Cowboys Vs. Colts (fox 7 Pm) Tonight

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    One of our "competitors" vs one of our "menaces" begin their preseason tonight........you may want to tune in.
     
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    yeah, I don't know who I want to lose more.....
     
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    maybe they both will lose :specnatz:
     
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    Hey Joe Buck must have skipped the make-up chair....first time I have seen him and he doesn't look 12. :whip:
     
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    dallas OLine looked pretty solid. maybe the Davis pickup wasn't that bad after all....they may have overpaid but they improved the talent level no doubt.

    romo looked smooth on his throws but after last year's season ending blunder, how could you ever believe in this guy if you were a Cowboys fan. I also like his touch on his throws but sometimes they float a bit too much and could easily be picked off.

    indy's defense looked pretty below average and they are woefully thin at CB and have little talent at LB. I think there is a chink in the Colt's armor this year and I would love for the Texans to be the team that puts a spear thru that chink and slay the beast once and for all.
     
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    Wolf 100% Texan

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    I still don't know how Indy won the superbowl with that run defense,but with that said, I still give Dungy and crew a very well deserved props for fixing it at the right time,even if it were just over a short stretch of time but the right time.
     
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    There is nothing more miserable than being in that sweat pit in August and Sept.
     
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    This game is sooo boring. I wish I had cable or something so I could at least watch NBC.
     


  9. TEXANRED

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    Hey Viagra is one of the sponcers for this game.

    Maybe the Colts should hand some out to there D so there defense "stiffens up."

    The Colts look awfull.

    A steady dose of the run game again could spell out another win.:texflag:
     
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    "Maybe its about being hungry."

    Quote of the year by Marvin Harrison.


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  11. TEXANRED

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    you would think if you make a few million a year he could afford a Big Mac.
     
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    It's not that bad up on the second level, moreso in the winter.
     
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    powerfuldragon g'mornin to you

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    the two teams i hate most.


    also, m. harrison looks like he has fetal alcohol syndrome.
     
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    I thought the roach on Romo during the interview was pretty funny. Although it would have been funnier if he cried like a little girl when it was put on him.
     
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    That was pretty funny. Thank goodness he has a sense of humor to go along with those good looks.:)
     
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    Indy's second string O-line looked bad.
     
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    The Cowboys. I believe the score was 23-10. Even though I am a fan, I still have a hard time staying focused on pre-season games. In fact, I went outside at half-time to quickly do a couple things in the yard, and upon returning the Cowboys had scored two touchdowns. I would never be distracted during regular season.

    A couple friends were competing for my extra ticket on Saturday, and to keep down the confusion, I bought one of the fundraiser tickets. I have been just as comfortable tailgating with some of my friends during the game which is still my preference.
     
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    Dallas. I fell asleep somewhere in the 4th qtr, and wasn't always paying attention when it was on. Pre-season games bore me to tears unless it's the Texans. :splits:
     
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    I love preseason games. One, it's been 6 months since I've seen a game on TV. 7 months since I've seen one in person. At this point, I'm jonesing for some football. Two, you get a peek at all the changes that have been made around the league. Three, there's no pressure to win. The rookies can play extended time, and the backups can make a name for themselves. Matt Schaub, for instance, parlayed his outstanding play in the preseason to a $48 million contract.

    August is for the preseason, and I hope the NFL, and the TV networks, never cut into it and add additional regular season games. The records would become meaningless and fewer star players would make it through the grind and be available for the playoffs. The 4 seasons of the NFL (preseason, regular season, postseason, and the draft season) should never change.
     
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    I gotta admit that I like seeing the rookies play during the pre-season, but other then that it's all a bunch of "meh".
     

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