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Old 12-28-2011, 04:43 PM    (permalink
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Why do you use TO as the cop out excuse for Parcells leaving? That's not even close to reality!!!

Parcells left because he was getting to old for coaching and there was one thing he always wanted to do and that was to have full control. He was never gonna get that in Dallas. So he left us high and dry for his own selfish reasons. He knew he'd have an opportunity in Miami because he had a tremendously close relationship with Dolphins owner, Wayne Huizenga. It's a complete lie to assume that TO drove Parcells out of Dallas. It even sounds ridiculously funny.
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So how did everyone become Cowboys fans? I know some of you are Texans and that makes sense, but those of us like myself from Pennsylvania must have a story.

Me personally I grew up about 2 hours west of Philadelphia and I'm a Phillies, Sixers and Flyers fan. I just always remember seeing the Cowboys on TV and fell in love with players like Danny White, Tony Dorsett, Tony Hill, Randy White, Ed "Too Tall" Jones, etc. And additionally, my older brother was a fan and I think he possibly threatened me. :)
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So how did everyone become Cowboys fans? I know some of you are Texans and that makes sense, but those of us like myself from Pennsylvania must have a story.

Me personally I grew up about 2 hours west of Philadelphia and I'm a Phillies, Sixers and Flyers fan. I just always remember seeing the Cowboys on TV and fell in love with players like Danny White, Tony Dorsett, Tony Hill, Randy White, Ed "Too Tall" Jones, etc. And additionally, my older brother was a fan and I think he possibly threatened me. :)
First game I remember seeing was the Hail Mary pass.
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I was 6 at the the time, and the first game I witnessed was Super Bowl 27, the 52-17 ass kicking against the Bills. It was glorious! So my first 4 years as a fan we won 3 Super Bowls. I was spoiled.
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So how did everyone become Cowboys fans? I know some of you are Texans and that makes sense, but those of us like myself from Pennsylvania must have a story.

Me personally I grew up about 2 hours west of Philadelphia and I'm a Phillies, Sixers and Flyers fan. I just always remember seeing the Cowboys on TV and fell in love with players like Danny White, Tony Dorsett, Tony Hill, Randy White, Ed "Too Tall" Jones, etc. And additionally, my older brother was a fan and I think he possibly threatened me. :)
You can't be a Cowboys fan and a Phillies / Flyers / Sixers fan.

I'm sorry.

If you are a Phillies fan, you root for the Eagles. If you would rather be a Cowboys fan, then you have no right to support the Phillies. You're clearly nothing more than a front-runner.
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You can't be a Cowboys fan and a Phillies / Flyers / Sixers fan.

I'm sorry.

If you are a Phillies fan, you root for the Eagles. If you would rather be a Cowboys fan, then you have no right to support the Phillies. You're clearly nothing more than a front-runner.
I don't see how I'm a front-runner. The Cowboys didn't win **** in the 80's. And all I ever remember is the Cowboys and not the Eagles. I'm not going to root for a team just based on the city their in. I'm not one of the sheep that go to flock because I'm told to do so, sorry!!!
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I absolutely DETEST when people say that fans of a franchise are "frontrunners" due to them jumping on the bandwagon at some point in their history. Whether someone became a fan in 90's(winning years) or the 70's, what does it matter as long as they continue to be fans. I could kind've understand if the Boys had continued to be a winning franchise...but if you hopped on the bandwagon in the 90's, and stayed on until now. You're as much as a fan as anyone else. Right? Lol, the Boy's since the 90's have been pretty mediocre with some heartbreaking losses time and time again. If you stick by a team as mediocre as the Dallas Cowboys...you're a fan through and through. Stop trying to label people "bandwagoners" or "frontrunners", if he was a fan of the Boys in the 90's, then changed to a fan of the Pats in the 00's...then yea, i'd agree..

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Born in San Antonio, TX. Entire family is from SA...dad was a boys fan, his dad was a boys fan, etc, etc.

I now live in MD, and I'll raise my son a Boys fan...even if he never steps foot in Texas(which he will).
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I absolutely DETEST when people say that fans of a franchise are "frontrunners" due to them jumping on the bandwagon at some point in their history. Whether someone became a fan in 90's(winning years) or the 70's, what does it matter as long as they continue to be fans. I could kind've understand if the Boys had continued to be a winning franchise...but if you hopped on the bandwagon in the 90's, and stayed on until now. You're as much as a fan as anyone else. Right? Lol, the Boy's since the 90's have been pretty mediocre with some heartbreaking losses time and time again. If you stick by a team as mediocre as the Dallas Cowboys...you're a fan through and through. Stop trying to label people "bandwagoners" or "frontrunners", if he was a fan of the Boys in the 90's, then changed to a fan of the Pats in the 00's...then yea, i'd agree..

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Born in San Antonio, TX. Entire family is from SA...dad was a boys fan, his dad was a boys fan, etc, etc.

I now live in MD, and I'll raise my son a Boys fan...even if he never steps foot in Texas(which he will).
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So how did everyone become Cowboys fans? I know some of you are Texans and that makes sense, but those of us like myself from Pennsylvania must have a story.

Me personally I grew up about 2 hours west of Philadelphia and I'm a Phillies, Sixers and Flyers fan. I just always remember seeing the Cowboys on TV and fell in love with players like Danny White, Tony Dorsett, Tony Hill, Randy White, Ed "Too Tall" Jones, etc. And additionally, my older brother was a fan and I think he possibly threatened me. :)
All my family are die hard 49er fans, but I like the color blue so obviously I had to cheer for the Cowobys! :)

Fell in love in the 90s (before they won those SBs btw) when I started caring about cheering for pro sports. ...and I have an undying loyalty.
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All my family are die hard 49er fans, but I like the color blue so obviously I had to cheer for the Cowobys! :)

Fell in love in the 90s (before they won those SBs btw) when I started caring about cheering for pro sports. ...and I have an undying loyalty.
Hopefully you don't get called out like I did.
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One thing that's already bothering me about this Giants game, is I've been following my sports talk all week and I'm hearing alot about how this game "defines Romo's legacy" as a QB here, this is all on him, and I just don't know how fair that is, or if great QB's are just supposed to overcome any circumstance.


Because alot of QB's have a defense where they know 20 points might win, for us it's more like high 30's. That's asking to play at a high level, mistake free, for that much longer. It's not like we are going against a scrub QB here, and our secondary is alot worse then the Giants.


I guess I would have to see how the game plays out. Romo has lost some games sure, but so has Garrett, the defense, Rob Ryan, among other things. I hate the sound of tying a legacy into one game, because we've seen before he can play great and we still lose. Obviously if he lays an egg that's a different story but he won this type of game vs Philly a few years ago, and beat them again, what's different now?
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One thing that's already bothering me about this Giants game, is I've been following my sports talk all week and I'm hearing alot about how this game "defines Romo's legacy" as a QB here, this is all on him, and I just don't know how fair that is, or if great QB's are just supposed to overcome any circumstance.


Because alot of QB's have a defense where they know 20 points might win, for us it's more like high 30's. That's asking to play at a high level, mistake free, for that much longer. It's not like we are going against a scrub QB here, and our secondary is alot worse then the Giants.


I guess I would have to see how the game plays out. Romo has lost some games sure, but so has Garrett, the defense, Rob Ryan, among other things. I hate the sound of tying a legacy into one game, because we've seen before he can play great and we still lose. Obviously if he lays an egg that's a different story but he won this type of game vs Philly a few years ago, and beat them again, what's different now?
I have to agree with you on this one. I haven't heard anyone say this game defines his career but I'm so sick of hearing how "anti-clutch" he is. It's really not true at all and for whatever reason it all started with a fluke play early in his career that had nothing to do with his ability at QB. He's one of the better QB's in the NFL and if I didn't have Eli then Romo would surely be an upgrade. If I'm sick and tired of hearing the Romo talk then I can't even imagine how you guys deal with it now. With all that said I hope he lays a stinker on Sunday night.
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Oh please, if it were not so the opposite of true.

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One thing that's already bothering me about this Giants game, is I've been following my sports talk all week and I'm hearing alot about how this game "defines Romo's legacy" as a QB here, this is all on him, and I just don't know how fair that is, or if great QB's are just supposed to overcome any circumstance.


Because alot of QB's have a defense where they know 20 points might win, for us it's more like high 30's. That's asking to play at a high level, mistake free, for that much longer. It's not like we are going against a scrub QB here, and our secondary is alot worse then the Giants.


I guess I would have to see how the game plays out. Romo has lost some games sure, but so has Garrett, the defense, Rob Ryan, among other things. I hate the sound of tying a legacy into one game, because we've seen before he can play great and we still lose. Obviously if he lays an egg that's a different story but he won this type of game vs Philly a few years ago, and beat them again, what's different now?
While you may hate tying legacy to one play -- the early 80's Cowboys and Danny White have a memo for you. "The Catch." The 1982 Championship Game.
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I was about 12 years old (1991)and playing Pop Warner Football when it was my time to choose an NFL fave. I was always an offensive lineman and I began to grow an affinity for the Cowboys and the dominating lines which opened up massive holes for Emmitt Smith. Here in New England in the early 90's the Patriots were anything BUT the talk of the town and furthermore my father was a 49ers fan and I was definitely NOT about to choose them. So go ahead and call me a bandwagoner if you will, but I have been loyal Cowboy fan ever since the early nineties. Right here in little Rhode Island.
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One thing that's already bothering me about this Giants game, is I've been following my sports talk all week and I'm hearing alot about how this game "defines Romo's legacy" as a QB here, this is all on him, and I just don't know how fair that is, or if great QB's are just supposed to overcome any circumstance.


Because alot of QB's have a defense where they know 20 points might win, for us it's more like high 30's. That's asking to play at a high level, mistake free, for that much longer. It's not like we are going against a scrub QB here, and our secondary is alot worse then the Giants.


I guess I would have to see how the game plays out. Romo has lost some games sure, but so has Garrett, the defense, Rob Ryan, among other things. I hate the sound of tying a legacy into one game, because we've seen before he can play great and we still lose. Obviously if he lays an egg that's a different story but he won this type of game vs Philly a few years ago, and beat them again, what's different now?
I think this could be a defining game for the current regime, not necessarily Romo all himself.
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I agree but not so much for JG IMHO but Ware, Ratliff, Spencer, Witten, Romo, Newman, Bradie, Spears, Kosier ....... these are the VETs who have around for all the ups and downs and they need to be the ones in the clubhouse to get the team prepared to WIN. They are also the core BP guys he developed sooooooooo...........

But if the team pulls another 2009, I really can see a major rebuilding effort going forward with all these guys being on the hot spot, especially Romo but not only so IMHO. These VETs have been a major part of the lost opportunities and screw ups of the last 6 years.

Weather should be fine Sunday so no excuses there it seems.
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I was born in 85, and I live in Dallas like I have my whole life. I always root for the home team, bug growing up in the 90's made becoming a Cowboy fan much easier.
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I was born in 85, and I live in Dallas like I have my whole life. I always root for the home team, bug growing up in the 90's made becoming a Cowboy fan much easier.
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OT: Anyone see Dez is being sued (again) for not paying his bills (again)?

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...nt-sued-again/

Guess he changed agents to see if he can get some sucker money from him. But as someone wrote "If this were about Tom Brady, the story would be about how Tom wants more money so he can donate to more charities all over the world." .... or better yet another classic "but you know how it is. Too many people are just waiting for Dez to do anything so they can talk about how he's wasting his talent"

LOL! Nothing to see here. Move along!

I can already see Section 8 Housing and Food Stamps in Dez's future. Everything he touches turns to ka-ka. He has this Mike Tyson thing about him.

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Nicks is injured this game, hamstring, so he'll be hampered. Should devote our attention to Cruz this game and try to man up Jenkins on Nicks. Was thinking about going to Austin for New Years, maybe I'll get a room another night to watch the game out there. Pumped for this.
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OT: Anyone see Dez is being sued (again) for not paying his bills (again)?

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...nt-sued-again/

Guess he changed agents to see if he can get some sucker money from him. But as someone wrote "If this were about Tom Brady, the story would be about how Tom wants more money so he can donate to more charities all over the world." .... or better yet another classic "but you know how it is. Too many people are just waiting for Dez to do anything so they can talk about how he's wasting his talent"

LOL! Nothing to see here. Move along!

I can already see Section 8 Housing and Food Stamps in Dez's future. Everything he touches turns to ka-ka. He has this Mike Tyson thing about him.
YAWN, anyone else bored
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