Cowboys Laughing Stock of the NFL Dra...

Cowboys Laughing Stock of the NFL Draft after their First Round Pick

There are 60 comments on the TheLandryHat story from Apr 26, 2013, titled Cowboys Laughing Stock of the NFL Draft after their First Round Pick. In it, TheLandryHat reports that:

Going into the NFL Draft, it was rumored the Dallas Cowboys had 15 players they coveted on their big board within the first round.

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“I Am "The Coach"!”

Since: Jun 13

Santa Barbara, CA

#44 Jun 7, 2013
FLORIDA SWAMPER wrote:
<quoted text>WE WON'T BE PLAYING YOUR TEAM HEAD TO HEAD BUT I KNOW A LOT OF TEAMS WILL BE READY TO. ANYTIME YOU HAVE A CHAMPION OR AN AWARD WINNER, THAT PUTS A BULLS EYE ON THEIR BACK.
You are actually right on this subject. The historical facts show that while a champion from a previous year remains successful, their percentage to repeat again as the champion is much lower because the expectation is greater and the level of competition of their common opponents is elevated both physically and mentally when in direct opposition.

The common goal of success here for all sports franchises is becoming that sport's champion. It is found that the players level of intensity matches the perception of the importance of defeating the various opponent that is deemed as the very best in that particular sport.

“Pillars of Creation....”

Since: Jan 11

Into this world we're thrown

#45 Jun 7, 2013
Hey the Vikings got 3 of Dallas' top rated 13 players, and big D didnt get any of em...........

“Long Season Ahead”

Since: Nov 08

Lakewood, CA

#46 Jun 7, 2013
FLORIDA SWAMPER wrote:
<quoted text>WE WON'T BE PLAYING YOUR TEAM HEAD TO HEAD BUT I KNOW A LOT OF TEAMS WILL BE READY TO. ANYTIME YOU HAVE A CHAMPION OR AN AWARD WINNER, THAT PUTS A BULLS EYE ON THEIR BACK.
Agree. But his work outs here in California have been pretty amazing. He's a nice kid from a good family. What you think about Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater? He's pretty amazing to. He could be in the mix as well as Marcus Mariota from Oregon. Mariota has a younger brother who I saw in Hawaii at a camp. Great athlete.

“UCLA Bruin Voice Of Reason!”

Since: Jun 11

West Hollywood, CA

#47 Jun 9, 2013
Just Me Wolfie wrote:
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Agree. But his work outs here in California have been pretty amazing.
Oh joy Miss Wolfie, you mean you are here back in town :)

What time would you like me to drop by and go over your latest book writings :)

“Long Season Ahead”

Since: Nov 08

Lakewood, CA

#48 Jun 9, 2013
PEE PEE PETE wrote:
<quoted text>Oh joy Miss Wolfie, you mean you are here back in town :)
What time would you like me to drop by and go over your latest book writings :)
Hon you can't afford the air in my zip code. But you can try to come by...if you can get through our security and guards. LMAO!

“UCLA Bruin Voice Of Reason!”

Since: Jun 11

West Hollywood, CA

#49 Jun 9, 2013
Just Me Wolfie wrote:
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Hon you can't afford the air in my zip code. But you can try to come by...if you can get through our security and guards. LMAO!
Hee hee Miss Wolfie, I always love your humorous twist ;)

Did you know that besides my partner Jonathan being an excellent manicurist, he also did a stint in the Navy as a security specialist. Maybe we could come by and play hide n' seek :)

We do the at home but it has a much "different" ending. Don't put that in your book ;)

“Long Season Ahead”

Since: Nov 08

Lakewood, CA

#50 Jun 9, 2013
PEE PEE PETE wrote:
<quoted text>Hee hee Miss Wolfie, I always love your humorous twist ;)

Did you know that besides my partner Jonathan being an excellent manicurist, he also did a stint in the Navy as a security specialist. Maybe we could come by and play hide n' seek :)

We do the at home but it has a much "different" ending. Don't put that in your book ;)
Our guard will have you in cuffs in minutes. LOL!

“UCLA Bruin Voice Of Reason!”

Since: Jun 11

West Hollywood, CA

#51 Jun 9, 2013
Just Me Wolfie wrote:
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Our guard will have you in cuffs in minutes. LOL!
Promises, promises ;)

Does he wear black leather :)

“Long Season Ahead”

Since: Nov 08

Lakewood, CA

#52 Jun 10, 2013
PEE PEE PETE wrote:
<quoted text>Promises, promises ;)
Does he wear black leather :)
No a black suit dumb ass.

“UCLA Bruin Voice Of Reason!”

Since: Jun 11

West Hollywood, CA

#53 Jun 10, 2013
Just Me Wolfie wrote:
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No a black suit dumb ass.
Not quite as enticing I must say, but if the suit is form fitting on a nicely chiseled body, then Mister hunk guard can cuff away ;)

Go Bruins, Go Wolfie's place, Go Guards, Go Tackles, Go Receivers and Tight Ends!

“Long Season Ahead”

Since: Nov 08

Lakewood, CA

#54 Jun 10, 2013
PEE PEE PETE wrote:
<quoted text>Not quite as enticing I must say, but if the suit is form fitting on a nicely chiseled body, then Mister hunk guard can cuff away ;)
Go Bruins, Go Wolfie's place, Go Guards, Go Tackles, Go Receivers and Tight Ends!
Really? Haul your ass to Hermosa Beach.

“UCLA Bruin Voice Of Reason!”

Since: Jun 11

West Hollywood, CA

#55 Jun 10, 2013
Just Me Wolfie wrote:
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Really? Haul your ass to Hermosa Beach.
Oh yum! Would I at least have time to read through your book drafts prior to the cops with cuffs horseplay ;)

I could always come by Friday prior to heading over to MBD's place in Manhattan for the weekly Bruin hot tub time machine party :)

Go Bruins, Go South Bay and all its "fun"!

“I Am "The Coach"!”

Since: Jun 13

Santa Barbara, CA

#56 Jun 10, 2013
Just Me Wolfie wrote:
<quoted text>
Agree. But his work outs here in California have been pretty amazing. He's a nice kid from a good family. What you think about Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater? He's pretty amazing to. He could be in the mix as well as Marcus Mariota from Oregon. Mariota has a younger brother who I saw in Hawaii at a camp. Great athlete.
If you don't mind Coach Orwin chiming in here, Teddy Bridgewater has consistently produced admirable statistical numbers even going back to his high school days where I believe his team played for the state title in Florida.

As a Louisville freshman in 2011, Bridgewater became the starting quarterback during the Cardinals fourth game of the season and remained the starter the rest of the year. He finished the season completing 191 of 296 passes for 2,129 yards with 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. For his play he was named the Big East Rookie of the Year and was named a freshman All-American by all the major media analysts ( Rivals.com , Scout.com , CBS Sports and Sporting News)

As a sophomore in 2012 he started 11 of 12 regular season games (his only non-starting action because of injury) to lead his team to a Big East title and a berth to the BCS. He finished the regular season completing 267 of 387 passes for 3,452 yards with 25 touchdowns and just 7 interceptions. He finished 6th in the nation in completion percentage, 8th in yards per attempt, and 7th in passing efficiency. For his play, he was named the Big East Offensive Player of the Year.

Bridgewater and his Cardinals football team entered the 2013 Sugar Bowl against the Florida Gators as decided underdogs. Although Florida boasted the nation's #1 pass efficiency defense, Bridgewater passed for 266 yards and a pair of touchdowns to become the game's MVP in a 33-23 win.

“Long Season Ahead”

Since: Nov 08

Lakewood, CA

#57 Jun 10, 2013
COACH ORWIN wrote:
<quoted text>If you don't mind Coach Orwin chiming in here, Teddy Bridgewater has consistently produced admirable statistical numbers even going back to his high school days where I believe his team played for the state title in Florida.
As a Louisville freshman in 2011, Bridgewater became the starting quarterback during the Cardinals fourth game of the season and remained the starter the rest of the year. He finished the season completing 191 of 296 passes for 2,129 yards with 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. For his play he was named the Big East Rookie of the Year and was named a freshman All-American by all the major media analysts ( Rivals.com , Scout.com , CBS Sports and Sporting News)
As a sophomore in 2012 he started 11 of 12 regular season games (his only non-starting action because of injury) to lead his team to a Big East title and a berth to the BCS. He finished the regular season completing 267 of 387 passes for 3,452 yards with 25 touchdowns and just 7 interceptions. He finished 6th in the nation in completion percentage, 8th in yards per attempt, and 7th in passing efficiency. For his play, he was named the Big East Offensive Player of the Year.
Bridgewater and his Cardinals football team entered the 2013 Sugar Bowl against the Florida Gators as decided underdogs. Although Florida boasted the nation's #1 pass efficiency defense, Bridgewater passed for 266 yards and a pair of touchdowns to become the game's MVP in a 33-23 win.
Thanks for such an interesting post. Bridgewater is a fantastic player and the thing I like about him is he's not full of himself. Nice kid. Works hard.

He's a must watch QB this season.

Again...fantastic post.

:)
FLORIDA SWAMPER

Jacksonville, FL

#58 Jun 11, 2013
COACH ORWIN wrote:
<quoted text>You are actually right on this subject. The historical facts show that while a champion from a previous year remains successful, their percentage to repeat again as the champion is much lower because the expectation is greater and the level of competition of their common opponents is elevated both physically and mentally when in direct opposition.
The common goal of success here for all sports franchises is becoming that sport's champion. It is found that the players level of intensity matches the perception of the importance of defeating the various opponent that is deemed as the very best in that particular sport.
THE GATORS ALMOST WON BACK TO BACK IN 2006 & 2008. THE FACT ALABAMA HAS WON 3 OF THE LAST 4 YEARS IS IMPRESSIVE, BUT THEN AGAIN SO IS THE SEC
FLORIDA SWAMPER

Jacksonville, FL

#59 Jun 11, 2013
Just Me Wolfie wrote:
<quoted text>
Agree. But his work outs here in California have been pretty amazing. He's a nice kid from a good family. What you think about Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater? He's pretty amazing to. He could be in the mix as well as Marcus Mariota from Oregon. Mariota has a younger brother who I saw in Hawaii at a camp. Great athlete.
YEAH THAT BRIGEWATER CAT SURE SURPRISED US LAST YEAR. THE QUARTERBACK FROM OREGON IS REALLY GOOD TOO
FLORIDA SWAMPER

Jacksonville, FL

#60 Jun 11, 2013
COACH ORWIN wrote:
<quoted text>If you don't mind Coach Orwin chiming in here, Teddy Bridgewater has consistently produced admirable statistical numbers even going back to his high school days where I believe his team played for the state title in Florida.
As a Louisville freshman in 2011, Bridgewater became the starting quarterback during the Cardinals fourth game of the season and remained the starter the rest of the year. He finished the season completing 191 of 296 passes for 2,129 yards with 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. For his play he was named the Big East Rookie of the Year and was named a freshman All-American by all the major media analysts ( Rivals.com , Scout.com , CBS Sports and Sporting News)
As a sophomore in 2012 he started 11 of 12 regular season games (his only non-starting action because of injury) to lead his team to a Big East title and a berth to the BCS. He finished the regular season completing 267 of 387 passes for 3,452 yards with 25 touchdowns and just 7 interceptions. He finished 6th in the nation in completion percentage, 8th in yards per attempt, and 7th in passing efficiency. For his play, he was named the Big East Offensive Player of the Year.
Bridgewater and his Cardinals football team entered the 2013 Sugar Bowl against the Florida Gators as decided underdogs. Although Florida boasted the nation's #1 pass efficiency defense, Bridgewater passed for 266 yards and a pair of touchdowns to become the game's MVP in a 33-23 win.
YOU COULD HAVE LEFT OUT YOUR LAST PARAGRAPH TO NOT REMIND US GATOR FANS

“Long Season Ahead”

Since: Nov 08

Lakewood, CA

#61 Jun 11, 2013
FLORIDA SWAMPER wrote:
<quoted text>YEAH THAT BRIGEWATER CAT SURE SURPRISED US LAST YEAR. THE QUARTERBACK FROM OREGON IS REALLY GOOD TOO
And Mariota has a younger brother. We have him to look forward to.

“UCLA Bruin Voice Of Reason!”

Since: Jun 11

West Hollywood, CA

#62 Jun 11, 2013
Just Me Wolfie wrote:
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And Mariota has a younger brother. We have him to look forward to.
Oh my, I definitely like younger brothers ;)

“I Am "The Coach"!”

Since: Jun 13

Santa Barbara, CA

#63 Jun 11, 2013
Just Me Wolfie wrote:
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Thanks for such an interesting post. Bridgewater is a fantastic player and the thing I like about him is he's not full of himself. Nice kid. Works hard.
He's a must watch QB this season.
Again...fantastic post.
:)
Thank you very much.

Yes Bridgewater is a good kid. The other young man you make mention of is Matthew Mariota, the younger brother of Marcus.

Currently listed as a free safety out of St Louis HS in Honolulu, HI, his raw talent is already being compared to older brother Marcus.

With Marcus being a potential Heisman candidate, that is very high praise for this young man.

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