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hmmmmmmmmmmm. That's one huge bone-headed WRONG call to give Dallas a first down on 3rd down, and one blatantly ignored bone-headed WRONG no-call on a 3rd down for us. These refs must have quite the money on the Cowboys.

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Woah! No call on that pull by Carr?

Simms tried to justify it. "It didn't effect anything"

Oh so pulling someone down doesn't effect it? Really interesting

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Lol, didnt effect the play?

No kidding. The ball was in the air and the defender had a hand full of jersey, pulling with enough force to turn Fleener's upper body. 

 

We need a turnover or we're done before the half. 

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Would like to see fleener fight a little harder for the catch then just fall and expect the flag,

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Hurry up offense, abandon the run, that's our only hope. Running the ball is a waste of a play. Please, someone hire Pep as their HC in the offseason.

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Against a talented #2 or #1 vs a team with a good QB he is not very good, He is alright in my opinion don't get me wrong, But we will need to upgrade if this team really ever wants to be a SB threat

I don't disagree the Colts could upgrade, but he does not suck.

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I guess we see who Simms is rooting for

 

Didn't you know "the Cowboys are America's team" said in a sarcastic voice. And wouldn't you know it Kris Kristy is a Cowboys fan too.

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I agree...   this team is just getting sloppy and sloppier ...     as time goes on. 

 

and it is EVERYONE....      that is coaching.       accountability.      There obviously is not a tad on this team. 

 

The QB, Luck i can understand ...  but the acceptance of average play the last few weeks from others is just puzzling.. 

Why are we getting worse as the season progresses? We have sucked the last few weeks.

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Why are we getting worse as the season progresses? We have sucked the last few weeks.

No. We've played a litany of horrible teams. We fold against real teams almost every time. 

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How are any of our mistakes Pagano's fault?  I'm not a Pagano fan, but a dropped pass isn't his fault.  A taunting penalty on Freeman isn't his fault

To go for a fake punt from our own 20 is a stupid call especially this early in the game. Also opening the game with 3 straight runs including a run on 3rd and 11? He routinely has this team unprepared to face the upper echelon teams of this league.

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Oh and why show a fake punt in a game that means NOTHING to you?    Stellar Chuck...   

 

Try it again in the playoffs....       sighhh

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I get the whole, "we're a second half team" thing, but I am sick and tired of watching this team start games where they're just not ready to play. Against a good team like today, we will get embarrassed if we don't start making plays. This team HAS A LOT to figure out going into the playoffs.

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To go for a fake punt from our own 20 is a stupid call especially this early in the game. Also opening the game with 3 straight runs including a run on 3rd and 11? He routinely has this team unprepared to face the upper echelon teams of this league.

Dewey was wide open. It was a good call but he dropped it.

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please at least stop them here. Can't go down 21-0 and expect to win. We are good at comebacks but the cowboys are very good at shredding the clock. We need to comeback NOW.

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