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The Cowboys play that hurt you the worst!

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by tyke1doe, Aug 9, 2019.

  1. Blake

    Blake Well-Known Member

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    You weren't listening to the announcers then. They flat out called it a hesitation move and mistimed throw.
     
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  2. stiletto

    stiletto Well-Known Member

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    You gotta be joking. "The Catch" is by far the single worst moment in Cowboys history. It ended the long standing "Landry" dynasty and started a new one with Walsh. I was a kiddo (5 yrs old) but I knew what happened then and I still know it until this day. It was huge.

    I rarely get upset about celebrities or sports people that die but when Bill Walsh died, I admit, I got a little choked up out of respect. That guy was brilliant and I would never say that often about coaches on other teams all the way growing up.
     
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  3. Blake

    Blake Well-Known Member

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    The truth just defends itself. Nothing about being bitter. The bitter one's cant accept that Romo wasn't elite like Brees, Manning, etc.
     
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  4. Buttermaker

    Buttermaker Well-Known Member

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    That hit Lavar Arrington put on Aikman .
     
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  5. Flamma

    Flamma Well-Known Member

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    Previously to that, Crayton dropping the pass over the middle. That hurt more than Jackie Smith dropping the touchdown pass. It would be equal to Alvin Harper dropping the slant that won us the Championship game against the 49ers. Say what you want about Alvin, but the dude is clutch compared to what I don't want to say about Crayton. The play you're referring to looked like an overthrow until you saw the replay. That was a perfect pass by Romo, but we didn't have Harper, we had Patrick.
     
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  6. Afigueroa22

    Afigueroa22 Well-Known Member

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    NFL Game-Winning Drives Career Leaders (since 1960)
    Leaders Table
    Rank Player Must be an offensive scoring drive in the 4th quarter or overtime that puts the winning team ahead for the last time.
    1 Peyton Manning 54 1998-2015 2TM View Game-Winning Drives
    2 Drew Brees 48 2001-2018 2TM View Game-Winning Drives
    3 Dan Marino+ 47 1983-1999 mia View Game-Winning Drives
    4 Tom Brady 44 2000-2018 nwe View Game-Winning Drives
    5 Brett Favre+ 43 1991-2010 4TM View Game-Winning Drives
    20 Tony Romo 29 2004-2016 dal View Game-Winning Drives

    Playoffs

    NFL Fourth Quarter Comebacks Career Leaders (since 1960)

    Rank Player Must be an offensive scoring drive in the 4th quarter, with the team trailing by one score, though not necessarily a drive to take the lead. Only games ending in a win or tie are included."
    1 Peyton Manning 43 1998-2015 2TM View Comebacks
    2 Tom Brady 35 2000-2018 nwe View Comebacks
    3 Drew Brees 34 2001-2018 2TM View Comebacks
    Johnny Unitas+ 34 1956-1973 2TM View Comebacks
    5 Dan Marino+ 33 1983-1999 mia View Comebacks
    6 John Elway+ 31 1983-1998 den View Comebacks
    17 Drew Bledsoe 24 1993-2006 3TM View Comebacks
    Tony Romo 24 2004-2016 dal View Comebacks
     
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  7. JBond

    JBond Well-Known Member

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    He pushed off
     
  8. Blake

    Blake Well-Known Member

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    2 playoff wins. He's not HOF bound no matter how bad you may wish it.

    Funny that all the other QBs on that list have far more playoff success than Romo
     
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  9. Afigueroa22

    Afigueroa22 Well-Known Member

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    You gave your opinion and I countered with actual facts. Your rebuttal is a team stat? I also literally stated in one of my posts he was not HOF but basic reading comprehension once again eludes you. You are vehemently tearing down another man. Think about that for a second. Twenty out of your last thirty posts have been about how another man is not as good as people think. Get it together bud.
     
  10. links18

    links18 Well-Known Member

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    Its 2019. How do you like Romo as an analyst?
     
  11. Hardline

    Hardline Well-Known Member

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    Crayton slowed down on his rout. FACT
     
  12. Blake

    Blake Well-Known Member

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    Tearing down the facade that Romostans build up, not the man. Learn the difference. I'm on my phone and this makes communicating more difficult so I stick to quick takes. Ya'll are the one's who became defensive when I pointed out the simple fact that Romo is just as responsible for the 2007 loss as anyone else. And btw, isn't it ironic that ya'll want to vehemently tear down Crayton in an effort to apologize for Romo?
     
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  13. Blake

    Blake Well-Known Member

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    I saw a hesitation move. The booth announcers called it a hesitation move. I'm sticking to that fact Jack. Also, Romo threw the game ending interception with 16 seconds left. FACT.
     
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  14. Hardline

    Hardline Well-Known Member

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    Now I know you didn't see the game. The announcers specifically were critical of Crayton for quitting on his rout.
    Before you tell a lie to someone it's best if they don't know the truth.
     
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  15. HowardC

    HowardC Romo was elite

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    You are the biggest tool on this forum.
     
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  16. Blake

    Blake Well-Known Member

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    Great analysist for the most part. Their are nuances of his delivery that annoy me, but all in all A+.
     
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  17. Blake

    Blake Well-Known Member

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    I just got done watching it pal. I'm good at video editing so will crop a clip and make sure you witness with your own eyes and ears.
     
  18. Afigueroa22

    Afigueroa22 Well-Known Member

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    Again, reading comprehension bud. I never even mentioned Crayton in any posts but you are obviously crazy and are mixing people up.
     
  19. Hardline

    Hardline Well-Known Member

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    I'll just shut you down right here.
    You got nowhere else to go.
    Checkmate.
     
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  20. Furboy

    Furboy Well-Known Member

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    The Dez play probably hurts the most because that was the best chance at a Super Bowl that I've seen our team have yet since I've been watching the sport. After that would probably be the 2016 playoff game against the Packers because I wanted to see Dak and Zeke do the improbable (win the Super Bowl as a rookie duo).
     
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