Romo vs. Bledsoe: The Carolina perspective

By Jeff Lykes  |   Thursday, October 26, 2006  |  Comments( 6 )

Carolina Panthers
The Panthers and Cowboys square off in a huge matchup on NBC's "Sunday Night Football" this week. The show, which has garnered huge ratings, has basically replaced "Monday Night Football" as the premier NFL telecast of the week. But who cares about ratings, right? It's all about the football. The Cowboys are a lost bunch right now. Everyone...
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CommentsComments: 6
08:13 AM
I like your assessment of the Cowboys, "they aren't that good."
I believe this to be wholly accurate. They have yet to prove they can beat a decent team, and I think that will hold true through this weekend. Parcells has looked more befuddled then I have ever seen him. If Romo throws three picks in the first half do they yank him? I'd really like to see Peppers and Rucker knock him around. I'd also like to see Keyshawn and Smith have a big day! Dallas, two Prime Time beat downs in a row. God may be watching through the hole in the roof, but he ain't helpin' none. Dallas' only road win was at Tenn. I hope this gets ugly early. Don't worry Dallas fans there's plenty of scrubs on your schedule to get to 8-8.
01:44 PM
You can talk all the smack you want Fr8t. But you just wait and see, I believe that Dallas has something up their sleeves waiting to let loose. Because their season is on the line. I am a diehard Dallas fan, and I back up the Cowboys all the way. Romo will not get knocked around, because i believe that he realizes that he is making a new name for himself now. And I do believe that he'll make wise choices this Sunday night. Well thats my piece GO DALLAS!!!
Joe Stern
03:34 PM
This is a wonderfull article. Great accessment of the Dallas Cowboys. Except the lousy kicker you mention is the all time accuracy leader in NFL. The overrated back (Julius Jones) had 194 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns against the Panthers just last year. The Cowboys have the #1 rated rush defense. As for our shaky pass defense, Eli Manning is three times better than Delhomme, and Eli did not even have 200 yards passing. And I am also pretty sure the last time out against Dallas Steve Smith had 1 catch for 8 yards before being ejected due to actions of frustration. Maybe I don't like your article as much as I originally thought I did. Please get a clue.
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