dbair1967

Administrator
I love Parsons and he is an amazing player, but his postgame twitter war with fans and Leonard Fournette and now this are not a good look. (on another note, he should have probably not agreed to do this to begin with)

 

bbgun

Administrator
Didn't like his little dance after the first sack, either. He's gone Hollywood. Like Dak, I don't want to see him in any national commercials. Win something of consequence first.
 

Scot

Pro Bowler
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Scot

Pro Bowler
Jerry is gonna Jerry

He said that Dak’s surgery went well and that he could be back in as little as four games

There he goes selling hope and blowing sunshine up all our asses in the middle of a shitstorm!
 

dbair1967

Administrator
Jerry doing his thing


Jerry Jones' message to Cowboys fans who already think season is over: I've seen 'David slay the giant'​

Published: Sep 14, 2022 at 09:04 AM

Kevin Patra
Around the NFL Writer



Dallas Cowboys fans are already in the dumps after a Week 1 loss, which included a thumb injury to Dak Prescott that will force the quarterback to the sideline for at least the next several weeks.

Adding to Dallas's depression was that the Cowboys didn't look good before Prescott got hurt, with the offense unable to generate anything against the Buccaneers.

Owner Jerry Jones isn't so quick to declare the season a failure. He was asked Tuesday on the Shan and RJ show on 105.3 The Fan about his message to fans who say the season is already over.

"One of the things that has stood me about football, and I'm comparing to the things that we all do every day away from the football is that it can be looking very dark, dark for you and then it can reverse on you in an instant," Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. "It can go positive in an instant after you've got -- we've got a lot of football.

We've got a lot of really top football players. And we got an outstanding group that's coaching them up in my view. ... You can think negatively and everybody does and that's normal. But, boy, we got a lot of positive things we can do. I have seen it just hopeless and walk out there and David slay the giant. I've seen it done."

The Cowboys playing the role of David in this Goliath comparison is a new one for the club dubbed "America's Team."
Jones, who noted the team wouldn't put Prescott on injured reserve, giving him a chance to come back inside of four weeks despite undergoing surgery, believes that if the Cowboys can hold down the fort until the starting QB returns, the season can be salvaged.

"At the same time, we buy us a little time here, catch it up a little bit and get Dak back out there," Jones said. "He's very capable of coming past this injury and having a great season, a great season -- I emphasize that. And that's not selling. That's just if he didn't have it, if we didn't have it, it would be different. But we do, and, so, let's hold what we've got, get this plane kind of landed. Right now, let's patch up the holes and let's come back at it."

The issue for the Cowboys is that there were a lot of holes to patch before Prescott went down -- from the receiving corps to the offensive line. Now they're playing with a backup at the most important position in sports, with a matchup against the reigning AFC champions on tap Sunday.

Jones' early season optimism in the face of potential disaster puts added pressure on Mike McCarthy to stack W's sans his starting quarterback; otherwise, the blame will fall directly on the head coach.
 

dbair1967

Administrator
Trey Hendrickson will be a great barometer for where Tyler Smith is this weekend. He had 13.5 and 14 sacks in last two seasons.

But great debut vs Tampa for sure.

 

Maveric

Quality Starter
Jerry is gonna Jerry

He said that Dak’s surgery went well and that he could be back in as little as four games

There he goes selling hope and blowing sunshine up all our asses in the middle of a shitstorm!
Ever since the game got over, every time someone's talked about how long Dak will be out I've been flashing back to when Romo broke his collarbone. Timetable was 8-10 weeks. He came back at 8 and reinjured it right away, missing the rest of the season. Of all the moments in Cowboys history to try and recreate, that's sure a stupid ass one to shoot for...
 

Doomsday

High Plains Drifter
According to BetOnline.ag, Roethlisberger could find himself in Dallas as their next quarterback to be signed. Currently, he sits at 50/1 odds to join the Cowboys this season.

The favorites to sign in Dallas are Garret Gilbert (4/1), Ben DiNucci (5/1), Nick Foles (11/2), Gardner Minshew (6/1). Other retired quarterbacks such as Ryan Fitzpatrick (13/2), Andrew Luck (66/1), Phillip Rivers (50/1) and Drew Brees (66/1) are also on the list.

A more realistic Steelers' quarterback to end up in Dallas is Mason Rudolph, who currently has 14/1 odds to join the Cowboys. As of now, there's no noise surrounding a possible trade for Pittsburgh
 

dbair1967

Administrator
According to BetOnline.ag, Roethlisberger could find himself in Dallas as their next quarterback to be signed. Currently, he sits at 50/1 odds to join the Cowboys this season.

The favorites to sign in Dallas are Garret Gilbert (4/1), Ben DiNucci (5/1), Nick Foles (11/2), Gardner Minshew (6/1). Other retired quarterbacks such as Ryan Fitzpatrick (13/2), Andrew Luck (66/1), Phillip Rivers (50/1) and Drew Brees (66/1) are also on the list.

A more realistic Steelers' quarterback to end up in Dallas is Mason Rudolph, who currently has 14/1 odds to join the Cowboys. As of now, there's no noise surrounding a possible trade for Pittsburgh
I doubt they sign anyone unless is DiNucci
 

dbair1967

Administrator

Some of its the QB and some of its the coordinator/play caller.

But Lamb also has to take care of what he can own, and that's catching the fucking ball when its thrown to him. The one he dropped wasn't a perfect pass, but he easily got both hands on it.

Like many from Sunday night, his game was a strong disappointment.
 
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