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 03-27-2007, 08:04 PM         #176
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 texasplayboy_23 said
i see the bum in brandon jacobs and so will the rest of the world.



whoa whoa whoa. you cant be fu*kin serious. dont hate on dude just because hes a giant. usually we can respect each others opinion but I know good and well your just talking out of your a.ss here. keep in mind these are his first game as a giant... ever



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look at the power on the first run.... then the speed on the second... then the vision on the third... then the hands on the 4th play and watch as he lowers the shoulder into the defender as he catches the ball.



dude is due for 1200+ yards this year barring a serious injury, even if he splits carries with droughns.... id bet my life on it, not that id want to but im that confident about it


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 03-27-2007, 10:11 PM         #177
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...keep in mind the fact that Tiki had almost 330 carries when your boy only had 96...that's not even half. So everytime he came in the game he was fresh...of course he's going to run with purpose with an avg. of 6 touches per game. If he can maintain his power, strength, speed, durability, AND can hold on to the ball after 20-25 carries a game, then you guys can make an argument for him.

...you know I don't talk outta my @$$ homie.

And the reason I don't like this dude isn't because he's a Giant, it's cause that n*gga danced on my star after only playing 2 years in the league...at least TO earned the right to be a disrespectful @$$hole.


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 03-27-2007, 10:33 PM         #178
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its not even about stats, you can see in the video how good this guy is, and even if it is about him being a backup to tiki and coming in fresh then how come no ther backups had 16 rushing touchdowns to a mere 134 carries in the last 2 years

alot of teams use a two back systems but he had great moments on few carries, while guys like marion barber had similar sucess with over 150 more carries his career in the same amount of time

 03-27-2007, 10:44 PM         #179
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 Black_Deuce said
its not even about stats, you can see in the video how good this guy is, and even if it is about him being a backup to tiki and coming in fresh then how come no ther backups had 16 rushing touchdowns to a mere 134 carries in the last 2 years

alot of teams use a two back systems but he had great moments on few carries, while guys like marion barber had similar sucess with over 150 more carries his career in the same amount of time


dude led all runningbacks, starting included, in firstdowns per carry

 12 years ago '05        #180
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 texasplayboy_23 said
there's a huge difference between coming in on 3rd down fresh, as opposed taking most of the snaps...i'm not concerned with that guy at all...i see the bum in brandon jacobs and so will the rest of the world.

shockey... he's 1 of the few i actually respect on that team, but we've stopped him before and we'll do it again.


my prediction: Eli quits the NFL to tryout for "Dancing with the Stars."

LOL yeah Jacob better be getting he run on now, are atleast doing suicides witih the knicx. lol

 03-28-2007, 12:27 PM         #181
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lmao @ eli on dancing with the stars yall some funny a.ss haters lol

 12 years ago '05        #182
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 Black_Deuce said




dude led all runningbacks, starting included, in firstdowns per carry
I should he did, or he wasn't doing his job. He was the short yardage/goal line back. He was supposed to pick up the first downs on short yardage situations

 03-28-2007, 05:41 PM         #183
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I should he did, or he wasn't doing his job. He was the short yardage/goal line back. He was supposed to pick up the first downs on short yardage situations
naww homie he had some good runs on first and ten too. plus there are alot of short yardage backs in the NFL... anytime someone leads his position like that then its no fluke

 03-28-2007, 09:49 PM         #184
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 Black_Deuce said
its not even about stats, you can see in the video how good this guy is, and even if it is about him being a backup to tiki and coming in fresh then how come no ther backups had 16 rushing touchdowns to a mere 134 carries in the last 2 years

alot of teams use a two back systems but he had great moments on few carries, while guys like marion barber had similar sucess with over 150 more carries his career in the same amount of time
i wasn't saying all of that to compare stats. the point i was making is that if dude is showing so much potential in games and in practice, then why isn't the offensive coordinator/head coach giving him more carries than a measly 130 in 2 years? since he's so unstoppable, why wasn't his number called during game-winning drives? barber's getting more and more touches each year cause he's proving himself more and more each year....and you can't compare the 2 because jacobs is 4 inches taller and over 40lbs heavier....doesn't take much talent to lower your shoulder and run people over.

 12 years ago '04        #185
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i'm sorry guys but this never-ending argument makes me wanna:


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much love though :D

Ronnie Brown & Ricky Williams >>>>>>> your team's RB


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 03-29-2007, 12:40 AM         #186
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the dolphins have no offensive line though

 12 years ago '04        #187
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 Black_Deuce said
the dolphins have no offensive line though
with or without an offensive line...ronnie brown ran for over 1000+ yards in only 12 games....he didn't play in 4 games last season and still managed 5 td's with the 1000+ yards....

either or....you reminded me how bad our offensive line is.....:banghead:

 03-29-2007, 01:30 AM         #188
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:( sorry

 03-29-2007, 01:49 AM         #189
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either or....you reminded me how bad our offensive line is.....:banghead:
Damn, Deuce beat me to it...oh well.





How am I arguin wit a n*gga who has The Playmaker in his avy anyway?! You get a pass.


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 04-04-2007, 03:52 PM         #190
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Nick Eatman
DallasCowboys.com Staff Writer
April 3, 2007 6:17 PM

IRVING, Texas - When the Cowboys began their off-season conditioning program last week, there were only a handful of absentees from some 60 players on the roster.

One of them was wide receiver Terrell Owens, who has been in Miami rehabbing a surgically-repaired right ring finger that could keep him out of workouts for most of the off-season.

But apparently, the injury didn't prevent him from showing up to Valley Ranch and at least attempting to learn some of the new plays in Jason Garrett's offense.

Owens was on the field with the coaching staff and other teammates on Tuesday, doing some light running, though catching passes would be an adventure considering the hand injury.

There had been some question just how involved Owens would be this off-season. Not only does he have his own specific regiment and likes to train on his own, Owens' future with the Cowboys hasn't been completely confirmed.

Although team owner and general manager Jerry Jones has consistently expressed his intent to bring back Owens next season, the Cowboys still owe the wide receiver a $3 million roster bonus on June 1. The Cowboys already paid Terry Glenn a $5 million roster bonus on March 3 and Jones has called his wide receiver position one of the team's strengths this off-season, making it sound as if Owens was indeed in the plans for the 2007 season.

While his first season with the Cowboys was surrounded by controversy, Owens still led the team with 85 catches, 1,180 receiving yards and an NFL-best 13 touchdown catches.

College Visits

With the NFL Draft now less than a month away, the Cowboys are starting to meet a few prospects, including about a dozen who visited Valley Ranch on Tuesday.

With Jones reiterating several times in the last few weeks that he hopes to draft the "best available" player with the 22nd overall pick, the Cowboys could be interested in several different positions this year.

There has been speculation that the Cowboys could possibly take a wide receiver, though Jones called the position one of the deepest on the team. This is considered a strong receiver class with as many seven to eight considered first-round prospects. When the Cowboys get on the clock at No. 22, they could have their choice of receivers such as USC's Dwayne Jarrett and Steve Smith, LSU's Dwayne Bowe and Tennessee's Robert Meachem.

But a defensive back might be in the cards as well. The Cowboys did sign safety Ken Hamlin to a one-year deal and would like to see how Pat Watkins progresses in his second year. Players such as Florida's Reggie Nelson could be an option.

And since finding quality cornerbacks isn't an easy task, either, the Cowboys might be interested in a corner. Arkansas' Chris Houston and Texas' Aaron Ross might be good fits later in the first round.

The Cowboys have not taken an offensive player in the first round since 1997 when they drafted LSU tight end David LaFleur. The Cowboys have drafted three defensive players in the first round the past two years in linebackers DeMarcus Ware and Bobby Carpenter and defensive end Marcus Spears.

 04-04-2007, 11:30 PM         #191
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fu*k T.O.

 12 years ago '05        #192
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We need to Draft a safety, I just don't trust Ken Hamlin for some reason, I have a bad feeling about that sh*t, Draft either Merriweather, Nelson, Or Griffen, we don't need no wide Receivers right now...We need a pure Free Safety, True we have Pat Watkins, he seems to have some potiential, sh*t but draft another one to make is a.ss work!

 04-08-2007, 04:02 PM         #193
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I think they should really do their homework and draft a player who has a history of being versatile and can play both corner and free safety. Doing that gives us the luxury of having 2 players by only drafting 1. I've always said Merriweather would be a good pick, AND he played both positions in college. We need a playmaker/leader/Ed Reed type guy in the backfield.

I don't think Chris Houston ever played safety, but dude can bench like 450lbs, so he's strong enough to put on an additional 10-15lbs and play both positions too.

 04-08-2007, 05:56 PM         #194
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na the 4-3 defense is better, all the cowboys need to do is blist more, put more pressure of the quaterback. Oh yeah and start marion barber at running back

 04-09-2007, 09:32 PM         #195
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 lhollingsworth said
na the 4-3 defense is better, all the cowboys need to do is blist more, put more pressure of the quaterback. Oh yeah and start marion barber at running back
who are you disagreeing with? no one said anything about the 4-3/3-4 defenses in awhile...

as far as the blitz, the 3-4 allows you to blitz more because you have more speed in your front 7 with 4 lb's, and it's more confusing to qb's by using different variations/formations. some of the best team's in the nfl use the 3-4...the patriots who won 3 bowls in the past decade, the steelers, chargers, etc. we were in the top 10 for run defense, so i think the 3-4's just fine.

as far as marion barber...well ppl already know i'm not a julius jones fan

 04-10-2007, 05:40 PM         #196
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At first....I was begging for a free safety in this draft....but I just don't wanna give up on Patrick Watkins....plus I think he will do a much better job going into his 2nd year along with the aggressive Wade Phillips blitzing in front of him.

I want Justin Blaylock or a WR....

What are yall lookin' for in the draft?

 04-12-2007, 12:28 AM         #197
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I like Meachem too, but the 1st round pick should normally be an immediate impact. As of right now, we don't have any room for another receiver...BUT, a return specialist like Ted Ginn Jr could be a good pick cause we could use him now on special teams and maybe on certain plays with the offense. Then, in a couple years (when TO & TG retire), he may become a starting receiver. After what Devin Hester did last season, having Ginn's kind of speed on kick/punt returns would be huge.

...and to think I was dead set on going defense in the 1st round.


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 04-12-2007, 12:30 AM         #198
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April 11, 2007 6:12 PM


"Under The Lights"
2007 Schedule Features Seven National TV Games:applause:

The Cowboys' unofficial tagline of America's Team never seemed so appropriate.

The 2007 schedule, announced by the NFL on Wednesday, gives the entire country a chance to watch the Cowboys play nearly half of their games, and possibly more.

The Cowboys will play in at least seven nationally-televised games next season, including six in prime time.

They'll play a league-maximum three games on NBC's Sunday Night Football, along with another on ESPN's Monday Night Football and two this year on NFL Network. The Cowboys will also play in their annual Thanksgiving Day game, this year against the Jets on CBS.

That game was actually announced by the NFL last week, along with the season opener at home against the Giants on Sunday night.

Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones was ecstatic about the national exposure his team will receive in 2007.

"The national television games only add to the anticipation that we have for the upcoming season," Jones said of a club-record seven nationally-televised games. "We've never had this many national games before. It is an honor to be considered for that type of exposure, and it reinforces our desire to get the job done on the field."

Last year, the Cowboys did enough to make the playoffs for the first time in three seasons, but the disappointing loss to Seattle that involved a botched hold by Tony Romo to prevent a potential game-winning field goal has left a dark cloud hanging over the Cowboys here this off-season.

The season seemingly can't get here fast enough. And although the Cowboys don't get a rematch with Seattle during the regular season, they could be just as satisfied with getting back to the playoffs and possibly doing some damage.

But the road won't be easy. The Cowboys play seven games against playoff teams from last year, including four division games against the Giants and Eagles. The Cowboys also play home games against New England and the Jets, and a Sunday night road game at Chicago, who finished last year with a 13-3 record and lost to the Colts in Super Bowl XLI.

The season starts at home for the first time in four years with new head coach Wade Phillips making his Cowboys debut against the division rival Giants on Sunday Night Football.

The Cowboys split the season series with the Giants last year, with each team winning on the road. The Cowboys lost to New York 36-22 in a game remembered more for a halftime quarterback switch in which former coach Bill Parcells benched veteran Drew Bledsoe in place of Romo, who had only thrown two passes in the regular season prior to the move.

Romo not only played the rest of the second half, but started the final 10 games as well, leading the Cowboys to a 6-4 record in those games and a spot in the playoffs.

The Cowboys and Giants haven't met in a season opener since 1995, when the Cowboys shut out New York on the road, 35-0, on Monday Night Football.

Dallas will hit the road the next two weeks and head into unfamiliar territory. They'll play the Dolphins in Week 2, their first trip to Miami since 1996. The Dolphins are one of six teams to lead the all-time series with the Cowboys, having beaten Dallas in seven out of 11 meetings.

The Cowboys will stay on the road the next week and play yet another Sunday night game, this time in Chicago, where they haven't played since 1998. The Bears were 7-1 at home last season, not to mention beating Seattle and New Orleans at Soldier Field to advance to the Super Bowl. The Cowboys have not won a regular-season game in Chicago since 1984, though they did upset the Bears in the 1991 NFC wild-card game.

The Cowboys then return home to play the Rams on Sept. 30, followed by their only Monday night game of the season, a trip to Buffalo on Oct. 8. The Cowboys haven't played the Bills on the road since 1996, and this year's game will be just the fourth for the Cowboys in Buffalo, where they are 1-2 and haven't won since 1971.

The game will also be a reunion for Phillips, who coached in Buffalo for six years from 1995-2000, including the last three as head coach.

The Cowboys will play their third AFC team in the first six weeks when the New England Patriots come to town on Oct. 14. The Patriots haven't visited Texas Stadium since 1996, when the Cowboys won a field-goal fest, 12-6. However, the Patriots shut out the Cowboys 12-0 in the series' last meeting back in 2003.

The Cowboys then get Minnesota at home on Oct. 21, looking to snap a five-game losing streak to the Vikings which dates back to the 1996 playoffs. This will be the Cowboys' first game in 10 years against Minnesota without wide receiver Randy Moss, who was traded to the Raiders two seasons ago.

After Minnesota, the Cowboys will enjoy their bye week, which rests close to the middle of the season - with seven games down and nine to play. Last year, the Cowboys had their bye in Week 3.

The schedule will heat up for the Cowboys coming off the bye week. They'll face division opponents on the road in consecutive weeks, starting in Philadelphia, where the Cowboys will play their third Sunday night game. The return of wide receiver Terrell Owens should make for yet another dramatic scene in Philly, where Owens played two seasons before signing with the Cowboys last year. More importantly, the Cowboys will be looking to avenge a season sweep of the Eagles, who beat Dallas in Week 16 with the NFC East title on the line.

The Cowboys will go back to the East Coast the following week with a Sunday afternoon game at the Meadowlands against the Giants on Nov. 11.

But then it's back home for nearly a month. The Cowboys will play three consecutive home games against Washington, the Jets on Thanksgiving, and then Green Bay in another Thursday night game televised on NFL Network.

The Cowboys usually get 10 days off after the annual Turkey Day game, but will turn around and play the Packers just a week later. However, the Cowboys will then get 10 days to prepare for a road game in Detroit on Dec. 9. In last year's finale, the Lions limped into Texas Stadium with a 2-13 record and riding a seven-game losing streak before stunning the Cowboys, 39-31.

The Cowboys will return from Detroit to play the Eagles in the last home game of the regular season on Dec. 16, in a game that again could have NFC East title implications.

The Cowboys hit the road for the final two weeks, playing at Carolina in a Saturday night game on NFL Network. The Cowboys have beaten the Panthers on the road in each of the last two seasons, including a shocking 35-14 win in Carolina last season in Romo's first career start.

They'll wrap up the season in Washington on Dec. 30. The Cowboys have played the Redskins in seven previous season finales, winning just three.

While two of the Cowboys' last three games are against division opponents, the last five are against NFC teams.

The Cowboys had played the last two season finales at home, following five consecutive on the road from 2000-2004. More importantly, the Cowboys have lost their last seven season finales, dating back to 1999.

But from start to finish, the schedule figures to be an exciting journey with the Cowboys traveling to a few unfamiliar spots, and then of course, through the usual roadblocks as well.

Whatever happens for the Cowboys this season, it certainly won't go unnoticed. The NFL has made sure of that.

2007 Schedule
All Times CDT

Sept. 9, NY Giants (NBC), 7:15 p.m.
Sept. 16, at Miami (FOX), 3:05 p.m.
Sept. 23, at Chicago (NBC), 7:15 p.m.
Sept. 30, St Louis (FOX), Noon
Oct. 8, at Buffalo (ESPN), 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 14, New England (CBS), 3:15 p.m.
Oct. 21, Minnesota (FOX), Noon
Oct. 28, BYE
Nov. 4, at Philadelphia (NBC), 7:15 p.m.
Nov. 11, at NY Giants (FOX), 3:15 p.m.
Nov. 18, Washington (FOX), Noon
Nov. 22, NY Jets (CBS) 3:15 p.m.
Nov. 29, Green Bay (NFLN) 7:15 p.m.
Dec. 9, at Detroit, (FOX) Noon
Dec. 16, Philadelphia, (FOX) 3:15 p.m.
Dec. 22, at Carolina, (NFLN) 7:15 p.m.
Dec. 30, at Washington, (FOX), Noon


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 04-12-2007, 09:06 AM         #199
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AHAHAHA

the cowboys going to lose to both NY teams this year lmao


first the giants, then the giants again, then the jets gonna finish them off

ahhahahahahhahahahah I love it

 04-12-2007, 03:20 PM         #200
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Oh you think so?? We beat you last year, right? ...we didn't lose ANY key players in off-season....we made upgrades in the secondary and o-line...sounds like we're a better team now, so what makes you think you can beat us this year when you're worse off after losing a huge part of your offense (Tiki)?

Sorry, but I smell a sweep with the Giants and Redskins...the Eagles MIGHT win one!


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