Discussion in 'Artwork Zone' started by BrAinPaiNt, Sep 18, 2006.
LOL! I was thinking the same thing.
Whoa... Fasano is lucky he didn't pop an ankle or a knee on this tackle.
Is it just me, or does T.O. look like Superman? My god, even his muscles have muscles!
Except for a broken finger.
Right...well except for a broken hand.
Especially when it's been used so often to describe their own team.
The Cowboys enter the field.
Linebacker Greg Ellis lines up to tackle Ladell Betts.
Terence Newman joins Ellis on the tackle.
Wide receiver Terry Glenn tries to get around cornerback Carlos Rogers.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Drew Bledsoe.
Terrell Owens, 81, makes a catch. Washington's Carlos Rogers, 22, moves in for the hit.
Williams, 31, hits Washington running back Ladell Betts, 46.
After a solid defensive stand, kicker Mike Vanderjagt congratulates the defensive secondary.
A step ahead of cornerback Kenny Wright, 25, Dallas' Terry Glenn, 83, follows Bledsoe's pass to the sideline.
The Cowboys line up at the 4-yard-line after Glenn's reception.
Dallas defensive end Marcus Spears puts pressure on Washington quarterback Mark Brunell.
Brunell would be sacked by the Dallas defense six times during the game for a loss of 45 yards.
Defensive end Jeremiah Ratliff, 90, tries to get ahold of Betts.
Marion Barber, 24, tries to get over the pack and into the end zone.
In the second quarter, Barber scored on a 1-yard run to give Dallas a 17-3 lead.
Dallas cornerback Anthony Henry.
Abram Elam goes for a shoe-string tackle against Washington receiver Antwaan Randle El.
Dallas linebacker Bradie James intercepts a Brunell pass in the fourth quarter.
James interception was overruled after a flag, one of 20 on the day, was thrown by a referee.
Lots more, I just chose not to post them all. Many were repetitive.
Is TO the new model for coppertone sunscreen?
Hahaha i guess you woulda caught that with a broken finger too?
i give the guy props for trying to tough it out...but if your a reciever and your hand is not working then tell someone and get out.
that said it makes sense that he dropped so many that were right in his HANDS. He doesn't have a past in doing that so we can give him a break given the hand injury.
lmao..Crayton soo Funny..i love his lil cocky/entertaining celebrations....
him n owens got the best celebrations on the team...whn owens caught that catch for a first down..i loved the lil hand moves he did..lol
Take notice Cowboy fans.. He's playing like a #1 draft pick.
It reminds me of a pic of Y.A. Tittle in the 1963 Championship game only Tittle had his helmet off and was bleeding but was in the same position.
I'm happy to see this picture I was actually going to start a thread and ask everyone their opinion on that catch.
I was trying to describe it to my brother, who did not see the game. I was really impressed with the strength of his hands on that play.
I think most players would have tried to make a basket and cradle the ball.
Glenn actually brought it in like he was running some 15 yard crossing route across the middle of the field, not a 40 yard bomb.
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That one CB or w.e knocked it out of his hand.