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November 25, 2010

Not a snap

Jon Kitna fumbled two snaps, though he recovered both.

Kitna was in the shotgun on a third-down play on the Cowboys’ second series of the game, and it appeared he wasn’t ready for the ball. It resulted in a 17-yard loss. The second one came two series later, with the Cowboys at the New Orleans 9. Kitna was under center Andre Gurode but bobbed the snap coming out. He fell on it for a 2-yard loss.

“Just kind of one of those things,” Kitna said. “You play a lot of plays. Sometimes that stuff happens. On the other one, again, sometimes there’s problems that happen. A guy gets sweaty, or you’ve got your hands too far under or whatever. It’s unfortunate that it happened, but it did."

-- Charean Williams

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No road is long with good company

This is part of the problem......he is content in that he feels he is "doing his job". Anthony, Look in the mirror, shave that silly beard off your face and tell yourself that just maybe, your teammates and coaches want and expect you to be more then "just a guy"! Time to step it up son!!

This is part of the problem......he is content in that he feels he is "doing his job". Anthony, Look in the mirror, shave that silly beard off your face and tell yourself that just maybe, your teammates and coaches want and expect you to be more then "just a guy"! Time to step it up son!!

You both are veteran players who practice together now and just one of those things that happens twice in one game is un acceptable and I hope coach Garrett will hold both of you accountable for it.

Just kind of one of those things,” Kitna said

Memo to Center Gurode and QB Kitna Just one of those things can cost games. You both are veteran players who practice together now and just one of those things that happens twice in one game is un acceptable and I hope coach Garrett will hold both of you accountable for it.

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