Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by The Natural, Jan 17, 2022.
He never had control of the ball.
Yet they fired the coach who went 8-1 his last 9 games with Tua, and kept the GM who chose Tua over Herbert.
Miami is going nowhere fast.
The hop is "an additional step" per the rules. These guys don't know the rules.
Who knows with this Cowboys team. I would have liked to believe that they would have. But then the difference in what the Rams are doing to them is coming down to good coaching, OL play, execution and play calling.
They looked that way because we're bad
Not a catch
That's the only thing that would make it incomplete. Have to see it again.
McVay sucks but he's better then doughnut Mike.
How the hell was that a completion? If that was the Cowboys it would've been incomplete
Dez would of got screwed
They pushed all the chips in. Stafford may not be consistent enough though. He goes into funks and that might cost them. Otherwise they are the most talented team in the league. They have the talent everyone thinks we have.
I do get some satisfaction in watching him lose after that tweet that he pulled.
Unreal. Dez didn't catch it tho
How the hell did they rule that a completion to begin with. Going to be overturned or down right atrocious officiatiing
No control no football "move"
Dez screwed himself by not securing the ball.
I've been involved in a lot of other game threads this year. But tonight I just don't care
Probably sarcasm, but I’ve watched him enough to know I wouldn’t want him as my franchise QB.
And on that sack earlier, didn’t he just go down on his own and sit on his butt when Donald ran by? It looked like he was open to scramble because he wasn’t hit, but he quit.
This game shows how bad our running game and OL run blocking really was.
Arizona lost 4 of their last 5 games.
The Cowboys make teams look good because the Cowboys have an inflated record thanks to a bad division. 6-6 outside of the East is telling.
He never had control and when he hit the ground it came out.