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  • The Cowboys Don't Have The Juice To Stay With Big Blue

    Who would you rather have Dez or Nicks ( Nicks all day long )
    Who would you rather have Romo or Eli ( Same deal )
    Who would you rather have Ware Or Jason Pierre Paul ( Condisering we also have Tuck, Osi, and Kiwi. This question becomes sillier and sillier )
    Webster or any one of their corners ? ( yeah the rookie too )
    Rolle or any Cowboy safety
    Considering the RBs might be a tie ( Although We'll stay with AB and DW )
    I cannot see the Cowboys going " Blow For Blow " with The Giants in a game. ( No pun intended, but we have more Stars than they do )

  • eLi MusT gO dEEp
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    This ain't the mid-90s no more, Cowgirl fans.

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  • ProfessorCrue
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    the real question is, can the giants keep up with the Cowboys this year.

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  • Ntegrase96
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    Originally posted by Eliscruzzz View Post
    Let me just put this out there in no way am I saying Carr sucks cause he doesn't but in no way am I saying he is a number 1 either I want to see how he does in the NFC this year I mean s*** it was a very nice pick up for the Cowboys but that being said I think Claiborne will be your #1 sometime down the road. Carr to me just doesn't seem like a #1 to me if he was on the Giants I think he would be a perfect compliment to Webster so he wouldn't hae the pressure of being a number one, cause most Dallas fans (not saying you cause you seem reasonable) but most will call for his head if he gets burned this year,just remember if that happens he is a perfect #2.
    I understand. I look at it a little differently though. And yes, Claiborne will most likely be our number 1 as early as next year.

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  • Ntegrase96
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    Jenkins cleared to play; taken off PUP. Could begin practice as early as Saturday.

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  • sodbuster
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    what player is better than the other does not matter
    except QB eli scores TD'S romo chokes

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  • Eliscruzzz
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    Originally posted by Ntegrase96 View Post
    Just from last year, he was good against Calvin and he was good against the GB passing attack-- although they were without Jennings. Still he handled Nelson and Driver pretty well.

    And I agree. Even though as a former corner, I can't stand the way Asante plays the position, I have to give him his props. He's better than Carr... or more valuable I should say. ( I really dislike how succeptable he is to screens)
    Let me just put this out there in no way am I saying Carr sucks cause he doesn't but in no way am I saying he is a number 1 either I want to see how he does in the NFC this year I mean s*** it was a very nice pick up for the Cowboys but that being said I think Claiborne will be your #1 sometime down the road. Carr to me just doesn't seem like a #1 to me if he was on the Giants I think he would be a perfect compliment to Webster so he wouldn't hae the pressure of being a number one, cause most Dallas fans (not saying you cause you seem reasonable) but most will call for his head if he gets burned this year,just remember if that happens he is a perfect #2.

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  • Ntegrase96
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    Originally posted by Eliscruzzz View Post
    Yes I've seen him play before I used to watch the Cheifs a lot, you just haven't seen the risks cause like I said he either intercepted it or someone else helped out all I'm saying is that when you go against top QBs in the league you won't be able to take those risks. Who really scares you as a receiver that he has covered so far? I can't think of anyone even in the preseason remember too he is learning a whole new system with Ryan, there could be busted plays. I know he's not Asante cause I think Asante is better imo.
    Just from last year, he was good against Calvin and he was good against the GB passing attack-- although they were without Jennings. Still he handled Nelson and Driver pretty well.

    And I agree. Even though as a former corner, I can't stand the way Asante plays the position, I have to give him his props. He's better than Carr... or more valuable I should say. ( I really dislike how succeptable he is to screens)

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  • Eliscruzzz
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    Originally posted by Ntegrase96 View Post
    I don't think anyone thinks he's the next Revis. Claiborne may be close to a top corner evnetually, but no one is expecting Carr to elevate his game to 'Carr Island'. He IS a borderline top 10 CB. However no one here wants to aknowledge that because Brandon Flowers is so great on the other side despite the fact that there isn't a clear 1 and 2 CB on the Cheifs. Meaning Carr saw plenty of action from top WRs depending on where they lined up.

    Takes too many risks? Have you seen Carr play before? He's not asante.
    Yes I've seen him play before I used to watch the Cheifs a lot, you just haven't seen the risks cause like I said he either intercepted it or someone else helped out all I'm saying is that when you go against top QBs in the league you won't be able to take those risks. Who really scares you as a receiver that he has covered so far? I can't think of anyone even in the preseason remember too he is learning a whole new system with Ryan, there could be busted plays. I know he's not Asante cause I think Asante is better imo.

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  • Ntegrase96
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    Originally posted by Eliscruzzz View Post
    the other 10 he has done very well, like I said remember he never played with a Brandon Flowers, so................I don't know what to tell you I just think it's funny that Cowboy fans think he's the next Revis when he never had to cover the #1's for a full year to me the guys takes to many risks that leds to big plays yes you can get away with that crap over in the AFC west but in the NFC with all the accurate QBs that will make you pay, could hurt you guys.
    I don't think anyone thinks he's the next Revis. Claiborne may be close to a top corner evnetually, but no one is expecting Carr to elevate his game to 'Carr Island'. He IS a borderline top 10 CB. However no one here wants to aknowledge that because Brandon Flowers is so great on the other side despite the fact that there isn't a clear 1 and 2 CB on the Cheifs. Meaning Carr saw plenty of action from top WRs depending on where they lined up.

    Takes too many risks? Have you seen Carr play before? He's not asante.

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  • Eliscruzzz
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    Originally posted by Ntegrase96 View Post
    If you want to bring safeties into it, I'll have to give you the nod. Phillips is pretty good but Rolle is iffy.

    Right. Jenkins MAY end up being placed on PUP, but that means he'll miss only 5 games. That's still up in the air. So let's go ahead and strike both TT and Jenkins from the conversation.

    If we're talking about the opener, which I apologize I'd lost sight of, then I'd say it's probably a push for both sides considering Jenkins may not play. If he does, edge Dallas.
    No need to apologize just didn't know what you were getting at if Jenkins does play in the opener then yes you have the edge how can I argue that when two of our starters will be out you just can't do it and the Rolle iffy thing yes when he has to play corner I wet my bed everytime but when he plays his natural safety position he's above average.

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  • Ntegrase96
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    Originally posted by Eliscruzzz View Post
    ]Well since you want to put rookies into the equation we have hosley how can do everything claiborne does don't count himout plus Michael Coe has surprised me don't be shocked if you see him oh and I also I read a report today that Thomas is going to play this season just not the opener even though he is shooting to play in that game so when everyone is healthy you got Webster, TT2, Prince, Coe, and Hosley paired with one of the top safeties in the league with Kenny Phillips and Rolle yes I think our secondary is better then your's, plus isn't Jenkins hurt too he's not going to be ready for the opener either so what are you talking about?
    If you want to bring safeties into it, I'll have to give you the nod. Phillips is pretty good but Rolle is iffy.

    Right. Jenkins MAY end up being placed on PUP, but that means he'll miss only 5 games. That's still up in the air. So let's go ahead and strike both TT and Jenkins from the conversation.

    If we're talking about the opener, which I apologize I'd lost sight of, then I'd say it's probably a push for both sides considering Jenkins may not play. If he does, edge Dallas.

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  • Eliscruzzz
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    Originally posted by Ntegrase96 View Post
    Well that covers 6 games a year... who do they play for the other 10?
    the other 10 he has done very well, like I said remember he never played with a Brandon Flowers, so................I don't know what to tell you I just think it's funny that Cowboy fans think he's the next Revis when he never had to cover the #1's for a full year to me the guys takes to many risks that leds to big plays yes you can get away with that crap over in the AFC west but in the NFC with all the accurate QBs that will make you pay, could hurt you guys.

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  • Eliscruzzz
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    ]Well since you want to put rookies into the equation we have hosley how can do everything claiborne does don't count himout plus Michael Coe has surprised me don't be shocked if you see him oh and I also I read a report today that Thomas is going to play this season just not the opener even though he is shooting to play in that game so when everyone is healthy you got Webster, TT2, Prince, Coe, and Hosley paired with one of the top safeties in the league with Kenny Phillips and Rolle yes I think our secondary is better then your's, plus isn't Jenkins hurt too he's not going to be ready for the opener either so what are you talking about?

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  • Ntegrase96
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    Originally posted by Eliscruzzz View Post
    Yeah Jenkins is better then anyone we have? If they are somuch better then why did they get burned by Eli twice last year I said when you combine the whole secondary the Giants are better you can't really say that Claiborne is better then Prince cause Prince did more then Clay has done in the NFL as of right now I get it you want to justify your 1st round pick but lets wait until he plays a game 1st Prince did play very well last year in the playoffs did you watch him in the Championship game against San Fran,or against Green Bay high powered offense, he was awesome against Atlanta stud wr's oh yeah he didn't do that back against your team in the last game of the regular season so he was coming along nice last year and just because Clay was a higher draft pick doesn't by any means, mean he is better let's wait on that.
    Well seeing how they burned newman on most of the occasions (not a Cowboy any longer) and Jenkins could barely lift his arm above his head I think things will be a bit different.

    You also are yet again without TT and Ross is gone now as well (even though he was bad). So you have Webster and Amukamara and who else?

    Do you deny that Jenkins is not better than the people you have after Webster??

    It's not me justifying our first round selection. Claiborne has looked pretty good. I'm not saying he's better now, but I don't think being better than Amukamara by the end of the year is a hard mountain to climb.

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