Jones is destroyed here, with this money quote:
It’s not about reality for (the Cowboys). It’s really all about what you think and what you say. Jerry thinks Asomugha wanted to be a Cowboy, so he did. Jerry says the team was active in free agency, so they were.
Last year, the Cowboys were the oldest OL in the NFL. This year, if David Arkin is able to beat out Montrae Holland for the starting job, they’ll have two rookie OL starters, which is not ideal. If Holland wins out, their depth will have a grand total of 109 career snaps. I thought the Cowboys OL looked pretty good in their first test against Denver a few days ago, but as currently constructed, this OL is likely going to struggle mightily this year. I do think, however, that the Cowboys are at least on the right track to fixing an OL that got way too old and over the hill. They’ll need to continue to the commitment to get younger and better there going forward.
He better hurry up, because Tim Hightower looked pretty good in the Skins’ first preseason game.
Kevin Kevin Kevin (shaking head)… Awards for a preseason game? I can understand that the opportunity to celebrate wins this season may be few and far between so you may as well spike the football any chance you get… but come on, man! 🙂
And yes, the smiley face guy at the end of that comment means I’m immune to any return barbs. In all fairness, I caught a little of the game on the NFLN replay (although I was with company), and the Skins offense really looked great from what I could see. It really did. I have it DVR’d and hope to take a closer look today.
DeSeeeeaaaannnn… NO! Shhhhh! That’s not the Eagles’ official message on this!
He may not be up on the Eagles’ PR talking points, but he lit it up in his first practice back on Saturday (which I did not attend).
One-sided doom and gloom look at the 2011 New York Giants from an Eagles fan perspective, kinda like this one about the Eagles, except factual (or least opinionated based on facts). Kyle isn’t very forthcoming about what’s right about the Giants, but I can’t find much I disagree with in his criticisms.
Wow, h/t to Jason at BGN for the find here. This thing is replete with conspiracy theory comedy. I think I may have my take on the Giants handling (or mishandling) of the Steve Smith negotiations at some point here.