Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Nov 14, 2010.
That pretty much seals the deal as far as I'm concerned.
Ok, that's not really what Garrett said. The question was "Was Felix in on the first play because Barber broke a team rule."
And Garrett said simply, "No."
That doesn't mean Barber didn't break any team rules.
Oh my! Did Garrett chastise radio boy??? I would sure love to hear that. Was it at the presser introducing Garrett or one of the later ones after practice?
could you upload that pic to another site for me? i cant view it with no fb.
I think it was after the second practice, maybe Wednesday, Dennis asked about specific changes again, and Garrett said, "you haven't been paying attention in these meetings have you." or words to that effect.
Yep. Coaches fib to the media all the time to keep things from blowing up. Remember the time Parcells claimed he didn't know Adrian Murrell was the one running out the clock against the Bills in '03? Like he didn't know what running back was in the game.
Maybe he had a suite, but it was Blue and Red with a cape?
I am amazed. Barber doesn't start the game the day after he doesn't adhere to the dress code.
And people don't think he was being sent a message.
Figure it out people.
Garrett doesn't have to tell him that he's being disciplined. And he sure doesn't have to tell the media and the fans that he's disciplining a player.
The fact of the matter is that Barber has started games in the past where his leg was falling off.
And today he didn't get the start.
LMAO. Yeah. The media made it all up.
You are a joke these days with the media hate. Really, you embarass yourself and it's sad.
I'm fairly sure there was more discipline handed out than just sitting him out the first play if he did in fact break the rule. The best part is we'll never know if he did or what the discipline was... and that is what makes me happy.
The media made it all up.
Embarassing yourself over and over again.
Yeah, they need to be held accountable for doing their jobs.
This place is so full of fans looking to go after the media all the time.
An entire fan base rattled by the big bad media.
And then the same fan base not smart enough to read between the lines of the situation.
The only joke here is how you blindly play lapdog to the media as they tell you not to use their material and bash people with blogs/internet radio.
Thats been hilarious for years now. Keep those lips firmly planted.
You are so clueless. Stop living your life on here.
ESPN Radio, DMN, The Ticket, The Fan.
They all use my blog as a resource. I even have their reporters on my radio show from time to time.
Wake up. No one tells me not to use anything. DC.com did it one time because of some tattletale. End of story.
You are the joke. Playing homer every time you get the chance and looking for anyone to blame when there is a problem other than the Cowboys players or coaches involved.
You are clueless but we all know this. And PM if you want to hate. No one cares that Fuzzy Dumkins doesn't like DCFanatic.
Spot on. Spot on..
Judging by the response, it seems you touched a nerve.
First 15 pages of the game day thread was how Barber should be benched, and Garrett is a joke for not making him sit, not the game.
YR's no joke, and especially when he's making the obvious point that the Dallas media sucks. I don't think there are too many in your bandwagon on this topic, dcf.