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The most overrated team in the NFL

Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by A-R-S:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
The Jets. They have a very good defense, but they have no offensive fire power (at least they didn't last year).

And about the Cowboys I guess the only way to get people to say they're not overrated is if they win it all. I'm fine with that. Ultimately winning it all is the only thing that matters.

I will say this though. Romo is the hardest worker on the team. Keith Brooking who has been around for a long time said he has never met a more dedicated player than Romo. Before the season started last year Romo used to get up early with Mike Jenkins (a sophomore corner at the time) and go over film with him. Jenkins was very inconsistent his rookie year, but made the Pro Bowl his second year. Romo is the ultimate team player.

Well enough about my Cowboys facts. I'm sure I've made you guys nauseated having to read all this .

Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards, Jerricho Cotchery, Dustin Keller, Shonn Greene, LT, Excellent O-Line, improving QB (Sanchez looked very good in the playoffs). Along with an excellent defense.

That is one talented team

On paper yes. Let's see how they play as a team though. I've seen the Redskins enough times to know things like this don't always work out.

Also, I'm still not sold on Sanchez. It was obvious they were protecting him last year by relying on Shonn Greene. They were able to do that though because of the o-line (which is the best in football IMO). Braylon Edwards is okay, but he's not amazing. I think Santonio Holmes benefitted from the talent of the Steelers, and won't look near as good as he did in Pittsburgh.

But with that defense they will always have a shot to beat anyone. We will see though, because football is the most complex sport out there, so you never know which team will be good and which team won't.

The Jets are a better version of us.

Yes. But I think you guys need one or two more good offseasons before you guys will be serious contenders.

no
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by A-R-S:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
The Jets. They have a very good defense, but they have no offensive fire power (at least they didn't last year).

And about the Cowboys I guess the only way to get people to say they're not overrated is if they win it all. I'm fine with that. Ultimately winning it all is the only thing that matters.

I will say this though. Romo is the hardest worker on the team. Keith Brooking who has been around for a long time said he has never met a more dedicated player than Romo. Before the season started last year Romo used to get up early with Mike Jenkins (a sophomore corner at the time) and go over film with him. Jenkins was very inconsistent his rookie year, but made the Pro Bowl his second year. Romo is the ultimate team player.

Well enough about my Cowboys facts. I'm sure I've made you guys nauseated having to read all this .

Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards, Jerricho Cotchery, Dustin Keller, Shonn Greene, LT, Excellent O-Line, improving QB (Sanchez looked very good in the playoffs). Along with an excellent defense.

That is one talented team

On paper yes. Let's see how they play as a team though. I've seen the Redskins enough times to know things like this don't always work out.

Also, I'm still not sold on Sanchez. It was obvious they were protecting him last year by relying on Shonn Greene. They were able to do that though because of the o-line (which is the best in football IMO). Braylon Edwards is okay, but he's not amazing. I think Santonio Holmes benefitted from the talent of the Steelers, and won't look near as good as he did in Pittsburgh.

But with that defense they will always have a shot to beat anyone. We will see though, because football is the most complex sport out there, so you never know which team will be good and which team won't.

The Jets are a better version of us.

Yes. But I think you guys need one or two more good offseasons before you guys will be serious contenders.

no

No to what?
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by A-R-S:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
The Jets. They have a very good defense, but they have no offensive fire power (at least they didn't last year).

And about the Cowboys I guess the only way to get people to say they're not overrated is if they win it all. I'm fine with that. Ultimately winning it all is the only thing that matters.

I will say this though. Romo is the hardest worker on the team. Keith Brooking who has been around for a long time said he has never met a more dedicated player than Romo. Before the season started last year Romo used to get up early with Mike Jenkins (a sophomore corner at the time) and go over film with him. Jenkins was very inconsistent his rookie year, but made the Pro Bowl his second year. Romo is the ultimate team player.

Well enough about my Cowboys facts. I'm sure I've made you guys nauseated having to read all this .

Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards, Jerricho Cotchery, Dustin Keller, Shonn Greene, LT, Excellent O-Line, improving QB (Sanchez looked very good in the playoffs). Along with an excellent defense.

That is one talented team

On paper yes. Let's see how they play as a team though. I've seen the Redskins enough times to know things like this don't always work out.

Also, I'm still not sold on Sanchez. It was obvious they were protecting him last year by relying on Shonn Greene. They were able to do that though because of the o-line (which is the best in football IMO). Braylon Edwards is okay, but he's not amazing. I think Santonio Holmes benefitted from the talent of the Steelers, and won't look near as good as he did in Pittsburgh.

But with that defense they will always have a shot to beat anyone. We will see though, because football is the most complex sport out there, so you never know which team will be good and which team won't.

The Jets are a better version of us.

Yes. But I think you guys need one or two more good offseasons before you guys will be serious contenders.

no

No to what?

to your so called prognostication
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by A-R-S:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
The Jets. They have a very good defense, but they have no offensive fire power (at least they didn't last year).

And about the Cowboys I guess the only way to get people to say they're not overrated is if they win it all. I'm fine with that. Ultimately winning it all is the only thing that matters.

I will say this though. Romo is the hardest worker on the team. Keith Brooking who has been around for a long time said he has never met a more dedicated player than Romo. Before the season started last year Romo used to get up early with Mike Jenkins (a sophomore corner at the time) and go over film with him. Jenkins was very inconsistent his rookie year, but made the Pro Bowl his second year. Romo is the ultimate team player.

Well enough about my Cowboys facts. I'm sure I've made you guys nauseated having to read all this .

Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards, Jerricho Cotchery, Dustin Keller, Shonn Greene, LT, Excellent O-Line, improving QB (Sanchez looked very good in the playoffs). Along with an excellent defense.

That is one talented team

On paper yes. Let's see how they play as a team though. I've seen the Redskins enough times to know things like this don't always work out.

Also, I'm still not sold on Sanchez. It was obvious they were protecting him last year by relying on Shonn Greene. They were able to do that though because of the o-line (which is the best in football IMO). Braylon Edwards is okay, but he's not amazing. I think Santonio Holmes benefitted from the talent of the Steelers, and won't look near as good as he did in Pittsburgh.

But with that defense they will always have a shot to beat anyone. We will see though, because football is the most complex sport out there, so you never know which team will be good and which team won't.

The Jets are a better version of us.

Yes. But I think you guys need one or two more good offseasons before you guys will be serious contenders.

no

No to what?

to your so called prognostication

You think you're ready to contend for a Super Bowl this year? Maybe you're right, but I still think you guys need 1-2 more good offseasons like you had this year (assuming your top 2-3 picks pan out). A lot of it will depend on whether Alex Smith can keep improving.
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by A-R-S:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by Homo4Romo:
The Jets. They have a very good defense, but they have no offensive fire power (at least they didn't last year).

And about the Cowboys I guess the only way to get people to say they're not overrated is if they win it all. I'm fine with that. Ultimately winning it all is the only thing that matters.

I will say this though. Romo is the hardest worker on the team. Keith Brooking who has been around for a long time said he has never met a more dedicated player than Romo. Before the season started last year Romo used to get up early with Mike Jenkins (a sophomore corner at the time) and go over film with him. Jenkins was very inconsistent his rookie year, but made the Pro Bowl his second year. Romo is the ultimate team player.

Well enough about my Cowboys facts. I'm sure I've made you guys nauseated having to read all this .

Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards, Jerricho Cotchery, Dustin Keller, Shonn Greene, LT, Excellent O-Line, improving QB (Sanchez looked very good in the playoffs). Along with an excellent defense.

That is one talented team

On paper yes. Let's see how they play as a team though. I've seen the Redskins enough times to know things like this don't always work out.

Also, I'm still not sold on Sanchez. It was obvious they were protecting him last year by relying on Shonn Greene. They were able to do that though because of the o-line (which is the best in football IMO). Braylon Edwards is okay, but he's not amazing. I think Santonio Holmes benefitted from the talent of the Steelers, and won't look near as good as he did in Pittsburgh.

But with that defense they will always have a shot to beat anyone. We will see though, because football is the most complex sport out there, so you never know which team will be good and which team won't.

The Jets are a better version of us.

Yes. But I think you guys need one or two more good offseasons before you guys will be serious contenders.

no

No to what?

to your so called prognostication

You think you're ready to contend for a Super Bowl this year? Maybe you're right, but I still think you guys need 1-2 more good offseasons like you had this year (assuming your top 2-3 picks pan out). A lot of it will depend on whether Alex Smith can keep improving.

playoffs yes, superbowl no.

-9fA
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:


playoffs yes, superbowl no.

-9fA

I agree with you guys making the playoffs. Especially with all the losses the Cardinals suffered this offseason. On top of that you added some new talent to your team and some of your young guys will be getting more experience.