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Old 18.01.2010, 08:27 AM
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my 1st season supporting the boys......
WOW its been emotional..... roll on next season caint wait ....
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Old 18.01.2010, 08:36 AM
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well the O-line seriously needs to look at themselves, they let a admittedly very good minn D-line run through all night,blocking assignments were not carried out, they were getting a lot off pressure with just 4 rushing (personally prefer a 4-3 to 3-4 defense),couple off the TD's given away shouldnt off happened senserbaugh covering a WR what was newman doing.

This will just be food to the romo haters but what the hell was he supposed to do he was playing dodge the lineman all game.but overall i never expected to get this far so generally pleased just hope we can have a sensible draft (can jerry do that)get some new O-line and WR in,also think flo adams might off played his last game and maybe columbo with the way free has played.
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Old 18.01.2010, 10:48 AM
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Gutted,
It looked like the Oline was left back in Dallas but then again we have improved on last season. roll next season and Superbowl 45 at Cowboys Stadium. Lets hope we become the first team to win a Superbowl on there own ground.
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Old 18.01.2010, 11:34 AM
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Agreed that Romo looked bad but I think the maint crew in the dome may ask him for his assessment of it as he seemed to spend an awful lot of time looking at it

All of a sudden Folk looked like a decent kicker

Requirements for next year

Upgrade the O Line
Kicker
Somebody to draw some coverage from Austin as I think a lot of teams may try to shut him down
Get rid of Williams
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Old 18.01.2010, 05:28 PM
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We let ourselves down alright tonight, but i still can take alot of positives from the season. As long as we progress and improve next season good things will happen. Just be patient, it will come as long as we live long enough
Were you feeling ok when you wrote this? or were you drunk at the time
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Old 18.01.2010, 05:50 PM
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At the beginning of the season if you offered me 11-5 plus a play-off win against the eagle's i'd of bitten your hand off but cant help feeling as though its a missed opportunity!!! Moving forward i think this defeat can help us because it has laid bare the deficiencies in our team!! Our o-line need's an upgrade, we need a BIG wide receiver who can strech the field and also i believe our defense could do with a real ball hawking safety. I hope to see Wade back next year as i believe he's doing a good job. I would'nt shed any tear's if garret didnt return as too many time's he get's away from whats working looking for the 'big play'.
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Old 18.01.2010, 06:07 PM
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Were you feeling ok when you wrote this? or were you drunk at the time
Nope, i am not drunk at the moment either and i still feel the same. It has been a more positive season than not. We ended the eagles season and the over the top exhilaration of the saints fans. We brought them down to earth. But i suppose they will be talking more smack soon enough and the bandwagon will grow ever more. But maybe why i post like i do is that i see things from a pessimistic view and thus losing does not hurt so much. Not a bad trait to have imo.
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Old 19.01.2010, 02:24 PM
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Nope, i am not drunk at the moment either and i still feel the same. It has been a more positive season than not. We ended the eagles season and the over the top exhilaration of the saints fans. We brought them down to earth. But i suppose they will be talking more smack soon enough and the bandwagon will grow ever more. But maybe why i post like i do is that i see things from a pessimistic view and thus losing does not hurt so much. Not a bad trait to have imo.
Thats true, but I always believe were going to win, no matter who we play (its called Man U sindrome)
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Old 19.01.2010, 02:33 PM
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Thats true, but I always believe were going to win, no matter who we play (its called Man U sindrome)
Whats the point of playing if you think you are going to lose?
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Old 19.01.2010, 06:12 PM
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Angry Doh!

I'm afraid we didn't have the killer instint!
We had possession and chances early doors and didn't take them and it cost us.
Mind you an improvement on recent times!
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