Sunday, October 19, 2008

Bring out the Cowboys Cheerleaders

The Counselor is IN:

After watching the Dallas Cowboys lose the last two weeks, I had a few thoughts about America's Team. My first thought is that the offensive and defensive lines look like a bunch of girls out there. They should change their uniforms to have a skirt. They were pushed around by the Arizona Cardinals and the St. Louis Rams. Is this the team with 13 returning Pro Bowlers from last year? At this rate, none of them will be going to Hawaii unless they go as a team during the playoffs since they are trying not to make the playoffs.

The offensive line could not protect either Romo or Brad Johnson. Romo was put on his butt over 20 times against Arizona and a broken pinkie. This week they could not protect the statuesque Johnson. It is important to remember that you have to give the QB time to throw the ball so T.O. can catch the ball.

On the other side of the ball, the 'Girls, I mean 'Boys, could not stop the run. This week they let the talented Steven Jackson run all over them. The problem is that the Rams have a piecemeal offensive line. There is no reason that Jackson should have been able to run for 100 yards let alone 160.

Then there are the issues in the secondary. I understand that the injury to Newman is devastating. I know that they are even missing the erratic play of 80's Arcade Standard. But could someone please cover the Rams rookie Avery?

I originally was going to suggest that the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders should replace the Boys on the field because they at least would look hot while giving away the game. But then I thought twice about it. The Cheerleaders have a lot of heart. They are willing to try to encourage the fans no matter the score. They come to do their jobs every home game no matter what the score is. I checked the Boys and I did not see much heart. I think the Cheerleaders could have beaten the Rams this week with their heart. It is too bad the Boys are not playing with half the heart of their Cheerleaders.

The Counselor is OUT:

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