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  1. I pretty much nailed it. I assume you are 100% acknowledging that I called exactly what was going to happen in cowboys v 49ers, right? 100% nailed it. 49ers would stop our running game and force Dak to beat them on third down which he would not be able to do. In fact Dak was 5/14 on third down. I said the 9ers would run all over us. 169 yards 2 TDs. And I said that after Dak caused us to fall behind by double digits in the 4th quarter that the defense would play soft and then Dak would put up stats. Hilariously, TO7 thought I should have banned for that comment. So, again, I’m assumin
  2. Romo called that right away… high, floating kick down to the 5ish and dare them to try to run it back. Even taking it to the 30 yard line probably run 6 seconds off the clock. Also, I’m surprised the bills didn’t implement the ravens defensive plan from the 49ers SB… tackle/hold every eligible receiver and only rush 3. So, you get a 5 yard penalty but take 8-10 seconds off the clock.
  3. So far… it kinda looks like My prediction is coming true. Imagine that.
  4. Matts has officially become an eagles fan… same excuses they made for McNabb. Dak’s biggest problem is that he’s not good at throwing with anticipation. Frankly, that’s where Romo excelled. Dak wants to see the WR complete the break and get open before he throws. It’s why he never got on the same page with Dez and Romo and Dez were dominating together. It’s also why Dak is very comfortable throwing to Schultz. Combine that with his low release, he gets a ton of blocked passes and a ton of dirt balls.
  5. 1. Parsons 2. Diggs 3. Gregory 4. Kearse 5. Lawrence? Gallimore? Odighizuwa? lawrence is in the 5-7 range IMO.
  6. Fans always overestimate the trade value of players. There are only about 5-10 that even have the the cap space to trade for Cooper. And if we don’t think he justifies the price tag, why would another team think he’s worth it?
  7. As must of you know, the cowboys are already projected to be $14M over next year’s cap. Of course, the cowboys could get under the cap by restructuring high contracts and extending cap hits against future caps. For example, we’d save about $14M against the cap by converting Dak’s base salary into signing bonus next year. The downside is Dak would account for $50M against the cap in 2023 and increase dead money on Dak’s void years of contract. Same could be done with Lawrence, Martin, Smith etc. But as we know, all that restructuring comes at a cost and it rarely works to our benefit.
  8. https://www.yahoo.com/news/jerry-jones-remains-high-cowboys-192239936.html so, even Jerry doesn’t think Amari is worth $20M per year. I’m surprised the majority so far is voting to keep amari.
  9. Most of the time it was from Dak holding onto the ball way too long. The biggest criticism of Dak is that we waits for receivers to break open instead of anticipating the break. Just like I predicted that Dak was going to struggle against the 9ers, I’ll make a similar prediction against the same defense… Aaron Rodgers will look like he’s got great protection and won’t struggle. I say this knowing that the 49ers are missing 3 starters on the OL. Can you imagine if Dak was missing 3 starters? just watch… A-Rod will get the ball out quickly and properly slide protectio
  10. Matt’s, you forgot this article… https://www.si.com/nfl/cowboys/news/dallas-dak-prescott-drew-pearson-40-million-disappointment?fbclid=IwAR2OF6Q1gpnE7l01CPwGfpYnh4u-xY7MfZpTLJdWDTCapl_EmrTwipfmx-k
  11. I would say yes. I don’t see much value for him at $20M and my guess is other nfl teams will feel the same way. I think Dak is more comfortable throwing to DS tbh.
  12. Not much of a trade market for a WR making $20M and coming off less than 900 yard season.
  13. As must of you know, the cowboys are already projected to be $14M over next year’s cap. Of course, the cowboys could get under the cap by restructuring high contracts and extending cap hits against future caps. For example, we’d save about $14M against the cap by converting Dak’s base salary into signing bonus next year. The downside is Dak would account for $50M against the cap in 2023 and increase dead money on Dak’s void years of contract. Same could be done with Lawrence, Martin, Smith etc. But as we know, all that restructuring comes at a cost and it rarely works to our benefit.
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