Discussion in 'Sports' started by ajblakejr, Sep 5, 2012.
I am so HAPPY!!
Screw the election.
NFL is KING!!!!!!!!
And so it opens with a Queen (Latifah)!!!
First SACK of the season on Wisconsin's Cheesehead by birth.....Tony Romo!!!
Awesome game. Eli was running for his life, I love it
I am not sad at all.
Not a fan of either, but to see Dallas do so well, and the Giants lose makes for a great first NFL game.
Romo had 300 plus yards and 3 touchdowns. Great way to start the season for them.
I was very surprised by the final score---I had predicted the Giants would win 34-21.
The good news is the replacement refs were a non-factor.
Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader AVATAR.....
Show us your team spirit!!
How about my cowboys, but I keep telling myself, is this the year.....lets hope so
Not my team, but they did well and I am glad they beat NY.
FYI all you Packer fans. At the UPSers site. Under the United Way heading. Their is a football for bid, signed by Aaron Rogers. Clay Mathews and Raji.
Both teams could have tied 0-0 and it would not have bothered me.
Happy to oblige! Yay for the Cowboys!!!!!!!!!! Go, Tony, Go!!!!!
Cowboys are America's team, ya know!
Cowboys are a Jerry Jones Marketing Machine.
Packers are America's Team.
Saints are my team
Saints Players Win Bounty Suspension Appeal
I disagree. He knew full well what was going on, he got caught and now must atone for his "sins".
I also disagree with lifting the player bans. This sends a mixed signal to the rest of the players and weakens the power of the commissioner.
Respectfully, I disagree.
I feel Loomis should have had the bigger hit.
He is the GM.
Benson told him to cut the BS.
Loomis - full season suspension.
Payton - 8 games
I would agree with the player suspension if Vilma would have been sentenced a few games.
The full season is too much.
And William's - suspended for life.
I agree that the full season for Vilma was excessive.
The sad part is all of this discipline will not change the mindset in the locker room and certain players will continue to be targeted.
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