View Full Version : Dallas looks Frightening
Sep 23, 02:10 PM
Who the heck puts up 34 points on Chicago anyway?
Sep 23, 02:39 PM
I dont know if you saw the game on the internet being over there in Thailand? but the Cowboys wore the Chicago D down. Most of the damage was done late in the game but nonetheless they were sticking it to Chicago pretty good. I tend to agree with the announcers who said that Chicagos D is getting just as frustrated as their offense with Grossman. Starting to take the wind out of them. The D makes a stop or gets a takeaway and Grossman gives it right back.
Sep 25, 06:11 PM
I did see the D get worn out. Big Factor: Tommie Harris injury. This is just not the same unit without Harris in that lineup. The Bears are quickly becoming a non-factor in the NFC. Mike Brown & Tommie Harris losses cannot be replaced.
Sep 28, 07:37 AM
Chicago look like they could be without their 2 starting CBs against the Lions. That doesnt bode well for them playing against a team who like to throw the ball around. Bears lose this and theyll be 1 - 3 though I think theyd still make the play offs. Had a feeling since last year that well get our revenge in the playoffs against them - at Qwest Field. Not frightened of Dallas yet the Bears were banged up and made a ton of mistakes.
Sep 30, 04:43 PM
birdsofprey: granted Dallas hasnt played anyone yet but the one thing they are doing very well is controlling the line of scrimmage. Makes for a tough team.
Tony Romo looked great against the lackluster STL defense and Miami (need I say more?). As for Chicago theyre certainly not playing like defending SB champs but their D seems solid enough and thats been the only real test Dallas has had to date. I think the game against Buffalo will be a good primer before they go against the stingy Patriots D! Now thats going to be a good game!
Oct 03, 07:09 PM
My guess: Patriots dismantle the Cowboys thoroughly.