Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by PJTHEDOORS, Oct 17, 2016.
Want another chuckle.
According to them, Carson Wentz had a better game yesterday than Prescott.
It is irritating because it creates dumb narratives. Of course it doesn't affect the field product, but it is annoying nonetheless.
Reverse Midas Touch.
The false precision to tenths of a point really lend these fabricated scores an air of authenticity.
Yeah, I wouldn't worry about what the media says. Why do you guys get your panties all curled up about what they have to say?
Dak didn't play his best game. We still won ... pretty big.
This was a statement game. I don't want to hear any excuses other than Rodgers was getting boo'd.
Maybe QBs lose 10 points per fumble/int, now that makes sense! Seriously though how does pff grade QBs? Do they review tape to determine the optimal throw for yards that the QB hit or missed?
Again, easily could have resulted in us losing if the defense didn't keep the Packers to field goals. You think these are little things, but Dak was extremely careless with the ball yesterday. Worse he was careless in scoring positions.
I enjoy Galian's daily attempts to make Prescott out to be a bum.
3 turnovers 3 tds should result in a bad grade. QBs have bad games. He responded to a lot of crap play by doing enough to let the team win comfortably. Im fine with any adversity he faces because he hasnt dealt with much. Its ok to admit when a player on your favorite team plays poorly and it should be easy to do win the team wins anyway.
When Austin broke out in 2009 PFF had Roy Williams our highest rated WR at the end of the season.
I will never forget that and never take their grades seriously. Even if they got this one right with Rayne.
Any credibility you have in an argument has went out the window with this statement alone.
He put up some decent stats but I thought it was his 2nd worst game of the season behind the Giant game.
The offense was a mess for about 24 of the 30 first-half minutes.
PFF doesn't make sense half the time.
Dak was fine.
He had a few issues, but few people go through an entre game against a good team without something.
Put it this way, Dak will still be starting after the bye week
We get to ignore the fumbles and interception because the Cowboys were good enough to overcome them and won the game going away. Romo never had that luxury.
Bingo. Everyone only worries about a W for a QB and glosses over their individual performance.
Dak was mediocre yesterday. Tony would have hung 50 up on em and sat with a giant grin for the 2nd half.
Or thrown 3 INT, got sacked 5x's and we lose by a game ending FG
I would not give him a bad grade but I don't think it was his best outing to date. However after what seem to be a lull in his play he regrouped and got things going again. In some ways this was a very big outing for him since he was able to overcome some adversity in his play. Fumble down in the redzone then the Int down in the redzone. He kept his composure and finished strong.
I would give Dak a C for yesterday, he did some good things and he did some very bad things. Lucky for him, the QB on the other team did more bad things and thus we were able to win the game. But his play yesterday was not as good as it has been. He actually looked like a Rookie at points in that game.
Um, what? Romo hasn't been good at Lambeau since 2008, and then he was 17-for-30 for 260 yards with one touchdown and one interception, i.e. lesser numbers than Dak's day.
He has a 117 rating, leads the game clenching drive, and you give him a "C?" God, Cowboys fans are ridiculous.