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#1 Smoove

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Posted September 28, 2008 - 12:38 AM

Sun, Sep 28
SF @ NO
GB @ TB
HOU @ JAC
CLE @ CIN
ATL @ CAR
ARI @ NYJ
MIN @ TEN
DEN @ KC
SD @ OAK
BUF @ STL
WAS @ DAL
PHI @ CHI

Mon, Sep 29
BAL @ PIT

Cowboys vs Redskins i'm hyped for this one. :D

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Posted September 28, 2008 - 12:55 AM

eagles at chicago will be a really tough game for my eagles
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 08:09 AM

Raaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiderss!
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 08:59 AM

8/13 games have a chance of precipitation!
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 12:28 PM

Wow Jets 56-Cards 35.
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 04:12 PM

Santana Moss for MVP.
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 04:13 PM

Santana Moss for MVP.


Nope Cowboys Defense MVP for the Redskins

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Posted September 28, 2008 - 04:20 PM

I'm neutral for the Eagles vs Bears game, but i hope DeSean has a big game.
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 04:47 PM

Wow is DeSean Jackson good.
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 04:52 PM

bears :)

im loving orton so far this season.

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Posted September 28, 2008 - 05:03 PM

Let's go D-JAX. :)
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 08:13 PM

I am happy. at least the eagles lost today too :]

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Posted September 28, 2008 - 10:21 PM

I am happy. at least the eagles lost today too :]


and i'm equally excited about the cowboys dropping a game

i still don't get how a healthy cowboy team can lose at home to a team half as talented as them

at least the eagles are missing 4 out of their top 8 best offensive players

their best O-lineman in shawn andrews

their best player in brian westbrook

their best WR in kevin curtis

their best TE though its becoming debateable in LJ smith

and they are on the road against a good bears team one with something to prove after dropping 2 very winnable games

eagles dropped a trap game while the cowboys just didn't show up
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 10:25 PM

and i'm equally excited about the cowboys dropping a game

i still don't get how a healthy cowboy team can lose at home to a team half as talented as them

at least the eagles are missing 4 out of their top 8 best offensive players

their best O-lineman in shawn andrews

their best player in brian westbrook

their best WR in kevin curtis

their best TE though its becoming debateable in LJ smith

and they are on the road against a good bears team one with something to prove after dropping 2 very winnable games

eagles dropped a trap game while the cowboys just didn't show up


The thing is the Cowboy still coulda won the game and they played like [expletive] the whole time. They had the onside but he dropped it at last second. Washington is for real imo though. Everyone in the NFC BEAST is for real.

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Posted September 28, 2008 - 10:59 PM

The thing is the Cowboy still coulda won the game and they played like [expletive] the whole time. They had the onside but he dropped it at last second. Washington is for real imo though. Everyone in the NFC BEAST is for real.


the redskins from what i've seen go 100% where jason cambell goes he looked like peyton manning today therefore they won

but the cowboys have weapons all over i do not have a clue how they loss and the onside kick is not an excuse because with the talent differential they shouldn't have been in that position

in all honesty it may sound homeristic but if mcnabb doesn't fumble the handoff the cowboys would be 2-2 and 0-2 in the division

for their talent level that is not good enough

they snuck by philly because the eagles couldn't complete the most simple thing in football a handoff but they couldn't sneak by the redskins because they didn't make a mistake

i still think from what the cowboys have shown the giants are the team to beat

i also think the media and the coaches on the cowboys need to realize that the best players on the cowboys are not tony romo or TO but they are marion barber and jason witten and the sooner they realize the better

while the NFC East is a beast as an eagles fan i'm not worried we have the most injuries offensively of any team in the division yet we have lost our 2 games by a combined total of 7 points

with a healthy westbrook, shawn andrews, and kevin curtis i feel confident we could give any team a run for its money

because once we get our offense going our defense will only get better and oh by the way its statistically the best defense in the NFL right now

you see we have been behind sometimes this season yet our defense performed

now if we got a lead that would mean the defense could tee off and start blitzing

i don't think my eagles have scratched the surface yet and thats a little bit of homerism but in all honesty statistically speaking its the truth
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 11:11 PM

the redskins from what i've seen go 100% where jason cambell goes he looked like peyton manning today therefore they won

but the cowboys have weapons all over i do not have a clue how they loss and the onside kick is not an excuse because with the talent differential they shouldn't have been in that position

in all honesty it may sound homeristic but if mcnabb doesn't fumble the handoff the cowboys would be 2-2 and 0-2 in the division

for their talent level that is not good enough

they snuck by philly because the eagles couldn't complete the most simple thing in football a handoff but they couldn't sneak by the redskins because they didn't make a mistake

i still think from what the cowboys have shown the giants are the team to beat

i also think the media and the coaches on the cowboys need to realize that the best players on the cowboys are not tony romo or TO but they are marion barber and jason witten and the sooner they realize the better

while the NFC East is a beast as an eagles fan i'm not worried we have the most injuries offensively of any team in the division yet we have lost our 2 games by a combined total of 7 points

with a healthy westbrook, shawn andrews, and kevin curtis i feel confident we could give any team a run for its money

because once we get our offense going our defense will only get better and oh by the way its statistically the best defense in the NFL right now

you see we have been behind sometimes this season yet our defense performed

now if we got a lead that would mean the defense could tee off and start blitzing

i don't think my eagles have scratched the surface yet and thats a little bit of homerism but in all honesty statistically speaking its the truth


Agree with most of your post except the Bold. As you said it is a what if. What if Romo didnt bobble the "simple" snap and fumble in the endzone...what if Desean Jackson's fumble at the goaline wasn't whistled dead because Pacman went and got the ball after the ball was fumbled. That's 14 points right there lost for the eagles

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Posted September 28, 2008 - 11:21 PM

Agree with most of your post except the Bold. As you said it is a what if. What if Romo didnt bobble the "simple" snap and fumble in the endzone...what if Desean Jackson's fumble at the goaline wasn't whistled dead because Pacman went and got the ball after the ball was fumbled. That's 14 points right there lost for the eagles


all three of which were freak accidents but happened really early in the game

the mcnabb fumble led to the game winning field goal

while you can say its the same thing in truth the cowboys overcomed all of that because most of it happened in the first half the romo fumble in the first quarter

the mcnabb fumble was on a simple handoff with like 3 minutes left

and the desean jackson thing was the right call its something that never happens so the refs called a touchdown

and if you watch the replay pacman went after the ball late almost like a 10 second delay

the refs didn't blow the touchdown right away and then they did

pacman going for the ball was induced by the refs delay
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Posted September 28, 2008 - 11:23 PM

all three of which were freak accidents but happened really early in the game

the mcnabb fumble led to the game winning field goal

while you can say its the same thing in truth the cowboys overcomed all of that because most of it happened in the first half the romo fumble in the first quarter

the mcnabb fumble was on a simple handoff with like 3 minutes left

and the desean jackson thing was the right call its something that never happens so the refs called a touchdown

and if you watch the replay pacman went after the ball late almost like a 10 second delay

the refs didn't blow the touchdown right away and then they did

pacman going for the ball was induced by the refs delay


hmm yeh i guess so.

But anyways i'm looking forward to when your big guns come back...when are they coming back? Will they be back for our next game?

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Posted September 28, 2008 - 11:27 PM

hmm yeh i guess so.

But anyways i'm looking forward to when your big guns come back...when are they coming back? Will they be back for our next game?


i know brian will be back most likely next game but the others i'm not sure i assume kevin curtis will be back after the bye week

will they all be healthy for the next cowboy game who knows thats 13 weeks away and 12 games away who knows

hell mcnabb, jackson, samuel, cole, westbrook could all be hurt by that time

thats why i try my best while its difficult to enjoy my team 1 game at a time because injuries can happen in the blink of an eye

believe me i know
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Posted September 29, 2008 - 12:52 PM

last stand, there's no way Witten is more important than T.O.

Owens' presence allows Witten to get open more then he would, and whenever he isn't making a lot of catches, the offense is stagnant.

I agree with you on Barber though, there's no way he should get only 8 carries.

The Cowboys are the second best in the division I think. I'll put the Giants at the top because they are the champs. Philly is a close third.




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