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The "Seans" lead Eagles to win in Chicago

The Eagles are now 1-0 in “must win” games this season.

Led by DeSean Jackson and LeSean McCoy, the Eagles finished on top of a seesaw battle in Chicago Sunday night, winning 24-20.  Jackson popped a 48-yard touchdown catch, which is amazingly the shortest of his seven scores this year.  McCoy rushed for 99 yards and the game-winning touchdown with five and a half minutes remaining.

Philadelphia’s pass defense looked vulnerable for most of the night, but Jay Cutler repeatedly overthrew receivers streaking through the Eagles secondary.  After last week’s meltdown, Cutler appeared to play too cautiously.

He saved his only interception of the game for Chicago’s final drive of the night.  The Bears took over with just under two minutes to go, with Cutler getting a chance to engineer a potential game-winning touchdown.  He didn’t get close, only advancing the ball to the Chicago 37-yard-line before Sean Jones picked him off.

Cutler finished with 43 attempts for only 171 yards, one touchdown, one interception, and one long pep talk from McNabb after the game.  McNabb was mostly sharp Sunday night.

The Bears playoff hopes have been extinguished at 4-6; this isn’t a squad capable of going on a long winning streak. 

The Eagles are tied at 6-4 with the Packers and Giants in the NFC wild card race.  The Cowboys hold a one game lead in the NFC East.  The top three teams in the division play a round robin against each other down the stretch.

In other words, there are a lot of “must win” games to go.

UPDATE:  Here are the highlights from Sunday night’s game.

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59 Responses to “The "Seans" lead Eagles to win in Chicago”
  1. WorldChampionBears2009 says: Nov 23, 2009 12:15 AM

    and I had both of the “Seans” on my fantasy team this week and they came up BIG!

  2. SmackMyVickUp says: Nov 23, 2009 12:19 AM

    Cutler seemed to be doing better once he started drawing plays up on the easel board.
    Really says a lot about Turner’s chance to return next year as O-coordinator.
    If Eagurls couldn’t hold off the Bears woeful pass rush the Giants, Cowgirls and Redskins front seven should give them fits. Only if the Skins could score points on offense…
    Eagurls still have road games @Atlanta, @Dallas and @Giants. Still look like a 9 win team like last year.

  3. SkEwEd1976 says: Nov 23, 2009 12:23 AM

    Chicago should have Turner, Smith and Angelo’s heads on pikes and stick em in Daley Plaza. What a pathetic game.

  4. SkinsFanInNebraska says: Nov 23, 2009 12:28 AM

    Boy, I’ll bet the Bears are just ecstatic about the trade for Jay Cutler. He chokes in the clutch better than almost any QB in the league, including Jason Campbell.

  5. Party Lizard says: Nov 23, 2009 12:29 AM

    What Jay Cutler overthrew receivers again.
    Say it ain’t so.
    Why did they get rid of “Sexy Rexy” ??

  6. DildoBaggins says: Nov 23, 2009 12:30 AM

    The Eagles defense is “vunerable” because they are down to having their 5th and 6th string CB’s in starting roles, no to mention moving the starting SS out to CB injuries are so bad.
    Oh did I also mention we are down to out 3rd and 4th string MLB’s, not to mention Akeem Jordan is out and he is rotated in usually.
    Oh and we just got our starting LE back after being out most of the season.
    How about our Left Tackle with playing a high ankle sprain?
    Or our starting RB out?
    Oh and just for kicks – we might have the worst punter in the whole league. He booted a 10 yard punt. It went 10 yards…seriously….
    The Eagles are beat up big time, give credit where credit is due PFT.

  7. Bob Nelson says: Nov 23, 2009 12:34 AM

    The officiating was decidedly in the Eagles favor.
    That was a bad job by that crew for the whole nation to see.

  8. The Notorious V.I.C. says: Nov 23, 2009 12:40 AM

    And so continues the regression of QBs under that buffoon Ron “I went 0-11 at Illinois and all I’ve got to show for it was an offensive coordinator job for the NFL’s charter franchise” Turner.
    Now Cutler is playing without any confidence in himself nor in that rinky dink piece of sh1t Pop Warner scheme that Turner and his staff run.
    Also, Lovie continues to prove what a master of game mismanagement he is. First of all, the Bears should’ve gone for it when they had that 4th and 4 or whatever it was with like 3+ minutes left. They were down by 4, so they were going to need a TD anyway. If they’d been down by 3, that’d be a different story.
    I like my chances of making a 4th and 4 more than I like the chances of going 80yds with this Pop Warner offense and just one minute left and no timeouts (and that’s assuming you get the ball back). This is BASIC FOOTBALL STRATEGY that this idiot just doesn’t understand.
    Secondly, when Philly picked up that late first down after a measurement, if Lovie was going to call a timeout anyway, then he should’ve thrown the red flag and challenged the favorable spot that Philly got. Probably wouldn’t have won it, but might as well try since he called a timeout anyway. Again, BASIC FOOTBALL STRATEGY. The NFL is a game of inches, and every single advantage you can get counts. Last thing you need is your idiot head coach’s sh1tty game management handcuffing you.
    God do I hate these guys and I rue the day that he got a big contract extension just for backing his way into the Super Bowl (where he proceeded to get clowned and outcoached).

  9. Route36West says: Nov 23, 2009 1:01 AM

    DeSean Jackson got a TD
    LeSean McCoy got the winning TD
    Sean McDermott had…
    Sean Jones in position to make the game sealing interception
    While Shawn Andrews sat on IR popping prozac

  10. CYGNUS X-1 says: Nov 23, 2009 1:02 AM

    once again a brilliant game plan by ron hey that play worked so let’s not do it again turner.a guy runs 72 yds. on his first carry so you give the ball to forte on the next 2 plays up the middle for no gain.again how does this man keep a job?see if anyone hires him if the bears ever do decide they want to win again and get rid of him.there is no excuse for this team to be this bad.lovie and staff must go!

  11. DildoBaggins says: Nov 23, 2009 1:06 AM

    Lol @ Smack My Vick up talking trash while his team can barely score and got extremely lucky to win today, and aside from the meaningless garbage time TD to Roy Williams that Capers pretty much let you guys have, the Cowboys offense has looked like crap for like 8 straight Q’s.
    Oh but let me guess – it was Romo or the Cowboy defense that made Suisam miss the kick?
    Cowboys fans just get ready for your annual December meltdown, Eagles fans will get ready for our annual December clean up that gets us into January.
    Let me guess – gonna cry about Columbo and Jenkins and Hamlin? How about the Eagles are down to their 5th and 6th string CB’s as starters, moving our SS to CB, LT has high ankle sprain, starting RT and RG have not been their all season so spare the inevitable “but the Cowboys are injured you don’t understand!!” bs. Good teams overcome, while Cowboy fans, just like they did last year, will bitch and whine that if they didn’t have the injuries they’d be like 16-0. Cry me a river, and get the tissue boxes ready for Week 17 when we end your season yet again.

  12. cobrala2 says: Nov 23, 2009 1:25 AM

    McNabb looked sharp most of the night???
    ARE YOU KIDDING???
    I’m the Eagles fan who has consistently defended Donovan and I think this is his worst season in over 7 years!
    He was inaccurate even on checkdowns to the flat, throwing to the dirt (as usual) and underthrew D-Jack’s TD – DeSean had to slow down to catch Donovan’s wibble-wobble bomb.
    It was typical McNabb for this year. I really am amazed the Boo Birds haven’t come out this year to shit on Donovan like they typically have. I guess the World Series loss shut them up. I think you were so amazed that Cutler again sucked it up that you failed to call the spade a spade on the other side of the ball.

  13. maayan says: Nov 23, 2009 1:32 AM

    Who will Chicago try to get to replace Jay Cutler at quarterback next year? Brett Favre or Michael Vick?

  14. WorldChampionBears2009 says: Nov 23, 2009 1:32 AM

    Fix the Bears:
    Get a new O-coordinator and D-coordinator and keep Urlacher healthy. That man is the heart and soul of that Defense with him gone this season was already lost. The offense is horrible and Lovie doesn’t need to be calling the Defense because it AIN’T WORKING!

  15. ocelots138 says: Nov 23, 2009 1:37 AM

    # Bob Nelson says: November 23, 2009 12:34 AM
    The officiating was decidedly in the Eagles favor.
    That was a bad job by that crew for the whole nation to see.
    —————–
    Weren’t you one of the trolls saying that the Eagles were “whining” after the calls that went against them vs. Dallas?
    Go away, crybaby.

  16. Fred "The F-Bomb" Richani says: Nov 23, 2009 1:55 AM

    DeSean Jackson and LeSean McCoy are beasts. Too bad Jay Cutler played like he was trying to not screw up, rather than to win on Sunday night,
    Speaking of Cutler, he became a trending topic on Twitter for ALL the wrong reasons: http://tiny.cc/TvAJG

  17. sultanofslot says: Nov 23, 2009 2:29 AM

    @Notorious V.I.C. – I completely agree. I’m an EAGLES fan, and even I was yelling at the TV because Lovie was making such idiotic decisions. I feel bad for you guys and I deal with a lot of BS from Andy Reid. Lovie is truly an atrocious coach, and of course he seems to believe that Ron “Let Cutler throw 60 times a game and stick to vanilla schemes” Turner is some type of genius. The Bears are run by a bunch of losers. I hate that as a football fan first and foremost.
    Anyways, let’s give credit where it’s due. My boy Shady from PITT had a great game, as did Jackson; credit goes to Tillman for forcing fumbles from both of them. Tillman had the best individual performance of any defensive player this week; too bad he can’t play QB, coach, and call plays. Also props to Reid for using Vick as I said he should be used all along; in short-yardage situations out of the shotgun. Short-yardage situations killed us last week and Vick made sure it was the exact opposite this week.

  18. p1stol says: Nov 23, 2009 2:50 AM

    ‘Eagurls’?
    Cmon man…you can do better than that.
    Guys who use Eagurls, McChoke, Cowgirls, Deadskins, Tony Homo…it’s just not creative. It’s embarrassing that you even find it amusing.
    Nothing to contribute? Go jerk off.

  19. Route36West says: Nov 23, 2009 2:52 AM

    Damn Notorious V.I.C.
    you sound like an Eagles fan b/c everything you just said we have been saying about Andy Reid.

  20. Hovenaut says: Nov 23, 2009 3:11 AM

    Got the win in fantasy league thanks to De and Le.

  21. frank booth says: Nov 23, 2009 5:30 AM

    The Bears are an absolute mess. Cutler has to take some major blame tonight, but it would be nice if he actually had some time to throw and actually had something other than a kick returner and and a rookie to throw to.
    Then they have a rookie running back who on 4 carries had more yards than starter Matt Forte has had in the last 2 weeks.
    But Tillman really knows how to punch that ball out. He’s the best ball puncher the Bears have ever had.
    Actually, Ron Turner’s the best ball puncher, when he hits them on his downward stroke. God knows he’s not doing anything else up in that booth.

  22. dave says: Nov 23, 2009 6:31 AM

    cutler makes grossman look like an mvp
    what a useless qb cutler is
    a team killer

  23. mnmaverick says: Nov 23, 2009 7:03 AM

    As a Viking fan: Gotta LOVE IT! :::laughing:::
    Now if the Lions beat the Packers on Turkey Day, Christmas will have arrived early.

  24. Hooby says: Nov 23, 2009 7:24 AM

    @smackmyvickup
    “If Eagurls couldn’t hold off the Bears woeful pass rush the Giants, Cowgirls and Redskins front seven should give them fits. Only if the Skins could score points on offense…”
    the bears have had a fairly solid pass rush…for a few years now…but w/e i might be wrong there. what im not wrong about is how the giants and redskins front 7 have already been curbstomped by the eagles offense. the cowboys front 7 is the only one that really put up a fight, if thats what you call it.
    @erryone else. dont go saying all is forgiven for mcnabb and reid. the play calling was still fairly average. and mcnabb for almost the entire 2nd and 3rd qtrs was putting easy passes into the dirt. once he shows me a MISTAKE FREE GAME, then i’ll need to see another 2 or 3 after that before im convinced. and as for the play calling, we just straight up need a new coordinator…our offense was anything but last night. kick mornhinweg in the ass and send him packing.

  25. meezle says: Nov 23, 2009 8:09 AM

    Donovan put passes in the dirt, what about the lasers he was throwing on the third and long? He didn’t play great but he wasn’t the reason the game was close
    Also, what about Andy calling a pass play, incomplete, on 2nd and 6 in the 4th rather than running the ball, than calling a run on 3rd and 4, that was stuffed causing a punt. Very few qbs play 2, 3, 4 perfect games, a lot of times its about the game plan not the qb.
    If you watched peyton yesterday, he had recievers with 5 to 6 yards seperation with no one even close to pressuring him and he still didn’t play a mistake free game.
    Wait until mcnabb is gone and kevin kolb takes over ull be begging for mcnabb to come back

  26. SlimPickens says: Nov 23, 2009 8:16 AM

    i love how jason avant pops Hester there at the end of the highlight when the INT to end the game happens.

  27. BleedGreen says: Nov 23, 2009 8:41 AM

    SlimPickens says:
    November 23, 2009 8:16 AM
    i love how jason avant pops Hester there at the end of the highlight when the INT to end the game happens.
    What? Jason Avant is a wide receiver. How are WRs from both teams on the field at the same time?

  28. VoxVeritas says: Nov 23, 2009 8:48 AM

    “Cowboys fans just get ready for your annual December meltdown, Eagles fans will get ready for our annual December clean up that gets us into January.”
    20-16. In Philly.

  29. VoxVeritas says: Nov 23, 2009 8:55 AM

    “The Eagles defense is “vunerable” because they are down to having their 5th and 6th string CB’s in starting roles”
    They’re not that good with a full complement of starting DBs. It’s your LB’s, really. They suck ass and drag the rest of the D down. Not just the MLB’s, every one of them. Are you going to cry all day? Every team has injuries.

  30. VoxVeritas says: Nov 23, 2009 9:15 AM

    “Weren’t you one of the trolls saying that the Eagles were “whining” after the calls that went against them vs. Dallas?”
    They were. Especially Reid and McNabb.

  31. Bobby McShanklebee says: Nov 23, 2009 9:16 AM

    I have to agree in saying it’s not a great win, but it’s a win. They are still in the playoff hunt, but unless the defense gets guys healthy again, it is going to be a struggle. Glad to see they finally made an effort to get Desean the ball and they actually ran the ball too. Saw a stat on ESPN.com that said McNabb was 9-10 on play-action. I’m sure next week Reid will go back to 55 passes and 8 runs.
    Vox please go back to the Cowboys-Redskins board to discuss your team’s dominating offensive performance and which Cowboy you want to give a BJ to first.

  32. Otis Taylor 89 says: Nov 23, 2009 9:23 AM

    What was up with that field?
    As much as I like games played on real grass, I don’t think it’s possible anymore for teams in the north to play on it due to the size of the players and lack of sunlight because of these large stadiums.

  33. Bwa Ha Ha says: Nov 23, 2009 9:23 AM

    Vox, better buckle your britches, December is almost here.
    Almost time for the Annual Dallas Bendover Extravaganza

  34. jan van flac says: Nov 23, 2009 9:24 AM

    “20-16. In Philly.”
    yeah, so what. Last year you won the first matchup in a close one too, then got blown out 44-6 the next time.
    how about….getting effectively shut out by the Packers? Barely beating the Redskins at home in a game they should have lost?
    I wouldn’t be crowing about your team. They have serious problems, and it’s not even december yet.

  35. DildoBaggins says: Nov 23, 2009 9:25 AM

    Hey Vox – the Eagles pinned 27 on the Skins with Hall, Portis, Betts, Haynesworth and Cooley in the lineup…
    Whats the Cowboys excuse? Cowboys fans ignorantly thought they’d roll right over the Skins completely ignoring that the Skins gave the Giants and Eagles a pretty good game, and thats not the way these divisional games go.
    Vox thinks he can trash talk like 44-6 playoff over a 4 point mid season win full of questionable calls. Beat the Eagles in Week 17 to eliminate them from the playoffs, and beat them in the worst loss since they’ve had since 1985 then come talk like you know something.
    Eagles finally won a close game, while the Cowboys are starting their late season meltdown early this year. Everything is right.
    And don’t give me that bs like being down to the 5th and 6th string corner is meaningless – Cowboys fans were crying that Columbo and Hamlin were out last week and pinned the loss on that. Teams like the Eagles who have been majorly beat up to key positions all over the team all year long have pushed through it.
    Just like you guys think you’ll run right over the Raiders this week too. I think everyone saw yesterday that the Raiders actually have a decent D, and that JaMarcus was costing them wins with his mistakes.

  36. mattitude says: Nov 23, 2009 9:35 AM

    VoxVeritas says:
    November 23, 2009 8:48 AM
    20-16. In Philly.
    ————————————————
    Not nearly as embarrassing as 44-6 to end the 2008 season, or even 33-24 against the hand-picked Ravens to close down Texas Stadium. And who’d have thought that Brady Quinn would have a better game yesterday than Tony Romo. Certainly not Romo, he’s not a big fan of thinking.

  37. SmackMyVickUp says: Nov 23, 2009 9:35 AM

    the bears have had a fairly solid pass rush…for a few years now…
    ——————
    You must have gotten up for most of the plays when McNabb sat down in his lazy boy and drank a beer before tossing a pass. Bears pressure has been inconsistent all year and disappears when needed most.

  38. whatthef? says: Nov 23, 2009 9:40 AM

    Thank God Cutler sucks. I think the Bears red zone playcalling was even worse than the Eagles this year. Next years Cleveland Brown coaching staff –Turner and Morningwheg. Sloppy win. Gee, let’s grab that 6th playoff spot again!

  39. dankula says: Nov 23, 2009 9:42 AM

    Hester stepped in to return a punt near the end of the game (desperation move) and thats how avant got to hit him.

  40. VoxVeritas says: Nov 23, 2009 10:15 AM

    “how about….getting effectively shut out by the Packers? Barely beating the Redskins at home in a game they should have lost?”
    Better than 13-9 and 20-16. In Philly.
    “Not nearly as embarrassing as 44-6 to end the 2008 season”
    Not nearly as embarrassing as not winning a championship since Eisenhower was president, either.
    Or having an all-time losing record. Last week Eagirls fans were as rare as skinny chicks from Philly, now you’re as thick as the average Philly lowbrow’s head.
    “Hey Vox – the Eagles pinned 27 on the Skins with Hall, Portis, Betts, Haynesworth and Cooley in the lineup…”
    Hey Dildo, the Cowboys beat the Eagirls in Philly and overcame the refs to do it.
    “Vox thinks he can trash talk like 44-6 playoff ”
    That wasn’t a playoff game, Dildo.
    “Eagles finally won a close game, while the Cowboys are starting their late season meltdown early this year.”
    Cowboys won a close game too, Dildo. Oh, and they beat the Eagirls. In Philly. And they lead the division, Dildo.

  41. VoxVeritas says: Nov 23, 2009 10:21 AM

    “how about….getting effectively shut out by the Packers? Barely beating the Redskins at home in a game they should have lost?”
    Better than 13-9 and 20-16. In Philly.
    “Not nearly as embarrassing as 44-6 to end the 2008 season”
    Not nearly as embarrassing as not winning a championship since Eisenhower was president, either.
    Or having an all-time losing record. Last week Eagirls fans were as rare as skinny chicks from Philly, now you’re as thick as the average Philly lowbrow’s head.
    “Hey Vox – the Eagles pinned 27 on the Skins with Hall, Portis, Betts, Haynesworth and Cooley in the lineup…”
    Hey Dildo, the Cowboys beat the Eagirls in Philly and overcame the refs to do it.
    “Vox thinks he can trash talk like 44-6 playoff ”
    That wasn’t a playoff game, Dildo.
    “Eagles finally won a close game, while the Cowboys are starting their late season meltdown early this year.”
    Cowboys won a close game too, Dildo. Oh, and they beat the Eagirls. In Philly. And they lead the division, Dildo.
    “And who’d have thought that Brady Quinn would have a better game yesterday than Tony Romo. ”
    Brady Quinn lost so I doubt he had a better day than Romo. What’s your point? Matthew Stafford had a better day than McNabb and he WON. Eagirls fans continue to prove themselves to be the dumbest animals on the planet.
    “Certainly not Romo, he’s not a big fan of thinking.”
    He knows that games can end in ties.

  42. jd says: Nov 23, 2009 10:23 AM

    “I had both Seans on my fantasy team”
    Thanks. Really. Not sure how I would have made it through the morning without that info. Perhaps you could send me your Twitter id so I can get the latest updates on your fantasy team real time.

  43. VoxVeritas says: Nov 23, 2009 10:28 AM

    “Hester stepped in to return a punt near the end of the game (desperation move) ”
    Yeah you’re pretty desperate if you have to have Devin Hester returning punts (sarcasm). I mean he’s only been their primary punt returned for years.

  44. DildoBaggins says: Nov 23, 2009 10:53 AM

    Hey Vox – in Week 17 last year – the winner of the game moved onto play the next and the loser didn’t right?
    Thats called a playoff game bud….
    At least Vox will be gone in about a month when the Cowboys really start to meltdown and we won’t have to read his mindless Cowboy homer propaganda. But he’ll probably be back here in Week 17 just to let everyone know how bad he thinks the officiating was and that the Cowboys got cheated lol.

  45. Rex Grossman says: Nov 23, 2009 11:26 AM

    “Thanks. Really. Not sure how I would have made it through the morning without that info. Perhaps you could send me your Twitter id so I can get the latest updates on your fantasy team real time.”
    No kidding.
    PSA: Nobody gives a flying frick about your fantasy team

  46. mattitude says: Nov 23, 2009 11:31 AM

    Oh, yay, Vox is posting, so now I could grab his attention. Vox, I know Romo only threw for 158 yards yesterday, but he obviously added to his total number of passing attempts as a Cowboy. What’s his total now, and how close is he to breaking that Cowboys record for Most Passing Attempts? You brought it up for a reason because it’s such a meaningful stat, and I’d hate to miss all the fanfare when it happens.

  47. Bobby McShanklebee says: Nov 23, 2009 11:31 AM

    The rest of the Cowboys schedule looks like this………….
    Oakland-should win
    @ Giants-Loss
    San Diego-Loss
    @New Orleans-beatdown
    @Washington- considering they won by a pt at home vs Washington-Loss
    Philly-well you know the rest
    8-8, 3rd place in the division seems about right
    After Oakland the rest of their opponents combined record is 32-18.
    Romo’s horrible december/january plus a brutal schedule are the perfect storm for another meltdown

  48. Opie says: Nov 23, 2009 11:39 AM

    Now Vox, even from your basement efficiency apartment, surely you can see the faults in your prognostications? Calling everyone your favorite toy(dildo) will not help you win favor and have someone offer you a rental property…….
    Clutch win, regardless, for the Eagles. I’m just glad that the Raiders beat someone else!!
    Both the Cowboys and Eagles have to get through the remainder of their schedules in order for that final game to mean a damn thing.
    One other item, I was on here the past two weeks after the Eagles lost. So, there is no shame in my affinity for the Eagles win or lose. Six more games to let the dust settle in the East……..
    As for DNabb’s efficiency, 70+% completions is pretty damn good…..in perfect conditions. Injuries are taking a toll across the league, so no excuses there.

  49. Flying elvis says: Nov 23, 2009 11:43 AM

    I really didn’t need to see Hester’s wardrobe malfunction.

  50. VoxVeritas says: Nov 23, 2009 11:46 AM

    “Hey Vox – in Week 17 last year”
    Hey Dildo, week 9 this year. In Philly.
    I love it. Eagirls barely beat a 4-5 team and all of a sudden they’re contenders again. Cowboys barely beat a 3-6 team and it’s a sign of their demise.
    “What’s his total now, and how close is he to breaking that Cowboys record for Most Passing Attempts? You brought it up”
    I didn’t bring it up and if you can show where you did I’ll never post on PFT again. Man up or shut up, lying lowbrow.
    Eagirls fans are constantly proving themselves to be the dumbest animals on the planet. 20-16. In Philly.

  51. VoxVeritas says: Nov 23, 2009 11:46 AM

    “Hey Vox – in Week 17 last year”
    Hey Dildo, week 9 this year. In Philly.
    I love it. Eagirls barely beat a 4-5 team and all of a sudden they’re contenders again. Cowboys barely beat a 3-6 team and it’s a sign of their demise.
    “What’s his total now, and how close is he to breaking that Cowboys record for Most Passing Attempts? You brought it up”
    I didn’t bring it up and if you can show where you did I’ll never post on PFT again. Man up or shut up, lying lowbrow.
    Eagirls fans are constantly proving themselves to be the dumbest animals on the planet. 20-16. In Philly.

  52. DildoBaggins says: Nov 23, 2009 12:52 PM

    Whats the line on how many times Vox types the word “because” and “if” after Week 17?
    But don’t worry, you’ll beat the Giants, Chargers, Saints, Skins and Eagles no problem lol.
    Vox seems to think the Cowboys are like Vikings right now in the NFC North. The Eagles and Giants are both 1 game behind…if the Cowboys lose, and the Eagles and Giants win next week – the Cowboys are in 3rd place…
    Nice dodging the rest of my sentence on the Week 17 thing Vox, these Cowboys fans, so pathetic. It was a playoff game, like it or not, it was winner moves on, loser doesn’t. You can have your Week 9 win by 4 points, we’ll take ours when it counts and when the Cowboys strangle hold on their own throats is at it’s tightest…

  53. texasPHINSfan says: Nov 23, 2009 1:11 PM

    fortunately the MLS cup game was on as well, and proved to be a more exciting contest. ;)

  54. mattitude says: Nov 23, 2009 2:02 PM

    VoxVeritas says:
    November 23, 2009 11:46 AM
    “What’s his total now, and how close is he to breaking that Cowboys record for Most Passing Attempts? You brought it up”
    I didn’t bring it up and if you can show where you did I’ll never post on PFT again. Man up or shut up, lying lowbrow.
    ————————————————-
    Consider this post me “manning up.” Click the link. For easier direction, just scroll to the 8th comment.
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/10/08/romo-talks-about-the-realities-of-playing-quarterback/
    It was nice knowing you.

  55. clausen for heisman says: Nov 23, 2009 2:26 PM

    goodbye Vox it was nice seeing you post on things that had nothing to do with the cowboys… miles austin has gone away and the cowboys have slowed down on offense they wont make the playoffs again and they wont ever win anything with tony romo… have a nice life

  56. brewcrewe says: Nov 23, 2009 3:55 PM

    @mattitude
    I don’t want to be confused for a VOX supporter, but that is not what he was saying. Although poorly worded, he was saying Romo is 62 passes away from being considered in the all-time record book for stats such as yards per attempt. You see, you have to at least make a certain number of attempts in order to be considered. I will take up for someone if they are right.

  57. pubicreign says: Nov 23, 2009 4:02 PM

    HAHAHA Vox, you tard.
    Hopefully you will honor your word (not likely)
    and vanish like your flash in the pan Miles Austin.
    Oh, and don’t try to compare 44-6 to 20-16. It’s like matching an apple to an orange….most pass attempts…d@mn your g@y.

  58. OranjelloJones says: Nov 23, 2009 6:10 PM

    That’s splitting hairs brewcrewe. Fact is he did indeed bring it up. LOL…talk about owned. Thanks for playing Roxy! I always knew you were a lightweight.

  59. brewcrewe says: Nov 23, 2009 7:26 PM

    @OranjelloJones
    I can’t believe I am typing this, but VOX is right. He never said Romo would be the all-time Cowboys passing attempt leader with 62 more. Still want him to leave PFT, but mattitude should do the same. Whats good for the goose….

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