Lions vs Dallas - 2007 - Week 14 Game Thread

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  1. OLD SKOOL HQ

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    I'd be mad , but this team is just so freekin' hilarious!!:pound::pound::pound:"Just when I try to get out.....THEY PULL ME BACK in!!!!"
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    Troy Aikman made a good point about the kick offs: why not just kick it out of bounds and save everyone the wear and tear?

    Sadly, that would have been a better strategy.

    Too bad Kitna isn't 28 years old. He really played well.
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    This was a game that you knew the Lions would lose, but you kept hoping or wondering/praying if they could pull it out?? Especially when the refs ignore the call pass interference on Dallas CB Roy Williams. I said dang, the refs protecting the Cowboys and Patriots from losing. Winners get all the calls.

    The key plays IMO other than the one above were when the Lions had to settle for a FG on the second score when Kitna tried to throw a TD pass on second down and he could have just kept the ball and run up the middle for a 2 yard TD run.

    The MISS FG by Hanson was huge and of course when Lenon did not recover the fumble and kicked it instead of falling on it......if you can't fall on it then kick it 40 yards.....

    Romo fed so many passes to the his roommate you'd think they had were talking to each other on a transmitter. I mean even homer Troy Aikman commented that the Lions should just assign a linebacker to the TE, but nooo and he scores the winning TD.

    Poor Kitna...you would have thought he had a bet with Pete Rose that the lions would win ten games as he was the most emotional guy out there. Good QB, but the defense failed the team in the end allowing the guys to get out of bounds on nearly every completed pass in Romo's under 2 minute offense. Arizona lost, so there is still a chance ..but they got to play defense just a little better than they did today and keep mixing up the run and pass on the offense.
  4. jammertime

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    Dre, I agree with everything in your post except for this part.

    This is the LIONS we're talking about. There is no hope. On the entrance to the Lions' locker room there's a quote:

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    Abandon hope all ye who enter here
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    Abandon hope all ye who enter here
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    Maybe a couple of Pistons fans can move that sign to the Celtics locker room entrance.

    :hoops:
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    Told you the Lions could run the ball. But going deep on 3rd and 1.
    That'll put a hole in your foot. Snake bit, sounds right.
    Who wants some LT over easy? it could happen. They aut to be pissed enough.
    I hear Rogers has a bad knee. He aint faking it.
  7. jammertime

    jammertime Starter 1x Fantasy Champion Forum Donor

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    Yeah, I suppose my knees would hurt too if I was 380 pounds.

    Rogers doesn't get any sympathy from me. He's lazy and always has been.
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    He wasn't lazy when he was rejecting kicks and punts.
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    Well now I have seen it all.

    I have never seen a ball carrier take a voluntary tank at the 1 yard line rather than waltz in for the touchdown.

    I think Westbrook has lost it.

    :hoops:

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