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There are 236 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Apr 22, 2007, titled NFC East. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

DALLAS COWBOYS 2006 RECORD: 9-7 TOP ACQUISITIONS: OT Leonard Davis ; S Ken Hamlin ; QB Brad Johnson .

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okw

Orlando, FL

#235 Dec 25, 2007
Jeff wrote:
Rammer Jammer and oh you know... 2 Retards.. Your teams are shit this year, face it. You had 4 chances at the superbowl and choked. Your franchise is a joke.. Great Phily won, congratulations on your meaningless win. You can brag about it while you are watching the Cowboys in the playoffs while your sorry team is home.. An yes I can accept a loss. We played bad and beat ourselves. It's not like Phily did ANYTHING to earn a win. If you don't see that you are an idiot..
Did your D stop us? No, Romo made bad throw after bad throw to WIDE OPEN receivers. Offensively you had 2 good plays, Mcnabbs run and Westbrooks run. Also, the last pass Mcnabb made to your tight end to seal the game. The best throw he's made in the last 3 years. That's what I give them credit for. You did enough to win... I guess
Dallas only scored 6 points, but the Philly defense didn't stop them. I would call 6 points being completely shut down, unless this was a baseball or soccer game. Still can't handle a loss - just like a Cowboy fan.

Since: Jul 07

Ripon CA

#236 Dec 25, 2007
okw wrote:
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Dallas only scored 6 points, but the Philly defense didn't stop them. I would call 6 points being completely shut down, unless this was a baseball or soccer game. Still can't handle a loss - just like a Cowboy fan.
It isn't "not handling a loss". No one denied the loss or the fact that our boys did not have a good game.

Here is a note straight off the Eagles website. This is at least an honest assessment of the game.

"McNabb was 23 of 41 for 208 yards and a touchdown,.... He was hardly dominant, getting sacked four times and failing to convert on several third-and-shorts".

The Eagles won, and Dallas loss. Neither team played great, but Dallas played the worse in this game. And that is why the comments have been made the way they have been made. It is hardly not admitting the loss.
okw

Orlando, FL

#237 Dec 25, 2007
PhilSmith wrote:
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It isn't "not handling a loss". No one denied the loss or the fact that our boys did not have a good game.
Here is a note straight off the Eagles website. This is at least an honest assessment of the game.
"McNabb was 23 of 41 for 208 yards and a touchdown,.... He was hardly dominant, getting sacked four times and failing to convert on several third-and-shorts".
The Eagles won, and Dallas loss. Neither team played great, but Dallas played the worse in this game. And that is why the comments have been made the way they have been made. It is hardly not admitting the loss.
Cowboy fans are the worst at this kind of thing - they are much like TO. It is always someone's fault, but rarely theirs.

TO is out and now Romo will become Romo - a young quarterback without any of his receivers double teamed. One and done again this year.

Since: Jul 07

Ripon CA

#238 Dec 25, 2007
okw wrote:
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Cowboy fans are the worst at this kind of thing - they are much like TO. It is always someone's fault, but rarely theirs.
TO is out and now Romo will become Romo - a young quarterback without any of his receivers double teamed. One and done again this year.
Are you just being intentional obtuse or are you really this stupid? Repeatedly it's been stated by Cowboy fans that the team did not play well. How does that translate to not being their fault?
okw

Orlando, FL

#239 Dec 25, 2007
PhilSmith wrote:
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Are you just being intentional obtuse or are you really this stupid? Repeatedly it's been stated by Cowboy fans that the team did not play well. How does that translate to not being their fault?
They didn't play well because Philly DID play well - Philly just shut them down. The Dallas defense should be complimented - they kept it close.

Me-O is limping and Romo has a sore thumb. They will come back to earth now. One and done in 2008
Jeff

Liverpool, NY

#240 Dec 26, 2007
You guys are idiots. I never said it wasn't Dallas's fault. It's there fault they lost. It's also their fault the Eagles won. Just because they scored 6 pts doesn't mean the Eagles somehow Dominated them. If you watched the game you saw 1 thing, Romo missing WIDE OPEN receivers. What does Phily have to do with that at all? No significant pressure on Romo, receivers wide open, bad throws, running Julius Jones instead of Barber.
If anybody thinks Phily played "well" that just shows their stupidity.
okw

Orlando, FL

#241 Dec 26, 2007
Jeff wrote:
You guys are idiots. I never said it wasn't Dallas's fault. It's there fault they lost. It's also their fault the Eagles won. Just because they scored 6 pts doesn't mean the Eagles somehow Dominated them. If you watched the game you saw 1 thing, Romo missing WIDE OPEN receivers. What does Phily have to do with that at all? No significant pressure on Romo, receivers wide open, bad throws, running Julius Jones instead of Barber.
If anybody thinks Phily played "well" that just shows their stupidity.
The Eagles did play well - you only scored 6 points. You act like the Eagles D had nothing to do with it - they shut down New England the week before and lost close. Romo is just coming back to reality - he thinks he is a movie star or something. TO will rear his ugly head soon enough, and the season will disintegrate from there.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#242 Dec 26, 2007
okw wrote:
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The Eagles did play well - you only scored 6 points. You act like the Eagles D had nothing to do with it - they shut down New England the week before and lost close. Romo is just coming back to reality - he thinks he is a movie star or something. TO will rear his ugly head soon enough, and the season will disintegrate from there.
I think you are talking to yourself. No one cares about the Philly game (except Eagles fans, because that is all they have this year). The Eagles' "D" is playing well--but too little, too late! You will have to wait until next year with the 19 other teams who will watch the playoffs at home.
Even Romo can have a bad game, but he bounced back just as he always does. This team has 13 wins. Yours has 7. You are what your record says you are.
okw

Orlando, FL

#243 Dec 26, 2007
Philly isn't "my" team - they just beat you. Anybody who beats the Cowboys is okay with me.
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#244 Dec 26, 2007
okw wrote:
Philly isn't "my" team - they just beat you. Anybody who beats the Cowboys is okay with me.
I guess only two teams are okay with you.
Jaganunda Siddiqui

Anderson, SC

#245 Dec 26, 2007
There is shame because of so many posts for this meaningless topic. In Indian culture we say that it is not clever to respect a coach who teaches grown men a child's game. And then I see all of these grown people discussing football while families are neglected and community has criminals and daughters act like prostitutes. It is a shame for the man of the house to spend his good time on football and not protect his daughters and wife from this culture. It is great shame

The British white man Rudyard Kipling wrote a famous poem called Gunga Din. This story is of a Bhisti which is a water carrier for soldiers. It is a very poor and bad occupation and is a slave. Many people grew up listening to this poem and felt embarrassed at having white British men own our country.

Now we use DVDs of football to show our children a lesson in America. In America the black people were once slaves. Now the sons and daughters of white people in America must bring bottles to squirt the Gatoraide into the mouths of the black people on the football team. This happens during time outs and when the player is not on the field. We laugh and teach our children how the white person is now the slave of the black person.

And on the college newspaper you read only about the football players and you don't read about the other students. You are telling your children that the football players are the important people and your children are not as important as them.

This blog shows that men and women know the color and size of the athletic protection cup of their favorite college football player but do not know what their daughters are doing after school.

“GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

Columbus, OH

#246 Dec 26, 2007
It's a good thing they made Control + C or you might have had to use your spell check more than once! Now if you hit control + A it'll select all of it. After doing so kindly hit the delete button, that will make us much happier lol.
Jaganunda Siddiqui wrote:
There is shame because of so many posts for this meaningless topic. In Indian culture we say that it is not clever to respect a coach who teaches grown men a child's game. And then I see all of these grown people discussing football while families are neglected and community has criminals and daughters act like prostitutes. It is a shame for the man of the house to spend his good time on football and not protect his daughters and wife from this culture. It is great shame
The British white man Rudyard Kipling wrote a famous poem called Gunga Din. This story is of a Bhisti which is a water carrier for soldiers. It is a very poor and bad occupation and is a slave. Many people grew up listening to this poem and felt embarrassed at having white British men own our country.
Now we use DVDs of football to show our children a lesson in America. In America the black people were once slaves. Now the sons and daughters of white people in America must bring bottles to squirt the Gatoraide into the mouths of the black people on the football team. This happens during time outs and when the player is not on the field. We laugh and teach our children how the white person is now the slave of the black person.
And on the college newspaper you read only about the football players and you don't read about the other students. You are telling your children that the football players are the important people and your children are not as important as them.
This blog shows that men and women know the color and size of the athletic protection cup of their favorite college football player but do not know what their daughters are doing after school.

“GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

Columbus, OH

#247 Dec 26, 2007
OMG our season is over we lost to Philly and New England...Gasp our season is over.
cowboyfansince75 wrote:
<quoted text>I guess only two teams are okay with you.

“You are by what you do!”

Since: Apr 07

Seattle, WA

#248 Dec 27, 2007
New York Giants 27; Tampa Bay Bucs 19
cowboyfansince75

Stafford, TX

#249 Dec 27, 2007
N2blaque wrote:
New York Giants 27; Tampa Bay Bucs 19
Against that defense, Eli had better bring more than the 51.9 QB rating he's had in the last 5 games.

“You are by what you do!”

Since: Apr 07

Seattle, WA

#250 Dec 28, 2007
cowboyfansince75 wrote:
<quoted text>Against that defense, Eli had better bring more than the 51.9 QB rating he's had in the last 5 games.
That might be all Eli needs to get the team's first playoff victory since 2000...The running game seems to be holding it's own...I would'nt stress if I were Eli, instead let the defense do what they need to do and from there determine what is best to move the ball down the field!!

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