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  1. Rams vs Saints - part II

    That's a very convienent way of looking at it. Trouble is a facemask call could be at the bottom of a pile. This was in plain sight! But hey, you got your W. Just please stop with the excuses, it is very insulting to the people that enjoy the integrity of the game. We all want our favorite teams to win, but to win Like that, nah.
  2. Rams vs Saints - part II

    We all can. Was Dez a catch or no catch? The tuck rule?? Snap infraction??? Its not how many calls it's the timing of them. The game killers.
  3. Rams vs Saints - part II

    Look you could compare stats TOP, crowd noise, whatever. Point is, if the Rams DB doesn't make that hit, its a 1st down at minimum. It could have been 1 of 3 penalties. Overtime, turnover, whatever. The OFFICIALS decided that game by NOT making the obvious and correct call. Anything before or after that is a mute point. That call had to be made simply for the reason of protecting the integrity of The game.
  4. Rams vs Saints - part II

    Never should have got to that point. Period.
  5. Rams vs Saints - part II

    Again, the first 48 minutes were decided at that point. Your rebuttal is just another example of us, the fans, doing mental gymnastics to convince ourselves this is all legit. Woulda, coulda, shoulda, dosent matter. You cannot ignore that call. Of you have to fix it and make it look legit, make the obvious call, then call holding on the next play or two and give the Rams half a chance. There just is no other excuse for that. Sorry dude, they screwed NO to get their darlings in. The integrity of the game has been compromised. But we need our fix so we will be short sighted about it and have short memories.
  6. Rams vs Saints - part II

    Doesn't matter what happened in the first 48 minutes. The official blatenly and deliberately did not make the obvious call. Rules are in place for reasons. And the officials inabilty to do his job cost the team that should have had the best chance to win, their season. It wasn't a holding call or one to interpret, no, this could have been one of three: PI, Hitting a defensless WR, or Helmet to helmet. All obvious. The obvious answer is the league controls who it wants to win. That's it. McVay, Goff, young blood coming up in the league. Puts the league in a good light. The sad thing is, and this includes me-though for the life of me I don't know why, the fans are so enamored with this sport that We are willing to just make excuses and accept it. Like, yeah we know it's shadey, but give me more! We argue, fight, curse, and even hate one another over it. And in the end, it's not even real. Its all controlled. That much is obvious. And The only ones getting rich are the players, owners and networks.
  7. Around the NFL - Playoffs Baby

    Been saying it for years. Its got sooooo much worse. They, the officals, don't even try to hide it anymore.
  8. GDT - NFCCG Rams (13-3) @ Saints (13-3): Get loud.

    Just heard today that NFL owners AND players are going to negotiate at the next CBA meetings their cut of legal gambling. I guess when the fix is this obvious, what do the owners and players have to fear? I mean why not get some of that gravy?
  9. GDT - NFCCG Rams (13-3) @ Saints (13-3): Get loud.

    Been saying it for years. This ish is fixed!!! I have no dog in this fight, but to see something that obvious go down at a moment that could end a game of that magnitude, I lose faith in the integrity of the game. Its all fixed, enjoy your new WWF, it's a frickin joke.
  10. Cowboys OC Search - The Moore You Know

    Food for thought guys. Back when the Tuna was our HC , Sean Payton was assist HC/quarterbacks coach after 3 years with Phila/ NYG combined. He was responsible for Tony Romo's career. We never saw fit to make him our HC. He went to NO and won a SB. Wonder what he is doing today? Point is, he wasn't even a real OC, but the majority of his career prior to his leaving Dallas was more of a QB coach. Can Kellen Moore be of that same ilk?
  11. Dak - Grown Man

    So is it stats or intangibles that are used to measure GOAT?
  12. Dak - Grown Man

    Dak definitely grew up a lot in the 2nd half of the season. Twice he passed for over 300 yards and multiple TD's in a game and he won the NYG without Zeke. I believe a healthier O line with another season under their belt, the addition of Cooper and 1 offseason to work paired with playoff experience and a W will certainly play to his advantage next year. Although, I still would feel right comfortable with bringing in a veteran as a back up, Flacco, Carr, etc. Just a thought.
  13. Dak - Grown Man

    https://www.thedelite.com/greatest-nfl-quarterbacks-of-all-time/4/?lvl=opt2&stack=ssp&utm_content=adrizer Off topic, but I came across this on MSN. I talk about Cowboy haters being out there but man this is ridiculous!!! 28th???? Behind Bradshaw, Luckman!!!??? He was ONLY thee most accurate QB in the league, possibly ever.
  14. T.O. Was Not The Problem.

    I also believe the team has been caught in a young/old cycle for far too long. That is, too many veteran players with inflated contracts that were past their prime and living on reputation rather than production paired with too many young guys that just were not acclimated to the speed or endurance of a full NFL season. At one point it was our LB's were too slow, then one year the Giants beat our DB's like a drum and we drafted 3 DB's that year, expecting that to fix our "only problem". This is the first time in a long time I can honestly say we are fairly balanced youth wise on both offense and defense. I fully expect Lee to move on (LB coach PLEASE), as well as Irving and possibly some other veterans. But our youth played well during the 2nd half of the season. Add a few FA's in key spots (S, TE, DT) and then draft BPA and we should be right back at it next year.
  15. Around the NFL - Playoffs Baby

    I will be damned