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So I just saw news that (Loosen up Sandy baby. You're wound way to tight.) may have injured his back against the Seahawks

And their rookie RB, Elliot, was seen at a Colorado Marijuana store...

 

 

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Dak Prescott seems legit.  

My brother is a lifelong Cowbum, he compared him to Warren Moon and I just stood there with my mouth open.   ****!

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Fans just can't help getting ahead of themselves. 

I liked watching Dak at MissSt (mainly because I like anyone that has a chance to knock off Bama) and I think he can be successful in Dallas if Tony R ever gets hurt.

Right now tho, he is staring holes into his WRs, usually the first one because it's preseason and the first one is open. Against game planned defenses, things won't be so easy. 

I view preseason as it pertains to young players similar to the NBA summer league. Playing good/great doesn't mean you have it, but playing awful is usually a better sign that you don't/won't have it. 

So we will see. 

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11 minutes ago, Momma There Goes That Man said:

Fans just can't help getting ahead of themselves. 

I liked watching Dak at MissSt (mainly because I like anyone that has a chance to knock off Bama) and I think he can be successful in Dallas if Tony R ever gets hurt.

Right now tho, he is staring holes into his WRs, usually the first one because it's preseason and the first one is open. Against game planned defenses, things won't be so easy. 

I view preseason as it pertains to young players similar to the NBA summer league. Playing good/great doesn't mean you have it, but playing awful is usually a better sign that you don't/won't have it. 

So we will see. 

 

I think the change we saw in Dak his last year at Miss St. was very impressive.  He changed his game and made plays from the pocket.  

He's a natural leader by all accounts, and the type of guy you would want as a face of a franchise.

Obviously I'm hoping it all falls apart like a house of cards, but I would bet on Dak before I would bet on Elliot having a great career in the NFL.

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RIP Tony Romo.  Best QB in our era to never win a super bowl, and better than some who have (Eli, Flacco).

 

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I swear the Cowboys have to have the dumbest fans in the NFL...Now that Dak is gonna start they are SB bound..lmao

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It's a shame Roma will probably get traded to some lower-level team finish out his career in obscurity all because they couldn't protect him well I will not be crying a river that's for certain

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He's always hurt.  Cowgirls fans always have them going to the SuperBowl every year with ESPN and NFL.COM with an asterisk *If Romo stays healthy

Total Joke of a franchise. 

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On 8/27/2016 at 7:24 AM, Aireskoi said:

Dak Prescott seems legit.  

My brother is a lifelong Cowbum, he compared him to Warren Moon and I just stood there with my mouth open.   ****!

I maybe wrong but didn't they said similar things about Weeden last year about this time after a couple of preseason games? :)

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I just heard Romo out 6-10 weeks with broken back. 

http://www.si.com/nfl/2016/08/27/tony-romo-cowboys-injury-update-broken-bone-back?xid=aol_home

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has a broken bone in his back, head coach Jason Garrett told reporters on Saturday.

Pro Football Talk reports Romo is expected to miss 6–10 weeks. NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reports that the best-case scenario is a mid-season return, noting that Romo played with a different broken bone in his back in 2014. There is currently no timetable for his return, according to the team, but it is not a season-ending injury.

 

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6 minutes ago, TheGreek1973 said:

I maybe wrong but didn't they said similar things about Weeden last year about this time after a couple of preseason games? :)

 

But Weeden throws a beautiful ball though?  Yes, but I think everyone with a brain knew better.

 

I've seen so much growth and maturity with Dak through the years.  He was an option QB running the gimmick stuff and he stayed in school his last year to learn the pro-style offense.  I think he has displayed the leadership qualities of a Warren Moon.

 

This is a **** the cowboys thread, so I'll leave it at that.  I hope I'm as wrong as possible, but I was very unhappy when they drafted him.

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Whether Dak ends up being a good QB or not down the road is besides the point of Cowboys fans actually truly believing him starting from Day 1 is going to improve the team immediately.  Myopia runs strong in Dallas.

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However many attempts they had 2 years ago when Demarco was running it every down, they will beat that trying to protect Prescott.  Romo too, for that matter, when he gets back.

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Hmmm rematches the Cowboys game to see what the hype was about....  

 

Elliot looked good and I think he would will be a good RB in the league... But I was afraid I was going to see a RB like AP but he wasn't that so I was relieved.

Dak.... Ok he didn't look lost like a many rookie QB but am I the only one that thinks Dak was pretty inaccurate for a person with all this hype???    Romo when healthy is much much better QB than this guy

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15 hours ago, TheGreek1973 said:
On August 27, 2016 at 7:24 AM, Aireskoi said:

 

I maybe wrong but didn't they said similar things about Weeden last year about this time after a couple of preseason games? :)

I don't recall this at all so I'm going to say you're wrong. 

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