Monday, December 18, 2006

Nibbling on Crow but Staying the Course

Well, well. Looks like we played like a motivated team yesterday. I was dead wrong in my prediction, for this week at least. The players care after all! But do the fans?? Most probably are still watching with one eye. Me? Well, I didn't even bother watching the game - I was sure that it was going to be disappointing. Plus, I needed a week off. So, I can't provide any real commentary on the game. Looking at the stats however, I'm glad that Big Red stayed with a balanced attack. The Brook didn't get 20 carries, but close. It seems that the more the Brook handles the ball, the better he gets. Even Buck contributed. Rumor has it that Reno almost broke one for a TD...and was subsequently caught from behind. We haven't run one back since 2001, I believe. And it ain't happening with ol' Stubby Legs returning kicks. Props to Reno though on 60 yard effort.

Apparently, the Giants are not as good as I thought they were. Now the big question - Is Dallas? Yes, I still say that they are. I sound like a broken record, but I just don't see us winning a third straight division road game. Not this team at least. They've played pretty well the last 3 games, but we're going to lose big next weekend. I'm sticking with my prior prediction: 41-20. It pains me to say it, believe me, but Dallas is looking way to good at this point for us to even have a chance at winning. However, seems like we can still make the playoffs since everyone else in the NFC sucks like we that's something to be mildly interested in.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Crow Crow!


12/18/2006 12:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


(One legged jig in full effect... sweat beading on brow!)


12/18/2006 12:31 PM  
Blogger Paulomon Grundy said...

Flamer! And I mean that in all senses of the word.

12/18/2006 12:55 PM  
Blogger J Dubs said...

still too emotionally drained to post...

12/18/2006 12:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Flame on!" (said with a Garthiaesque twang!)


12/18/2006 3:26 PM  

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