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November 27, 2008

Postgame quotables, Terrell Owens version

Here's what Terrell Owens had to say after finishing with 5 catches for 98 yards and a touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday:

... I think we are improving. We are getting better week to week, and obviously it shows what we can do if we put our minds to it and our capabilities.

... (Romo) is getting there. If you ask him, I think he would say he is not 100-percent. But he is getting there and I think he is ready to come out of that split, but he is doing a great job. The front line gives him time, and when there is a break loose every now and then, he will move around and make plays with his feet as well as his eyes and arms. So he is doing a great job.

... I think everyone knows the importance of these last games down the stretch, and if someone needs to say something -- whether it's a captain or whoever -- they will speak up. But I think everyone knows the importance of the games, and there is really not a whole lot to be said, except just go out there and play.

... I think everyone knows the importance of the game, and knowing that we need to win out in order to get to the playoffs. And I think once we get to the playoffs, it's any man's game up until that point. But we can't look into the playoffs already. We have to win these stretch few game we have left.


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comments were right on. but, 81 you have 1pass in the last two games where you tried to run before you had the ball. the slant in the seattle game was a touchdown if u caught it. still great 2 games, keep it up

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