Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by HappyOnions, Mar 31, 2014.
I'm a huge Romo fan.
Anyone who says Aikman either didn't watch him play, or they are an _ _ _ _ _ (begins with an i... ends with a t)
Speaking of overrated. That is the most overrated player in the history of the NFL.
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You obviously can't count any better than you judge QB's.
I am posting my opinion. I think thats my right. You dont have to like it. And you can post that - thats your right.
But you are insulting me without giving any kind of arguments.
Is that the only way you are able to communicate ?
Hasnt your daddy taught you better ?
Or is it just you who is still not old enough to grasp an understanding how to treat others respectfully ?
Just asking because you act like that.
Honestly, he did answer you. All you had to do to know you are wrong is to have watched the games. He wasn't voted 1st ballot by Cowboys fans.
Your inability to recognize sarcasm is... never mind.
Oline's most dominant presence attributed to the overall success and each key skillset they all possessed can never be matched again. Unlike the Patriots dynasty, we didn't have to rely on a kicker.
Emmitt meant the most to the team, IMO.
Michael was the heart and soul of the team.
Aikman was the right guy to make it all go.
None were over rated IMO, but if I had to rank them in order of importance it would be:
They were greater than the sum of their parts.
Look, everyone is entitled to their opinion. You like Romo a lot, good for you. I like Romo too. He's not in Aikman's zipcode in my book, but I would be happy to be proven wrong by the end of his career.
I agree with the bulk of this post. I would organize it differently. I would go Aikman, Irvin and Emmitt. Emmitt cared more about the stats and records than Aikman did. If Aikman had cared about that stuff the team wouldn't have done what it did. Aikman had the capacity to set records too, he just cared more about winning.
The last 5 years of Troy's career here were pretty bad. He had a 64 and a 78 rating, he twice had more ints than TDs and only completed more than 60% of his passes once.
All three are overrated. Not one of them could carry the team by themselves and needed help from the other two, pathetic. Thank goodness we had Harper and Galbraith to hold the team together!
He was playing with back issues.... which begs the question of what we might be in store for in Romo's last years.
Btw, it was also a different era of football with respect to QB ratings. A guy can get into the 90's in QB rating now who couldn't have started in Aikman's NFL. Offensive passing rules/officiating are in an entirely new realm.
You are right about that. Aikman was smarter, cooler, more talent and a much better leader.
I watched the games and i watched them live. I just dont feel the need to give answers to people who post worthless crap just to insult people.
Still i think Aikman was overrated and lived from the talent around him.
There are alot of people who fall in love with a player. Over their love with that player they fail to judge the player by logic.
It's the same here day in day out. When you criticize one player you get 100 responses from fanboys who lack the brain but know how to insult as if they had learned it in school.
That's all I was trying to say.