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  • #31
    Oh I know, Garrett needs to get his **** together. He called pass three times on the one yard line. Once out of a shotgun formation. (Romo checked to run)
    Ugh. He's just making things more difficult for us. We only averaged 8 yards per carry and their D proved to be extemly soft up the middle, what's one more yard? grrr.

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    • #32
      Like i said, Wade needs to grow some balls and tell him he's ******* up.

      And did anyone else notice that zone coverage was just about non-existent this game? Whaddaya know, our guys shut them down completely. Newman played Smith about as well as you can.

      Our defense still needs to clean up their tackling though, especially our secondary. Mike Jenkins missed some pretty big tackles, and our safeties ******* suck donkey balls. The pressure needs some tweaking also because Delhomme needs to get beat up a lot more than he got today. Although not as much worried as there was noticeably less blitzing because of the constant double teaming of Smith.

      There's a lot that needs improving, but this is a very good team.

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      • #33
        I don't want to hear any criticism of our WRs or the passing attack. They were playing a two deep shell for basically the entirety of that game and all the down-the-field stuff was being taken away.

        Not just that, but we play about 50-60% of our downs with two or more TEs in the game. In fact, I would bet that about 20% of our plays today had only a single WR in the game. That means not a lot of reps for the 3rd and 4th guy. Combine that with the 2 deep coverage they played and you see why neither Hurd or Austin had much effect on the game.

        Now look at the 32 runs for 212 yards and the 9 receptions for Witten, 3 for Choice and 1 for Jones and you see that we still took advantage of what the D was giving us. It was in no way a lack of ability to get the WRs the ball or us struggling to move the ball in the first place. We had 450 yards, and would have scored 30+ for the 3rd straight game if we had not had such a breakdown in discipline and execution at key points during what should have been scoring drives.

        The negatives in this one come down to key penalties and a couple of missed assignments in pass pro, its that simple. That's the only thing that kept this game from being a complete laugher right from the beginning. And that's not an excuse. If we don't get that crap fixed, we can kiss the playoffs good-bye, let alone any talk about reaching the SB.
        Originally posted by 21ST
        He was protecting his self
        Originally posted by tjsunstein
        From what? His leg?
        Originally posted by Paranoidmoonduck
        That leg has had it out for him since day 1.
        "We're the quiet guys, the guys before the storm. And then we hit you."

        DeMarcus Ware

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        • #34
          Allow me to offer some comments on Jason Garrett's goal line playcalling -- about 40 kinds of ****** up.

          2 fade routes to the corner of the EZ when they outweigh the opposing d-linemen 30 lbs/man? When the Panthers best run stuffers are out? WTF was he thinking?

          I know what I was thinking when they settled for that fg: The panic button & 1-2 is getting closer & closer.

          Best hit of the night was mega-fatboy Leonard Davis launching a Carolina DB airborne blocking downfield, well actually shoved downfield by Choice. I thought Finally! a return to Dallas FB!

          Scandrick & Igor improved & the defense took away Smith, they were forced to go to Rosario in single coverage to score.

          Romo still took scary chances, that crossfield desperation pass was a heartstopper, but the FB gods were smiling on Dallas, like the offensive PI call that saved a TD. Dallas caught some real breaks at home Monday night. And arent you as sick & tired of Bobby Carpoenter's missed tackles as I am?

          Now Fox has to push that button at 0-3 save his job. And that's too damn bad, Fox is a truly nice guy HC in a profession inhabited by sharks. he's built his team from scratch the right way & now, in keeping with the NFC South tradition, they won it last season so they're doomed to go to the bottom this yr.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by thule View Post
            I can't wait to see Jason Williams...hopefuilly he sees the field this season because barbie doesn't derseve to be on the field.

            Good tough win...Jenkins had a good game today I thought.
            I agree. Carpenter is awful. When is Williams supposed to come back?
            Anyway I don't remember who said that but I also think that Romo was afraid to throw the ball to his WRs... But he played very good in the second half, the entire team played good after halftime... I think we are slowly getting back on track...


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            • #36
              Originally posted by Modano View Post
              ... I think we are slowly getting back on track...
              I agree so long as we keep Tony Turnover, turnover free.

              If we had played crisp lat night I would be happier. We got a huge PI call that changed the game, missed a FG, had silly play calling and a few OL penalties.

              If we don't get those and still win 21-7 -- I would be happier. The score is not the issue -- it is the attitude we play with which as of yet is pretty guh-hay.

              But see what no turnovers does for you???

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              • #37
                This performance is exactly why i wasn't panicking about Romo throwing picks last week. It's all good. That can be easily taken care of.

                What does need adjustment is Garrett. It's getting beat over and over again, but really, he needs to snap the **** out of whatever funk he's in when we get in goal to go situations.

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                • #38
                  I loved the back to back fade calls. The one to Roy "shoudl have " been a td.

                  and I'm not sure what the hell is wrong with Tony to Tellus at the LOS.,..but figure that **** out during the damn week...christ thats two games they weren't even close to on the same page. I throw 2 fades for one simple reason. On 4th we are going to run it in. I wouldn't have kicked the field goal.

                  I don't agree that my/or Garretts for that matter are right...but I got to say I was yelling at the TV to throw the fade again...we just didn't execute. That play should be automatic with Martellus or Roy.

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                  • #39
                    Fades are far from automatic...take the easy points on the ground. We were only averaging 8 yards per carry. ugh. I've never seen a coordinator call so many goal line passes in my life. Really, it should be expected from us. We do it that much. Seems like he's always trying to pad those passing stats instead of making the smart play call.

                    Thanks BoneKrusher^

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                    • #40
                      I would pay to see Garrett call a naked bootleg or QB sneak at the goal.

                      But last night, no excuse, 2nd and Goal at the One.

                      Give me a f*ing brake Jason.

                      As Jimmy Johnson said, keep it simple stupid.

                      Tashard left (2nd)
                      Tashard right (3rd)
                      Tashard up the middle (4th)

                      Rather be rich than right .........

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                      • #41
                        I have to admit that Garrett certainly does have some good potential still but, he is still prone to some very stupid decisions and he gets way too pass happy. He's still not an amazing game manager, either. If the run is working, keep running. See the Giants game. He's going to start costing us games. If we lost yesterday, he would have received a big chunk of the blame with his mismanagement at the goal line.

                        Thanks BoneKrusher^

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                        http://youtube.com/watch?v=2g6S3Anto7c
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by M.O.T.H. View Post
                          I have to admit that Garrett certainly does have some good potential still but, he is still prone to some very stupid decisions and he gets way too pass happy. He's still not an amazing game manager, either. If the run is working, keep running. See the Giants game. He's going to start costing us games. If we lost yesterday, he would have received a big chunk of the blame with his mismanagement at the goal line.
                          I am going to say something here in defense of Red --- if he had a workhorse RB would he call it differently??

                          Sometimes I get the feeling he is trying to keep them fresh even at the expense of driving a nail into the coffin of the competition.

                          MBIII and Felix are proving a bit injury prone and Tashard is fine but not a stud.

                          I would love to see a 45 Runs and 25 Pass game with 25 first downs and 40 minute T.O.P. but that requires a lot more carries than most our guys are accostumed to.

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                          • #43
                            Hmm I don't know... If Roy caught that ball now Garret's would look like he made the right choice. Roy was one on one and had a clear advantage in size. The CB made a good play but he should have caught it. Stupid penalties killed us near the endzone.


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