Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by ShortRound131, Jul 29, 2019.
This could be really good, or really bad. Let's Go Cowboys!
Anyone else hearing cowabunga after this quote?
I like it. Dak is so conservative naturally, that I think a little of this mentality could do some good.
Just make the throw.
I believe going into his fourth year Dak will be more receptive to the aggressive confidence Kitna is trying to instill. He should be more comfortable with cutting it loose in tight windows and trusting his receivers to make a play, I believe they will be more than capable if given the chance.
Its your fourth year in the same offense Dak. Time to show up and shut up the naysayers.
Let it rip.
I hope when the interceptions spike commensurate with the increased big plays and touchdowns (what made Romo so fun to watch), that people remember their support of this.
If you know the source of the word "Cowabunga", that seriously dates you.
In fact, just knowing that it dates you, seriously dates me.
Really great news to hear this Lit it Rip Trust your receivers
I think Helman is next in line for head of the media cheerleading squad when Mickey retires.
More like "Leeroy Jenkins!".
Kitna needs to fast for about a week and lose a few pounds so he can be our back up QB....
A different line than "don't aim it" but I like it. Between Kitna and a system the whole league hasn't figured out..... championship. No, I really mean championship.
sounds like he's telling Dak to quit being scared, "throw the damn ball chicken little!"
I swear new inspirational T-shirt with "Let 'er Rip" emblazoned on the front. Marketing genius.
You'd be really really sorry if you wore that around my Dad.
College level stuff.
Prescott is the starter but Kitna's quote was directed at the other quarterbacks as well. Kitna will prove his worth as quarterback coach if he maximizes the backups' potential also, just in case (no jinx/crossed fingers).
Make your best throw and leave the work of catching it to the receivers.
Have confidence that the receivers will catch the ball or protect it from interception.
Believe that, Dak. Let 'er rip.