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Garrett Wonder Boys

Posted on: November 19, 2010 7:24 pm
Edited on: November 20, 2010 10:21 pm
 
2010 started with promise (Super Bowl bound Boys)but finally marked the end of Wade Phillips and ushered in the dawn of the "Boy Wonder" Jason Garrett.  A frustrating and forgettable season full of underperformance and worst of all Tony Romo injury did take a turn for the better with last Sunday's win against divisional foe the New York Football Giants.  Garrett looked like a genius (thanks to Jimmy Johnson advice) notching his first win as head coach.  Jon Kitna looked good throwing for over 300 yards and a couple of scores to Miles Austin and rookie sensation Dez Bryant.  Bryant has been a very bright spot for the Boys in the punt return game and 2nd receiver position, earning with each play the answer to the reason that Jerry Jones picked him number 1.  I looking forward to the Boys finishing strong although Detriot Lions Defensive line can causse trouble.  Kitna going to need to utilize all his weapons; Felix Jones in the passing game Austin, Bryant, Roy L. Williams and Jason Witten.  As the Cowboys face a short week facing the Detriot Lions and New Orlean Saints.  Can the Garrett Wonder Boys finish strong in November?     

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Since: Aug 10, 2009
Posted on: November 22, 2010 1:01 am
 

Garrett Wonder Boys

The Boys got another win vs. Detroit and even better, their first win at home. The Saints will be a tough matchup for the Boys with the secondary being banged up, but if the D-line can get enough pressure on Brees they will have a good chance to come away with another win. I will say the Boys get that win vs. the Saints and finish strong in November.  As far as the rest of the season goes, I think the Boys will be the team that plays the spoiler and knock some teams out of the playoffs.  I am looking forward to seeing the Cowboys continue to show some heart and end the season above 500.  I know their schedule is tough the rest of the way, but if they continue to play like they have over the last 2 weeks, they should be able to get over 500 as well as regaining some of the respect they lost at the beginning of this season.  No matter what, I have and will alway support my Cowboys win or lose. Go Cowboys.


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