Newman being watched closely by NFL

Newman being watched closely by NFL

There are 38 comments on the Peninsula Clarion story from Dec 6, 2007, titled Newman being watched closely by NFL. In it, Peninsula Clarion reports that:

“It has been circled on my calendar the whole year, and here we are and I'm looking forward to it”

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Terence Newman has been put on notice by the NFL after indicating his desire for revenge on Detroit quarterback Jon Kitna. via Peninsula Clarion

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think again

Pasadena, TX

#23 Dec 10, 2007
newanarchy wrote:
I guess Kitna was right, he sure picked that Cowboy defense apart. I can't decide which I would like more, a Cowboy loss in the first game of the playoffs or having their asses handed to them by the Pats in the super bowl. We can only hope that the refs keep it a fair game, unlike most of the Cowboys regular season games.
Just like that G.B. vs Dallas game on Nov. 29. That ref gave them that game. Even some sports commentators around the area admit it. Who knows what the outcome would of been had that ref not called that ridiculous penalty.
think again

Pasadena, TX

#24 Dec 10, 2007
triple6vamp wrote:
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Wahhhh Wahhhhhh baby want a pacifier.
Keep the pacifer. You will be needing it soon. Them boyz won't be getting away with it in the playoffs. That's unless the same refs are there to give it to them.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#25 Dec 10, 2007
First of all, I have to give the Lions credit. With their backs against the wall and their season on the line, they gave Dallas their best shot. With that said, Romo delivered as usual--when it counted the most. This is a championship caliber team, and that is a big reason why.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#26 Dec 10, 2007
newanarchy wrote:
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Refs gave you another one, try to deny it.
I will deny it. I'll admit that Roy should have been called for PI, but the same refs missed a blatant late hit on Witten. If anything, the Lions cost themselves the game. All Paris Lenon had to do was fall on the fumble, and he instead kicked it to Kosier. Blame him, if anyone. Stop crying. The Lions played well, and certainly better than anyone gave them a chance to. They couldn't finish the job, and that is why they are not a playoff team. On the other hand, give Romo 2:00 left with no timeouts and 83 yards to go, down by 6, and you get a championship-type performance.
ward

Worcester, MA

#27 Dec 10, 2007
Check out my sports column about the NE Patriots, in "Pat talk 2.0"
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#28 Dec 10, 2007
think again wrote:
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Just like that G.B. vs Dallas game on Nov. 29. That ref gave them that game. Even some sports commentators around the area admit it. Who knows what the outcome would of been had that ref not called that ridiculous penalty.
That is ridiculous. Even if a call or two went the other way in the GB game, there is far from any guarantee that the outcome would be any different. That is pure speculation, period. You cannot blame a double-digit loss on a questionable call. As for the Detroit game, why give the Lions an excuse for losing? They had plenty of opprotunity to seal an upset. They failed to challenge the Gurode fumble recovery, and failed to cover the ball when it was stripped from Romo's hand (what was Paris Lenon thinking?). It is Detroit's fault that the game was lost. Could they have called Roy williams for P.I.? Yes. They also could have called Kenoy Kennedy for a 15-yard personal foul for his late hit on Witten. So what? They called a loose game, but consistently so. Bottom line, the Cowboys are NFC East Champs, and Detroit's season (despite a good effort)is all but over.

“Ave Satanas”

Since: Dec 06

Bratislava, Slovakia

#29 Dec 10, 2007
Did you guys see Kitnas face after the game...priceless LMAO !! I think he was spending too much time praying hahahahahaha !!
newanarchy

Dallas, TX

#30 Dec 10, 2007
cowboyfansince75 wrote:
<quoted text>I will deny it. I'll admit that Roy should have been called for PI, but the same refs missed a blatant late hit on Witten. If anything, the Lions cost themselves the game. All Paris Lenon had to do was fall on the fumble, and he instead kicked it to Kosier. Blame him, if anyone. Stop crying. The Lions played well, and certainly better than anyone gave them a chance to. They couldn't finish the job, and that is why they are not a playoff team. On the other hand, give Romo 2:00 left with no timeouts and 83 yards to go, down by 6, and you get a championship-type performance.
Point is if the right calls were made Detroit should have been up by more than 6 points in the end. But we'll never know because the league always gives the Cowboys an edge. Funny how more and more people are seeing it because it is so freaking blatant, last week and this week and it's gone on all year.
newanarchy

Dallas, TX

#31 Dec 10, 2007
think again wrote:
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Keep the pacifer. You will be needing it soon. Them boyz won't be getting away with it in the playoffs. That's unless the same refs are there to give it to them.
You'll never get the Cowboys fans to admit it because they are the ones receiving the gifts. As far as the playoffs I think the league really wants the Pats Cowboy match up for the Super Bowl because it'll mean more $$$$$$$$$$ for them, so don't expect any upsets in the playoffs, the refs will make sure of that.

“Ave Satanas”

Since: Dec 06

Bratislava, Slovakia

#32 Dec 10, 2007
There sure are a bunch of crybabies in here.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#33 Dec 10, 2007
Paranoia!!! plain and simple. The Cowboys haven't been good in over a decade! Where were those "Cowboy refs" all that time. The LIONS gave the game away, not the refs. Do not give them an excuse. Bad fundamentals (fall on game-ending fumbles) and poor judgement (challenge game-changing calls like the Gurode recovery) lost the game for Detroit. Otherwise, the Lions played a near perfect game. Too bad. They also would have been up by more than 6 if they had not missed a 35 yard fg (but ended up dodging a bullet with Witten's fumble on the goaline, anyway). The officials called a loose game on both sides. I do not recall any pass interference calls, no ticky-tack holding calls, and they even let a blatant personal foul go (unusual, because the victim was a Pro Bowl TE). It was consistent. Complain when it is not. The Dallas Cowboys are 12-1, and the NFC East Champions.
newanarchy

Dallas, TX

#34 Dec 10, 2007
cowboyfansince75 wrote:
Paranoia!!! plain and simple. The Cowboys haven't been good in over a decade! Where were those "Cowboy refs" all that time. The LIONS gave the game away, not the refs. Do not give them an excuse. Bad fundamentals (fall on game-ending fumbles) and poor judgement (challenge game-changing calls like the Gurode recovery) lost the game for Detroit. Otherwise, the Lions played a near perfect game. Too bad. They also would have been up by more than 6 if they had not missed a 35 yard fg (but ended up dodging a bullet with Witten's fumble on the goaline, anyway). The officials called a loose game on both sides. I do not recall any pass interference calls, no ticky-tack holding calls, and they even let a blatant personal foul go (unusual, because the victim was a Pro Bowl TE). It was consistent. Complain when it is not. The Dallas Cowboys are 12-1, and the NFC East Champions.
It's funny, I never heard Aikman pointing out the bad calls that went the Lions way, I guess those happened when nobody was looking or maybe Troy is pro Lions.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#35 Dec 10, 2007
2007 NFC EAST CHAMPIONS!!!!

“Ave Satanas”

Since: Dec 06

Bratislava, Slovakia

#36 Dec 10, 2007
2007 NFC EAST CHAMPIONS !!!!
newanarchy

Dallas, TX

#37 Dec 10, 2007
triple6vamp wrote:
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Wahhhh Wahhhhhh baby want a pacifier.
Want to blow another ref so things go the Cowboys way?
think again

Houston, TX

#38 Dec 10, 2007
cowboyfansince75 wrote:
2007 NFC EAST CHAMPIONS!!!!
And that will be it for "dem boyz" and all you diehard and bandwagon fans!
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#39 Dec 11, 2007
think again wrote:
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And that will be it for "dem boyz" and all you diehard and bandwagon fans!
I don't see anyone stopping a trip to Arizona this year, but even if someone does, this is the first division title for the Cowboys in 10 years!

“Ave Satanas”

Since: Dec 06

Bratislava, Slovakia

#40 Dec 11, 2007
newanarchy wrote:
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Want to blow another ref so things go the Cowboys way?
Wow you still crying..somebody get this baby a bib.

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