Minus Romo? He played like crap too. If his receivers were not dropping the pass, his throws were wobbly ducks for the most part. Not one person on the Cowboys played a good game, starting with Garrett and Ryan.
i aint worried. sure that game pretty much sucked for muh boyz but i am thinking this "defeat" will actually be a good thing for Dallas. rather get the losses early in the season over with. lol seattle won their super bowl today. seattle played today like they were high on coke. the nfl best be testing those players in the next day or two. nope i am not really to worried about the team. Dallas is gonna be rebounding from this loss with new attitude. lol you new yorkers can relish in this defeat and your lucky win against tampa. we still own your butts this year
He had one questionable throw early that resulted in a TO and the wobbler to Witten (that Witten dropped), but that's about it that I can think of off the top of my head. He and his WRs weren't in sync, but the throws he made that did not connect made more sense to me than the routes that were run.
Different games every different week - that's what football is. Look at what happened to the Patriots this weekend.
More of the opening game too though haha.
I figured Carolina would really give them a hard time, but like the analysts said - I didn't think Carolina would actually win..
Good job by Carolina and bad job by the Saints.
Being 0-2 in that division already could be quite disastrous, especially since the NFC is so strong.
And that was against the Cardinals (who beat the Seahawks last week). So maybe we're just severely underestimating the AFCW? Who knows. In my opinion, this is what the NFL has come to 20 years into implementing a salary cap. Every team has good players, it's just about how you match up with the opponent you have that week-- hence the parity.
The great teams are able to overcome bad matchups, but there aren't many great teams in the NFL these days.