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    Has anyone been watching this game? Absolutely amazing finish.

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    Yes - wow.
    Why do the things that we treasure most, slip away in time
    Till to the music we grow deaf, to God's beauty blind
    Why do the things that connect us slowly pull us apart?
    Till we fall away in our own darkness, a stranger to our own hearts
    And life itself, rushing over me
    Life itself, the wind in black elms,
    Life itself in your heart and in your eyes, I can't make it without you


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    Nice goin Romo.
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    That goes into the "How to Blow a Game" archive.

    Fumble-safety, fumble snap on a 10-yd field goal try.
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    Dallas managed to choke the game away not once, but twice in the closing minutes. Awesome game.

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    Romo ain't ready for primetime. Definitely choked that one away.

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    LMAO......... but, whew..... but, damn do I feel sorry for Cowboys fans.

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    I have a question. With the NFL's new emphasis on having complete ball control and making an "athletic move" on a catch, didn't Glenn laying the ball on the ground with it in his hands make that an iffy completion before he fumbled it? It was obvious he didn't bring it into his body before he lost his balance and used the ball to steady himself. It seems I have seen better catches ruled incomplete.

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    I just hope that, instead of hearing the media bash Romo, we hear them bash themselves for making so much out of him to begin with.
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    Roy Williams deserves to be bashed more than Romo does

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    Quote Originally Posted by SycamoreKen View Post
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    I have a question. With the NFL's new emphasis on having complete ball control and making an "athletic move" on a catch, didn't Glenn laying the ball on the ground with it in his hands make that an iffy completion before he fumbled it? It was obvious he didn't bring it into his body before he lost his balance and used the ball to steady himself. It seems I have seen better catches ruled incomplete.
    Yeah, I didn't think that was a catch either, but whatever.

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    Boy, the bloom sure fell off of that rose in a hurry.

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    Was at a bar around here, the palce went nuts

    besdies me getting carded three times it was a awesome finish to the game.

    To top it all off I work with a bunch of cowboys fans. awesomeness.

    The best part is they were all hyping Romo up during the pre-season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vapacersfan View Post
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    Was at a bar around here, the palce went nuts

    besdies me getting carded three times it was a awesome finish to the game.

    To top it all off I work with a bunch of cowboys fans. awesomeness.

    The best part is they were all hyping Romo up during the pre-season.
    I don't think you need to waive him because he blew a snap.

    Didn't bother me all that much. First, we weren't good enough to be in the playoffs anyway - except in this year's version of the NFC. Of course Seattle isn't either - neither is NY.

    Second, I'd already convinced myself Seattle was gonna march back down the field and kick a FG to win. I was hoping Parcells would go for it on 4th even though there's no way he would - and if I was coach I wouldn't either. The previous drive we got no pressure on Hasselback & he picked us apart.

    We were a flawed team all season.
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    I don't think you need to waive him because he blew a snap.

    Didn't bother me all that much. First, we weren't good enough to be in the playoffs anyway - except in this year's version of the NFC. Of course Seattle isn't either - neither is NY.

    Second, I'd already convinced myself Seattle was gonna march back down the field and kick a FG to win. I was hoping Parcells would go for it on 4th even though there's no way he would - and if I was coach I wouldn't either. The previous drive we got no pressure on Hasselback & he picked us apart.

    We were a flawed team all season.
    For the record, I never said anything about cutting him.

    As a Redskins fan I take joy in watching the Cowboys lose whenever possible, but you are correct, that team was not all that impressive. Hell, noone in the NFC was.

    I have to admit, however, a bunch of my friends (who are also Redskins fans) had the Cowboys +6. We only saw the first half and it was 6-3. I thought Dallas was gonna pull it out.

    That team was flawed all season, and I am anxious to see what happens with TO.

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