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Cowboys-Chiefs one-liners

Jean Jacques-Taylor of the Dallas Morning News writes that WR Miles Austin’s monster day didn’t just make Sunday’s 26-20 victory possible, it may have saved the Cowboys season.

By forcing two stops in overtime, the Cowboys defense finally stood its ground with a game on the line.

DT Jay Ratliff’s block of a 53-yard field goal attempt helped salvage an otherwise miserable game for the Cowboys special teams.

Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware recorded his first two sacks of the season.

Said Cowboys owner Jerry Jones of QB Tony Romo, The biggest thing for me, other than winning the ballgame is the play of No. 9 and the way he came back from a down week,
a lot of criticism last week, and kept his team in the ballgame.”

Said Chiefs S Jarrad Page, “We just need to win a game. It’s just disappointing that we continue to do things that keep
us from winning.”

Chiefs QB Matt Cassel flashed some glimpses of the quarterback they hoped they were getting on Sunday. 

When the Chiefs defense wasn’t getting strafed by Austin, they were giving up big plays on the ground to RB Tashard Choice.

A pair of injuries left the already struggling Chiefs offensive line shorthanded in the fourth quarter and overtime.

Chiefs LB Mike Vrabel caught a one-yard touchdown pass which gives him 11 career catches in the regular season and playoffs, all of which have gone for touchdowns.

For more on the Cowboys and Chiefs, Mike Florio has the full Morning Aftermath right here.
 

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12 Responses to “Cowboys-Chiefs one-liners”
  1. VoxVeritas says: Oct 12, 2009 11:24 AM

    Be sure to let us know when the two nameless Chefs defenders get fined. Once for a horsecollar on Austin, once for going helmet-to-helmet on Romo.

  2. gooboy6 says: Oct 12, 2009 11:35 AM

    also be sure to let us know the name of the ref who swallowed his whistle on pass interference on the Cowboys on chiefs first possession of OT

  3. VoxUcker says: Oct 12, 2009 11:44 AM

    Cowgirls win and Vox is still crying.
    What a freakin’ tool.
    / probably just embarrassed it took the Girls 5 quarters to beat a winless team.

  4. VoxVeritas says: Oct 12, 2009 12:23 PM

    “/ probably just embarrassed it took the Girls 5 quarters to beat a winless team.”
    That can’t be any more embarrassing than getting ass raped 48-22 in your own stadium.

  5. BullyBirds10 says: Oct 12, 2009 1:07 PM

    “That can’t be any more embarrassing than getting ass raped 48-22 in your own stadium.”
    The Saints are a good team and I’m an honest enough fan to say that we flat out got beat that game. Still, the Eagles are better than the Cowboys and if you can’t admit that than that’s just sad. I guess you can say we “ass raped” the cheifs easily and it took the Boy’s an extra quarter to get the job done… Oh, one last detail when we beat the cheifs, our 2 offensive weapons were missing… hmmm McNabb and Westbrook.

  6. VoxUcker says: Oct 12, 2009 1:21 PM

    Oh well, look at the bright side. At least Wade “Anything you say Jerry” Philips’ job is probably safe, for another week anyway, while Jerry searches for the next spineless sock puppet.

  7. VoxVeritas says: Oct 12, 2009 1:26 PM

    “The Saints are a good team and I’m an honest enough fan to say that we flat out got beat that game. Still, the Eagles are better than the Cowboys”
    How so? The only good team the Eagirls have played put duct tape on their mouths and ass-raped them up against a wall in their own house while their women were forced to watch. The Cowboys played two very good teams very close. Giants at home and the Broncos in Mile High.

  8. VoxVeritas says: Oct 12, 2009 1:37 PM

    “Oh, one last detail when we beat the cheifs, our 2 offensive weapons were missing… hmmm McNabb and Westbrook.”
    Hmmm you’ve got to expect those two guys to miss time. The Eagirls got the Chefs at home, too.

  9. BullyBirds10 says: Oct 12, 2009 1:55 PM

    “Hmmm you’ve got to expect those two guys to miss time. The Eagirls got the Chefs at home, too.”
    Ok, point taking. They’re both injury prone, but when healthy they are always a threat. There really is no way either of us can logically make an arguement seeing that both our teams lost to undefeated opponents, yet the teams they have beat combine for all but 1 win (Carolina Panthers)

  10. mattitude says: Oct 12, 2009 3:46 PM

    Tony Romo almost had as good a QB rating against the Chiefs as Eagles 3rd string QB, Kevin Kolb. Almost.

  11. Ocelot138 says: Oct 12, 2009 5:23 PM

    Hahaha!
    Let’s see, Vox… losing to the Saints vs. needing overtime heroics NOT to lose to the Chiefs.
    Yeah, that’s the same thing.
    Take off your fanboy glasses. Cowboys aren’t that good this year.
    Romo needs to work on knowing what down it is on the field before he can work on winning games.

  12. Ocelot138 says: Oct 12, 2009 5:24 PM

    Watch Vox cry!
    This is great. I can’t wait to see the desperation grow and grow as the Cowboys get worse.

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