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Yet another great game for the Cowboys
as they thump Denver
into submission. Great effort all around! Offense, Defense, Special teams! Every coach on the team deserve the accolades that come with successful coaching. The players were dominate, the leaders fierce, as America's team shows once again, that only one team can carry that title. Hey from the towel boy to JJ, it's just thumbs up. You can't find a better organization in the NFL
than the one smack dab in the armpit of Texas.
But wait! Wait a minute. That's not what happened at all. These statements I've just made have got to be locked away in the recesses of my mind, dancing on the speckled figment of my imagination. These are the very things that I want to be writing. Dreams that only a fan can dream, beaming from the awesome performance that a championship team has shown him. But instead of dreams, i have trash. Hence that sickening display of ineptitude, and inability. At the end of the game in Denver, it was the Broncos who were celebrating, and the Cowboys who were feeling that (now) familiar feeling of being a loser.
So what have we learned from this disaster. The NATION counts the ways:
1. There are 2 Romos, the one that can, and the one that can't. On Sunday, the one that can't was in full effect. I believe that the receivers deserve an "overthrow" punishment. For every ball that TR overthrows, the next week in practice, said receiver can throw three balls at Tony while he runs routes. The object of the punishment, is to hit Tony in the head as hard as humanly possible with the football. Then, in the next game, see how many passes are overthrown. Personally, I think Roy Williams should get six tries for the pop that Tony set him up for. YAY Fun!
2. The Denver Broncos are for real. I was very impressed with that defense. Denver has a defense it can be proud of, unlike us. Denver's offense leaves a lot to be desired, however, playing the Cowboys on Sunday makes any offense look good.
3. A 2-2 start means and average football team. Projected 8-8 is not good enough. Dallas is a pretender, and believe me, no one wants that to be wrong more than me. But it's up to Dallas to prove me wrong.
4. A new stadium does not solve problems. It's time NATION, Jerry must go. As a matter of fact, the whole Jones clan must go. Let there be no Jones left. Maybe Bill Gates can take over, at least there will be free wifi.
5. If the Jones' stay, kiss a championship goodbye. It was nice in the 90s, i even remember one from the 70s, but if JJ and SJ stick around, no more. Sure he brought the 90s championships.....wait, naw, that was Jimmy Johnson.
6. Defensive Coordinator and Head Coach CAN NOT BE THE SAME GUY! If Jerry can't be owner and general manager and president (as clearly he cannot) Then get us a real defensive coordinator! Hell scrap this coaching staff along with the ownership. Please, for the love of God or Mike of a God named Mike, GET RID OF THE ENTIRE COACHING STAFF. Leave nothing behind. Start from scratch, and I mean scratch. Say it with me SHA-NANANA, SHA-NANANA, HEY HEY HEY, SHANAHAN! Will someone give Mike Shanahan a Texas map? That's right, I said a God named Mike.
In summation, my fine NATION followers, this wreckage of this poor excuse for a vehicle cannot go on. I am perplexed, to say the least, at the decision to pass twice on third and fourth down, when you have a Bull and a Badger for running backs. Red Headed Genius no more, say hello to the Red Headed Moron, Jason Garrett. RHM for short.
I've had it, ladies and gentlemen, guys and gals, bums and bumettes. Cowboy Nation demands improvement. Simply stated, the apex of disappointment from this loss you can't begin to imagine. And unless changes are made, Cowboy Nation will continue to deliver the mud. So get ready Jerry, Wade, and Jason, this next one is in your eye.