Sunday weather

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by jzcowboy, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. erod

    erod Well-Known Member

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    They have FieldTurf. The footing won't be affected at all, and there will be no mud.

    Which quarterback is better at throwing a wet football? That, and a greater likelihood of fumbles, will be the only effect.
  2. UDcowboysfan

    UDcowboysfan Active Member

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    Even with FieldTurf, they don't keep up on it very well. The Brown's love to find ways to cut costs. The field will still be very saturated, I still think that favors us.
  3. Nation

    Nation Well-Known Member

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    Yeah unless they've installed it as a roof and regardless of if it is expensive or inexpensive any rain is going to slow the rush for both teams.
  4. Matt

    Matt Active Member

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    We played them in the mid - late 90's and it was pouring rain over there.
  5. KJJ

    KJJ You Have an Axe to Grind

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    If it does rain like hell it can affect the passing game and that wouldn't bode well for the Cowboys who can move the ball through the air but not on the ground. Murray will help but he isn't 100% so we'll have to see how effective he will be. Cinn on the other hand has a pretty good running game that ranks 11th and the Cowboys defense has struggled against the run the past 2 games giving 100 yard games to 2 rookie backs.

    I could see Cinn having a lot of success on the ground and if they do it's going to be a long day for the Cowboys. Having difficulty stopping the run could open up some deep ball opportunities to AJ Green.
  6. chip_gilkey

    chip_gilkey Well-Known Member

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    We're in section 340. Not sure if that's close to you. I'm pretty sure we are on the 50 yard line.

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