State of the Cowboys – Mo Claiborne – Jun 27

Mo Claiborne talks about meeting up with Mike Jenkins…

Business. Exactly. Mike Jenkins should have showed up this Spring so the Cowboys could rehab his shoulder at Valley Ranch because it was a smart business decision. Instead he played around in Florida and will now start Training Camp on the PUP list.

Faulk showing a little Cowboy love in there.

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One Response to State of the Cowboys – Mo Claiborne – Jun 27

  1. The Soothsayer says:

    A playoff game? A playoff game. That’s not good enough. In Dallas, we don’t think about wild card wins. We think about championships.

    If these Cowboys don’t advance to at least the NFC championship or the Super Bowl, you’re damn right they’ll be considered a failure. And deservedly so.

    Look, you want to know why Craig Morton and Danny White never won a Super Bowl? Because they were robots. They ran the play that was called from the sidelines. Staubach didn’t. He was in the game. He looked around the huddle and said, this is what we’re going to do. They don’t call him Captain Comeback for nothing. He bailed out Tom Landry more times than most fans want to admit. And the only two Super Bowls that Landry won were with Staubach, changing the plays in the huddle.

    I don’t know if Romo is capable of that. He hasn’t shown it yet. He’s a good quarterback, puts up astounding numbers, but until he takes over the huddle, ignores the play call from the sidelines, and wins the game, he’ll always be considered a loser, like Morton and White. That’s just the way it is.

    And another thing, I’m tired of these reporters and commentators talking about Romo and Ware, as if two men were the whole of the Dallas offense and defense. There are 51 other men who need to be held accountable. If the Cowboys don’t win, it won’t be because of the quarterback and the outside linebacker. It will be because the rest of the team didn’t play up to their level.

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