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Dallas players lament loss; Phillips points to bright side

There are 22 comments on the El Paso Times story from Jan 14, 2008, titled Dallas players lament loss; Phillips points to bright side. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

No NFC championship game at home, no shot at a record sixth Super Bowl. That 13-3 regular season? The NFL-record 12 Pro Bowlers? All wasted.

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crybaby

El Paso, TX

#1 Jan 15, 2008
oh, boo hoo!!!!! I can't stand it..........
Go Packers!!!!!!!!!!
cowboy hater 1 million

Dallas, TX

#2 Jan 15, 2008
im glad dallas got exposed for the team they truly are. no special teams,bad defense with no big play makers and a decent offense. six straight playoff loses and cowboy fans are already making guarantees about next years super bowl. KEEP CRYING t.o WE LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!
cabo romo

Lafayette, LA

#3 Jan 15, 2008
Romo is not Pro Bowl material. Romo is average. Maybe the NFL can hold an AverageBowl in Cabo San Lucas Mexico. Romo is better off returning to Cabo on Pro Bowl Weekend

“Go Bears and White Sox”

Since: Jan 08

Brookfield

#4 Jan 15, 2008
Wade Phillips sucks
Cowboyup

Honolulu, HI

#5 Jan 15, 2008
Hey Bears fan, Cabo, I million and crybaby. One thing you all have in common, the Cowboys owned your teams this year. Packers may win this weekend, but you did not beat the cowboys. If an average Romo does that, just wait til next year, its time to go bear hunting. And pleae someone tell me, what the hell is a packer, and what does it have to do with people who put cheese on their head, strange, strange people, must be the cold.
Cabo Romo

Lafayette, LA

#6 Jan 16, 2008
Hey CowboyUP, maybe Romo can get a cowboy cheerleader pregnant just in time for next year playoffs. He is awesome 0-for -2 . guaranteed to be a one and done quarterback. he likes trashy
Cabo Romo

Lafayette, LA

#7 Jan 16, 2008
I can see it now.... Romo resting at the playboy mansion next year preparing for the playoffs. Mark my words!
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#8 Jan 16, 2008
Cabo Romo wrote:
I can see it now.... Romo resting at the playboy mansion next year preparing for the playoffs. Mark my words!
Sounds like someone in a sh1thole like Eunice is a little jealous of Romo's success with the ladies. Romo was prepared enough to lead two 90+ yard TD drives and was on his way to another when Crayton dropped (one of two) a 3rd down pass that caused them to settle for three. Did Romo's trip to Cabo make Crayton drop balls that cost them the game? Did it make the defense give up a TD drive with 53 seconds left on the clock before halftime? That would have to be some trip. If he had gone home to Burlington, would that be any different, because that's about how far he travelled? Eunice, huh? I'm sorry...
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#9 Jan 16, 2008
Congratulations to the NY Giants. I think they actually have a shot at Lambeau, although (with Dallas eliminated)I have to admit I would like to see old man Farve get his shot at Brady and the Pats. Either way, I'm an NFC guy, and I'll cheer either team until after Super Bowl Sunday.
Cowboyup

Honolulu, HI

#10 Jan 16, 2008
Hey Cabo, obviously you know nothing about football, Tony's problem was not what he did, it was the lack of protection and receptions by the other Cowboy players. Who are you, what is with this mindless banter towards Romo, what are you like in love with him, did he turn you down, not sign your pink teddy bear, what is it. Maybe you should take another pill and go back in your padded cell. Oh yeah and subscribe to sporting news or something, read the articles, and learn about what you are saying before you say it.

“Go Bears and White Sox”

Since: Jan 08

Brookfield

#11 Jan 16, 2008
Cowboyup wrote:
Hey Bears fan, Cabo, I million and crybaby. One thing you all have in common, the Cowboys owned your teams this year. Packers may win this weekend, but you did not beat the cowboys. If an average Romo does that, just wait til next year, its time to go bear hunting. And pleae someone tell me, what the hell is a packer, and what does it have to do with people who put cheese on their head, strange, strange people, must be the cold.
That may be true but Wade Phillips still sucks and always will.
Cowboyup

Honolulu, HI

#12 Jan 16, 2008
Is that all you've got, boy have a team that does nothing all year really takes the fight out of you doesn't it. All you can say is Phillips sucks, thats it, boring. I guess when you cheer for consistent loosers, Bears, Sox, that it just makes you numb in the head.
But nothing takes the cake more than a Bears fan cheering for the Packers, thats like Jesus taking sides with Satan, I mean you are definately going to hell now, your own kind in Chcago will now disown you, boy you are confused.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#13 Jan 16, 2008
Bearsfanchicago wrote:
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That may be true but Wade Phillips still sucks and always will.
Last time I checked he has as many SB titles as Lovie Smith (0), and a whole lot more wins as a head coach.

“Go Bears and White Sox”

Since: Jan 08

Brookfield

#14 Jan 16, 2008
cowboyfansince75 wrote:
<quoted text>Last time I checked he has as many SB titles as Lovie Smith (0), and a whole lot more wins as a head coach.
Of course he has more wins - he followed Dan Reeves and Bill Parcells....had pretty good first years behind those two great coaches...

“Go Bears and White Sox”

Since: Jan 08

Brookfield

#15 Jan 16, 2008
Cowboyup wrote:
Is that all you've got, boy have a team that does nothing all year really takes the fight out of you doesn't it. All you can say is Phillips sucks, thats it, boring. I guess when you cheer for consistent loosers, Bears, Sox, that it just makes you numb in the head.
But nothing takes the cake more than a Bears fan cheering for the Packers, thats like Jesus taking sides with Satan, I mean you are definately going to hell now, your own kind in Chcago will now disown you, boy you are confused.
It is true - I do look for other things since every team I like sucks!! hehe

You've got to have some respect for Brett Favre though. He is a great QB, with a very young team and look how far they have come. No one ever expected this....

Just for the record - The Ravens and Raiders suck and I hate them
Cowboyup

Honolulu, HI

#16 Jan 16, 2008
Man I hope you're in therapy.
conejo915

Salt Lake City, UT

#17 Jan 16, 2008
the cowboys beat themselfs.so stop blaming romo. it was all of them screwing up.so until next year go cowboys
Cowboyup

Honolulu, HI

#18 Jan 16, 2008
Amen, but the O-line on a whole did improve from the previous year, heres looking to next year. They definately need to eliminate those stupid penalies Jerry Jones needs to start fining them or something.
superpacker

El Paso, TX

#19 Jan 18, 2008
"the cowboys beat themselfs.so stop blaming romo. it was all of them screwing up.so until next year go cowboys"

sounds like a broken record. "wait till next year, screech, wait till next year, screech,........."

As long as Jerry "Satin" Jones owns the team they will never be successful. Remember when he arrived in Dallas and quickly fired the legend?(Tom Landry) You don't do that to a man like that. The cowgirls are paying for that mistake.

Jones is charging 150 thousand dollars to the rights to purchase tickets in the new stadium. THAT'S 150 THOUSAND DOLLARS!!!!!!! That doesn't include the price of the actual tickets. For what?
to see that crap? The citizens of Arlington paid for the new stadium and now can't afford to see a game.

The Packers are owned by the fans of Green Bay, not some greedy dictator.

Go Pack, Go.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#20 Jan 18, 2008
superpacker wrote:
"the cowboys beat themselfs.so stop blaming romo. it was all of them screwing up.so until next year go cowboys"
sounds like a broken record. "wait till next year, screech, wait till next year, screech,........."
As long as Jerry "Satin" Jones owns the team they will never be successful. Remember when he arrived in Dallas and quickly fired the legend?(Tom Landry) You don't do that to a man like that. The cowgirls are paying for that mistake.
Jones is charging 150 thousand dollars to the rights to purchase tickets in the new stadium. THAT'S 150 THOUSAND DOLLARS!!!!!!! That doesn't include the price of the actual tickets. For what?
to see that crap? The citizens of Arlington paid for the new stadium and now can't afford to see a game.
The Packers are owned by the fans of Green Bay, not some greedy dictator.
Go Pack, Go.
That is the dumbest, and most inaccurate post on this thread. They would never have acquired the talent they had in the 90's without Jerry Jones firing Tom Landry and moving forward with Jimmy Johnson. Sure, we were all upset then, but now we have the retrospective wisdom to see that it had to be done. we also respect Jones for having the courage to execute the task that brought Tez Schramm and the rest of the country to tears in 1989. 3 more Super Bowl titles later, how can you even question that decision? Did you get the timeline screwed up? Jerry also grew within himself enough to know he needed help. He brought in Jeff Ireland and Bill Parcells. Now they are one of the most talented teams in the NFL. He also recognized that after Parcells left, the team was weary of that outdated coaching style. He brought in someone that everyone who has ever worked with him respects and enjoys playing/coaching for and working with. That breathed new life into the Cowboys. If Patrick Crayton doesn't choke, they're still in this thing! as for the season tickets, I'm already in line. Jones waited until everyone who had the funds to do so built a new stadium, and promised to buil;d one just a little better. With this project, he has guaranteed that the Cowboys facility will be the ultimate envy of the entire league for at least the next twenty years. A smart and benevolent dictator is much better than a communal ownership group. This is still America, the capital of the "Capitalist Universe", isn't it? I thought so. Take your socialistic ideals about corporate business somewhere else. There is a reason that Texas is the most economically productive state in the union (because it is the center of modern American capitalism), just as there is a reason that Dallas leads the league in merchandise sales year after year. Just concentrate on cheering the Packers in the Super Bowl (I will). I cannot bear the thought of another NFC loss(crossed fingers). To heck with Belicheat! Here's to hoping Farve plays better in Glendale ,Arizona than he ever has in Irving, Texas(yes, I brought up 0-9).

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