Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by rkell87, Jan 18, 2014.
Anybody else notice there was a significantly less amount of this with the cowboys this year?
no.. I didn't notice that at all
not until week 17
I imagine sometimes KILL, KILL, KILL, means nothing, I also imagine there are other terms used to change a play we're not privy too.
Oh ya....I noticed that. Less audibles @ the line.
I noticed it less this season. But I'm not sure whether there was less of it, or I just got more used to it.
Omaha, Kill.....it's all the same....
I thought you were talking about the visceral reaction cowboy dabs have when they see Jerry or Jason
At least for Eli, Omaha means that the snap count is being reset to that point (after the audible has already taken place). I think with romo, "kill" is the audible to switch to the other play.
I don't think they mean the same thing at all.
Yes, much less this year. More confidence in the Oline to do its job for starters.
I was more referring to them being annoying
are you trying to say that Romo is changing less plays? To be honest I think they just transititioned terms, yeah we used Kill but there where other words check the GB game
I think only the players and coaches know what it really means. They probably have a laugh at people guessing what it means.
I don't really care as long as the play works.
Is this the same as OMAHA! OMAHA! OMAHA!
Yes. Especially in the first half.