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Are There Some Similarities Between Week 4 Cowboys And Week 1 Giants?


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I was just thinking, Bryant dropped a lot of balls Monday night, and Romo missed Bryant/Austin for TDs in the game also. Reminded me of the mistakes the Giants made week 1 against the Cowboys. Of course Eli didnt turn the ball over, but there was a few miscues/drops in that game.

Maybe its not time to panic, hopefully this is just a really bad game that Dallas had to get out of their system. Heres hoping.

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I was just thinking, Bryant dropped a lot of balls Monday night, and Romo missed Bryant/Austin for TDs in the game also. Reminded me of the mistakes the Giants made week 1 against the Cowboys. Of course Eli didnt turn the ball over, but there was a few miscues/drops in that game.

Maybe its not time to panic, hopefully this is just a really bad game that Dallas had to get out of their system. Heres hoping.

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If your point is that the Cowboys in week 4 looked a lot like the Giants in week 1 except for Romo throwing five picks, that's not much of a point.

By the way, don't PM me pictures of your used tampons, it was funny the first time but it's getting weird.

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Giants are notorious slow starts and have shown to be able to pull it together when it matters and make a push to the playoffs and carry that momentum to the playoffs. The cowboys not so much.

I agree, my point was just to show that the Cowboys may have just had a really bad game. Well see week 5.

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The Cowboys have had two really bad games in four, to go along with a good enough game and a pretty crappy game they would have lost to a tougher opponent. It's fine and good to remain optimistic but the Giants starting the year off with a bad game doesn't mean every team that has a bad game is going to go on a Super Bowl run.

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There's still a lot of football to play.

Very much so, I see that last game against the Redskins possibly being as important as last year's against the Giants. Should make this MB pretty entertaining with you and Tammy Two-Team.
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Good thing, too, most of the people on here talk a good game in the offseason but when we're on a hot streak and they aren't this place is a ghost town.

True, pox and Reese are gone. JB still around, but a lot of saints fans are missing. The hardcore saints fans still here though. Funny not gonna lie, falcon fans took a lot **** in the offseason with the 2 points and how a dc and oc change wouldn't matter. Now there 4-0, life is funny.

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True, pox and Reese are gone. JB still around, but a lot of saints fans are missing. The hardcore saints fans still here though. Funny not gonna lie, falcon fans took a lot **** in the offseason with the 2 points and how a dc and oc change wouldn't matter. Now there 4-0, life is funny.

It's funny as all ****, and it's great as a Falcon fan to know that we're as locked-in to a home playoff game as you can possibly get one month into a season. That said, it's kind of depressing to see RC turn into thirty posts a day not including Rave.

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It's funny as all ****, and it's great as a Falcon fan to know that we're as locked-in to a home playoff game as you can possibly get one month into a season. That said, it's kind of depressing to see RC turn into thirty posts a day not including Rave.

I wish knew which one of the posters here falconkillas/phillyvick is pretending to be. So I can point and laugh at him everytime he posts. I've got suspicions though, so whoever you are now phillyvick, just know I'm laughing at you

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I was just thinking, Bryant dropped a lot of balls Monday night, and Romo missed Bryant/Austin for TDs in the game also. Reminded me of the mistakes the Giants made week 1 against the Cowboys. Of course Eli didnt turn the ball over, but there was a few miscues/drops in that game.

Maybe its not time to panic, hopefully this is just a really bad game that Dallas had to get out of their system. Heres hoping.

Looking to the Giants and Eli for a silver lining? That's desperate.

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lol

Gotta admit, screwing up in week 1 odds are more likely to happen. Week 4 you should be cleaning up the mistakes and getting ready to make a run.

Look at the Cowboys the last 6 years...see if you see anything familiar this year.

Im not ready to panic, but Im used to this sort of "roller coaster" ride.

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Why would you panic? Who would panic over a predicted (by you) 8-8 season? It's not worth it man. 8-8 is .500, which is considered a non-winning season any way you slice it. That is average, nothing to panic about being average is there?

Panic? NO. Disgusted? YES.

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