WR Austin among 6 Cowboys headed to Pro Bowl

There are 9 comments on the Dec 29, 2009, El Paso Times story titled WR Austin among 6 Cowboys headed to Pro Bowl. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

Miles Austin started this season as a third-string receiver for the Dallas Cowboys.

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Lorenzo Ramos

El Paso, TX

#1 Dec 30, 2009
When these many players from one team make the Pro Bowl, that tells you the team has the players to compete with the very best and has the potential to reach the Super Bowl. Maybe none of these players will go to the Pro Bowl this year. They might wind up playing in the Super Bowl!
Go Cowboys
Petro

Houston, TX

#2 Dec 30, 2009
I know, 6 from the Eagles and 8 from the Vikings. So many viewing options for the Cowboys to WATCH in the Super Bowl on TV. hahahahahahahahahaha!!
Petro

El Paso, TX

#3 Dec 30, 2009
Petro wrote:
I know, 6 from the Eagles and 8 from the Vikings. So many viewing options for the Cowboys to WATCH in the Super Bowl on TV. hahahahahahahahahaha!!
Anatoly Perminov told Golos Rossii radio the space agency would hold a meeting soon to assess a mission to Apophis. He said his agency might eventually invite NASA, the European Space Agency, the Chinese space agency and others to join the project.

When the 270-meter (885-foot) asteroid was first discovered in 2004, astronomers estimated its chances of smashing into Earth in its first flyby, in 2029, at 1-in-37.
Petro Y Que

United States

#4 Dec 30, 2009
I would like to see the Cowboys Team play against the Pro Bowl Teams. The way Rome and the Boys are playing I think they would have a good shot at beating any all star team.

Yeah Im home for the Holidays , best time of the year , I get to scout our Utep BB team, watch the Sun Bowl game, and visit with kin. So I can't be posting all the time , Going to Chicos
Petro

Katy, TX

#5 Dec 30, 2009
We all know that would never happen Educated What from ELP. They would choke getting off the bus. hahahahahahahahaha!!
Petro

El Paso, TX

#6 Dec 30, 2009
NASA said another close encounter in 2068 will involve a 1-in-330,000 chance of impact.

"It wasn't anything to worry about before. Now it's even less so," said Steve Chesley, an astronomer with the Near Earth Object Program at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Without mentioning NASA's conclusions, Perminov said that he heard from a scientist that Apophis is getting closer and may hit the planet. "I don't remember exactly, but it seems to me it could hit the Earth by 2032," Perminov said.
Petro

El Paso, TX

#7 Dec 30, 2009
Petro wrote:
We all know that would never happen Educated What from ELP. They would choke getting off the bus. hahahahahahahahaha!!
NASA said another close encounter in 2068 will involve a 1-in-330,000 chance of impact.

"It wasn't anything to worry about before. Now it's even less so," said Steve Chesley, an astronomer with the Near Earth Object Program at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Without mentioning NASA's conclusions, Perminov said that he heard from a scientist that Apophis is getting closer and may hit the planet. "I don't remember exactly, but it seems to me it could hit the Earth by 2032," Perminov said.
Petro

Katy, TX

#8 Dec 30, 2009
I bet if NASA gave those scientist in the space shuttles high powered telescopes they could see the 'boys choke through the opened roof of the new stadium. hahahahahahahahaha!!
Petro

El Paso, TX

#9 Dec 31, 2009
Petro wrote:
I bet if NASA gave those scientist in the space shuttles high powered telescopes they could see the 'boys choke through the opened roof of the new stadium. hahahahahahahahaha!!
Promises to eat more sensibly and lose weight will be uttered over and over again through the next week as people begin focusing on their New Year's resolutions.

Often, the promises to live more-healthful lifestyles sputter and fade after only a few weeks or even a few days.

But there are simple strategies to keep on track with the commitment and to make permanent life changes.

"For those people who are contemplating a change at New Year's, their next step isn't doing it. Their next step is preparing to do it, and that's an important step," said Michael Kelly, senior program officer in charge of research, planning and evaluation at the Paso del Norte Health Foundation.

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