Wow, what an impressive win over the New England Patriots. Dallas is the toughest game left (at N.O.) in regular season.
Only Minnesota in the NFC has a chance where I can see......but if Superbowl? Indy? 2 undefeated teams? It is now time to ask what if!
They might drop a game, but they are far and away the best team in the league. Any doubt I had is gone.
Saints are awesome. I only see Minnesota as a stumblingblock for this team. Have to admit I was surprised at how they dominated New England.
If the Saints get home field advantage its OVER for the rest of the league.
They can be beat on the road though, their offensive tackles have trouble with crowd noise and picking up the snap count... thats why they give up so many sacks on the road.
They sure look good though!
Saints/Vikes is going to get a ton of viewers. I bet the Nielsen rating is going to be at least a 10.
won't be a good game, Saints won't have anything for the Vikings. If they struggled against the Skins they've got an upward hill to climb.
I'm sour that that game against the Skins came down to a kicker, because it simply did. The Saints pulled through with no thanks to their offense, truly a thrown game by ONE player.
As far as NO and Minn, don't think NO will get past their divisional round when a wild card Dallas or Philly meets them. There won't be a NO/Minn game, more like a Minn/Dallas or Philly game.
I wouldn't put a lot of weight into a let down game on a short week, nor would I be particularly shocked if the Vikings are out before the conference championship.
either way, it's not going to be a story line type of NFC championship game as far as those two teams meeting. One will get knocked out before that game.
I'm not expecting a lot from the Cards defense, but I want to see what Warner does against Minn.'s backfield.
It is "Officially" December now. The Cow "choke" boys are in mode now. Romo did have a good game, but the defense was totally awful! This was not Romo's fault this time in Dec.
ESPN has a question posted, "Do you think Dallas will win any of their remaining games?"
With the Redskins, Eagles, Chargers and Saints remaining I honestly can see the Cowboys losing out.
I was really crushed (and still trying to get over) by my Redskins loss today, but we are a team who plays with character and really looking to spoil someone's fun. With that said, the "easiest" game on the Cowboy's remaining schedule (the Redskins)could very well be as tough or if not tougher than the rest of the teams. Dallas will have to play superb football these remaining 4 games or they can easily fall to 8-8 on the season.
The Eagles might not want to risk getting their starters injured in a meaningless game.
Dallas....might not win another game!!! Just saw at the halftime of Ari/Minn game...Romo "took a Vegas trip" after thanksgiving game because he needed the trip! Even commentators said they saw problem with this with Romo and Dallas knowing the December issues for the team. Guess partying means more to Romo than winning for the team!
by Michael Willis 9 years ago
Guaranteed to throw the ball to your players. Especially at inappropiate times of a game. Ooops...forgot...that is when the player is for the OTHER team! lol
by alexandriaruthk 5 years ago
Is Romo the real problem of Dallas Cowboys or is it Jerry Jones, or both? Are we expecting too much?December this season is pretty good for Romo in terms of numbers, but when it is time to deliver and win, he failed again.
by matsplat15 8 years ago
should the dallas cowboys keep romo after three stright years of choking in the playoffs
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
Today is the day for the AFC Championship Game and the NFC Championship Games. The winner advances to Superbowl XLIV.Game #1- NY Jets @ Indianapolis ColtsGame #2- Minnesota Vikings @ New Orleans SaintsThere has been a lot of attention in the media this year surrounding the playoffs. Brett Favre, NY...
by Jane@CM 8 years ago
I thought they should have their own forum thread.They are on fire!!
by Shari 8 years ago
Arizona (11-6) won, 51-45, in overtime at home against the Packers in the wild-card round. New Orleans (13-3) is the No. 1 seed after winning the NFC South.Series record: Cardinals lead, 13-12. These teams have never met in the playoffs.Streaks: The Saints lost three straight games to close the...
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