Oct 13, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett argues a call during the second half with head linesman Steve Stellijes (22) against the Washington Redskins at AT

Hopeless Dallas Cowboys Can't Stop Their Pathetic Play

Oct 27, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson (81) gets away from Dallas Cowboys free safety Barry Church (42) and defensive back Jeff Heath (38) during the first quarter at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

These Cowboys are impossible to understand.  Their Offense is a disaster, they made the Lions Defense look like a first-rate bunch on Sunday.  It seems that no matter what, when teams load the box and blitz heavily that Dallas can never ever make them pay.  It doesn’t matter who it is, they never take advantage.  They seem to lolly-gag through games just hoping to win somehow at the end.  There is no aggressive nature on Offense or Defense.

It is inexcusable to create 4 turnovers have 2 penalties and do absolutely nothing, NOTHING!  This team has no business making the playoffs, it would be a waste of time.  Sure they can play with anybody in this League, but they play too dumb too often.  The only thing they are consistent at is being inconsistent.  They can light up the Broncos one week and then struggle to move the ball on teams like the Redskins and Lions.  It does not make sense, they have good coaches and they have good players, so whats the issue?

The issue is that they are losers, they do not know any other way.  They bring in great new young talent and it doesn’t matter, there is a mediocre stench that hangs on this team like body odor.  These Dallas Cowboys do not know how to finish and in some cases even start.  They could have this Division in their hands but they do not want it.  They cant or they would take it.

Dallas has to start being aggressive and if that means going for it on some 4th downs than so be it.  If it means blitzing more than so be it.  Garrett and the rest of them have to realize that they have nothing to lose, they might as well go down swinging.  Them playing these games with this “trying not to lose mentality” is absurd.

It is ridiculous that Dez Bryant was taking heat for his outburst.  Are you kidding me?  He had every right to be pissed off, I was pissed off.  The Offense was a joke and all Romo has to say is that they brought a lot of pressure.  Who cares if that’s what they wanna do then exploit it.

The Cowboys letting other teams dictate what they can do is getting old, and so is my patience.


Tags: Dez Bryant Jason Garrett Tony Romo

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