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News: FWST: Dallas Cowboys' dropped passes lead to three interceptions

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  1. MichaelWinicki

    MichaelWinicki "You want some?" Staff Member

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    Dallas Cowboys' dropped passes lead to three interceptions
    Posted Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010
    By Charean Williams and Jan Hubbard jhubbard@star-telegram.com


    ARLINGTON -- First, it was Felix Jones. Then, it was Miles Austin. Later, it was Roy Williams.

    The Cowboys dropped four passes, with three tipped to Jaguars defenders for interceptions. Jones, Austin and Williams all had drops that led to interceptions.

    "That's what happens when you drop a ball and tip it up in the air and guys are behind you; they usually catch it," Austin said. "Any time you have drops, you're letting your quarterback down."

    The Cowboys entered the game tied for 20th in dropped passes, according to STATS, Inc., with nine. They added to their total Sunday.

    "It's all wide receivers. It's all wide receivers," Williams said. "Tipped balls, that's on us."

    Austin had seven catches for 117 yards, but the reception he didn't make is the one he remembers most.

    Read more: http://www.star-telegram.com/2010/10/31/2591946/dallas-cowboys-dropped-passes.html#ixzz141qThXbT
  2. jimmy40

    jimmy40 Well-Known Member

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    Austin heard footsteps
  3. Doomsday101

    Doomsday101 Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure some will disagree but I felt Kitna came in and did a good job. If you look at the stats no doubt it would say different but 3 of the 4 ints were not on him and for the most part he was on target making plays but as any QB can only control just so much.

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