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Giants Fans – Welcome To My Misery!

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Giants fans all over the U.S. went to bed last night on the verge of suicide. Welcome to hell! After a year's worth of ridicule, and laughter emitting from Giant fandom, I for one could not be happier! Since the Giants improbable run to the Super Bowl last year, all I have heard is how great not only the Giants are, but how great the "Super Bowl MVP" Elisha Manning is. I have said many times that Elisha is nothing more than a young Brad Johnson at best! Boy did he ever prove me right yesterday!

The Giants took a page right out of the Cowboys playbook. Instead of pounding the rock with Brandon Jacobs and company at the windy Meadowlands. They determined that putting the ball in the hands of the great Elisha would better serve them. Elisha continued his domination of NFL defenses, Elisha went for a MIND BLOWING 15 of 29 for 169 yards and ZERO touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Now everyone would think that this was caused by all the pressure that the Eagles put on him. Problem is Elisha was not sacked one time ALL DAY! Ouch that hurts!

Giants fans all year have enjoyed themselves to the highest level. They have all joined in on bashing the Cowboys coaching staff and how "Stupid" they are, well guess what? Welcome to the club! A trained monkey could have seen what the Giants needed to do to win yesterday, yet they still would not change the game-plan. How is the game-plan going into the game not "give the ball to Jacobs"? It's called EGO! The coaches of the Giants were so confident that they could do whatever they wanted, that the Eagles posed no problem to them, and they believed the hype. Sounds just like the 2007 & 2008 Dallas Cowboys!

After watching the Giants become sooooooo one dimensional, the Giants are now saying that they would "absolutely" want to bring back Plaxico! It's amazing to me for all the shit Dallas took for "bringing cancers into the locker room" (mainly from Giants fans) that now they are more than willing to bring back Plax! Like I said here teams will do whatever it takes to win, and should!

In closing I only have one other thing to say to Giants fans. "PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN GLASS HOUSES SHOULD NOT THROW STONES"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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8 Comments
  • BetAgainstMe

    The Giants dissapointed me, this week, but I’m still not sold on the Eagles

  • bags030404

    I would agree with you on the Eagles. They have a very tough road ahead of them. Is this weekends game a possible “let down” game for them?

  • Pierce34

    Notice how Mike D has gone into seclusion! Oh poor Elisha just when everyone wanted to get on their knees and juggle your balls you fall apart and look like the giant douche that you are. Feel the pain Giants fans!

  • Mike D

    Relax bitches! I am still here, just been buisy emailing both Al Davis(begging him to hire Gillbride)and Giants ownership(to put a roof on that new stadium)and I would still rather have Eli over Tony Chokmo every dayy of the week. Say what you want, you cant take away that magical Run Eli had last year winning 4 straight road playoff games and leading a 2 minute 4th QTR come back to beat the 18-0 Pats. You also cant take Back Romo choking in his three playoff Oppurtunities (Eagle game was bascially a playoff game). I also think it is sad that the only thing you assclowns have to be happy about is NYG not repeating as World champs. I guess your trying to deflect your embarasment of your beloved Cowgirls beong the Laughingstock of the NFL 3 years running.
    Dont get me wrong, I am PISSED about losing to the Egirls, BUT I understand you cant win it every year, especially when you loose your 2 best Defensive players(Osi/Strahan) and your 2 best offensive players (Plax/Shockey). A 12-4 finish and another NFC East Title is nothing to be ashamed of and I am still proud of my Team. (Something you Cowplop fans wouldnt understand)Fortunantly with 10 draft picks and the best GM in th NFL the Giants will be right back in the Thick of things.
    Meanwhile you guys have to deal with a clueless jackass at Head Coach whos never won a playoff game, A choke artist at QB who’s never won a big game, A declining crybaby at WR who only excels at throwing teamates under the bus, an aging Oline that falls apart at the end of every year and another WR that you gave up 3 picks for(what did he average like 3 catches per draft pick??). Oh I almost forgot your Terrible secondary and Meddling, Moraless Owner, who’s seen more face lifts(10?) then playoff wins(0) over the last 13 years!!!
    So basically you guys can look foward to Being Eli’s and The Giants Bitches for another few years at least.

  • bags030404

    Somebody is upset! Lighten up it is supposed to be fun!

  • Eagle Nut

    Great Blog. Philly is hot, but the G-men should have won that game. We can’t help it that Romo has the worst winters ever, but my advice to you cowpokes out there (Jerry, you had better be listening), GET RID OF THOSE EGOMANIACS IN YOUR LOCKER ROOM!!!!!!!!! They are all cancer for any team and belong either in Dertoit, Oakland, Kansas City, or jail. Get rid of them, draft some rookies to fill in those spots, and in a few years you’ll be in a better position to make the playoffs. Good luck to you guys. You’re gonna need it.

  • bags030404

    Thanks for the support! I agree a lot of moves need to be made!

  • BIGBLUE

    yeah the eagles are the best team ever…now all they have to do is beat the cardinals and their in…oops FLY EAGLES FLY

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Does James Hanna’s Retirement Make TE a Draft Priority?

Brian Martin

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Does James Hanna's Retirement Make TE a Draft Priority?

The Dallas Cowboys depth at the tight end position took a little bit of a hit this past Friday when James Hanna announced to the world that he planned on retiring. The Cowboys will now move him to the reserve/retired list, thus creating questions as to who will be Jason Witten's primary backup in 2018?

Before James Hanna's retirement announcement, it was rumored he could end up getting cut to get some salary-cap relief. The Cowboys fortunately didn't have to make that decision, but Hanna's retirement has the same impact on the salary-cap as it would have if it would've been released.

The downside of all of this is that the Dallas Cowboys now have to find out who will now become their backup tight end this season. This is definitely an important decision because Jason Witten is no longer the threat he once was, and his age could make him start becoming susceptible to injuries, although he has been an Iron Man the majority of his career.

I don't know about you, but there's really not anybody currently on the Cowboys roster who inspires a lot of confidence. Geoff Swaim will likely step into James Hanna's vacated role behind Jason Witten, but the depth behind him creates more questions than answers.

The Dallas Cowboys are supposedly pretty high on Blake Jarwin, but he will be entering his second year and hasn't really received a lot of playing time as of yet. Then, there is Rico Gathers, a fan favorite, who flashed his ability in preseason last year.

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Dallas Cowboys TE Rico Gathers

Gathers mere size and athletic ability makes him a mismatch against anybody who tries to cover him, but I just don't know how committed he is to his football career. He seems much more focused on trying to become a rapper than he does improving his craft. Hopefully, that's not the case and he can take the next step in his development.

The Dallas Cowboys current situation at the tight end position is a little depressing. In fact, I really think it's holding the Cowboys offense back and it's past time to do some upgrading.

Fortunately, there is an event happening this week that could improve the entire tight end position… the 2018 NFL Draft. If the Dallas Cowboys weren't planning on drafting a tight end before James Hanna's retirement, they should seriously consider it now.

Jason Witten isn't going to play forever and if he was to get injured, the Cowboys offense would seriously be in trouble. We all know he's not the player he once was, but he is still the best and most dependable option currently on the roster.

Unfortunately, we witnessed firsthand just how bad things can get when a starter goes down and the depth behind them isn't capable of stepping in and handling the job. That is why the Dallas Cowboys should have a better contingency plan in place if something were to happen to Witten.

The good news is that this year's TE draft class is pretty deep and the Dallas Cowboys should be able to take one to not only replace James Hanna, but hopefully become Witten's successor as well.

Should the Dallas Cowboys draft a tight end?


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Dallas Cowboys “All or Nothing” Series to Shed New Light on HC Jason Garrett

Sean Martin

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Dallas Cowboys "All or Nothing" Series to Shed New Light on HC Jason Garrett

You likely already know by now that the 2017 Dallas Cowboys season -- by all accounts, a forgettable one for fans, coaches, and big-name players -- will be documented forever thanks to NFL Films' latest All or Nothing series.

Effectively, All or Nothing is a new spin on the popular Hard Knocks series with one major difference. This Amazon Prime exclusive doesn't just follow a team through training camp, as NFL Films gets inside team meetings and games throughout the entire season.

The 2017 Cowboys yielded just nine wins, creating more than enough drama for television along the way. This was yet another season where Head Coach Jason Garrett's job was put on the line, although early reviews of All or Nothing (available to the public April 27th) paint Garrett as the lead antagonist.

Jon Machota on Twitter

Jason Garrett drops at least 10 f-bombs in the first show. Before the Broncos game in Week 2: "You want to quiet the game down? Hand the f---in' ball to 21 and knock their ass off the ball.

Watching the Titanic and expecting a different outcome is a surefire way to set yourself up for disappointment, as will be reliving a frustrating season in Dallas. By the end though, Cowboys fans will have a much better understanding of where the 2018 team stands - particularly in the eyes of a Head Coach they looked to fire once again this offseason.

Jason Garrett has long been described as a "players coach", one that his Cowboys teams want to fight for. Whether or not the Cowboys have gone too far in constantly churning their roster in Garrett's image for little end result will likely be determined this season.

This is a Head Coach that has been in place for the departure of DeMarcus Ware, Tony Romo (serving as a pivotal decision maker for the Cowboys choosing Dak Prescott as their full-time starter in 2016), and most recently Dez Bryant.

An added bonus to All or Nothing will likely be that it captures Dez Bryant's final moments with the Cowboys.

Jon Machota on Twitter

Garrett to Zeke at practice after Broncos loss: "I want that f---in guy at Ohio St. who was running down on that kickoff. Remember after you played your 2nd play in the NFL against the Seahawks, you came over to me and you said, 'Give me the f---in ball!'

The Cowboys did not just lose Ezekiel Elliott in 2017 (serving his six game suspension), and All or Nothing will remind every one of just how much talent came off the field for Garrett's team last season. Coming out at the same time as the Dallas hosted 2018 Draft, Cowboys fans can build their excitement for a 2018 triumph back to the playoffs.

Anything short of this likely costs Jason Garrett his job, although everything he means to the Dallas Cowboys will be put in better-than-ever perspective by All or Nothing.

David Helman on Twitter

I don't wanna spoil the "All or Nothing" TV show more than what you've already seen or heard. But if you watch it, you're going to get a great look at: 1. Jason Garrett's actual persona 2. The dynamics of Dez's relationship within the team 3.

Tell us what you think about "Dallas Cowboys “All or Nothing” Series to Shed New Light on HC Jason Garrett" in the comments below. You can also email me at Sean.Martin@InsideTheStar.com, or Tweet to me at @SeanMartinNFL!


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Cowboys en Español: Definiendo la Urgencia por un WR este NFL Draft

Mauricio Rodriguez

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Pre-Playoff 7-Round Dallas Cowboys Mock Draft
Andrew Dieb / USA TODAY Sports

El líder en recepciones de anotación en la historia de la franquicia más emblemática en la historia de los Dallas Cowboys, Dez Bryant, ha visto su tiempo portando la estrella solitaria llegar a su fin. Un fin, por cierto, que dejó a algunos cuantos aficionados, administrativos y jugadores en un estado de descontento.

Por más que me gustaría entrar a detalle de si el veterano receptor merecía ser recortado o no, si el equipo tomó la decisión correcta o no, el NFL Draft está a menos de una semana de distancia. Así que, en vez de hablar de lo que pudo haber sido, hablemos de lo que puede ser. 

Los Cowboys, a pesar de ser conocidos como una potencia ofensiva en las últimas temporadas, necesitan a un wide receiver. Sí, Dallas consiguió al agente libre de Jacksonville Allen Hurns, pero siendo honestos, no parece ser suficiente talento para un equipo que quiere construirle una ofensiva amigable a su quarterback, Dak Prescott.

Si el roster sólo tiene a Allen Hurns, Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley, Ryan Switzer, Noah Brown y Deonte Thompson; se necesita un WR. Incluso con Bryant en el equipo, se necesitaba un receptor. Lo cual lleva a la gran pregunta: ¿el despido de Dez significa que a los Cowboys les urge aún más un receptor? ¿Significa que definitivamente buscarán mejorar la posición con su selección de primera ronda?

Algo queda claro, la administración sabía lo que sucedería. Dez Bryant no estaba en los planes para el 2018 y claramente sus planes para abordar el NFL Draft no se verán cambiados por la partida del apasionado #88.

Estas estrategias se plantean por meses y más meses. Los Cowboys se han fijado mucho en la posición de receptor, desde que fue el NFL Combine hasta las visitas privadas que toman lugar a lo largo de Abril.

Es un hecho que tienen en la mira a los receptores. Claramente, quieren añadir más talento a la ofensiva para Dak Prescott.

En una clase de prospectos que cuenta con bastantes receptores, otra pregunta naturalmente, es ¿lo harán en primera ronda o más tarde? Me sorprendería demasiado si el equipo espera hasta la tercera ronda. Sin duda, es algo que tienen que atender con una de sus dos primeros picks.

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En el primero, la selección #19 global, podrían encontrar a uno de los tres mejores receptores del año. Calvin Ridley, de Alabama; Courtland Sutton, de SMU; DJ Moore, de Maryland. Si buscarán el "remplazo" de Dez Bryant en uno de estos tres jugadores, definitivamente será uno de estos tres prospectos.

Todos tienen lo suyo. Sutton es un receptor estilo "X" (como Dez Bryant) mientras Ridley, por ejemplo, es claramente un receptor "Z" (como Terrance Williams). DJ Moore brinda un poco de versatilidad entre ambos roles, y podría ser un jugador de impacto en cualquiera que se le juegue, aunque probablemente brillaría más si se le permitiera jugar como un "Z."

Afortunadamente para Dallas, el recién firmado Allen Hurns también es capaz de tomar cualquiera de los dos roles. Esto le da flexibilidad a los Cowboys de tomar al que más les guste, o en su defecto, a quien esté disponible.

En mi segundo Mock Draft del año, simulé a Courtland Sutton, producto de SMU a los Cowboys con el pick #19. Los coaches de la Estrella Solitaria han mostrado bastante interés por el producto local y no me sorprendería nada verlos aterrizar un receptor como él la próxima semana.

Ahora bien, si Dallas decide esperar hasta la segunda ronda para conseguir a un par de manos confiables, encontrarán talento. Definitivamente. James Washington, DJ Chark, Michael Gallup, Anthony Miller, entre otros podrían estar ahí en la selección #50 (segunda ronda).

Cowboys Draft: Should Cowboys Consider WR James Washington?

Oklahoma State WR James Washington (Rob Ferguson / USA TODAY Sports)

Si el equipo quiere tomar talento para otra posición en la primera, lo podrán hacer sabiendo que encontrarán un WR talentoso al día siguiente.

Afortunadamente, esta ofensiva se basa en Ezekiel Elliott y el juego terrestre detrás de la línea ofensiva. Los receptores son importantes, por supuesto, pero no es necesario tener algo tan dominante como lo fue Dez Bryant en el 2013 y el 2014, por ejemplo.

Por ahora, sólo falta esperar como abordan los Cowboys esta necesidad la próxima semana cuando el NFL Draft del 2018 tome lugar en el mismo lugar en el que este equipo juega sus partidos e intenta pelear, el AT&T Stadium.

Con un poco de suerte, estrenaran el campo este 2018 obteniendo su primer victoria del año la próxima semana.

Tell me what you think about "Cowboys en Español: Definiendo la Urgencia por un WR este NFL Draft" in the comments below, or tweet me @PepoR99 and let’s talk football! If you like football and are looking for a Dallas Cowboys show in Spanish, don’t miss my weekly Facebook Live! show, Primero Cowboys!


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