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Cowboys Vs Redskins



WHERE: AT&T Stadium
TIME: 8:30 ET, Oct. 27th
TV: ESPN
OPENING LINE: Dallas -9.5, O/U 49.5

INJURY REPORT:
Redskins: Brian Orakpo [out], Tracy Porter [out], Robert Griffin [game time]
Dallas: Doug Free [out], D. Lawrence [out], Bruce Carter [questionable]



Hawk

Just read an article where Hatcher talks about how the Redskins fans absolutely hate the Cowboys.

My God how does somebody in their life learn to hate a Football team?

I have to say, with all my years as a big time fan, I never hated a football team. My least favorites were the Steelers and 49er's. The Redskins and Eagles and Gnats are a media hype to me.

In all our SB runs those 3 team weren't ever a problem.
LoneStar

I think the word hate is an over used word. Unfortunately it leads to violence far to often.

Good fans and I think Wash. has them, just say we hate the Cowboys. But if Romo said hey can I come over for dinner, he would be welcomed with open arms.

All Wash. can hope for Mon. is a complete upset. But hey there have been a lot of them already this season.

Cowboys need to just stay focused on what Garrett keeps preaching, and they'll run all over the Skins.

Hate to say it Ha Ha Ha but this looks like an easy win for us. Right now we are really healthy and the young guys are getting better every week.


BevoMav

Hawk wrote:
Just read an article where Hatcher talks about how the Redskins fans absolutely hate the Cowboys.

My God how does somebody in their life learn to hate a Football team?

I have to say, with all my years as a big time fan, I never hated a football team. My least favorites were the Steelers and 49er's. The Redskins and Eagles and Gnats are a media hype to me.

In all our SB runs those 3 team weren't ever a problem.


There is hate and then there is sports hate. It's easy to hate the Redskins and Eagles in a sports context.

Colt McCoy is starting and Cousins is back up. RG III is still a couple of weeks away.

Carter is playing. He practiced yesterday. I think they were off today?
Hawk

Good news on Carter, but I hope they only use him a few times to knock the rust off.

I see no reason at all to rush him back against the Skins. The Cardinals Yes clown
LoneStar

RGIII Or Not, the Dallas Cowboys Will Roll Over the Washington Redskins

The Dallas Cowboys are the league's best football team, well, at least that's what their record indicates. By having success with their running…Read More

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The Dallas Cowboys are the league’s best football team, well, at least that’s what their record indicates. By having success with their running game, the Cowboys have been able to be one of the best offenses in the league, while keeping their defense off the field at the same time. Logic tells us that the Cowboys will roll over a lowly Washington Redskins team, but these two teams are rivals, and there is plenty of hatred and history between the Cowboys and the Redskins.

With how bad their defense is and the loss of Robert Griffin III to an ankle injury, the Redskins have looked lost this season. Despite the seriousness of his career, there has been chatter going around that RGIII will suit up on Monday night and play in this game against the Cowboys. After watching the Cowboys over the course of my life, I can say this 2014 team is much different years past. Whether it is RGIII, Kirk Cousins, or Colt McCoy, expect this Cowboys team to roll on Monday night.

The Cowboys have the league’s best offensive, arguably the league’s best running back, a top-ten quarterback in Dez Bryant, a top-three receiver in Dez Bryant, a dangerous deep-threat in Terrance Williams, a reliable third-down receiver in Cole Beasley, and perhaps the league’s most all-around tight end in Jason Witten. I said before the season how the Cowboys have the talent on offense to finish as a top-three offensive team. In 2013, the Cowboys had one of the worst defenses in the history of NFL. In 2014, despite losing talent across the defense, the Cowboys have improved across the board as a defense.

While the Redskins could get back their dynamic signal-caller in Week 8, the Cowboys are too good and they have too many weapons for the Redskins to handle. This team can beat you at the point of attack and down the field. The Cowboys have the makings of a playoff-caliber team. While Cowboys fans, as well as myself, need to take this season one step at a time, the future prospects look bright for this football team
Desperado

Plain and simple, we are top 3 right now The Skins are bottom 3. Its time to just put the smack down on these clowns like we really should do.

Coming from behind is great stuff, but we need to make some statement games. Please spare me all the stuff about this being a division game, and players play harder. If you are a professional you play hard every game.
Desperado

Hawk wrote:
Good news on Carter, but I hope they only use him a few times to knock the rust off.

I see no reason at all to rush him back against the Skins. The Cardinals Yes clown


Agree 100%
Desperado

LoneStar wrote:
RGIII Or Not, the Dallas Cowboys Will Roll Over the Washington Redskins

The Dallas Cowboys are the league's best football team, well, at least that's what their record indicates. By having success with their running…Read More

Sorry couldn't get link to work:

The Dallas Cowboys are the league’s best football team, well, at least that’s what their record indicates. By having success with their running game, the Cowboys have been able to be one of the best offenses in the league, while keeping their defense off the field at the same time. Logic tells us that the Cowboys will roll over a lowly Washington Redskins team, but these two teams are rivals, and there is plenty of hatred and history between the Cowboys and the Redskins.

With how bad their defense is and the loss of Robert Griffin III to an ankle injury, the Redskins have looked lost this season. Despite the seriousness of his career, there has been chatter going around that RGIII will suit up on Monday night and play in this game against the Cowboys. After watching the Cowboys over the course of my life, I can say this 2014 team is much different years past. Whether it is RGIII, Kirk Cousins, or Colt McCoy, expect this Cowboys team to roll on Monday night.

The Cowboys have the league’s best offensive, arguably the league’s best running back, a top-ten quarterback in Dez Bryant, a top-three receiver in Dez Bryant, a dangerous deep-threat in Terrance Williams, a reliable third-down receiver in Cole Beasley, and perhaps the league’s most all-around tight end in Jason Witten. I said before the season how the Cowboys have the talent on offense to finish as a top-three offensive team. In 2013, the Cowboys had one of the worst defenses in the history of NFL. In 2014, despite losing talent across the defense, the Cowboys have improved across the board as a defense.

While the Redskins could get back their dynamic signal-caller in Week 8, the Cowboys are too good and they have too many weapons for the Redskins to handle. This team can beat you at the point of attack and down the field. The Cowboys have the makings of a playoff-caliber team. While Cowboys fans, as well as myself, need to take this season one step at a time, the future prospects look bright for this football team


Really? They need to unload this guy, under Gruden they are not running the read option anymore!
BluenSilver4evr

Hawk wrote:
Just read an article where Hatcher talks about how the Redskins fans absolutely hate the Cowboys.

My God how does somebody in their life learn to hate a Football team?

I have to say, with all my years as a big time fan, I never hated a football team. My least favorites were the Steelers and 49er's. The Redskins and Eagles and Gnats are a media hype to me.

In all our SB runs those 3 team weren't ever a problem.


Well somewhere in there are the Browns and the Rams. HaHa I have read some of your past articles.

Foreskins get blown out this week
Hawk

Oh you are dangerous lmao.

Yes the Browns from a Bobby Hayes article I wrote. The Rams from Danny White article. All that now is to hard to even remember....Thxs a lot.

This is what happens to us at 7-1 or 8-0

Six times the Cowboys have lost the first playoff game (All Divisional Playoff games):
1968 & 1969 lost to Cleveland
1976, 1979, & 1983 lost to LA Rams
2007 lost to NY Giants

One time the Cowboys lost the second playoff game (NFC Championship Game):
1994 lost to SF 49ers

Three times the Cowboys won the Super Bowl:
1977 (8-0) beat Denver in Super Bowl XII
1992 beat Buffalo in Super Bowl XXVII
1995 beat Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XXX


It is pretty much all or nothing when it comes to the fate of Dallas. Several of those seasons, the Cowboys suffered key injuries down the stretch.
- 1968 Don Meridith got out of a hospital bed
- 1976 Roger Staubach broke his hand
- 1979 Ed Jones and Charlie Waters missed the entire season
- 1994 Many Cowboys suffered various injuries to include Erik Williams and his car accident.
- 2007 Terrell Owens was hobbled with a late ankle injury week 16 in Carolina.

I don't have enough time to write the White article about his injuries, especially during big games.
El Kabong

Yeah I hate the Eagles, watching this cards game is starting to make me sick.

Dallas will win over Washington, its a long ways to the Eagles but I hope we kill them when we meet.
LoneStar

El Kabong wrote:
Yeah I hate the Eagles, watching this cards game is starting to make me sick.

Dallas will win over Washington, its a long ways to the Eagles but I hope we kill them when we meet.


Both teams cannot sustain a drive, they are quick strike only. But I just want to get by the Redskins for now.
Nightrider

Heading out to the sports bar right now, I'm so tired of waiting for this game bounce
Hawk

I'm actually here tonight, but sorry don't want to post during this game. Maybe at halftime, but anybody else go for it drunken
Nightrider

Deja Vu, I've seen this same team for yrs
LoneStar

Tough loss, and Romo and the whole team just looked bad. Why they didn't make adjustments for the blitz at halftime, well I don't have a clue.

Main concern, I hope Tony is okay after the beating he took. Worst thing last night, the decision to put Tony back in. Keep Tony in the locker room and I'm sure we win the game.

This is a very tough loss, 1st its the Skins, and they were 2-5 how embarrassing is that? 2nd it was a division game, and they are very important.
Hawk

I turned off the TV and went out last night after the Skins went ahead 10-7. At that point after watching the turnovers again, I was done.

I too knew it was deja vu, and I could see the hand writing on the wall.

Now when we play Ariz., get ready for the blitz....it will be coming.
BluenSilver4evr

It comes down to bad decisions, by the coaching staff and Romo. Plus they are now saying JJ told Garrett to put Romo back in.

This is why we won't make it in the playoffs. Beat Seattle and the Saints, and then lose to a scrub team like Wash.
angry1  angry2  angry3
Hawk

BluenSilver4evr wrote:
It comes down to bad decisions, by the coaching staff and Romo. Plus they are now saying JJ told Garrett to put Romo back in.

This is why we won't make it in the playoffs. Beat Seattle and the Saints, and then lose to a scrub team like Wash.
angry1  angry2  angry3


IRVING – Jason Garrett confirmed Tuesday that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones did not tell the team’s head coach that Tony Romo was playing when he returned to the sidelines after having an X-ray on his bruised back.

While Romo was being evaluated late in the third quarter and for much of the fourth, Jones came down from his owner’s box to check on his franchise QB. Jones then went onto the Cowboys sideline to inform Garrett that Romo would be able to return if needed.

“He had been down with the doctors for the X-ray and for the examination in the locker room and just been in there for the tail end of that,” Garrett said, “and just came out and indicated that the X-rays were negative and that as long as he was functional, he could be capable of playing in the game.”

Was Garrett surprised to see his boss delivering the message himself?

“I think the ideal situation is to get it communicated as quickly as possible,” Garrett said, “and he felt like he could do it. It wasn’t a big deal to me at all.”

What does Garrett think of some portraying Jones’ sideline visit as an order to put Romo back in the game?

Garrett: “Don’t worry about how things are being portrayed.”
Desperado

Going to save my knee jerk reactions for next week.

Yes the Cowboys lost a close one, but now they really have things they need to evaluate. They did look like the same team of the last 3 seasons against Wash.

We always seem to play to the other teams, weak or strong. Now we will be playing a strong team, it will finally tell us something as fans.

Ariz. will not have a clue who is the starting QB until game time. Maybe that will help us just a little.
Hawk

If nobody else is going to say it, Tony looked like he was playing scared. He has assumed that fetal position a lot this season exposing his back.

The Cowboys better spend all day against the Cards just running the ball. Plus just and dunk passes, because the Cards will be blitzing all day long.

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