ForeverBlue wrote: ajgnydc722 wrote:
ForeverBlue wrote:I have to correct myself, sorry. I said we broke Pederson's ribs. I forgot to add that we broke his friggin back too. So after he faced the Giants he is pondering retirement. LOL. Vinny is what, 42? So be prepared to Romo starting for you in week 6. ROTFLMAO. Maybe you should have kept Quincy on your team.
Also, you're banged up in your defensive backfield. Roy Williams is the real deal but he can't cover everyone. I see Carter burning the Doll-ass secondary for a long score.
You're talking an awful lot of trash for a team that was 4-12 last year and hasn't really beat any team worth mentioning this year
. (The Packers aren't worth mentioning without Favre. If he didn't go down, the game would have been alot different.)
...and who did the Cowboys beat? I would only say Cleveland because the Refs beat Washington.
The Cowboys went 10-6 last year. They already took care of teams like Washington and Cleveland, etc. The Giants are trying to make a name for themselves. Once they beat a team like Carolina or Philly like the 'Boys did last year, then they'll be better in my mind. But beating Cleveland and Washington doesn't make you a contender.
And you weren't dominating crap with Favre in the game. You won 14-7. Saying "well if Warner scored a TD instead of throwing a INT and if Christie made 3 FGs...blah blah blah" doesn't mean anything. I can say the same things. Anyone can. If Quincy Carter threw 60 TDs and Troy Hambrick rushed for 2000 yards last year, then the Cowboys would've won the superbowl. See. It's not that hard to make idiot statements. The fact is, Warner DID throw a pick in the endzone, and Christie DID miss those field goals. You can't change that or act as if that didn't happen.