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  1. I think it's funny that he said this, as if the best CB in the NFL isn't the best in the world. Where else would the best CB be, in the AFL, NCAA, CFL?
  2. First drive went 3 and out, took up less than 1 minute. I think they had the ball for 4 minutes in the first half. Pick 6 in the second quarter off of Siemian, who looked really good before that. That's pretty much all I watched.
  3. Game is in jeopardy to not be played due to concerns over the field condition.
  4. Vincent, the 222 yards per game includes two games where he threw 5 passes for 50 combined yards. He really threw for 258 yards per game. That would come to 4100+ yards in 16 games.
  5. Moore had a higher interception and sack rate than Foles did last year. This is during the worst year that Foles had. He's had a couple good years, so it's tough to say that Foles is a proven sack and turnover machine. Foles also had some wins last year, while Moore has yet to win in the NFL. If I were a Cowboys fan, I'd feel better with Foles than Moore. I wouldn't want either as a long term franchise solution. As a backup who may need to start some games, Foles would be my pick.
  6. A very good offensive line, with a RB who's expected to be good, with a good WR core could be a good fit for Foles if he has to come in to play. I'd feel more better, as an Eagles fan, playing against Moore than Foles, with that team.
  7. I think it'd be a good move for Dallas to sign him as a backup.
  8. Who is worse, Agholor or Elliot?
  9. If you don't care if the team doesn't get turned around, then you don't care if the team does get turned around.
  10. They will be classic, just like the excuses you'll use if the team doesn't get turned around.
  11. The science experiments where people used conditions in an effort to match the conditions of the game, but didn't take into account actually using the balls in the first half? Didn't I destroy your posts before when you posted those experiments before? They put the wet ball in a fridge to try to mimick the environment, not accounting for the balls actually being used and handled by people throughout the half.
  12. So when it was reported that they were videotaping well before 2007, wouldn't that include 2004? The only reason you're saying it didn't happen before is because they were being punished for the 2007 incident. Its like if someone was selling drugs for a while and the cops were working on a case. Eventually, they get enough and arrest him when he has the most drugs he's selling at one time. They charge him for the latest since it's the greater charger. Your argument would be that he only sold drugs one time since he was only charged for the one time.
  13. You're going to pretend that the Patriots were 100% correct in everything that they did and shouldn't be punished for anything. Spygate may have had an effect on some plays. Maybe McNabb tries to throw a ball somewhere causing an incompletion due to the Patriots knowledge from spygate. This then helps cause a punt. Maybe they stop a run play due to spygate. We don't know the direct effects.
  14. Outside of QB, that goes for the other positions as well.
  15. Their thinking is probably that with an elite type RB last year, they would've been a playoff team. Romo could've rested longer and come back more healthy later in the year for the playoff push. They also could've given Romo some relief during the game as they could've relied more on the running game.