Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Cowboys&LakersFan, Jan 14, 2012.
If that would have been Garrett he would have ran it three times and kicked the feild goal.....
Well, not exactly.
Harbaugh did have the lead and wasn't risking points but we get the idea.
Garrett's a deity and every bit as good as a guy who is in the NFCC game.
And to really rub it in they show Montana to Clark
They did turn the ball over 5 times.
I'm guessing this isn't such a great game if it weren't for that.
I'm half sick. I hate the Niners.
But I'll enjoy the tears from those obnoxious Saints fans.
Patriots look like there about to blow out Denver early
Experience and enthusiasm seem to be his main strengths. How many coaches would have stuck with Alex Smith? I know I thought he was a bum.
Yes, but what is he doing specifically to get them to play like that?
I said the same thing when Alex Smith scored on the run...but definitely should have on the Jimmy Graham play. Game over.
Ugh let an AFC team win it Don't want the Niners, GB, or Giants winning it. I guess the lesser of evils would be GB?
I flip the channels to watch the Broncos game, and its already 7 Pats with less than 2 minutes off the board lol.
great game, but all it did was put a big light on how much work our Cowboys have in front of them to get to this level.
these were two well-coached physical, disciplined teams.
Well I don't know the guy and haven't been around him. All I can judge him on are his accomplishments as a head coach at both the collegiate and professional level; the empirical improvement in both those places, as well as what I've inferred to be his players admiration for him and respect for his leadership.
Plus he just seems like a bas-a**
How many points did they score?
turnovers killed the Saints
And I hope we get some of them. Or at least just 1.
So, does this performance get Alex Smith a decent sized contract?
Specifics, I want specifics, what is it that a coach can do to get a team to play hard, well and with few to no penalties. Its a serious question, not trying to argue or dismiss your desire to have that for the Cowboys.