A Win, and They're In More Than the Playoffs

The debate all week has been about whether Washington-Dallas tomorrow amounts to a big game. Full Story
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ALVIN

United States

#1 Dec 29, 2007
I THINK THAT THE DALLAS COWBOYS WILL WIN THE GAME WITH THEIR SECOND AND THIRD STRINGERS IN THE GAME, THAT'S HOW MUCH MORE TALENTED DALLAS IS.

“True Blue Is Back ”

Since: Aug 07

In Texas

#2 Dec 29, 2007
The Cowboys barely beat Washington last time.
cowboyfansince75

Friendswood, TX

#3 Dec 29, 2007
If Washington cannot beat the Dallas number two's with their "lame-duck" gameplan, they don't deserve to be in the playoffs.
Rick

San Francisco, CA

#4 Dec 29, 2007
Cowboys have nothing to play for. The Cowboys will start with Romo trying to connect with Terry Glenn, run a few different plays and that's it. After that, the back ups for the rest of the game. Cowboys have no reason to show any new packages, plays, or anything on defense. They will save it for the playoffs. That's why the Redskins will win. They will come out with everything they've got and hitting everyone. If I'm Wade Phillips, I tell my team to watch out for big hits. They'll be coming! Try to get out of there without any additional injuries. I like Jacksonville over the Pats in the divisional playoffs.

“True Blue Is Back ”

Since: Aug 07

In Texas

#5 Dec 29, 2007
I'm watching a helluv a game right now between the
Patriots and Giants although it means nothing other that the Patriots won't have their perfect record. It's not over yet so who knows which way it will go.
I agree with every single thing Rick has said up there. And with Cowboyfansince75. The Redskins don't need to go into the playoffs if they can't win against a second string.
Dallas_Girl18

B M Goldwater A F Range, AZ

#6 Dec 29, 2007
The cowboys are looking forward to winning this game. Yes they are worried about our players being hurt, but we all have our eyes on the prize, and so do the cowboys.
Dallas_Girl18

B M Goldwater A F Range, AZ

#7 Dec 29, 2007
I'm with Alvin, we will start off slow then with the second and third stringers, we will end with a big BANG!
tweetleez31

AOL

#8 Dec 29, 2007
I think Dallas is going to play a Great game and beat the pants off of Washington. We are headed to the S.B. GO COWBOYS!!!!!!!!!!
wcn8tive

Virginia Beach, VA

#9 Dec 29, 2007
Would have to agree with the common sense factor, yeah we all want to see a blow out, but fact is the Cowboys have what they need and with anything else you play it smart, you dont risk injuring your key players for a game that is nothing more than bragging rights when you have a prize like the super bowl so close in sight, so much more than it has been in oh so many years... its a race to get that 6 ring, and Americas Team will do it. as for Jillsfavs comment, well your record doesnt have a "barely won" column...13-2, and thats why we have our seat and the foreskins are praying for even a "barely win"....
key

Suffolk, VA

#10 Dec 30, 2007
umm, no...
From a cowboys fan to a redskins fan...the redskins have nothing to show all season, the perception that they are the dark horse, and essentially playing for something greater than themselves is felt in washington alone..Redskins organization is playing against a perfect season by the Pats, a throwback to the 72' dolphins, Favre comback, and a cowyboys team that is not too shabby..In the wake of these media nuggets I think the Redskins are alone in their quest for playing for something greater than themselves, the nation wants a warrior against a Giant.. Something like the cowboys and Pats, or Green bay and pats, not Redskins and pats.; this will be a non-fitting pair..

“True Blue Is Back ”

Since: Aug 07

In Texas

#11 Dec 30, 2007
Well my helluva a game ended with Pats over Giants
38-35. On to Washington. Bradshaw and crew all picked Washington to win today so we shall see.
We are getting close to kick off and I still think
Dallas will play it smart and we may/or may not win this one. As for the "barely won" column up there, I meant in the score of that particular game not the whole season. Cowboys had to fight hard to win that game. Cowboys have been taking the wins even if they were butt ugly. ie-the Bills (we all saw that one) and Panthers (as told by Keith Davis in the after game tunnel interview, a W is a W) He's right but it won't help us against the Pats in the Superbowl. Lets look good while we when. Pat Someral said today if
the Cowboys stay healthy, it will be Pats/Cowboys in Arizona. I agree.
Burgundy and Gold

Woodbridge, VA

#12 Dec 31, 2007
HAHA you were wrong fool!!!! We beat Dallas nice and good last night, Romo looked terrible, and it's a nice preview of when we see you guys after Seattle... HAIL to the Redsksins
ALVIN wrote:
I THINK THAT THE DALLAS COWBOYS WILL WIN THE GAME WITH THEIR SECOND AND THIRD STRINGERS IN THE GAME, THAT'S HOW MUCH MORE TALENTED DALLAS IS.
AZ Skin Fan

Silver City, NM

#13 Jan 1, 2008
I like your logic True Blue. A few weeks ago I was of the same mind set. Some of my first memories in life were watching skins games with my dad. You know how I feel about Dallas.

I had told my Cowboy buddies that I would be pulling for Dallas against New England in the SB if Dallas goes. After seeing the fear in the Cowboys eyes on Sunday, I'd prefer to see the Skins playing the Patriots. I hate the Pats more than the Cowboys now. The Boys looked weak in DC. A "warrior" does not lay down on the field of battle as Dallas did on Sunday. A warrior instills fear, confusion and a fealing of hopelessness in the heart and mind of the enemy. Romo was pulled at 20-3 in DC to save his soul for the 2008 season and to create the impression that we Dallas did not try. He'll need more "You can Do It Tony" emotional intelligence counseling after this season as well. I can't wait for the butt kicking in Irving. It will be one for the ages.

“True Blue Is Back ”

Since: Aug 07

In Texas

#14 Jan 1, 2008
Yes my thoughts were pretty logical. Then we sit back and watch the debaucle at Washington. Tony played for 3qtrs and nothing. He goes back over to
the bench and throws his raincoat. Julius is mouthing and upset on the sidelines especially when Barber went back in instead of him. Those weren't the actions of complacent men. Those were the actions of men who wanted to win but were playing like crap. Sure the plays were going to be
vanilla, but we couldn't even execute vanilla plays. All week Wade said we are going to play to win this for the integrity of the game and then comes back to say I didn't get them ready. Please
spare me! Wade got paid for nothing that week. Tony got paid for nothing and the list goes on.
Meanwhile, us hard working folks are paying hard
earned money to watch an effort remincient of high
school ball. Two weeks is all you have to heal and get it together. Wade says we'll be ready. Can
we believe what he says after what he said last week? Let's step out on the limb and keep the faith that Wade is right and the Cowboys play like
they are Conference Champs in the NFL.
Corey J

Statesville, NC

#15 Jan 1, 2008
The Cowboys didn't show up to the game and were well on there way to a butt-whoppin when the first stringers came out. T.O. and Newman were the only 2 starters who didn't play. The rest of the starters played the entire first half and let's face it they got beat. The Redskins go into the playoffs the Best team in the NFC at the moment.
cowboyfansince75 wrote:
If Washington cannot beat the Dallas number two's with their "lame-duck" gameplan, they don't deserve to be in the playoffs.
cowboyfansince75

Friendswood, TX

#16 Jan 2, 2008
Corey J wrote:
The Cowboys didn't show up to the game and were well on there way to a butt-whoppin when the first stringers came out. T.O. and Newman were the only 2 starters who didn't play. The rest of the starters played the entire first half and let's face it they got beat. The Redskins go into the playoffs the Best team in the NFC at the moment.
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What about Gurode, Ratliff, and Watkins (had taken starting spot for Roy Williams)? Canty only played two series. You also have to take into account that the Cowboys came out with no gameplan to beat Washington. Why would they, considering they might see them again?
sprbowlbound

Chardon, OH

#17 Jan 2, 2008
new season/everyone starts over

“True Blue Is Back ”

Since: Aug 07

In Texas

#18 Jan 3, 2008
Yes, We are starting again on Jan. 13th and Wade said the practice looked really good today. I so want to believe him. Come on Cowboys lets kick some yankee butt!!!!

“True Blue Is Back ”

Since: Aug 07

In Texas

#19 Jan 4, 2008
TO still isn't on that foot.
cowboyfansince75

Friendswood, TX

#20 Jan 5, 2008
Jillsfavs wrote:
TO still isn't on that foot.
He is out of the protective boot and expected to fully participate in practice all week.

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