Cowboys have to find answers for thei...

Cowboys have to find answers for their critics

There are 6 comments on the A liberal dose story from Jan 1, 2008, titled Cowboys have to find answers for their critics. In it, A liberal dose reports that:

IRVING -- One of the big reasons Cowboys owner-general manager Jerry Jones has earned respect and admiration is his willingness to deal with his critics, and their criticism.

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Nathaniel jackson

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Jan 1, 2008
coach wade you have got to get fired up and demand that your players plat cowboy football. Tony if you want your name put ant where near troy,s or roger name it time for you to start playing like it because this time of the years both player,s took care of business. football start in december and if your want to be great it last until feb. Come on romo take that smile off your face. It superbowl time and to beat new england or the colts you have to play great show us diehard cowboys fans what you are made of.

“True Blue Is Back ”

Since: Aug 07

In Texas

#2 Jan 1, 2008
Yeah, the fans are waiting to see the fire.
Wade said they'll be ready. Should we start praying? It worked for rain in Georgia.

Since: Aug 07

United States

#3 Jan 1, 2008
Wade worries me. Its like he doesn't even see things haven't been good of late. I wish he would just yeah we sort of sucked but we are gonna kick some in the playoffs! Then I would feel better. Its almost like he wants to ignore how its been for the last games.

“True Blue Is Back ”

Since: Aug 07

In Texas

#4 Jan 1, 2008
I think he knows now. It was written all over his face on the sideline of the Washington game. He was either worried about the playoffs, couldn't figure out what Romo's problem is, or just down right embarrassed by his team that night. Frustrations were high as Tony threw his raincoat and Julius Jones went off about Marion going back into the game.
Dallasocialite

Quinlan, TX

#5 Jan 1, 2008
I was really upset with how the 'Boys played the other day. I realize they didn't really have a "motive" to want to win since they were already the #1 seed and had home-field advantage, but a true championship team always plays with intensity and has too much pride to get beat down like that. I don't think the Cowboys are quite there yet...
Dallasocialite

Quinlan, TX

#6 Jan 1, 2008
Also, I was surprised that they kept Witten in for so long. It was obvious we weren't gonna come out with a "W," so why risk having one of our best players getting hurt??

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