Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by erod, Oct 7, 2013.
Yes, and I don't have the time to teach you football. Good day.
That is the purpose of audibles, hot routes, and just getting rid of it are for.
You have to be able to run the ball. Did you happen to watch the SF / Hou game last night ?
Wow. They had plenty of weapons. Do some research son. Lets start with Eggerin James and Marvin Harrison, their center was Saturday, their TE was called Dallas...ugh, yeah they were good.
How many MVP's did Mr. Manning win while in Indy ? He must have been terrible before he got to Denver.
Take the time, please teach me your holiness. haha.
Yes I did neither of them were putting up points like Denver was. Dallas ran some but Dallas also moved the ball nicely all day long via the pass. If something is working you stick with it. As Tony said there are some games where the run/pass ratio may favor the run a bit more and others that will favor the pass. Dallas put up 48 points the issues was not moving the ball or scoring even from the redzone. OL did an out standing job on the day.
And as good as that was, it wasn't as good as this Bronco group, and it didn't play NEARLY as good of defense as Denver.
Pittsburgh and New England used to squelch that offense in the playoffs. They would not have stopped this Denver team.
lol this was funny.
Peyton clearly did not want to give Romo another shot. Not letting Broncos score immediately was another brain fart by Garrett. Garrett was out coached by Peyton Manning.
No amount of pass rush can do anything for a QB who is getting the ball out within 2 seconds.
This Denver defense is good ?
Philly had 13 points late in the fourth quarter. You know, the same Eagles team that rolled through the Redskins like Oregon against Idaho State?
What few points they've allowed have generally come in garbage time. They were up 42-17 on Baltimore late before giving up 10 meaningless points.
I doubt it. I guarantee you we will see a heavy pressure defense the entire game, which i'm sure was their plan all along. They will not sit back and allow Romo to pick on their weak secondary.
I really, really hope we can get to the Super Bowl and get another shot at Peyton and the Broncos.
I did notice that glare on the field too. It was in their eyes.
As entertaining as that game was from an offensive POV, it was equally as taxing both mentally and emotionally. Will the Cowboys be able to shake this loss off and take on a division rival? Yes, I am a Redskins fan but I enjoy reading this website and I try to speak from an unbiased POV and I don't post very often but I know that loss takes a lot out of your team...he'll that even took a lot out of the Broncos and they won.
We better hope we find a way to win 9 games first.