Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by J12B, Jan 16, 2022.
26 years of this garbage. One. I'm numb to it.
Im at about a 1. Only because this stuff ain't that serious. On gameday i may have been an 8 but the minute the game was over the entertainment value that it COULD bring was done. i moved on.
Not mad just completely pathetic and sadly predictable. Until we fix the oline and replace zeke it will continue. Moore has to go.
The one thing I was concerned about was the kicker. The main problem is the O-Line. The draft/free agency has to rebuild this.
Throw in some D line/LB help along the way. Then lets see how we progress.
Even the 90’s teams had to go through a few clunkers in the playoffs before becoming real contenders. Hopefully we are on that path. The next 2-3 years
Been around since the 60’s teams so have seen it happen that way, but sure has been a long drought since the “ glory days"
i am not mad after 26 years of the crap pretty much what i expected of the jones cowboys
zero as I have zero expectations from this organization.
The game played out exactly as I expected so only like a 2 at that.
But I'm a 10 at the Jones boys.
1. I don't get mad anymore. I'm 48, there are much more important things in life to get worked up about than some football game. I love the Cowboys, and used to get pissed when they lost, but priorities change and it doesn't affect my life one way or another if they win or lose.
I expected this loss...We beat a bunch of crappy teams down the stretch, lost to the teams with a pulse. I'll expect next years loss too, unless we miss the playoffs, which wouldn't surprise me either.
Especially the second one.
I can remember mike hegman stealing the ball from Bradshaw and thinking we got this one. Turned out not to be. We were better than the Steelers that you too.
Feel bad for the young fans that have never known what it’s like
about a 3, i dont expect success for this franchise.
Mad - 4
Disappointed - 7
Disgust - 10
Mad for what reason? Playoffs are different than the regular season. This team for nearly 30 years has proven to come up small in the playoffs. The end result is expected at this point. So to answer your question, I'll say 1.
Sunday after the game I was 9. but quickly in couple of days down to 7 or less.
I have come to terms that the cowboys teams will disappoint. it still hurts when it happens, but I have learned to cope with it....
0, that was on them. They led the league in penalties and played like the most undisciplined team to accentuate that one thing about this team.
I've resigned myself to the fact that Dallas will never win a Super Bowl as long as the Jones are calling the shots so I don't get mad anymore.
Zero. The horse was dead in the 2007 to 2009 time frame. I came to grips the incompetent ownership and the path the team would stay on.
This is exactly how I feel, zero. Some embarrassment, of course. The planning and approach with the season finale in Philadelphia was a flashing red light warning that the playoff outcome would be dismal.
HBO or some network should do a movie about an incompetent family running a famous sports franchise aground. "Any Given Sunday" and "North Dallas Forty" style.
3 - I was not shocked at all the collapse of this team. We've seen it too many times over the last 25 years. Our players only put up stats in the regular season and disappear in the post-season. It just seems the other team ALWAYS has more energy, aggression, drive etc. Tired of seeing that.
No longer feeling anything. It's all par for the course.