Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Alexander, Jan 9, 2020.
One of the perks of being a Cowboy. Our players are constantly overrated by the NFL world. Ironically the one player they hated (Romo) was the underrated one.
That's excessive. He wasn't the level of the previous year, and he certainly has things to work on, but to act as if he is now a bottom level player isn't remotely accurate
..Coop will use his pro-bowl cameo as contract leverage...lol.... ...
he can use the 1st round pick we traded for him as leverage, these Pro Bowls are just icing on his money cake
As if any further proof was needed that the Pro Bowl is a joke.
Don't have an issue with Amari getting there. He had a good season even though it was maddening at times.
But Jaylon Smith?? That right there shows you how watered down and a joke this game is these days. A lot of players don't even want to play in this and will bail or nursing an "injury". I hate we have to deal with him for years to come because he had one good season out of 4. Thanks Jerry.
I am with you.
Jaylon and Cooper both played with injuries most of the year and still delivered.
I like that.
I hope they and Wolf Hunter can return to form.
There's All-Pro, and everybody else. Pro Bowl is worthless.
Jaylon Smith was one of the worst linebackers in the NFC this year. I would literally prefer anybody over him at this point. Teams look for him and attack him like stink on you know what.
I said this would happen weeks ago for Jaylon. All you have to do is look at how ALL of his stats compare to the top 5 linebackers in the league. He's RIGHT there in every category.
Awesome!!! We can now justify Jaylon's contract!!!
What people forget is that somebody likely already sitting in Cabo on a team that likely has been finished for a couple of weeks has got to want to go. They might have called five guys before Smith and only Smith was still in the country, peddling sunglasses. Like I said somebody’s got to go...
last time Amari wears a Star on his helmet
Congrats Smith and Coop.. Make Dallas proud boys!
Deep how you feel. However I'll wait and not criticize a player as a whole based off of 1 season. What's wrong with him making a brand you say he sycks so why not prepare yourself fornagter football. Amari einrd a bit yes but it has to be more behind the scenes with hin. Were you saying that about them both last year or what?
A WR who only shows up at home and a LB who QBs purposely threw at
He. Was. Playing. Hurt.
Jaylon bring a pro bowler is nauseating.
This reminds me of the Nomar Mazara situation with the Rangers. A young player that wasn’t very good but always had a bunch of RBIs so he thought he was good and didn’t try to get better. Jaylon racks up a lot of tackles. I’m 99% sure he has no idea how bad he was this year and this Pro Bowl nod doesn’t help. More false confidence.
Congrats......I guess? Coop deserves to be there as an alternate, but I have no idea how Jaylon got in. I really liked Jaylon until this season. He looked completely lost way too often, and the constant celebrating really got under my skin. I don't even remember which disaster of a game it was, but he celebrated making a stop on 2nd down like it was a game ending play. When they gave up an easy 3rd down conversion on the next play, I wanted to rip my TV off the wall and throw it through a window. It's like, what are you celebrating man? Celebrate a turnover. Celebrate a sack. Celebrate a goal line stop. Fine, I'm good. Celebrate a 2nd down play, and then give it up on 3rd down? Stop it.
Amari balled you dudes are trippin' hard... He played through injuries.