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Giants @ Dallas *** SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL***

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Hated Giants come to Dallas under the prime time lights. Giants lose their season opener, to a very tough Jaguars team, 20-15. While the Boys looked horrible against the Panthers, losing 16-8. Thoughts.

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I think the Giants lost their RB, who is supposed to be pretty good. We can't stop RBs or running QBs, so that could be a good thing. Hopefully our offensive line won't look so offensive next outing. Zeke had no holes and Dak had no time.

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7 hours ago, baddog said:

I think the Giants lost their RB, who is supposed to be pretty good. We can't stop RBs or running QBs, so that could be a good thing. Hopefully our offensive line won't look so offensive next outing. Zeke had no holes and Dak had no time.

I can’t find anything online about Barkley being injured?  He had a big game yesterday.  

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13 minutes ago, bullets13 said:

I can’t find anything online about Barkley being injured?  He had a big game yesterday.  

Flipping channels it's what I thought I heard an announcer say, hence my saying "I think". I did not research it.

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21 hours ago, Tigers2010 said:

What an awful prime time game. I surprised the NFL doesn't try to flex another game into this slot. 

People will watch it because Dallas is playing. The haters will be out in full force hoping Dallas loses. Dallas faithful will be watching  hoping to see The QB throw farther than twenty yards down field. The ratings will be through the roof all because Dallas in on. 

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1 hour ago, STiger85 said:

People will watch it because Dallas is playing. The haters will be out in full force hoping Dallas loses. Dallas faithful will be watching  hoping to see The QB throw farther than twenty yards down field. The ratings will be through the roof all because Dallas in on. 

I didn't say people won't watch. Inevitably, I will watch. That does not change the fact that arguably the two worst offenses in football will be playing the Sunday Night Game. That does not make me a "hater" or hoping Dallas loses, its just fact. Dallas is awful.

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The only reason the NFL would change a game is if they think the ratings would be low. That means people not watching. The Giants have the New York market and the Cowboys have America’s market. Don’t matter how the game goes they going to get their money. Lol

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The Cowboys are reportedly concerned about the team’s lack of success and how the brand — the most valuable brand in the NFL — doesn’t resonate with the new generation of fans.

They should be concerned. The Cowboys might be the most popular team in the NFL, according to the most recent numbers from Harris, but the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers are the favorite teams of those under the age of 30. The Cowboys make up the big meaty middle — they’re the dominant team of those aged 30-64 — but that group doesn’t determine who is cool these days.

Ninety-four percent of respondents under the age of 30 told Public Policy Polling before the Super Bowl that the Cowboys were not “America’s Team.”

PPP also found that no survey takers from ages 18-29 listed the Cowboys as their favorite team, but 41 percent of those under-30s did say the Cowboys were their least favorite team.

 

 

It'll be interesting to see how long 7-9 will be acceptable by Americans. Numbers are already showing people who didn't grow up in the 90's don't like the Cowboys. 

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Former Hemphill Hornet and LSU Bayou Bengal All-American Rimington Award Recipient Ben Wilkerson is coaching OL for the New York Football Giants.

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The defense looks great.  The offense is stagnant.  Dak has made a couple of good throws, but a few bad ones as well.  If he doesn’t improve drastically over the season it might be time to trade up and draft a quarterback.  

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Good drive there.  That’s the sort of play calling they need for him to succeed.  More of a college style offense.  Of course, that style of offense usually doesn’t work to long in the NFL.  

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Before the first game, i mentioned that iwanted to see the Cowboys throw the bomb on the first offensive play.....a la Meredith/ Hayes. Well, they waited until the second game's 3rd play. See how well it works? Lol

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Overreaction Monday. The Giants are one of the worst two teams in the league behind the Bills. This is the 9th game out of the last 12 Dak has thrown under 200 yards. A bad team, beat an awful team. 160 Passing yards... 64 coming on one play. But, that is exactly how Dallas has to play to win, rely on Dak as little as possible.

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3 hours ago, Tigers2010 said:

Overreaction Monday. The Giants are one of the worst two teams in the league behind the Bills. This is the 9th game out of the last 12 Dak has thrown under 200 yards. A bad team, beat an awful team. 160 Passing yards... 64 coming on one play. But, that is exactly how Dallas has to play to win, rely on Dak as little as possible.

Hey, somebody has to beat the bad teams. Lol

In the bold, that's why I say they need to get Zeke on track. A running game is a QB's best friend. Everything works off of it.

BTW, what pro team do you follow again?

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