Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by CowboysFanSince88, Oct 5, 2014.
Can you be honest to admit you were wrong?
I am so sorry we won. The team really disappointed you Sunday.
Can we turn our W back in?
So you're brain is broken...
Instead of a close loss how about a dominating Cowboys win. lol
I'm sorry you didn't get your close loss. I'll take our W instead. Thanks.
I was wrong and clearly this is a different team. I was not convinced they could go into seattle and win. The only bad thing about yesterday was the Giants losing and still having to be tied with the eagles. But yes I was wrong and don't have a problem admitting that
No they impressed me. Even though Im a fan if I feel the other is better then I speak the truth, Now I will be pissed if we can't win the next 2 games against the midgets and deadskins
Of what team?
Obviously the Cowboys since 88
What in the hell is wrong with you? Do you deal with what life throws at you with this losing mindset?
What exactly did the Cowboys do in the past 3 years that made you think they could win in seattle? Everybody is in shock because no one expected it to happen and the fact that it did happen gives me even more confidence they can beat the hell out of the eagles on Thanksgiving
My two questions directed at you weren't rhetorical. I'm still curious to know.
The Cowboys this season looked different than they had the previous 3 seasons and that was before the Seattle game. You predicted a loss since July, but never adjusted to what you were seeing on the field this year.
Everyone's expectations about the team are never the same. Some people were surprised because that the team played as well as they thought they were capable of executing. Other people were even less than surprised because they more accurately assessed how the two teams matched up.
You, and others who share the same evaluation criteria for assessing football outcomes, were shocked for the reason you elaborated. Without doubt, results can seemingly repeat season after season throughout sports and even, literally, life itself. However, it is personally fallacious to believe results cannot be influenced by changes. In this case, there have been changes within the team, changes within the Seahawks, etc.
Dismissing or ignoring change is not realistic towards determining how events may unfold. Sometimes not considering what might happen leaves individuals shocked. Astonished. Stupefied. Flabbergasted. Mystified. Thunderstrucked...
No real wants and wishes for a loss.