has here.
Bam, right between the eyes.
The dude really does let things like this-and stuff much worse-slide.
Give him crap about lack of playoff success? All he does is say "I don't blame you".
Marcus spears is not on the cowboys roster anymore
Eh, people want to brush it off as a former player with an axe to grind or whatever. I'm sure there is some of that.
However, at some point, when there are enough people talking about dysfunction in Dallas, you have to sit up and take notice.
Now if Dallas was winning a playoff game here and there, it might be easier to blow it off. But their record speaks for itself. Something is fundamentally broken in Dallas and it doesn't look like it is getting fixed. This is just another piece of evidence that any educated fan with a little bit of common sense already realized.
Evil media, disgruntled players, the Cowboys are really no different than the Bengals (what?!).....at some point don't people run out of excuses and start taking a look at the real reason why Dallas stumbles year after year?
I was thinking the same thing. We can laugh at everybody that says something negative about our Cowboys, we can criticize them, put them down and make fun of them, .. and basically brush off everything they say.
But there is something wrong in Dallas, (our .500 record and playoff absence prove it) ... so sooner or later we need to listen to someone.
His example was out of line though. Nobody did anything remotely wrong in this case.
As for dysfunctional....I think we should all know by now that this organization--specifically at the top--can be, at best, a little dysfunctional.
And you're ok with that?
There is a fine line between winning and losing in the NFL, .. every 'T' needs crossed and every 'I' needs dotted to attempt to even have a chance of competing and winning.
You may be doing everything right and still not be able to win.
But you can't be " --specifically at the top--can be, at best, a little dysfunctional " and expect to compete against other teams that have all of their ducks in a row.
Why would you think I'm okay with that? I've never once said anything like that.
I just said in this case--having those players and dignitaries in the his suite--Jerry did nothing out of line.
Thank goodness you aren't, ... some seem to be.