Which team will win SB first... Cowboys or Redskins?

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by REDVOLUTION, Feb 11, 2006.


    REDVOLUTION Return to Dominance

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    I think this is easy.
    Dallas will get the next SB before the Redskins....

    The Redskins are gonna wakeup one day and realize
    "oh my god, its been 20 years since we last won SuperBowl":eek:

    So far its what? 14 years and counting for Redskins... like the Stealers... took them 25 years to STEAL the one for the thumb...
  2. gbrittain

    gbrittain Well-Known Member

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    Definitely Dallas!!!
  3. ddh33

    ddh33 Active Member

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    Since Dallas is going to win next year as Bill rides off into the sunset, I guess I would have to say the Cowboys.
  4. Overalls

    Overalls Benched

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  5. Taylor_Can_Hit21

    Taylor_Can_Hit21 Member

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    Redskins obviously...your recievers will eventually get too old to breathe and they will have to get off the team.

    No QB, No Wrs...no RB? No offense? Sounds like the future of Dallas to me.
  6. Bob Sacamano

    Bob Sacamano Benched

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    you're talking about receivers? dude, you only have ONE :laugh2:

    and your QB situation is the same as our's

    RB? you got us there, but we're not exactly void of talent there either
  7. Eskimo

    Eskimo Well-Known Member

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    I don't see either team winning one anytime soon (next 3 years).

    After that it is too hard to speculate with coaching and player turnover.
  8. dragon_mikal

    dragon_mikal Fire Garrett

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    Until both teams address the many problems that plague them, neither one will even sniff the SB for some time.
  9. CowboyFan74

    CowboyFan74 Cowboys Analyst

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    cowboys in 2 or 3
  10. dragon_mikal

    dragon_mikal Fire Garrett

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    Wow. Ignorance from a Redskins' fan.

    How unheard of.:rolleyes:

    Considering that the Cowboys and Redskins were almost identical in offensive and defensive production, I fail to understand how you could be so sure of your team's superiority over ours. Is it because you finally beat us in Dallas? Or because you swept us?

    The sun even shines on a dog's *** once in a while.:)
  11. sbuscha

    sbuscha king****

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    No QB...Wasn't Bledsoe ranked very high in the NFC this year? Another good post from the Redskin peanut gallery
  12. ghost

    ghost New Member

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    it truly depends on this off season. were coming off an extremely successful season, and we have to build on that. if we can get another WR, and hope that campbell pans out, then us. but what if you guys fill all your needs? who ever fills their holes the most will be the first with another ring.
  13. Jay9508

    Jay9508 New Member

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    i dont know what to think, the cowboys aren't consistent. one season they're good the next season they're sorry
  14. kingwhicker

    kingwhicker BCRSA

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    Neither one anytime soon.
  15. SkinsFan26

    SkinsFan26 New Member

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    If the Skins add a playmaker and some O-line depth, I think they go very deep this year even if Brunell is playing. Hell, they won 11 games this year with one WR.

    If J Campbell fulfills expectations in 06 or 07, definitely the Skins get to the SB first. I like the chances of him being good; when has Gibbs ever been wrong with a QB? Who's the next QB in Dallas? Leinart is the only solid prospect this year and he isn't going to Dallas.

    The Cowboys will improve next season based on the youth of their defense. But they have so many holes to fill on both sides of the ball (see numerous threads here daily). Their key players on offense (besides Witten) are ancient and on the decline. The only way the Boys seriously compete in the NFC next year is if they are very busy in free agency (which is not out of the question).

    I see the same playoff teams as last year from the NFC with the exception that the Boys get a wild card and the Giants are watching the games on TV.

    Skins still are closer than the Cowboys. They already have been 2 games closer and have already improved this offseason (Saunders, Gray) vs (loss of key coaches).
  16. DallasEast

    DallasEast Cowboys 24/7/365 Staff Member

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    If Parcells fixes the offensive line, Dallas will sweep the NFC East next season. Don't know if winning the Super Bowl would follow, but the Cowboys would be a heck of a lot closer in doing so than the Redskins. :)
  17. DIAF

    DIAF DivaLover159

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    Neither one of these teams look to be that close. Toss a coin.
  18. DragonCowboy

    DragonCowboy Well-Known Member

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    I would have to say as of this moment Redskins

    If Parcells has another productive offseason, then we're pretty neck and neck

    If Campbell is a bust, Cowboys
  19. Bizwah

    Bizwah Well-Known Member

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    Right now, it's a toss-up.

    I will say that if not for a Flozell injury, we would've been NFC East champs.

    Who knows what the future holds? What key injuries will hit the NFC East? the NFC in general?

    Anymore in the NFL, the teams that avoid key injuries are the ones that are successful. All teams are pretty much on an even playing field.
  20. DragonCowboy

    DragonCowboy Well-Known Member

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    exactly. The problem is, we've seemed to get key injuries for the past few years. Last year, i think, Terry Glenn got injured in the first redskin game, and this year, anthony henry and flozell adams both got hurt. I think we got hit hardest at key positions this year, or at the positions where we didn't have the depth we would've wanted(ie O-Line and LB). Here's to hoping we don't have too many key injuries at low depth again.

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