The Cowboys looked like a dominant team tonight. No doubt who the better team was here.
I wonder how dramatically the game shifts if Wade Phillips doesn't challenge that Romo interception in the 2nd quarter. If that INT isn't overturned, Philly scores twice in the span of a few minutes and Romo's confidence goes down the tubes. That call was huge.
I guess it's time to start the annual rumor of Donovan McNabb's departure from Philly. This is starting to become an annual tradition, like Favre's retirement.
I don't think that McNabb is going anywhere...for now.
The Eagles were just awful tonight although this can definitely be a different discussion if Wade didn't throw the challenge flag. That being said, I don't think there is a better team in the NFC right now than Dallas and maybe Green Bay a close 2nd. I don't buy into the hype that is Minnesota and hope to see them gone after next weekend...
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Man, how low are people's expectations for Wade Phillips in a playoff game when he's being congratulated for his savvy challenge of...an incorrect call?
Dallas just whipped Philly's ass tonight. That's going to be a very tough pick between them and the Vikings next week. As a Packers fan, I hate seeing Favre succed, but I'd rather see the Vikings advance than the completely unlikable Cowboys.
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I do not like Dallas but they may be the scariest team in the NFC right now and perhaps riding more momentum into the playoffs more than any other team (except the Chargers perhaps) but regardless, they have the most momentum of any NFC team.
Who do I pick with Dallas and Minnesota? I do not like Brett Favre but do not like Dallas that much more. I will pick the lesser of the 2 evils and hope that Minnesota gets the W.
As a Cowboys fan I couldn't be happier. I know there will always be hate, but they did a lot to clean up the reputation of the team this year. The last 10-15 years or so they had become the refuge for nearly every A-hole in the league. Now the only real person that is hard to root for to me is the owner, but who is going to fire him?
Anyway, I think the NFC is wide open from this point on, and Dallas is the hottest team on that side of the bracket.
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Steve Spurrier resigned today as Florida's head coach, leaving behind one of (or maybe) the highest paying positions in college football. I wonder if he's already lined up for something in the NFL (Jax?? Atl??)