I would love it if they found a way, he is a vastly underrated part of this offense. I'm just not sure it'll happen, though. ACL injuries aren't as long an absence as they used to be. I think it's going to all depend on how good of a team wants him and if it's bad enough to be paying him big time to miss a half a season or more.
I think it was 2011 when Philly came into Dallas winners of like 7 or 8 in a row and we beat their asses then turned around and beat their asses again in the playoffs. Philly was pretenders, having beat no one and we were the better team. While I think we are better than Philly this year. I still think we are the 2011 Eagles in that we have beat no one of value. We are not as good as our record indicates and yesterday proved it. The online brought me back to the days of Cory Proctor and this off-season we have GOT to fix that. The defense, while good, cannot win a game against a good team alone. Dak has been playing exactly how he was drafted the past 2 months and I think he needs a shrink because he has the yips.
I'm with you for the most part, I think this is what LVE was also hinting at this morning when he was saying most of this could easily be fixed.Here is my take on the penalties
It’s fucking 2022! We have instant replay. This SHIT should NOT be happening anymore. No in this day and age with the technology already in use.
We as fans at home get to see every single play replayed on instant replay within just a couple seconds after it happens. We as fans at home can tell in an instant if they got the call right or not (about 8 or 9 out of 10 times)
The league already has the ability to recheck every single call within just seconds. It wouldn’t slow the game down for the tv audience since they are already replaying it for us at home. While that is happening they could have an appointed league official look at each call while we at home are seeing it again. Then they can make a ruling which can be received instantly by the ref on the field.
We should not be dealing with bad calls anymore with the technology we already have in place.
They wont do it, but a smart front office would entertain offers for Cooper and if something of quality is offered, trade him and resign Gallup, then maybe look at the draft and add another guy in the middle rounds.I doubt he gets #1 WR type money now that he has had his second injury this season. This one being more serious than the last.
Otherwise some team would have assuredly over paid for his services.
Now maybe he will be affordable and in a range that we could afford to keep him.
WTF is it with Raiders and stupid shit like this.
It was a stupid fucking idea to move a team to Las Vegas anyway, and it seems like every week or so something like this happens to help further prove it.
Again, your think I am saying the fix is in because its a conspiracy against Dallas.
I said I don't think it really is, I think gambling has more to do with it. That's also hw you explain so much bad officiating all around the league.
I bet Goodell and the league office are aware of it, but there will never be any type of public investigation because of the extreme backlash from fans and advertisers if this ever got out.
So do they actually win a playoff game or do they lay down like dogs?
There could be several factors involved.No, I'm asking you to explain how Dallas becomes more penalized than other teams and repeating that you don't think the fix is in nor is it a grand conspiracy, so that leaves gambling??
are you saying some refs are being manipulated to call games against the Cowboys and thats the reason they are penalized unfairly?
FWIW, thats plausible but I don't know why the cowboys would be targeted more than any other team as it would provide greater cover to spread cooperative refs across several teams/games vs piling them all on the Cowboys so they can keep manipulating outcomes for financial gain
This is the play I was referring to the other day.