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Titans at Cowboys: In-Game Discussion

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Titans: LB Will Compton, FB Jalston Fowler, OLB Derrick Morgan, CB Kenneth Durden, OG Aaron Stinnie, OT Tyler Marz, DE Matt Dickerson

 

Cowboys: QB Mike White, WR Tavon Austin, LB Joe Thomas, OL Xavier Su'a-Filo, TE Geoff Swaim, DL David Irving, DE Randy Gregory

 

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I'm thinking the problems Cooper had in Oakland may have been Carr related...but is Dak that much of an upgrade?

Dak? No. But overall team construct? Yes.

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what a terrible call. it's over. Marriota was in mid slide and got hit by a dude that was already on top of him? penalty? what the fvck?

Bad call. Not really even a slide attempt.

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Anyone else notice that the clock did not stop when Henry ran out of bounds around the 6:45 mark in the 4th quarter? He went out of bounds on a 2nd down run and the clock kept running. Did I miss something? A large chunk of time ran off the clock after that play.

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Same old story. Predictable offense, cant stretch the field, Dak cant throw or protect the ball.

 

Massive failure.

 

Its a good thing I have ff and occasional wagering because watching this Cowboys team gives me very little enjoyment.

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Anyone else notice that the clock did not stop when Henry ran out of bounds around the 6:45 mark in the 4th quarter? He went out of bounds on a 2nd down run and the clock kept running. Did I miss something? A large chunk of time ran off the clock after that play.

Since it was outside the 5min mark of the 4th quarter, the clock restarts once the ball is set. Only inside of 5min the the clock completely stop until the next play when a player goes out of bounds.

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Dak Prescott seems to be very slow deciding where/when to throw the ball. The line gave him pretty good protection a few times and he just stood there bouncing up and down and pump faking.

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Dak Prescott seems to be very slow deciding where/when to throw the ball. The line gave him pretty good protection a few times and he just stood there bouncing up and down and pump faking.

It's a really bad combination when you have a receiving core that struggles to get separation and QB who doesn't have the strongest or most accurate arm.

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Tonight I learned from Jason Witten that it really helps offensive coordinators when a team gets a first down on second down. Thanks Jason!

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My Cowboys simply got their a$$es kicked in every phase of the game tonight.

 

They best somehow go into Philthy next Sunday night and take care of b'ness or the Season is over!

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what a terrible call. it's over. Marriota was in mid slide and got hit by a dude that was already on top of him? penalty? what the fvck?

 

Yes.....another terrible call.

 

I focking hate the Refs and today's NFL.

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I may have up until this point, under estimated just how horrible Dak is.

 

Tonight's "performance" is what I envisioned when they made Dak starter and Romo retired. :wall:

 

America's (dumbest) Team

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Jerry Jones just reaffirmed Dak as the QB going forward:

 

"Dak is the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys," Jones said in his weekly radio spot. "He’s young, and he’s going to get extended."

 

How bout them Cowboys...

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