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  • Props to the Giants.

    Clearly the better team than Dallas this year.


    Good game, fellows. Represent the NFC East well in the playoffs, and we'll see you next season.

  • #2
    Re: Congratulations to the Giants.

    Good game to you too bro...you gave us a scare and definitely made us work for it till the end

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    • #3
      Re: Props to the Giants.



      thanks for the props Asia!




      see ya'll next year!

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      • #4
        Re: Congratulations to the Giants.

        [quote user="egyptian420"]Good game to you too bro...you gave us a scare and definitely made us work for it till the end
        [/quote]

        Thanks.

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        • #5
          Re: Props to the Giants.

          [quote user="Cowboys Fan From Asia"]Clearly the better team than Dallas this year.


          Good game, guys. Represent the NFC East well in the playoffs, and see you next season.
          [/quote] please remove "this year"

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          • #6
            Re: Congratulations to the Giants.

            [quote user="Cowboys Fan From Asia"][quote user="egyptian420"]Good game to you too bro...you gave us a scare and definitely made us work for it till the end
            [/quote]

            Thanks.
            [/quote]

            just bc the cowboys are losers doesnt make u one. the class and respect u show us here when u visit is noted and appreciated. good luck to u guys, and let us know some of the things u hear about ur roster during the offseason.

            i suspect u guys will have a lot of new faces next year. like the jets, i suspect u guys will try and stock up on draft picks bc there really isnt gonna be quality FA's u need for the back end, especially the quantity u need.

            and not to kick u when ur down at all, but did u guys honestly give sensabaugh and some of ur other dbacks big contract extensions/?? WTF is Jones thinking? that if u pay em like good players they suddenly become one?

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            • #7
              Re: Props to the Giants.

              I don't get it. So you are from Asia, live in Virginia, and like Dallas. Is that right?

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              • #8
                Re: Props to the Giants.

                [quote user="TuckYou"]I don't get it. So you are from Asia, live in Virginia, and like Dallas. Is that right?[/quote]

                Merica's team sonnie.

                Ain't no darn confussin bout it.

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                • #9
                  Re: Props to the Giants.

                  [quote user="TuckYou"]I don't get it. So you are from Asia, live in Virginia, and like Dallas. Is that right?[/quote]



                  Born in Dallas, lived in Asia for over a decade, and currently reside in Virginia. Yeah, it's a roundabout story.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Props to the Giants.

                    i think dallas stopped being 'mericas team when JJ fired landry.


                    Gonna miss the big guy. rofl.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Congratulations to the Giants.

                      [quote user="giantsfan420"] not to kick u when ur down at all, but did u guys honestly give sensabaugh and some of ur other dbacks big contract extensions/?? WTF is Jones thinking? that if u pay em like good players they suddenly become one?[/quote]


                      I don't quite get it either. I think maybe Jerry is so desperate for good players that he's willing to pay top dollar to secure a "good" one (when he thinks he sees one). Sure, he pays top dollar for very good players indeed - Ware, Witten, Romo, Austin, etc. Unfortunately, he forks out cash for second-tier players (Sensabaugh, Marion Barber, etc.) as if they're first-tier ones.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Congratulations to the Giants.

                        [quote user="Cowboys Fan From Asia"]
                        I don't quite get it either. I think maybe Jerry is so desperate for good players that he's willing to pay top dollar to secure a "good" one (when he thinks he sees one). Sure, he pays top dollar for very good players indeed - Ware, Witten, Romo, Austin, etc. Unfortunately, he forks out cash for second-tier players (Sensabaugh, Marion Barber, etc.) as if they're first-tier ones.
                        [/quote]

                        That's why IMO you guys are being held back, Jerry needs to cede some power and get a real GM to handle football operations who can handle those kind of decisions in a rational manner, and Jerry can stick to what he's good at, the business end and marketing, etc. He is just too emotional and irrational, like a kid with an ant farm.
                        8-Time NFL Champions - 1927 1934 1938 1956 1986 1990 2007 2011

                        "You win close games because you're prepared to do it. It doesn't just come down to luck." -- Bill Parcells

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                        • #13
                          Re: Congratulations to the Giants.

                          [quote user="SweetZombieJesus"][quote user="Cowboys Fan From Asia"]
                          I don't quite get it either. I think maybe Jerry is so desperate for good players that he's willing to pay top dollar to secure a "good" one (when he thinks he sees one). Sure, he pays top dollar for very good players indeed - Ware, Witten, Romo, Austin, etc. Unfortunately, he forks out cash for second-tier players (Sensabaugh, Marion Barber, etc.) as if they're first-tier ones.
                          [/quote]

                          That's why IMO you guys are being held back, Jerry needs to cede some power and get a real GM to handle football operations who can handle those kind of decisions in a rational manner, and Jerry can stick to what he's good at, the business end and marketing, etc. He is just too emotional and irrational, like a kid with an ant farm.
                          [/quote]

                          Yes, and that is a point that is made endlessly on the Cowboys message board. However some Dallas fans regard hiring a GM to be some kind of a panacea which I think is a bit unrealistic too. It's not like a GM would suddenly make the Cowboys go 12-4 year after year.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Congratulations to the Giants.

                            [quote user="Cowboys Fan From Asia"][quote user="SweetZombieJesus"][quote user="Cowboys Fan From Asia"]
                            I don't quite get it either. I think maybe Jerry is so desperate for good players that he's willing to pay top dollar to secure a "good" one (when he thinks he sees one).* Sure, he pays top dollar for very good players indeed - Ware, Witten, Romo, Austin, etc.** Unfortunately, he forks out cash for second-tier players (Sensabaugh, Marion Barber, etc.) as if they're first-tier ones.
                            [/quote]

                            That's why IMO you guys are being held back, Jerry needs to cede some power and get a real GM to handle football operations who can handle those kind of decisions in a rational manner, and Jerry can stick to what he's good at, the business end and marketing, etc.* He is just too emotional and irrational, like a kid with an ant farm.*
                            [/quote]

                            Yes, and that is a point that is made endlessly on the Cowboys message board. However some Dallas fans regard hiring a GM to be some kind of a panacea which I think is a bit unrealistic too. It's not like a GM would suddenly make the Cowboys go 12-4 year after year.
                            [/quote]

                            Not that you need any example to back your statement here, but look no farther than Dan Snyder as the other prime example.

                            Many thought that once he fired his buddy as GM end of 09 and hired Bruce Allen, a supposed GM genius, that Snyder would be virtually hands off with personnel decisions and that the Redskins would turn around.

                            I haven't seen one iota of difference in how the Redskins are run, do you?

                            Same thing would occur with Jones, I agree. As long as Jerry is tied to the team, things won't change for the Cowboys, unfortunately for you (but fortunately for us!!!

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