Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Cowboys&LakersFan, Sep 16, 2012.
Usually i agree but that was a pathetic performance.
10 days to prepare? I know you lose games in the NFL but they weren't even competitive. If they lost a hard fought game it wouldn't be that bad around here. Sure some guys would be upset but not at this level it is tonight. They got beatdown plain and simple.
(compared to some philly boards I've seen)
Look whos talking... who thought we were almost going 19-0.
Show me where I said that. I said 11-5 and a potential Super Bowl team, but sure go ahead and put words in my mouth.
Frankly, I think those "overreacting" have every right to do so. No one saw this coming today, and it's a sad setback in all of the good that Garrett had accomplished up to this point. If I didn't have a life, I'd get mad too.
He went from going to +1 to about -3 now.
It's one thing to be upset you should be, but a bunch are going overboard acting like the season is over after one loss.
People do have the right to be irrational, I agree.
The season is not over. True. But can you honestly say after today's performance that you feel like we're still in a new era? It seems like the continuous Parcells/Wade mediocre-ball to me. Today was a big chance to play like a Jimmy Johnson team. Jimmy's Cowboys would have never come out like that from '91 to '93.
I think it's more irrational to act like today had no meaning. It did. It burdened us again with Doubt after having cast it off in New York.
There's not one word that can properly describe how too many people focus on the coach, Jerry, "discipline", or some other meaningless, vague, imaginary explanation for a loss.