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Wade backs away from his comments about Roy Williams

Phillips_Jones.jpgNot long after explaining that receiver Roy Williams, a phenomenal disappointment since arriving in Dallas during the 2008 season via a modern-day Herschel Walker trade, would have to fight for his starting job in 2010, Cowboys coach Wade Phillips is claiming that his comments were misinterpreted, according to Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com.

Coincidentally, Wade’s boss also has chimed in on the matter.  Asked whether he could imagine a situation in which Williams doesn’t start in 2010, owner Jerry Jones said:  “A big no.”

We’re not sure how Wade was misinterpreted.  He said of the receiver position that he “would play the best player, no matter what.”  Apparently Phillips meant to add “if Jerry lets me” or “as long as the best player’s name is Roy Williams.”

And now we know why Jones continues to employ as his head coach a guy who is the exact opposite of Bill Parcells.

So what does Jones expect from Williams?  Basically, what Jones expected — but didn’t get — in 2009.

“I think you could look for him to have the kind of year we expected him
to have last year,” Jones said.  “I’m optimistic about Roy Williams. 
We’ve got to do some things to help Roy, to help his game.  We’ve got to
do some things with the way we get him the ball to enhance his game. 
We’re going to do that.”

Ensuring that Miles Austin will constantly receive double coverage will help.  Heck, even Alvin Harper was able to succeed in Dallas across from a guy who could actually play.

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59 Responses to “Wade backs away from his comments about Roy Williams”
  1. WhoDat_champs says: Feb 28, 2010 9:44 PM

    I won’t back away from commenting… That was a horrible deal. Dallas gave up a first, third, sixth and a seventh for Roy. Funny thing is, Detroit will still be the worst team in the league after all those picks.

  2. RayDaMayor says: Feb 28, 2010 9:51 PM

    “That little slip up by me caused me to have to lick Jerry’s nutsack in order to keep my job. It was very old and crusty, so that won’t be happening again. I have no opinion about anything boys.”
    Wade Phillips

  3. FumbleNuts says: Feb 28, 2010 9:55 PM

    “Apparently, Phillips meant to add “if Jerry lets me” or “as long as the best player’s name is Roy Williams.”
    Al Davis has the same disease as Jerry Jones when it come to JaMarcus Russell.
    It’s called “Denial.”

  4. CanadianVikingFan says: Feb 28, 2010 9:57 PM

    Sounds Jerry wears the pants in that relationship. Or Wade’s pants are on the ground.

  5. Viper21 says: Feb 28, 2010 9:58 PM

    Even as a Dallas fan, Im disgusted at this approach from Jerry. I thought Wade was very soft in his comments about Roy Williams. Roy sucks. I think EVERYBODY who watched his play this year, KNOWS he is garbage. There are guys behind him in the depth chart that are much better IMO. Jerry hurts his team with comments like this. He shouldnt cut Wade’s nuts off publicly with stunts like this. How in the hell is Wade supposed to have control over his team when Jerry is cock blocking the WR position..?
    Something wrong with “the best player will play”…?!?! WTF are you thinking JJ..?? So much for wanting to be the real home team in the Super Bowl. If Jerry’s ego is more important than playing the best players on Sundays….. we’re screwed

  6. JimmySmith says: Feb 28, 2010 10:03 PM

    This is exactly why Jerry Jones will never win another Superbowl, he wouldn’t let coaches coach and he thinks he is real GM despite all the evidence to the contrary.
    Now that would stop Vox from buying the KY Jelly and assuming the position, all in the name of Cowboy love but they aren’t going anywhere with Jerry at the helm.

  7. JaggedMark says: Feb 28, 2010 10:08 PM

    Why doesn’t Jerry Jones just name himself the head coach. He knows football. He could do it.
    You know you want to Jerry, don’t be scared.

  8. ppdoc13 says: Feb 28, 2010 10:32 PM

    JimmySmith – you hit the nail right on the head. The Cowgirls are destined to be failures as long as Jerrah Jonz thinks he is a real general manager. Jimmy Johnson was the reason the ‘Boys won before and Barry Switzer glomed onto the end of Jimmy’s star. Jerrah Jonz has been trying for years to prove that he was the straw the stirred the drink and all he has done has been to prove he is an ego-driven megalomaniac who has to be in the limelight constantly.
    One of my favorite moments in Ravens history was the look on JJ’s face as we punked the ‘Boys in their last game at Texas Stadium. He picked the Ravens because he thought we’d be easy pickings for a final victory for the old girl and he got his head handed to him. The look on his face on the sidelines as Willis ran off tackle for 80 yards and then LeRon McClain did the same thing was priceless. It looked like JJ got a full colonoscopy without the benefit of sedation.
    The Cowgirls are destined to be losers for as long as Jerry owns the team or until he gets real football people to run the business. And for all the fans out there don’t hand me the line about how his winning percentage is this or that. You all know exactly what I mean.
    If we gave you all truth serum, I would bet that 96% of real Cowboy fans would love to see a different owner. Even Vox.

  9. LongBall says: Feb 28, 2010 10:40 PM

    If Cuzzin Jerruh wants everyone to be nervous, then why-in-the-hell did he contradict Coach Cupcake and say Roy Williams will keep his starting job after Wade said starting positions would be earned on merit, not salary (i.e. the best players would play)???
    Sounds to me like a big ole “Shudup Wade, I’ll do the talking to the press!”

  10. secret99 says: Feb 28, 2010 10:50 PM

    i’m on jerry’s side with this.
    he’s putting garrett on notice that he better figure something out or he’ll be demoted back to quarterbacks coach, his rightful place.
    rw isn’t the only casualty of garrett’s predictable offense. there’s martellus…there’s t.o.
    even witten was a casualty. the guy is relegated to being a blocker in the red zone…how crazy is that.

  11. Florio-is-a-tool says: Feb 28, 2010 11:08 PM

    Really secret99? It’s all Garrett’s fault huh? Yeah and the Colts lost because of everyone outside Peyton.

  12. FootballOnly says: Feb 28, 2010 11:23 PM

    Wade and Jerry/Cable and Al Davis……a perfect foursome of asses and egos. Neither the Raiders or the Cowboys will win another SB as long as these 4 are “calling the shots”. Cable and Phillips are nothing but lap dogs for the Jerry and Al…..gotta be embarassing for them, but I guess being a coach in the NFL is more important than their reputation.

  13. DC_Bengals_Fan says: Feb 28, 2010 11:34 PM

    “rw isn’t the only casualty of garrett’s predictable offense. there’s martellus…there’s t.o.”
    Somehow, Miles Austin seems to be doing fine. And I’m sure it was the OC making Williams drop passes and screw up routes?
    Face it, Jerry bought a lemon. Rather than take his lumps and move on, he’ll compound his error by 1) playing the lemon over somebody better, and 2) publicly emasculating his coach.
    This is why owners do best when they don’t meddle in personnel affairs.

  14. Tim says: Feb 28, 2010 11:34 PM

    Looks like someone’s going back to “JJ’s PR training” class.

  15. spudz says: Feb 28, 2010 11:39 PM

    The deal for Williams was an absolute joke….it clearly shows what a tool Jones is…

  16. Stinemonster says: Mar 1, 2010 12:05 AM

    “I’m optimistic about Roy Williams. We’ve got to do some things to help Roy, to help his game. We’ve got to do some things with the way we get him the ball to enhance his game.”
    Translated…
    “We’ve tried throwing out of his reach, right to his face mask, right in the chest, tried throwing high, low, to the left and right but he just can’t catch. We are going to Gorilla Glue extra balls to his hands so it can appear like he can catch the ball. If this deception works then we can pull some of the double coverage off of Austin.”

  17. Hordak says: Mar 1, 2010 12:07 AM

    “Dallas gave up a first, third, sixth and a seventh for Roy.”
    Not true. The Cowboys get the #7, not the Lions.

  18. Adam says: Mar 1, 2010 12:52 AM

    Sounds like Jerry wants the rest of the offense to be built around Roy. That’s retarded.

  19. oldskool says: Mar 1, 2010 1:17 AM

    As a Redskins fan, I wholly support this message and hope that the ‘Boys keep him on as a starting WR for the rest of his contract.

  20. edgy1957 says: Mar 1, 2010 1:32 AM

    I can think of 9 million reasons why Wade had to back off from his statement….. :)

  21. Outfoxed says: Mar 1, 2010 4:13 AM

    ppdoc13 says: February 28, 2010 10:32 PM
    “One of my favorite moments in Ravens history was the look on JJ’s face as we punked the ‘Boys in their last game at Texas Stadium.”
    My favorite JERRUH moment was when the Phins beat da girls on Thanksgiving day several years ago. Jerruh was running out on the field to celebrate their win after a Phins missed game winning field goal. However, unbeknown to Mr. know-it-all, the live ball was still bouncing around the 10 yd line only to be touched by Leon Lett and recovered by the Phins inside the 10 yd line with a few seconds left. The look on his windblown, surgically altered face as he had to walk back to the sidelines was absolutely priceless!! Yes the Phins converted and won!!!

  22. shawnc16 says: Mar 1, 2010 5:09 AM

    I understand if Jerry doesn’t want Roy coming off the bench because it makes the deal look bad but he should at least want to motivate Roy by giving the impression that he has to fight for that starting job. Roy played horrible last season so Jerry should have co-signed Wade’s comments. Even if he said the starting job is Roy’s to lose. Roy needs a fire lit under his ass badly. I don’t like the cowboys but I hate seeing players start over players who are out perorming them.

  23. Joe in Toronto, Canada says: Mar 1, 2010 5:09 AM

    It’s not enough that he chopped Phillips’ legs off in public, nope.
    He did it after Phillips said he “would play the best player”.
    Think about that, Cowboys fan.

  24. alewatcher says: Mar 1, 2010 7:12 AM

    When I saw the original story about Wade’s comments, my first thought was “Never mind what Wade thinks, what does Jerry think?”
    Nothing will change in Dallas until Jerry lets his coaches coach.

  25. alewatcher says: Mar 1, 2010 7:20 AM

    # FootballOnly says: February 28, 2010 11:23 PM
    Wade and Jerry/Cable and Al Davis……a perfect foursome of asses and egos. Neither the Raiders or the Cowboys will win another SB as long as these 4 are “calling the shots”. Cable and Phillips are nothing but lap dogs for the Jerry and Al…..gotta be embarassing for them, but I guess being a coach in the NFL is more important than their reputation.
    ——————
    The real issue is that neither Jerry nor Al will tolerate a coach that is anything but a lap dog. Until that changes, the Raiders and Cowboys will never win a title.

  26. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 8:02 AM

    “JimmySmith – you hit the nail right on the head. The Cowgirls are destined to be failures as long as Jerrah Jonz thinks he is a real general manager.”
    They’ve won the division two out of the last three years, dumbass.

  27. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 8:09 AM

    “My favorite JERRUH moment was when the Phins beat da girls on Thanksgiving day several years ago. Jerruh was running out on the field to celebrate their win after a Phins missed game winning field goal. However, unbeknown to Mr. know-it-all, the live ball was still bouncing around the 10 yd line only to be touched by Leon Lett and recovered by the Phins inside the 10 yd line with a few seconds left. The look on his windblown, surgically altered face as he had to walk back to the sidelines was absolutely priceless!! Yes the Phins converted and won!!!”
    And the Dolphins didn’t make the playoffs, and the Cowboys won their second Super Bowl in a row. That was my favorite part.

  28. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 8:12 AM

    Love all these Redskins, Packers, Ravens, Bengals, Aints etc fans talking about how bad of an owner Jerry Jones is hahahahahaha

  29. Bwa Ha Ha says: Mar 1, 2010 8:17 AM

    Jerry is the best. Jerry say, monkey do

  30. Rickah99 says: Mar 1, 2010 8:32 AM

    Steers & Queers down in them there parts.
    Stay Classy Dallas!

  31. Chris Fiorentino says: Mar 1, 2010 8:33 AM

    Who is “Mike D.”?

  32. romo2witten says: Mar 1, 2010 8:37 AM

    “a modern-day Herschel Walker trade”??? Seriously? Essentially a 1st and a 3rd for a receiver is nowhere near the trade the Cowboys pulled off to build the 90’s dynasty.

  33. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 8:54 AM

    Hey as long as the Cowboys keep winning the division and making the playoffs I couldn’t care less if Jones had an actual monkey as head coach. I mean who knows, they could always get lucky like the Ravens and Saints did.

  34. tv says: Mar 1, 2010 9:03 AM

    You’d think that after drafting Quincy Whatshisname a number of years ago, that Jones would have learned a modicum of humility and occasionally admit when he made a bad move.
    I guess not!

  35. Opie says: Mar 1, 2010 9:09 AM

    @ vox says: “Hey as long as the Cowboys keep winning the division and making the playoffs I couldn’t care less if Jones had an actual monkey as head coach”
    Oh, hell no! You, sir, are a hypocrite.
    You have argued for far too long that “winning the division & making the playoffs” is not considered a successful season nor acceptable. And now this?!?
    Drama in Dallas, a schism if you will, between Grimace (played by Wade) & Phantom of the Opera (jones) w/a comeo from Howdy Doody (garrett)……..oh, it’s gonna get interesting!
    And who the hell is Mike D?!? Beasties got a lot of money, he doesn’t need this gig…

  36. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 9:11 AM

    “Steers & Queers down in them there parts.”
    And they beat the 0-3gles 20-16, 24-0 and 34-14. So I guess that means that whatever you have up there in Philly is less than “steers and queers”.

  37. east96street says: Mar 1, 2010 9:14 AM

    .VoxVeritas says: “They’ve won the division two out of the last three years, dumbass.”
    Once again, Vox peeks out of Jerrah’s rectum and shows what a hypocrite he is. Rushing to Tebow’s and Warner’s defense because Vox is such a fine, upstanding, Christian, inbred redneck. Then a few posts later, denigrating and abusing Philly fans because “only Super Bowls matter”. Then, the moment Jerrah’s stupidity is put on full display, rushing to post that the Cowboys “won the division”. Either you’re Christian, and therefore need turn the other cheek and/or behave in a Christ-like manner, or you’re not. Either ONLY Super Bowls matter or they don’t. Can’t have it both ways. You spend so much time talking out your ass, Vox, one wonders when you get to sit down.

  38. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 9:57 AM

    “Once again, Vox peeks out of Jerrah’s rectum and shows what a hypocrite he is. Rushing to Tebow’s and Warner’s defense because Vox is such a fine, upstanding, Christian, inbred redneck.”
    I never said that I was a Christian, you insufferable tool. I reject all forms of organized religion.
    “Either ONLY Super Bowls matter or they don’t.”
    Yeah they matter but you can’t win a Super Bowl IF YOU DON’T MAKE THE PLAYOFFS, so the playoffs matter, too. The best way to assure that you make the playoffs is to win the division. Dunce.
    “Can’t have it both ways.”
    Actually, you can. The world is not as black and white as you need it to be to be able to understand it, slappy. Don’t you have a maxi-pad commercial to shoot or something?

  39. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 9:59 AM

    “You have argued for far too long that “winning the division & making the playoffs” is not considered a successful season nor acceptable. And now this?!?”
    Big picture, little picture, dummy. The Super Bowl championship is the ultimate goal but there are smaller goals along the way. Like making the playoffs, for instance. Can’t win the Super Bowl without making the playoffs, can you? Newsflash: All division winners make the playoffs. Stupid lowbrows!

  40. edgy1957 says: Mar 1, 2010 10:49 AM

    Unfortunately, Jerry can’t admit that he makes a lot of mistakes. After hiring a strong coach in Johnson, he hired puppet after puppet until he was forced to hire Parcells and now, he’s back to trying to be the puppet master. The team needs a REAL GM, who isn’t related and who has the power to make real decisions and doesn’t have Jerry’s hand up his back. It was bad enough that he spent all those picks on Williams when they had so much talent at the position in the first place (As I’ve been saying for years, that group of receivers is the deepest that I’ve ever seen in Dallas and all they needed was a chance on the field) but then he compounds it by giving the guy a contract for 5 years based on potential and NOT what he actually did on the field and now it’s biting him in the ass with Miles Austin. He should just cut his losses and move on with the guys that are there. Hurd and Ogletree both have the potential to break out and can they really drop any more passes than Williams?

  41. SixBurgh6 says: Mar 1, 2010 10:58 AM

    VoxVeritas: Ask the crappy Eagles how winning the division and winning playoff games consistently worked out for them from 2000-2008.
    While the Cowgirls have failed year-in and year-out now for the past 4 years with Romo at the helm, and not have any real success since the Clinton Administration… other teams like the Steelers aren’t content to sit on old Lombardis from past decades.
    With Wade Phillips’s head in Jerry’s ass, and Tony Romo the Choker quarterbacking the team, I predict no more Super Bowls ever again for the Cowgirls.
    BTW 6 rings > 5 rings… Sixburgh is still the best.

  42. Robert says: Mar 1, 2010 11:10 AM

    Roy Williams just wasn’t properly developed in Detroit, due to an array of bad coaching over his NFL career. The only time he probably shined in Detroit was when Martz was the OC, and Harrington was out of the picture. He racked up over 1000 yards in his first season with Martz. After Martz left, Detroit took a giant offensive leap into high school football playbook plays, which led to 0-16.
    Dallas, I’d see what he can do this year, and then call it quits on him.

  43. toe-to-toe bird law says: Mar 1, 2010 11:22 AM

    “The Super Bowl championship is the ultimate goal but there are smaller goals along the way.”
    Right now you probably have on the scowl of a mental patient because you realize how much of a hypocrite you are. So just to clarify, what were the Cowboys compared to the Eagles in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2008?

  44. east96street says: Mar 1, 2010 12:42 PM

    .VoxVeritas says: “I never said that I was a Christian, you insufferable tool. I reject all forms of organized religion.”
    Actually, moron, you claimed to have studied to become minister or preacher (sorry, don’t remember which, nor do I care). If you reject all forms of organized religion, then why jump down Florio’s throat when he’s calls out your born again heroes on their hypocrisy? Loved how Warner is helping out down in Haiti, BTW.
    “Yeah they matter but you can’t win a Super Bowl IF YOU DON’T MAKE THE PLAYOFFS, so the playoffs matter, too. ”
    Funny how you dismiss that argument as being “desperate” and “wrong” when an Eagles fan makes it.
    “The world is not as black and white as you need it to be to be able to understand it, slappy. Don’t you have a maxi-pad commercial to shoot or something?”
    This is where you show how dimwitted you truly are. YOU’RE the tool that sees the world as black & White. Born again – great, Catholic – bad. Obama – bad, Bush – great. Eagles – bad, Cowboys – great. You’re such a walking redneck stereotype that it’s ridiculously easy to predict your every reaction to each post Florio makes. As for the maxi-pad commercials, you know we had to stop making them once you refused to be a demonstration model because you moved into Jerrah’s colon. The feminine hygiene folks really miss how you soaked up every last drop.

  45. toe-to-toe bird law says: Mar 1, 2010 12:57 PM

    @east96street
    Well said, sir. Rich and compelling.

  46. edgy1957 says: Mar 1, 2010 2:33 PM

    SixBurgh6 says:
    While the Cowgirls have failed year-in and year-out now for the past 4 years with Romo at the helm, and not have any real success since the Clinton Administration… other teams like the Steelers aren’t content to sit on old Lombardis from past decades.
    **********************************
    You have some nerve. While you guys were basking in the glory from the CARTER Administration, the Cowboys were winning 3 of 4 Super Bowls (including one against the Steelers). Come talk smack about sitting back when Dallas’ streak reaches that of the Steelers.

  47. Borg30 says: Mar 1, 2010 2:43 PM

    @east96street
    Very well “WRITTEN”.

  48. SixBurgh6 says: Mar 1, 2010 4:01 PM

    edgy1957:
    Steelers: 6 Rings, 2 of them in the past 5 years;
    Cowboys: 5 Rings, and no playoff wins in the past 14 years except against a crappy Eagles team.
    Any more questions?
    Please come back to ME when the Cowboys do something worthwhile since the Clinton administration, mmmkay?
    I’ll be waiting.

  49. edgy1957 says: Mar 1, 2010 5:55 PM

    SixBurgh6 says: March 1, 2010 4:01 PM
    edgy1957:
    **********************
    Yeah, still doing your best to redirect that REAL story, which is how you Steeler fans held on to those rings for 26 years since CARTER and then have the nerve to compare that to 15 years. You try to show us your math skills by saying that 6 > 5 but you then turn around and try to make everyone think that 15 > 26 (Apparently, ONE child was left behind in your family). Again, 12 years from now, come talk to me about droughts.

  50. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 6:09 PM

    “Steelers: 6 Rings, 2 of them in the past 5 years;”
    Don’t forget the salary cap cheating.

  51. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 6:56 PM

    “Actually, moron, you claimed to have studied to become minister or preacher (sorry, don’t remember which, nor do I care).”
    Accuracy has never been one of your strong points, has it? What I said was that I became an ordained minister. I never said that I “studied” for it because I didn’t have to. I filled out a form on a web page and voila, I’m an ordained minister. I became an ordained minister to prove a point. Point being that becoming an ordained minister isn’t hard as most people think it is, and that ordained ministers shouldn’t be looked to as authorities on religion or any other matters.
    But even if I had “studied” to become a minister, what difference would it make? I still never said that I was a Christian. Dumb assumption on your part. Christianity is not the only religion, and certainly not the only religion that uses ministers.
    “If you reject all forms of organized religion, then why jump down Florio’s throat when he’s calls out your born again heroes on their hypocrisy?”
    My heroes don’t play football. Florio calls out what he views as hypocrites by being a hypocrite, himself.
    “Loved how Warner is helping out down in Haiti, BTW.”
    He’s a great guy from what I can tell.
    “Yeah they matter but you can’t win a Super Bowl IF YOU DON’T MAKE THE PLAYOFFS, so the playoffs matter, too. ”
    “Funny how you dismiss that argument as being “desperate” and “wrong” when an Eagles fan makes it.”
    I don’t dismiss the argument. I say that winning a playoff game isn’t enough. As a Cowboys fan, I really do see every season that goes by without a Super Bowl win as a failed season, but that’s relative to the Cowboys. I’ve seen more, I EXPECT more. 0-3gles fans seem to be happy with making the playoffs. They see it as a successful season. And in truth, it is a measure of success, the bottom line is still that you have to make the playoffs to even have a chance to win the Super Bowl. As a Cowboys fan, there’s not much difference to me between not making the playoffs and making the playoffs but not winning the Super Bowl. However, that does not mean that since *I* consider anything less than a Super Bowl win a failure, that the Cowboys are failures in comparison to the 0-3gles or their fans, who seem to be content to just make the playoffs and win a game here and there.
    I think it boils down to low expectations on the part of the 0-3gle fans.
    “This is where you show how dimwitted you truly are. YOU’RE the tool that sees the world as black & White. Born again – great, Catholic – bad.”
    What is it with you nimrods that makes you constantly want to put words in my mouth?
    I know what it is. You can’t deal with the things that I say so you have to make things up. You’re railing at windmills, Don Quixote. You say that I think that born again = good and Catholic = bad? Well put up or shut up, big guy. If you can find a post where I’ve even IMPLIED that I will never post to PFT again. Here’s your chance to be a big hero. Prove that I simply implied it in any of the posts I’ve ever made, I don’t even want you to find a post where I came out and said it, just find one where I implied it, and you’re the big PFT hero.
    You’re not going to be able to do it. That makes you a liar. Put up or STFU and forever be known as a liar.
    “Obama – bad, Bush – great.”
    Never said or implied that, either. In fact I believe I’ve said that I’ve never voted for a Bush in my life. Dude I’m from Texas, do you know how many times I’ve had the chance to vote for a Bush? Provide the post where I even IMPLIED that.
    You’re not going to be able to do it. That makes you a liar. Again, put up or STFU and get off my pants leg, you yapping little poodle of a supposed man.
    “Eagles – bad, Cowboys – great.”
    Well that should go without saying.
    So what’s it gonna be, East96St? Are you a hero or a dumbass liar that should never ever talk your filthy, lying, typical NY bullshit to me ever again? “Dimwitted” indeed. You’re a dimwitted liar and you have to show the posts to prove that you’re anything but that. Show the posts or kiss my “redneck” ass.

  52. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 6:57 PM

    “Right now you probably have on the scowl of a mental patient because you realize how much of a hypocrite you are. So just to clarify, what were the Cowboys compared to the Eagles in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2008?”
    They were the non-Super Bowl winners, just like the 0-3gles. Simple enough for you?

  53. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 7:01 PM

    “VoxVeritas: Ask the crappy Eagles how winning the division and winning playoff games consistently worked out for them from 2000-2008.”
    I’m not asking the 0-3gles crap. Why should I? They’re perfectly happy with what they are.
    “While the Cowgirls have failed year-in and year-out now for the past 4 years with Romo at the helm, and not have any real success since the Clinton Administration… other teams like the Steelers aren’t content to sit on old Lombardis from past decades.”
    They’re not content to follow NFL rules, either.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2000/05/20/sports/plus-football-pittsburgh-steelers-penalized-for-pay-violations.html?pagewanted=1
    “The Pittsburgh Steelers lost their third-round pick in the 2001 draft and were fined $150,000 by the National Football League yesterday for violating salary cap rules with the retired offensive tackle Will Wolford.”
    Seriously, how can you stomach rooting for a cheating organization like the Steelers? When the game is over, do you stop by the men’s bathroom to munch on a few urinal cakes and piss-soaked cigarette butts to get your previous level of self-respect back?

  54. JimmySmith says: Mar 1, 2010 9:25 PM

    Vox would never be a minister, the bible clearly states that homosexuality is sin and Vox does have his preferences, preferably to bend over for any Dallas Cowboy and do make it hurt.
    All this excuse making and the Cowboys still suck. Ten years without a playoff victory till this year and the lone win against the Eagles did little to impress anyone, especially since they laid a huge egg the following week.
    Its comical, but notice when the Cowgirls got destroyed by the Eagles in the previous year, Vox disappered for months, ah, those were the good ol days.

  55. SixBurgh6 says: Mar 1, 2010 9:54 PM

    Vox: That’s a pretty weak response. I guess it goes to show that that’s the best you can come up with when confronted with the facts: The Cowgirls suck, and the Steelers are better in every way, shape, and form, both recently and in terms of franchise history.
    Have fun enjoying single playoff wins against your crappy NFC East rivals and unceremonious exits from the playoffs at the hands of epic choker Tony Romo.
    I’ll instead enjoy the fruits of the labor of a REAL quarterback who is capable of engineering game-winning drives and bringing home Lombardi trophies while you cherish the memories you cling to of the last decent quarterback you guys had – that Troy guy in the early 90s.

  56. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 1, 2010 10:44 PM

    Jones was asked if he could envision a situation where Williams didn’t start and he rightfully said no. You expected him to say yes?
    Bet you thought that TO would be a Dallas Cowboy in 2009 too when Jones said that he couldn’t imagine a scenario that had TO playing for any other team, right? Yeah, TO was surprised, too.
    Hey Florio, remember when you made that stupid comment about how the Cowboys players would not all be on the same page because you can’t believe anything that Jones tells the media because he told the media that he wanted TO back in ’09, then the Cowboys ended up cutting him? Yeah I can’t believe that you said that, either. But here you go:
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/03/05/jones-inconsistencies-could-create-more-problems-for-cowboys/
    “Regardless of the motivation for saying one thing and doing another, Jones has made it harder to get his players on the same page by creating the clear impression that the things the organization says cannot be believed.”
    When are you ever gonna learn? He says one thing to you and the rest of the media vultures, and at the same time he’s telling something else to the people that actually matter. Here’s a direct quote from Jerry Jones that I suggest you refer to when Jones says anything because he seems to love to cross you mainstream media guys up.
    “When I make a statement, it’s absolutely true on the day I make it.”

  57. Whiterhinocerous says: Mar 2, 2010 3:32 AM

    http://www.myspace.com/warlock978
    All you need to know.
    Hahahahaha!

  58. Joe in Toronto, Canada says: Mar 2, 2010 11:12 AM

    Whiterhinocerous says: March 2, 2010 3:32 AM
    http://www.myspace.com/warlock978
    All you need to know.
    Hahahahaha!
    ==========================================
    lol, wow. What a nerd loser Vox is, just amazing.

  59. edgy1957 says: Mar 2, 2010 11:37 AM

    .VoxVeritas says: March 1, 2010 10:44 PM
    Bet you thought that TO would be a Dallas Cowboy in 2009 too when Jones said that he couldn’t imagine a scenario that had TO playing for any other team, right? Yeah, TO was surprised, too.
    ************************
    A BIG difference there because he got Owens AFTER Philly released him, which meant that he gave up no draft choices while it has cost him a first, a third and a 6th (while getting back a 7th) to pick up the OTHER Roy Williams. Now, if Jerry releases him within the next week, we’ll know that Roy’s been “T.O.’d” and if not, he’s too embarrassed to admit his mistake.

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