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May 26, 2009

Are the Cowboys better now that all the so called whiners, complainers and malcontents are gone?

Greg Ellis has been told to stay away from the Cowboys practice and has been given permission to seek a trade. Pacman is gone, Tank Johnson is gone. S Roy Williams is gone. And Terrell Owens is gone. There will be less headaches at Valley Ranch but can you really say the Cowboys are more talented than they were at the end of the season. More importantly, will they be a better football team next season. You tell me.

Clarence E. Hill Jr.


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Well From what I have seen last year, with the players that the cowboys had I was looking at every hope that the cowboys was going to the playoffs. But I was thinking about one thing, Why is Dallas think they could be good and can't be in the playoffs when they have players that can keep there mouths shut when they are playing, Let me say one more thing here. Everytime each team in the NFL thinks about the playoffs and the BIG GAME at the end of the season. Each team better think about each game and not what is at the end of the season. If you play each week and you as a player gets hurt that put you and your team worst then when you started training camp. What I am saying here don't look at the playoffs games just look at each game that you need to win.

The 2009 version of the Dallas Cowboys is not one bit better until they win a playoff game.

I will answer your question with a question. Were the Steelers, Eagles, and Cardinals more "talented" than the Cowboys last year?

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