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Old 11-29-2006, 05:06 PM    (permalink
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Back to the discussion between landry and nelson... Personally i would rather have nelson, but does anyone think we might go landry for the simple fact that he is from LSU (if hes still around)? we have spears and james starting on our team and we have drafted other players from LSU; It seems to be one of the schools parcells likes to pull from.
BP does like LSU, and I think Landry is just better, so I'm a Landry guy.
I don't think anyone here is opposed to Landry. However just voiced that he doesn't hold enough value to trade up for. He will likely be the first S off the board so we really don't have a shot outside of moving up.
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Well, guys, big news here. Today the new Aikman Efficiency Ratings are out, and for the first time this year your Dallas Cowboys are on top.

Rec_Team_______Comb__Off______Def_Off_Def_Combined
1 7-4 Dallas...........170.3....88.2.........82.1 4 4 8
2 9-2 San Diego.....170.2....96.4.........73.8 5 9 14
3 9-2 Chicago........169.4....76.0.........93.4 13 1 14
4 8-3 New England 168.8....82.4..........86.4 7 6 13
5 9-2 Baltimore......168.5....73.9.........94.6 25 2 27
6 6-5 Jacksonville...166.5....79.2.........87.3 17 3 20
7 10-1 Indianapolis 162.4.....93.7.........68.7 3 13 16
8 7-4 Denver.........160.3....79.1..........81.2 22 16 38
9 7-4 Kansas City..156.4.....81.2.........75.2 15 12 27
10 6-5 Cincinnati....154.8.....83.9........70.9 8 31 39

I'm not sure if you all are familiar with the formula, but most critics have agreed that the AER is a much better gauge of the quality of a team, both offensively and defensively than the traditional methods of YPG or PPG. The only significant factor that is not taken into account is TOs.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9836531
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Back to the discussion between landry and nelson... Personally i would rather have nelson, but does anyone think we might go landry for the simple fact that he is from LSU (if hes still around)? we have spears and james starting on our team and we have drafted other players from LSU; It seems to be one of the schools parcells likes to pull from.
BP does like LSU, and I think Landry is just better, so I'm a Landry guy.
I don't think anyone here is opposed to Landry. However just voiced that he doesn't hold enough value to trade up for. He will likely be the first S off the board so we really don't have a shot outside of moving up.
Im not opposed to him either, i would just rather have the better ballhawk at FS. At his point either one would be a great pick up if we could get them and overall i think Landry is the better player. I believe hes bigger and more physical, yet he can still cover. For our purposes though i think Nelson may have a slight edge in the speed and coverage areas and we already have Roy to compliment that.
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Well, guys, big news here. Today the new Aikman Efficiency Ratings are out, and for the first time this year your Dallas Cowboys are on top.

Rec_Team_______Comb__Off______Def_Off_Def_Combined
1 7-4 Dallas...........170.3....88.2.........82.1 4 4 8
2 9-2 San Diego.....170.2....96.4.........73.8 5 9 14
3 9-2 Chicago........169.4....76.0.........93.4 13 1 14
4 8-3 New England 168.8....82.4..........86.4 7 6 13
5 9-2 Baltimore......168.5....73.9.........94.6 25 2 27
6 6-5 Jacksonville...166.5....79.2.........87.3 17 3 20
7 10-1 Indianapolis 162.4.....93.7.........68.7 3 13 16
8 7-4 Denver.........160.3....79.1..........81.2 22 16 38
9 7-4 Kansas City..156.4.....81.2.........75.2 15 12 27
10 6-5 Cincinnati....154.8.....83.9........70.9 8 31 39

I'm not sure if you all are familiar with the formula, but most critics have agreed that the AER is a much better gauge of the quality of a team, both offensively and defensively than the traditional methods of YPG or PPG. The only significant factor that is not taken into account is TOs.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9836531
Based on the Footballoustiders.com metrics the Cowboys are one of only two teams with an offense and defense in the top 10, and the only team with an offense and defense in the top 5 (4th in both btw). According to their metrics there hasn't been an SB winner with a defense not rated in the top 15 and only 2 not in the top 10 since 1994 (the first year of their metrics).

Again, it begs the question. How bad is our FS situation or our OL situation if we are the only team in top 5 on both sides of the ball?
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Well, guys, big news here. Today the new Aikman Efficiency Ratings are out, and for the first time this year your Dallas Cowboys are on top.

Rec_Team_______Comb__Off______Def_Off_Def_Combined
1 7-4 Dallas...........170.3....88.2.........82.1 4 4 8
2 9-2 San Diego.....170.2....96.4.........73.8 5 9 14
3 9-2 Chicago........169.4....76.0.........93.4 13 1 14
4 8-3 New England 168.8....82.4..........86.4 7 6 13
5 9-2 Baltimore......168.5....73.9.........94.6 25 2 27
6 6-5 Jacksonville...166.5....79.2.........87.3 17 3 20
7 10-1 Indianapolis 162.4.....93.7.........68.7 3 13 16
8 7-4 Denver.........160.3....79.1..........81.2 22 16 38
9 7-4 Kansas City..156.4.....81.2.........75.2 15 12 27
10 6-5 Cincinnati....154.8.....83.9........70.9 8 31 39

I'm not sure if you all are familiar with the formula, but most critics have agreed that the AER is a much better gauge of the quality of a team, both offensively and defensively than the traditional methods of YPG or PPG. The only significant factor that is not taken into account is TOs.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9836531
Based on the Footballoustiders.com metrics the Cowboys are one of only two teams with an offense and defense in the top 10, and the only team with an offense and defense in the top 5 (4th in both btw). According to their metrics there hasn't been an SB winner with a defense not rated in the top 15 and only 2 not in the top 10 since 1994 (the first year of their metrics).

Again, it begs the question. How bad is our FS situation or our OL situation if we are the only team in top 5 on both sides of the ball?
I think we're gelling on both sides of the line now. More cohesion is helping us tremendously. If you guys remember when the line was struggling, we were not picking up stunts and blitzes. That's a communication thing, not a physical thing.. Sure Romo has helped, but playing together and learning tendencies has a lot to do with it.
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What is going on with the Giants?

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anyone else think if we go o-line in the first we should check out big number 78?

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Bill said that we'll see a lot more of Watkins in the final 5 weeks.. He has the oppurtunity to show us that we need no Nelson or Landry... I hope so
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Bill said that we'll see a lot more of Watkins in the final 5 weeks.. He has the oppurtunity to show us that we need no Nelson or Landry... I hope so
I really hope he plays well. But even if he plays great, it's still be a position of concern for me.
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my first Cowboys 3 round mock:

Round 1) Justin Blalock - OG - Texas


Round 2) Dwayne Bowe - WR - LSU


Round 3) Josh Wilson - CB - Mayland


again, its my first mock
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thought you guys would enjoy this to help get fired up for sundays big game...
http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2...e=gallo/061131
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I do like Bowe. I think he'll be a much better NFL WR than he was in college. I'd take him in round 2 and be happy with that.
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http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2...e=gallo/061131
Thanks. Funny article. :D
I honestly think that's what they do in their meetings, especially Tiki
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http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2...e=gallo/061131
Thanks. Funny article. :D
I honestly think that's what they do in their meetings, especially Tiki
Yeah it's hilarious.....everybody knows Coughlin can't control his players....I love it :D
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my first Cowboys 3 round mock:

Round 1) Justin Blalock - OG - Texas


Round 2) Dwayne Bowe - WR - LSU


Round 3) Josh Wilson - CB - Mayland


again, its my first mock
I like that mock. Even if the players fall, that is still the route I see we should go. Im still a little wary on picking an O-Lineman early on. With Rogers nor Peterman our early o-lineman haven't panned out great. But I see Blalock being a great fit. Bowe has a bright future. But could be the same as Michael Clayton. I see a lot in Wilson. A faster younger version of Aaron Glenn.
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Some good stuff about why Newman plays the slot in the nickel... from the cowboys blog

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Joyner does not detail how much Glenn’s presence helps the shaky Cowboys safeties, particularly the free safeties Keith Davis and Pat Watkins. Many nickel backs line up in the slot, where many teams put their third receiver. Teams with really good wideouts have in recent years started to line up their biggest and best receivers inside, to create a #1 WR versus a #3 corner mismatch.

One Glenn value is his ability, at age 34, to man an outside position. This allows Dallas to move #1 corner Terence Newman inside, nullifying any interior mismatches defenses want to create. Two games ago, the Colts tried taking advantage of Dallas’ scheme by leaving top wideout Marvin Harrison outside against Glenn, while lining Reggie Wayne inside on Newman and putting their third receiver on Henry.
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Joyner does not detail how much Glenn’s presence helps the shaky Cowboys safeties, particularly the free safeties Keith Davis and Pat Watkins. Many nickel backs line up in the slot, where many teams put their third receiver. Teams with really good wideouts have in recent years started to line up their biggest and best receivers inside, to create a #1 WR versus a #3 corner mismatch.

One Glenn value is his ability, at age 34, to man an outside position. This allows Dallas to move #1 corner Terence Newman inside, nullifying any interior mismatches defenses want to create. Two games ago, the Colts tried taking advantage of Dallas’ scheme by leaving top wideout Marvin Harrison outside against Glenn, while lining Reggie Wayne inside on Newman and putting their third receiver on Henry.
So basically put Newman on the other team's best receiver. A very good idea, I like it.
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Upcoming Cowboys' UFAs and RFAs to sign, or not to sign:

Coleman, Kenyon DE UFA - Yes, good size for what we need at DE for depth
Coleman, Marcus S UFA - No, no explanation needed
Colombo, Marc OT UFA - Yes, he has seemed to show that he is in fact a reliable starter.
Crayton, Patrick WR RFA - Yes, without a doubt, no explanation needed
Fowler, Ryan LB RFA - Yes, our LB core is working great dont break it up
Glymph, Junior LB RFA - Yes, our LB core is working great dont break it up
Gurode, Andre C UFA - Yes, without a doubt, no explanation needed
Johnson, Al C RFA - Yes, a good backup who knows the system who has started before
Jones, Nathan CB RFA - Yes, Glenn is not getting any younger and we will need to draft a replacement for him already
McBriar, Mat P RFA - Yes, without a doubt, no explanation needed
Pierce, Brett TE RFA - Neutral, if they do thats fine, if they don't thats fine
Reeves, Jacques CB RFA - Yes, same reason as Jones' the DBs are working good together and we need to stay young back there
Singleton, Al LB UFA - No, he has not shown me that he fits in the 3-4 scheme
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Upcoming Cowboys' UFAs and RFAs to sign, or not to sign:

Coleman, Kenyon DE UFA - Yes, good size for what we need at DE for depth
Coleman, Marcus S UFA - No, no explanation needed
Colombo, Marc OT UFA - Yes, he has seemed to show that he is in fact a reliable starter.
Crayton, Patrick WR RFA - Yes, without a doubt, no explanation needed
Fowler, Ryan LB RFA - Yes, our LB core is working great dont break it up
Glymph, Junior LB RFA - Yes, our LB core is working great dont break it up
Gurode, Andre C UFA - Yes, without a doubt, no explanation needed
Johnson, Al C RFA - Yes, a good backup who knows the system who has started before
Jones, Nathan CB RFA - Yes, Glenn is not getting any younger and we will need to draft a replacement for him already
McBriar, Mat P RFA - Yes, without a doubt, no explanation needed
Pierce, Brett TE RFA - Neutral, if they do thats fine, if they don't thats fine
Reeves, Jacques CB RFA - Yes, same reason as Jones' the DBs are working good together and we need to stay young back there
Singleton, Al LB UFA - No, he has not shown me that he fits in the 3-4 scheme
I don't know if we keep Johnson. You can't pay a backup too much money. I think that may be the reason we picked up those two guards also. They are very versitile. Both of them can play center if necessary. I also don't think we'll bring Glymph back.
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Jerry Jones said earlier today on the radio when asked if he thought he would spend a first day pick on Mason Crosby he said "I doubt it". He also said he'll never pay big money for a kicker again after Vanderjagt failed so badly.
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Jerry Jones said earlier today on the radio when asked if he thought he would spend a first day pick on Mason Crosby he said "I doubt it". He also said he'll never pay big money for a kicker again after Vanderjagt failed so badly.
not surprising
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Upcoming Cowboys' UFAs and RFAs to sign, or not to sign:

Coleman, Kenyon DE UFA - Yes, good size for what we need at DE for depth
Coleman, Marcus S UFA - No, no explanation needed
Colombo, Marc OT UFA - Yes, he has seemed to show that he is in fact a reliable starter.
Crayton, Patrick WR RFA - Yes, without a doubt, no explanation needed
Fowler, Ryan LB RFA - Yes, our LB core is working great dont break it up
Glymph, Junior LB RFA - Yes, our LB core is working great dont break it up
Gurode, Andre C UFA - Yes, without a doubt, no explanation needed
Johnson, Al C RFA - Yes, a good backup who knows the system who has started before
Jones, Nathan CB RFA - Yes, Glenn is not getting any younger and we will need to draft a replacement for him already
McBriar, Mat P RFA - Yes, without a doubt, no explanation needed
Pierce, Brett TE RFA - Neutral, if they do thats fine, if they don't thats fine
Reeves, Jacques CB RFA - Yes, same reason as Jones' the DBs are working good together and we need to stay young back there
Singleton, Al LB UFA - No, he has not shown me that he fits in the 3-4 scheme
Singleton is a good, solid player who's willing to be a role player. Teams always need guys like that. I think Johnson will be gone, because of the price. My guess is either Reeves or Jones is gone, as well as possibly Fowler, although all three are RFAs, which makes them a little easier to re-sign if we want.
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Jerry Jones said earlier today on the radio when asked if he thought he would spend a first day pick on Mason Crosby he said "I doubt it". He also said he'll never pay big money for a kicker again after Vanderjagt failed so badly.
Thatsucks.WeneedCrosby.

(BTW,sorryguysmyspcebarisbroken.)
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I'm gonna be really dissapointed if D-Ware doesn't have at least one sack on Bob Whitfield and maybe two. If we can get pretty consistent pressure on Eli I think he'll throw us some picks. Our number one priority is of course to really limit or even shut down their run game, if Tiki gets over 100 yards we probably lose. Of course this is a lot easier said than done. I almost think we should commit 8 guys to stop the run as their WRs don't really scare me except Shockey and Burress. I don't think they really have any speed burners at WR except I guess Carter and Moss but I'm not sure if they're playing. I wish we would just have Newman follow Burress all over the field as I don't think they really have any other WRs that can hurt us without Toomer as long as our FS doesn't blow coverages.
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