Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by burmafrd, Oct 15, 2013.
Divisional games being hard is never a mystery.
3-3 - it is what it is.
Their head coach, Mike McCoy. The guy turned Tim Tebow into a playoff winner by completely revamping the entire offensive scheme during the season. Not surprising that he could resurrect Philip Rivers' career.
It's not like Dallas lost to weak teams.
Raiders are a divisional rival. That changes everything. Now, if they lost to the Jaguars or the Steelers, it would be a greater mystery.
Which the Iggles are not either.
Quality team that is.
if we beat them..it will not mean a lot.
If we lose..it will be a big deal.
Dallas never wins with the media.
I'm not going to make any predictions until I at least find out the names of who is playing on the DL. The "No-Names" does have a ring to it, though...
All 3 games we have lost should have been wins. Had them in our sights, funny how sportscasters never mention this.
KC is solid, very strong at home. On paper the loss isn't bad losing by 1 to an undefeated team at home. Still, looking at how the game unfolded I felt we let a very winnable game get away from us, even more so than Denver IMO.
You excuse our losses, but what about our wins? The three teams we beat are three of the worst teams in the NFL. And we only beat one of them convincingly.
The Rams are 3-3, just like the Cowboys.
They'll finish with 5 or 6 wins. The bottom line is we've had one impressive win. Our Denver game was impressive too.
Please don't over-estimate the bolts, they caught the colts in between to super teams and were over looked.
It was also a road divisional game sandwiched in between two home games against talented teams. That's a recipe for a trap game if there ever was one.
It's certainly possible. However, right now, they're not a bad team. They're a .500 team. The Cowboys are the only reason they don't have a winning record. I mean, if we're deducting games on the basis of too many takeaways, we might as well be consistent in it.
No way. The Rams have the talent now to contend even in that very tough division.
I feel like its been this way since they have had Philip Rivers. He can light it up at times and look amazing, like Romo but then he'll have those games where he makes the mistakes at the end of the game and is labeled a choker, like Romo.
They even had that amazing season in 2006 where they were 14-2 only to lose in their first playoff game. Just like us in 2007. A lot of similarities.
What happened earlier in the season is irrelevant. All that matters is what we do for the remainder of the season.
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