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I don't know any Redskins fans, but it has worked the last 2 weeks, so I will continue until the Cowboys lose.

There is nothing like a Cowboys/Redskins game. If there is one thing I love more than kicking the crap out of the Giants and Eagles, it's kicking the crap out of the Redskins. Seriously, I think the Redskins have no chance here. It will not be pretty.

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I am pretty sure Gwlee7 is a Skins fan.

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beejmi wrote: I am pretty sure Gwlee7 is a Skins fan.
I am and it's a long time between thrills these days.  I would imagine that it is going to be pretty ugly this weekend.   The Cowboys are pretty good and the Redskins suck.

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Can't be any worse than the Patriots game. I'd talk shit only my Birds are heading there next week and it will be just as ugly.

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Redskins have always played them tough and vice-versa.

The Cowboys lone win in their greatest season of 1989 was against a heavily-favored Redskins team.

It's called a rivalry game.  And I am picking the Skins.

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HBF wrote: Redskins have always played them tough and vice-versa.


It's called a rivalry game.  And I am picking the Skins.

I wouldn't go that far but the 10.5 point spread does worry me a bit. Oh what the hell - Dallas wins 41 to 20.

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CanadianHorseman wrote: HBF wrote: Redskins have always played them tough and vice-versa.


It's called a rivalry game.  And I am picking the Skins.

I wouldn't go that far but the 10.5 point spread does worry me a bit. Oh what the hell - Dallas wins 41 to 20.

I notice you omitted the 1989 team and upset situation.  I'm pretty superstitious too!;)

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HBF wrote: CanadianHorseman wrote: HBF wrote: Redskins have always played them tough and vice-versa.


It's called a rivalry game.  And I am picking the Skins.

I wouldn't go that far but the 10.5 point spread does worry me a bit. Oh what the hell - Dallas wins 41 to 20.

I notice you omitted the 1989 team and upset situation.  I'm pretty superstitious too!;)

Hey - no use in taking any unnecessary chances. :D

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[Ole Anderson uh, ah Black Scorpion voice

 I'll make Romo disappear like I did this girl....and the Redskins beat the spread..  HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA !!!111 

[/Ole Anderson uh, ah Black Scorpion voice]

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That Black Scorpion guy sure is mysterious

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Have you ever noticed that he and CanadianHorseman are never logged in at the same time?

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It's definitely not the same guy. The scorpion guy is actually pretty entertaining. ;)

How about (poster) dcsoulchild? I smell another Redskins fan.

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beejmi wrote: It's definitely not the same guy. The scorpion guy is actually pretty entertaining. ;)

Ah screw you !!!!  :P

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Since we have so many stinkin' weasel Cowboy fans here I thought I would give ya'll a little something

 

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Oddly, the Skins Chris Cooley has done well for me in a fantasy league so far this year, not a huge amount of catches or yardage, but the Skins qb seems to fear throwing to anyone else in the red zone so he has scored well for a tight end.  Beyond that though, I have Romo, T.O. and the Dallas defense so I am hoping for a slaughter.

Sorry Greg.

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We beat the spread!!!!!!!!111111

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yawwnnnnn

Never in doubt.

Wouldn't be a Foreskins game if it wasn't a nail biter.

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True enough. 

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thunderbolt wrote: Oddly, the Skins Chris Cooley has done well for me in a fantasy league so far this year, not a huge amount of catches or yardage, but the Skins qb seems to fear throwing to anyone else in the red zone so he has scored well for a tight end.  Beyond that though, I have Romo, T.O. and the Dallas defense so I am hoping for a slaughter.

Sorry Greg.


You had to like that.  9 TD's from Cooley, TO, and Romo.  What's your scoring system like?

I got 64.5 points out of Romo and TO today.

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Someone should have brought up that Owens guy during scouting during the week. Did they cover him at all?

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Hilariously, they never addressed TO is terms of adjusting what they were doing defensively.

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I just watched the highlights at the gym and the Skins looked clueless.  How do you let that guy run by you uncovered twice on the same exact pattern?  After watching him eat up the Giants and others, you'd have figured that's WHO you need to shadow.

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Cooley came up big for in FF, too.

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HBF wrote: I just watched the highlights at the gym and the Skins looked clueless.  How do you let that guy run by you uncovered twice on the same exact pattern?  After watching him eat up the Giants and others, you'd have figured that's WHO you need to shadow.


You guys just don't understand the intricacies of the Redskins' two main defenses: The allow and the sieve.

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No GW, they looked really good and until the McIntosh interception (which I watched live), it was a tight game.  They went from just about a 14-10 lead to a 17-7 deficit and that was the ballgame.



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