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Garrett could be in position to make a power play

Now that the Cowboys decisively have been bounced from the playoffs with a 31-point loss at Minnesota, there are two key members of the coaching staff to watch over the coming days.

First, and most obviously, the status of Wade Phillips merits significant attention.  The team holds an option for 2010, which means that owner Jerry Jones could decide to sever ties with no financial obligation of any kind to Phillips.

Jones and Phillips will be meeting today.

If Jones keeps Phillips, Jones surely would like to also keep offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, the man many believe will eventually succeed Phillips as the head coach of the Cowboys.

And that’s where Garrett can make things interesting, if Garrett so chooses.

The Buffalo Bills are still looking for a head coach, and Garrett’s name has emerged on the fringes of the Bills’ swinging-and-missing routine for candidates.  If the Bills come calling today, Garrett might decide to see how it all plays out in Dallas before joining the “thanks” and “no thanks” chorus.

And if Jerry Jones thinks that he might lose Garrett, Jones might decide to just give Garrett the job now. 

For that very reason, the Bills would be wise to wait for Jones to announce his decision on Phillips before making any overtures to Garrett — and it also would be shrewd for Garrett’s handlers to let the Bills know ASAFP that Garrett is interested, but only if the Bills move quickly.
 

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  1. Joe C says: Jan 18, 2010 9:01 AM

    Jerry Jones simply needs to let Garrett go.
    If Garrett has a game plan the way he calls offensive plays, the Cowboys would be lucky to win 6 games.
    Better for the Cowboys to just hire Bill Cowher, a proven winner, and give him what he wants. He’s the kind of HC they need.

  2. Nobe says: Jan 18, 2010 9:02 AM

    “Power Play”? After yesterday’s performance by his offense, hockey might indeed be a good alternative for Mr. Garret!
    Keep crying about that late touchdown Cowboys fans!

  3. kravon says: Jan 18, 2010 9:03 AM

    Simply put the Cowboys arent mature enough to win. Did Roy Williams play yesterday??

  4. Bigbluefan says: Jan 18, 2010 9:03 AM

    Oh yeah after his O put 3 points on the board he is in a strong position to push for the #1 job

  5. redsquare says: Jan 18, 2010 9:05 AM

    A power play? After that disaster of a game? Let him go. He calls some great plays, sometimes, but still falls into predictable, tone-deaf ruts at the worst times.
    Look at yesterday–the team got away from its strengths and called terribly wrong plays. Against a fast-moving Vikings defense, Garrett kept calling slow-developing backfield & sideways plays, which gave the Vikes plenty of time to respond and gather to where the ball was, shutting the plays down before they even started, for no gain. It was frustrating to watch.
    This highlights the problem with Garrett, and the Cowboys offense in general–brilliant against the Eagles & Redskins at the end of the season, lousy against the Giants, Packers, and Redskins a little earlier in the season, and now lousy against the Vikings. No team is brilliant every week, but this type of inconsistency is maddening, and it’s almost entirely on one side of the ball.

  6. stevemcguigan says: Jan 18, 2010 9:07 AM

    Considering their history, I’m sure the Bills fanbase will embrace a proven choker like Garrett. Maybe they can trade for Romo too.

  7. Living_Legend says: Jan 18, 2010 9:12 AM

    He deserves a head coaching job as much as Vick deserved the Ed Block award.. Jerry hire the village idiot as head coach, it will keep us entertained for a few more years at their expense.

  8. urinal mint says: Jan 18, 2010 9:15 AM

    New day, new Cowboys trolling
    It never ends for Florio

  9. urinal mint says: Jan 18, 2010 9:18 AM

    Garrett (and Hudson Houck) got a lot of mileage out of an old and slow offensive line. Unfortunately all the “old and slow” showed up yesterday in Minneapolis.
    I hope he sticks around in Dallas. He’s learning. He’s obviously very sharp. With some upgrades on the OL this team could go even farther.

  10. Rickah99 says: Jan 18, 2010 9:20 AM

    “Now that the Cowboys decisively have been bounced from the playoffs with a 31-point loss at Minnesota”
    Key word: decisively!
    LMAO, enjoy the off season turmoil Dallas Cowboy fan!

  11. Hong Kong Phooey says: Jan 18, 2010 9:20 AM

    Garrett is a genius, that little ‘fake the quick slant and hand off to the RB’ play managed to lose 3 yards everytime. A lessor Offensive Coordinator might have given up on that play after it failed the first 10 times.
    Can you imagine having Florio as an attorney? He thinks yesterday gives Garrett leverage.
    “I know they have a video of you committing the murder, but that’s ALL they got! I say we reject the plea deal and go to trial!”

  12. boysroll says: Jan 18, 2010 9:22 AM

    Let Garrett go. With that talent on offense to put up 3 pts tells me he got outcoached and this has happened a couple of times this season.
    Bring in an established veteran OC and with this talent you should reach the SB every year no question.
    Roy Williams must get cut and go after a Boldin or somebody like that. What a bust that guy has turned out to be.
    Hell of a good run this year though boys (NFC EAST champs 2 of last 3 yrs awesome) and with a couple of young draft picks and a couple of free agent signings which we all know Jerry will do we will be the favoritve for the NFC East again next year. We need to secure home field next year as that is critical to going all the way.
    So to all you haters….Get used to it as we are going to be around for many years to come kicking ass. I love Brookings too as that is a guy I want on my team when I go to war so f all you brooking haters too. The man has balls which I cannot say to all the haters out there wearing skirts calling the man out.
    HOW BOUT THOSE COWBOYS!!!!!! GO SAINTS…KICK SOME ASS.

  13. bobinpuertorico says: Jan 18, 2010 9:22 AM

    If Jerry Jones decides to dump Wade Phillips, the Bills should try to convince Wade to take the job. It was a huge mistake to ever get rid of Wade, because he was 29-21 as coach of the Bills and the team was in the playoffs for two of the three years that he was in charge. If not for poor officiating on the “Music City Forward Lateral”, Wade might have led the team to a Super Bowl. In the 10 years since Wade left, the Bills have only had one winning season (of 9-7) and have not gone to the playoffs. If Wade becomes available, Ralph Wilson should apologize to him and pay him what is required to get him to take the job!

  14. wwwmattcom says: Jan 18, 2010 9:22 AM

    I don’t know if Phillips is the answer….. Bills can’t afford Garrett. So this may not even be a hiccup compared to the belch that is the coaching search for the Buffalo Bills.

  15. KingJoe! says: Jan 18, 2010 9:28 AM

    Oh please. This is a silly little article about nonsense. If Jones cans Phillips, Cowher will have a Blue Star tattoo before the sun goes down. Garrett is over-rated and he better take the Bills job before he coaching the offense for Jim Fassel

  16. Popeye says: Jan 18, 2010 9:30 AM

    Romo needs to go…..he plays scared. When he gets in a big game, he gets the drops and puts the ball on the turf every single year….real cowboy fans are sick of him….garrett isnt the problem

  17. romo9mvp says: Jan 18, 2010 9:30 AM

    let garret leave!!!!! Its been absoultly terrrbile watchig him call plays all season minuse maybe the last 2 games against philly. I mean cmon!! What helped get our offense to where it was was pure talent! No one ounce of play calling helped make this team a movable offense. What happened to all the wr screens we started running the last cpl weeks that helped take the pressure off of romo!! Seems to me those kinda plays would of slowed down the vikings pass rush!! But was their even one wr screen called yesterday?????? If jerry jones is smart e will keep phillips because he was simply great with the defense and let garret walk or give him his walking papers and bring in an OC who can help romo get better and also has a bigger play book that can help get more guys involved because simply put garret is to predictable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. red13 says: Jan 18, 2010 9:32 AM

    If anyone from the Bills watched the game yesterday, they saw a more ineffective and unimaginative offense than what they had in Buffalo this year, and that’s saying something. Ralph Wilson would have to be nuts to give Garrett the HC job.

  19. urinal mint says: Jan 18, 2010 9:34 AM

    Cowher will never coach in Dallas. You boys can forget that pipe dream right now. He’ll want the full control that Jerry will never, ever concede.

  20. .VoxVeritas says: Jan 18, 2010 9:35 AM

    “LMAO, enjoy the off season turmoil Dallas Cowboy fan!”
    Yeah, can’t wait until they decide to keep, trade or cut their $100 million QB and struggle with how they’re going to keep up with a team that kicked their asses in three games. Wait, that’s the 0-3gles.

  21. BENITO says: Jan 18, 2010 9:36 AM

    the only power play being made today is the dallas police department raiding vox veritas’ moms basement for kiddie pics!

  22. Kitibo says: Jan 18, 2010 9:39 AM

    I would love for him to make a power play and for Jerry to hire him, I am an Eagles fan. His offensive schemes and inability to adjust to injury contributed greatly to Dallas losing yesterday.

  23. Quagmire says: Jan 18, 2010 9:40 AM

    Dallas offense scored about 20 points under their regular season average.
    Minnesota scored about 6 points over their regular season average.
    The Vikings defense had been giving up 19.5 points per game.
    Dallas had been giving up 15.6 points per game.
    I say keep em both…35-3.

  24. lololnpnp says: Jan 18, 2010 9:47 AM

    HA!! I guess to put into perspective how much of an epic failure this was, the Lions put more points on the Vikings defense in each of their two games. Your response: give him the keys to the car. Do you honestly think Jerry Jones thinks Jason will leave for the Bills when they are being turned down by their janitors?
    Speculating is one thing, using common sense whilst doing so is something else. My name is Mike Florio hurrrrrrr!!!

  25. tshattuck says: Jan 18, 2010 9:51 AM

    Who called the offense yesterday, that’s who should be let go? Jones needs to replace Garrett and go after Michael Vick for QB!!
    Get rid of Garrett and Romo!!

  26. HarrisonHits says: Jan 18, 2010 9:59 AM

    Yeah, scoring 3 points in the biggest game they’ve had for years is a really good way for an OC to demonstrate he’s ready for a HC position.
    NOT

  27. cowboys1 says: Jan 18, 2010 10:00 AM

    This is all so crazy.How can you want a OC whose playcalling is questionable, and not want the HC, the guy that is responsible for the late season push with his awesome defense. I dont get it, Im definitely not a huge wade phillips fan but im less of a jason garrett fan.

  28. Prthegreat says: Jan 18, 2010 10:01 AM

    Its funny how he went from the hottest OC on the Hottest team to….. splat!
    cow pooo

  29. cowboys suck says: Jan 18, 2010 10:05 AM

    Jerry Jones will only hire a bitch coach that will be submissive and Cowher will not “cower” and bend enough for him. Neither would Shannahan, which is why he isn’t in Dallas. Jeery Jones should save some $$$ and just hire himself, cuz he has no idea how to STFU

  30. cowboys1 says: Jan 18, 2010 10:07 AM

    @ boysroll:
    I agree 100%

  31. mikeoxlong says: Jan 18, 2010 10:12 AM

    Phillips plus Garrett is equivalent to the equation…0+0=0
    I hope the girls keep at least one if not bolth!

  32. INTENSEG says: Jan 18, 2010 10:12 AM

    Garrett is a crappy play caller period. Get a real damn OC in there, JJ would be nuts to make him HC.

  33. east96street says: Jan 18, 2010 10:18 AM

    boysroll says: “Get used to it as we are going to be around for many years to come kicking ass.”
    ONE playoff win since 1996. Yeah, really “kicking ass”. The Giants, with the WORST redzone D in the League, swept your sorry ass. That’s some juggernaut you’ve got there. Unfortunately, you can’t play every game against the Eagles. Because that’s the ONLY way Dallas would be intimidating. As for the Brooking, hey, what comes around goes around. Dallas is filled with most classless, dirty POS in the NFL. The ridiculous posing after every play isn’t just unprofessional, it’s a sign of a team devoid of ANY leadership or poise. Dallas got what it richly deserved yesterday. I’m only sorry that Favre didn’t throw three more TDs and that a Viking player didn’t take out Flozell like he has done to so many opponents. Enjoy watching the replays of the Cowboys posing and taunting on their way to beat down. I especially loved the show that Spears put on when he stopped AP for no gain. Only a complete jackass would beat his his chest and scream and yell when his team was down 17 points in the fourth quarter just because he made one nice play. Where was Spears chest beating when Minny put two more TDs on the board? It was classic Dallas. All show, no substance.

  34. cowboys1 says: Jan 18, 2010 10:23 AM

    Prthegreat says:
    January 18, 2010 10:01 AM
    Its funny how he went from the hottest OC on the Hottest team to….. splat!
    cow pooo
    ————————————————
    nobody this year has said anything good about garrett, he sucks and everyone knows it, romo’s play bolstered the offense and wade phillips D was awesome. So there was never any talk of him being the hottest OC. Not this year. Or any year he’s been there, he tried to use the same gameplan he used against the eagles. horrible.

  35. .VoxVeritas says: Jan 18, 2010 10:32 AM

    “Romo needs to go…..he plays scared. When he gets in a big game, he gets the drops and puts the ball on the turf every single year”
    It’s hilarious that the definition of the phrase “big game” as it relates to the Cowboys has become synonymous with the phrase “any game the Cowboys lose”.

  36. .VoxVeritas says: Jan 18, 2010 10:34 AM

    “Jerry Jones will only hire a bitch coach that will be submissive and Cowher will not “cower” and bend enough for him. Neither would Shannahan, which is why he isn’t in Dallas.”
    Both of them would want to cheat, anyway. Not the Cowboys’ style, sorry.

  37. .VoxVeritas says: Jan 18, 2010 10:36 AM

    “ONE playoff win since 1996. Yeah, really “kicking ass”. The Giants, with the WORST redzone D in the League, swept your sorry ass.”
    Best third place non-playoff team EVER.

  38. Fan_Of_ Four says: Jan 18, 2010 10:59 AM

    Wade did a fine job of coaching. He’s not the problem, Romo just sucks as a QB and having Roy ” I’m way over paid ” Williams doesn’t help either.

  39. VoxUcker says: Jan 18, 2010 11:00 AM

    Jerryatric won’t fire Philips. He scoured the earth looking for that spineless sock puppet, he’s not about to let him go that easily (especially since any decent coaches will have nothing to do with him).
    I still can’t forget the image from their first prime time game this year, of JJ sitting in his luxury box holding a play chart. “OK Wade, try this…!”

  40. Rex Ryan=Fat Twat says: Jan 18, 2010 11:00 AM

    red13 says:
    January 18, 2010 9:32 AM
    If anyone from the Bills watched the game yesterday, they saw a more ineffective and unimaginative offense than what they had in Buffalo this year, and that’s saying something. Ralph Wilson would have to be nuts to give Garrett the HC job.
    ===============================
    the bills lost 6-3 to the browns in buffalo this year. thats the most ineffective unimaginative offense ive ever seen.
    The bills havent won the division in 14 years, have 1 winning record in the past 10 years, havent won a mnf game in 10 years, havent beat the patriots in the past 6 years. so yeah id say ralph wilson is an old retarded bastard.

  41. cowboys1 says: Jan 18, 2010 11:17 AM

    Are any of you real football fans? how can you blame a QB that had lineman in his face all day? Seriously Romo had a great season and shouldn’t be blamed for this game. They just got outplayed by a very good defense, front and back, and its not an excuse but a reality that flozell was a huge loss.

  42. Bigbluefan says: Jan 18, 2010 11:23 AM

    Lets see Eli wins the SB two years ago
    This year he is playing hurt all season our 2ndary was on the IR and we still beat the snot out of the cowscum twice
    We beat you the day Jerrys bigtop opened
    So as far as the Giants being the bad yeah we did suck this year but two easy wins againest the cowscum
    Next year healthy Eli Secondary up and running and our young WR’s making asses out of the rest of the NFC East
    For now I will cheer on the colts and saints
    Cowboys blow cowboys blow

  43. redsquare says: Jan 18, 2010 11:24 AM

    I’d kind of like to see Phillips moved into the defensive coordinator role, a new HC hired (somebody experienced and disciplined), and Garrett let go.
    The defense is good and probably just needs to stay under Phillips’ guidance, and I would hope it’d be a good, dignified way to solidify his career before retirement in a few years.
    The offense has hit a wall. They have the talent. Romo was great under pressure this season, apart from this game, and the running and receieving games showed some new life (even if Barber and Williams disappointed). But the offensive strategy and play-calling was inconsistent, unresponsive, and a failure overall. There have simply been too many games now where the offense gets stuck and doesn’t change.
    The Cowboys are in good shape. I don’t see much offseason controversy or dissent. They made solid improvements this year and just need to keep adjusting, and hopefully the beatdown by the Vikings will make them hungrier next year.

  44. .VoxVeritas says: Jan 18, 2010 11:24 AM

    “Jerryatric won’t fire Philips. He scoured the earth looking for that spineless sock puppet, he’s not about to let him go that easily (especially since any decent coaches will have nothing to do with him).”
    Do you think maybe that winning the division two out of the three years he’s been there has anything to do with it?

  45. boysroll says: Jan 18, 2010 11:34 AM

    you tell them cowboys1….I love all the haters. We kick ass the last couple of seasons in our division and win it 2 out of 3 years and nobody can even give one ounce of credit.
    The reason is that they all know we are headed upwards and the rest of the division is on the decline so get used to it scumbags.
    HOW BOUT THOSE COWBOYS!!!! GO SAINTS..KICK THAT BALD HEADED CLASSLESS COACHES ASS!!!
    What goes around comes around and just wait until next season when we run it up on the viks as they visit us.

  46. rjgreen3 says: Jan 18, 2010 12:45 PM

    @ Joe C
    I totally agree with you. Jason Garrett is the biggest reason the Cowboys offense is lousy! Ravens fans are greatful he turned down that job!

  47. Thumper says: Jan 18, 2010 12:47 PM

    When folks blame Romo, they show little knowledge about basic football. Vikings won at the point of attack on both sides of the ball. Hands down. Somebody dialed in an excellent defensive scheme to protect their corners, wouldn’t you agree?
    Further, I saw NO effective adustments made on the offensive side of the ball to offset the Viking power and speed dominance. NONE. Whose job is it to make adjustments?
    When you’re down on speed. Down on power. What you have left is deception and misdirection, performed inside a compressed timeframe (e.g. quick hitters). Where was that? Instead, Boys O calls a slow developing pitchout in the flat and loses 8 yards, LOL. No understanding of what the Vikes D was doing, NONE. It is the OC’s job to provide the recognition, don’t you think?
    After that, not exactly optimus prime for powerballing the owners. Makes no sense whatsoever. I’m the OC and walking around Jerry Jones today? I tuck my tail between my legs and walk very softly, quietly, almost like a wabbit. rabbit. wabbit. rabbit…
    Every single quarterback in the league can be made to look like Romo yesterday when a defense brings that much thunder. Manning, Brady, Brees, all of them. Dumping Romo because of yesterday would be the STUPIDEST thing Dallas could do (not that they won’t though). Dumping Wade, promoting Garret would be the second dumbest.
    If it was me, I’d split the difference and hire Wade Garrett from the movie Roadhouse to kick some ass, chew some bubblegum, etc. Why not? This is pure fantasy going on here anyway, lol. Put up a big sign in the lockerroom, too, that says: “Warning: do NOT eat the big white mints in the urinals!”
    The “past” means nothing in football. Nothing. Football is a game of matchups. Thats why we still play the games instead of letting Fl0for4io decide the outcomes, LOL.
    OMG, what’s next? Dugout Dilfer for HC in Dallas? hahahahaha. Somebody needs to buy that guy a Darth Vader helmet. Then he’ll look like one too. LOL.

  48. .VoxVeritas says: Jan 18, 2010 1:04 PM

    “This year he is playing hurt all season our 2ndary was on the IR and we still beat the snot out of the cowscum twice”
    Yep, best third place non-playoff team in the NFL!

  49. .VoxVeritas says: Jan 18, 2010 1:08 PM

    Thumper nailed it, instead of working with what the Vikings gave them, Garrett tried to impose his will on the Vikings D WHICH YOU CAN DO against any team if you have perfect execution, but that was hardly the case yesterday.

  50. east96street says: Jan 18, 2010 1:17 PM

    cowboys1 says: “I dont understand how fans with no team in the playoffs can talk crap, just acknowledge the boys had a better season than your team, hater.”
    I don’t understand how a delusional fanboy can get excited by one playoff win in 14 years followed by an outright humiliation. Lots of teams had a better season than the Giants. Wasn’t hard to do this year. And that gets Dallas what? Oh right. The privilege on having their ass beat in Minny. What an achievement. You must be so proud. Open your eyes moron. Dallas, like all the NFC East teams, has gaping holes to fill before they ever become Super Bowl contenders. Again, I go back to the point of Spears chest beating. What does it say about a team when that kind of asinine performance is tolerated while the team is getting beat down in the fourth quarter of a playoff game? What did Spears chest beating accomplish? It inspired the Dallas D to lay down for two more Minny TDs before the end of the game. Yeah, that’s a team that will be “kicking everyone’s ass” next year.

  51. east96street says: Jan 18, 2010 1:26 PM

    .VoxVeritas says: “Best third place non-playoff team EVER.”
    Giants won the Super Bowl in 2007. Remind me again about what Dallas has accomplished in the post season in the last decade. I love your hypocrisy, Vox. You spend hours on here mocking Philly fans about their team’s lack of Super Bowl wins. When Philly fans counter that Philly has had post season success EXCEPT for the Super Bowl, again, you mock them and say that only a Super Bowl win matters. Well, seeing how that’s your standard, your team fell well short of it yesterday. Eat it fanboy. It was ass kicking for the ages. But your Boys did do their famous posing and posturing. Whoever is the Dallas coach of posing should go to the Pro Bowl. No team does that more and in more inappropriate situations than Dallas. So, hopefully, that brought you some enjoyment.

  52. cowboys1 says: Jan 18, 2010 1:27 PM

    @east96street:
    HAHAHAHA!! all you can do is talk crap about the cowboys cuz you cant say anything positive about the vagiants

  53. east96street says: Jan 18, 2010 2:05 PM

    cowboys1 says: “all you can do is talk crap about the cowboys cuz you cant say anything positive about the vagiants”
    Actually, I’ve been stating facts. You’ve been name calling because you have NO facts to back your ridiculous claims. You’re a sad little boy who saw his team humiliated and is trying to use bravado to cover your pain. Ask your mommy for some chocolate milk and stop making an ass of yourself. BTW, I can say two really positive things about the Giants – 1) they won more playoff games in 2007 alone than Dallas did in the last 14 years. 2) They swept your sorry ass team, including the opening of the new stadium. But, hey, you guys have Roy Williams and any day now he’s going to put you in the Super Bowl, right?

  54. JoeQB12 says: Jan 18, 2010 2:39 PM

    Seriously Florio? Garrett’s name has not “emerged on the fringes’ for the Bills search. Did you read the article you claim this happened? It was a Buffalo News writer essentially saying, ” what about Jason Garrett? What a joke of a reference. there’s absolutely no news or media report referencing anything about Garrett and the Bills. What horrible writing.

  55. cowboys1 says: Jan 18, 2010 2:44 PM

    read my comments again. Talk about the last few seasons all you want the fact is the cowboys will run the nfc east for the next few years at least, you know you cant say that the giants will be better than the cowboys in the coming years.

  56. redsquare says: Jan 18, 2010 3:11 PM

    Both the Cowboys and Giants have lots of Super Bowl wins and records to be proud of. Sadly for the Giants, each passing year makes their ’07 victory look like a fluke. Sadly for the Cowboys, they’re not even at at that fluke level yet.
    Saddest yet, the Eagles have never won a Super Bowl.

  57. BENITO says: Jan 18, 2010 4:14 PM

    back to your prostitute momma’s basement VoxVeritas! your mom hates it when you greet the “johns” at the door!

  58. Whiterhino says: Jan 18, 2010 5:27 PM

    @east96street:
    I don’t always agree with what you say… but hell, I barely need to make a post on this thread thanks to you.
    Keep telling them. As distasteful as Eagles and Giants fans find each other, and they do, at least most of them can step up and take their medicine following a huge loss. I didn’t hear Giants fans acting like this when the Eagles ushered them out of the playoffs last year, and Eagles fans owned up (mostly) and admitted that Dallas was the better team when we got bounced this year.
    But when Dallas loses – to the Vikings – what do we hear? “Eagles suck” – excuse me? How does the nationally televised asskicking that was just handed down to the Boys have ANYTHING to do with the Eagles, other than the 2 straight crap games set cocky Dallas up for another fall.
    Nothing, that’s what, except to soothe the burned egos of all the little crybabies out there.
    Get your Keith Brooking jerseys, Cowfans, because he’s just become the posterboy for whiny bi*ches everywhere.

  59. Whiterhino says: Jan 18, 2010 5:28 PM

    # cowboys1 says: January 18, 2010 2:44 PM
    read my comments again. Talk about the last few seasons all you want the fact is the cowboys will run the nfc east for the next few years at least, you know you cant say that the giants will be better than the cowboys in the coming years.
    ———-
    Why not? As good as the Cowboys were this year, the Giants swept them. And the Giants were swept by the Eagles. Who were swept by the Cowboys. That says to me that the NFC Least is wide open.
    Unless you’re a delusional fanboy, of course.

  60. cowboys1 says: Jan 18, 2010 6:05 PM

    Giants fans are ridiculous. you guys won the first game on a last second FG. One of romo’s worst games. 4 TOs and the cowboys still had a chance to win it and giants fans are still excited about it.

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