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It’s been a good start for Cowboys Nation, and more work is still ahead of us. I can’t say that I’m surprised by our 3-0 start. Let the rest of the league continue to downplay our success as we B-slap and Boof the competition on our way to our 6th ring. I felt all along that we had what it takes this year to be a good team. I think we’ll be 5-0 going into the New England Patsy game. (can somebody please smack the shit out of Tom Brady? Please!) We must not, however, overlook the Lambs on Sunday. Yes, they will be without Stephen Jackson at tailback, Orlando Pace at left tackle, and Mark Setterstrom at guard. But they still have two of the most dangerous wide receivers in the game in Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce. Once again our secondary will be tested. I just hope that our pass rush puts enough pressure on Bulger to force some key mistakes, and possibly some Defensive points for The Good Guys. Much the same as we did in Chicago, ultimately resulting in the benching of “Train Rex Gross Man”. And how ‘bout Anthony Henry stepping up bigtime for the second week in a row with two picks, one going for a TD! Roy Williams also had another interception, his second in as many games. We still need Terrence Newman back full time though. He’s a great player, and only makes our Defense better. I will again submit my plea to have Isaiah Stanback in the game for at least a few plays to stretch the Defense with his speed on some deep routes with Terry Glenn still nursing his knee injury.

Patrick Crayton, your prayer that we didn’t need that easy touchdown that you dropped before halftime against the Bears was answered. Hey Officials! We beat BOTH teams playing against us in Chicago…You and the Bears! Only a good team can overcome all those bad calls. The Cowboys proved that they are that good on Sunday night.

Our captains for the year were finally announced: Tony Romo and Jason Witten on Offense, Brady James on Defense, and Keith Davis on Special Teams. They were voted as captains by the team, not appointed by Wade. They will not be wearing the “C” patches like some of the other teams in the league though, as the Cowboys front office thinks that the patch “clutters up the front of the uniform”.

Prediction: Dallas 38 – St. Louis 17

(but I hope it’s a shutout)

Go Cowboys!

Kill Joe!

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We better f’n beat the Bears on Sunday night. We missed our chance to beat them in the Playoffs last season with the muff in Seattle. I have full confidence in our team. We will win.

Prediction: Dallas 24 – Chicago 20

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It’s been a good start for Cowboys Nation. A 17-point road victory is always a good thing, as is being 2-0. The dropped passes need to be reduced in number, and our pass protection needs to be a little stronger, but other than that, I have little about which to complain. Our secondary came up with 4 picks against the So-Flo Fish. MB3 carried the load and is really starting to establish himself as the better tailback on the team (sorry Julius). His 40 yard TD run on first and ten after the on-side kick attempt was a thing of beauty. Romo’s 34 yard TD pass to T.O. on fourth and four was the back-breaking coffin sealer that was more sexually satisfying than a Sunday morning dump after Mexican food on Saturday night.

Now we get Da Bears. Another road game against a good Defense. Chicago has only given up 24 points in the first two games combined. Of course, they’ve only scored 23. Tony had better have the Offense clicking to put up the points, or it’s gonna be a long day in the Windy City. Let’s all hope that “Train Rex” Grossman shows us just how awful he can be, and turns it over 6 times. And somebody please tell Julius Jones to RUN instead of tiptoeing up to the big pile of beef in front of him and going nowhere. JJ can’t hit the hole. MB3 at least knows to bounce it outside if it’s clogged in the middle. I hope Cleveland goes 1-15 so we can draft Darren McFadden.

It would be nice to have Terrence Newman and Greg Ellis back in the lineup, but we seem to be coping in their absence. I thought Jay Ratliff did a good job at the Nose in relief of Jason Ferguson, with his season-ending torn biceps injury putting him on IR. And why is Stanback inactive? That kid’s got talent and speed and should be out there as our deep threat with Terry Glenn out nursing his sore knee. Glenn may never return. I hope he does, but this is potentially career-ending. You heard it here first. He’s got the same problem that Greg Oden of the Portland Trailblazers has, except Oden is 20, and Glenn is 33.

And will somebody please sack Tom Brady! Once! I just wanna see that punk on the ground at least once! (Make ‘im say calfrope, Leroy.)

I’ll continue the rant later.

Go Cowboys!

p.s. Kill Joe!

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Cowboys Nation,

The time has come to exert our dominance over another inferior team. The Dolphins should pose less of a threat than the giants of new jersey did last week. Thank God I didn’t hemorrhage. Trent Green does not have a lot of weapons at his disposal. Hopefully we will actually show up on defense this week.

The status of Terrence Newman is still unknown as of this writing. It would be nice to have him back in the lineup, but if he needs another week to heal, this is as good a week as any to miss. It will give Jacques Reeves more experience playing as the starter, and make the rest of the secondary work together as a team to prevent that occasional deep burning play.

I was surprised to not see Roy Williams have a good game against the giants. He was also not a captain. Tony Romo, as expected, is a captain on the offense. It was nice to see Romo light it up on Sunday night with 345 yards and accounting for 5 td’s. Julius got snubbed in the second half, and MB3 had a productive showing when he was in there instead. It’s great when T.O. does his talking on the field, and not in the press. Witten had a great game, for those of you scoring at home…or even if you’re by yourself.

Other news: Wade Wilson has every right to be completely pissed that Bill Belichick did not get suspended for cheating, and Wilson did get suspended for treating his diabetes with HGH. Goodell is inconsistent with handing down his punishments, and is clearly a Cowboy Hater (and a Patriot lover). Times are bad when you start missing Tagliabue.

Prediction: Dallas 31 – Miami 9

Go Cowboys!

p.s. Kill Joe!

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Cowboys Nation,
As we countdown the minutes to kickoff, the butterflies grow more restless in the bellies of the Cowboys Nation. Will Terrence Newman be ready to play? Will Anthony Spencer be able to fill the shoes of Greg Ellis? Will Marcus Spears and Chris Canty reach their potential in Wade Phillips’ Defense? It seems that most of the big questions are on the defensive side of the ball right now. Let’s all hope that the offense is in synch come Sunday night. Just the thought of a home opening loss to the new jersey giants is enough to cause an anal hemorrhage.

The green dot on the QB helmets signifies the presence of a radio transmitter. Only QB’s can have those. I also think it helps the Ref to see if it’s the QB whose helmet gets hit, and can therefore throw a flag on the play.

Apparently in the new NFL under Mein Her Goodell, we’re seeing the rise of the New Order, where assistant coaches get fined and suspended more than players for the same offense. Wade Wilson was suspended for 5 games and fined $100,000 for using HGH (human growth hormone) to treat his diabetes. Rodney Harrison of the NE Patriots got the standard 4 game suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy for using HGH. His fine was less too. Clearly, the NFL’s new Furor is as bad as Tagliabue when it comes to hating the Cowboys. I’m just glad Michael Vick wasn’t on our team.

The Saints got pounded in the second half of last night’s opener against the Colts. So much for all the “experts” out there predicting the Saints win. Let’s make sure that Peyton is the only Manning to win this week.

Go Cowboys!

p.s. Kill Joe!