The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, The Dallas Cowboys

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, The Dallas Cowboys

By Thomas Brunt ON SEP 29, 11:31P , Sports-Editor for the Hawk Newspaper:

What Happened to the Dallas Cowboys that went into East Rutherford, who soundly defeated the Defending World Champion New York Giants in Week 1?

— In Week two, we had the sloppy Cowboys show up in Seattle, losing 27-7, than in week 3, while getting a victory, their offense wasn’t as impressive as it could have been as they only had flashes of greatness, winning 16-10 vs, theTampa Bay Buccaneers. Week 4 features another home-game on Monday Night vs.Chicago, the last-home game before starting another two game road trip for the Cowboys.

— Chicago, much like Dallas’s offensive line isn’t their number one strength, both defenses are solid, both quarterbacks are Pro-Bowl worthy, so if you look at that way, on paper the two would seemingly match up equally together, because they are playing at home in Jerry-World, some might give them an advantage due to that fact alone, but crowds, (yes, home-crowds, too) can’t win you the game, as they can only give you self-confidence momentum boosters throughout the game, and with 80,000 +, sometimes, that’s all it takes. Chicago Bears quarterback, Jay Cutler, will have to watch out for the Cowboy defense, as DeMarcus Ware could have a standout game, taking advantage of one of the league’s more vulnerable Offensive-line’s in Chicago, and if Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo can have a solid field-day, with an effective Dallas running-game, this one should be a Dallas victory, but you don’t win with “If”s” in Sports, especially in Pro Football, which leads to the next point.
That’s the case for Week Two’s trash game at Seattle, after the impressive road victory in week one at the Giants, it was all about “If”s”, and the part where you have actually have to make the things happen in Pro Sports is what bit the Cowboy’s in the butt in a nasty week two game, that should stopped being talked about in this column, now. If the Cowboys squeeze out another ugly victory, this time vs. the Bears, it could be another one of those year’s for Dallas, you know, those years, all over again.

Thomas Brunt is the sports-editor for his High School paper: “The Hawk”

Follow Thomas on Twitter: @SPORTSDUDE350

Send him you’re Dallas Cowboys Mailbag Questions so that he can use them for a potential Cowboys Mailbag column on here: thesportsguy.brunt2@gmail.com     (Thomas Brunt also contributes to SBNation’s Fan-Post blog: “Blogging The Boys”).

 

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, The Dallas Cowboys

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, The Dallas Cowboys

By Thomas Brunt ON SEP 29, 11:31P , Sports-Editor for the Hawk Newspaper:

What Happened to the Dallas Cowboys that went into East Rutherford, who soundly defeated the Defending World Champion New York Giants in Week 1?

— In Week two, we had the sloppy Cowboys show up in Seattle, losing 27-7, than in week 3, while getting a victory, their offense wasn’t as impressive as it could have been as they only had flashes of greatness, winning 16-10 vs, theTampa Bay Buccaneers. Week 4 features another home-game on Monday Night vs.Chicago, the last-home game before starting another two game road trip for the Cowboys.

— Chicago, much like Dallas’s offensive line isn’t their number one strength, both defenses are solid, both quarterbacks are Pro-Bowl worthy, so if you look at that way, on paper the two would seemingly match up equally together, because they are playing at home in Jerry-World, some might give them an advantage due to that fact alone, but crowds, (yes, home-crowds, too) can’t win you the game, as they can only give you self-confidence momentum boosters throughout the game, and with 80,000 +, sometimes, that’s all it takes. Chicago Bears quarterback, Jay Cutler, will have to watch out for the Cowboy defense, as DeMarcus Ware could have a standout game, taking advantage of one of the league’s more vulnerable Offensive-line’s in Chicago, and if Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo can have a solid field-day, with an effective Dallas running-game, this one should be a Dallas victory, but you don’t win with “If”s” in Sports, especially in Pro Football, which leads to the next point.
That’s the case for Week Two’s trash game at Seattle, after the impressive road victory in week one at the Giants, it was all about “If”s”, and the part where you have actually have to make the things happen in Pro Sports is what bit the Cowboy’s in the butt in a nasty week two game, that should stopped being talked about in this column, now. If the Cowboys squeeze out another ugly victory, this time vs. the Bears, it could be another one of those year’s for Dallas, you know, those years, all over again.

 

Thomas Brunt is the sports-editor for his High School paper: “The Hawk”

Follow Thomas on Twitter: @SPORTSDUDE350

Send him you’re Dallas Cowboys Mailbag Questions so that he can use them for a potential Cowboys Mailbag column on here: thesportsguy.brunt2@gmail.com     (Thomas Brunt also contributes to SBNation’s Fan-Post blog: “Blogging The Boys”).

 

Birdville has yet to be tested in district play.. (BLOG-POST)

After Three Games of District Play, the Birdville Hawks have won all three, dominating every-one, including non-district opponents (such as: Arlington Heights, and Richland).        Birdville’s district wins this season include final scores of: (37-14 at Boswell High School), (42-17 vs. Dunbar High School), and (59-21 at Carter Riverside high school).    —  The Hawk’s next big game district game is vs. North Side High School, next-Thursday night at the Birdville Fine Arts Athletics Complex, which should just be another cake-walk for the Hawks.   — Birdville though, might finally have  a test in Saginaw High School, who plays on the road at the FAAC in three weeks as of press-time.

Thomas Brunt is the sports-editor for the “Hawk” newspaper at his school, Birdville High School  

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Take on A Couple of NFL related Topic This Morning

 Thomas Brunt’s take on a couple of NFL related topics   I may or may not update this post with more of my opinions on other NFL related topics: 

Jason Witten is insane for playing in the NFL with an injured spleen: 

The only thing I know about this for sure, is that I wouldn’t be doing this, if I was him.  The guy is now, more than ever really sacrificing his body every Sunday, it’s serious, now more than ever at this point, so far, though for Witten, every-time he’s taken a hit, he’s been fine.       — Some people say they think he’s getting to old, that’s not true.  He can still  run, he can still cut up, past his defenders, and attempt to make the catch, on the timed route, so no,  I certainly  don’t think he’s getting to old, so in short, it’s just his spleen, I hope that he is O.K, and doesn’t get  hurt worse than he is.     — One last-thing on this: I can’t quite locate Witten’s logic to play here, but he’s a warrior, and that’s definitely what makes him one,  I for sure have a great amount of respect for him here.

 

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The Refs Are Back:  Which means there will still be bad calls, they aren’t perfect, but they are, at least the qualified guys to make a bad-call, when they will make them, and trust me, they will, the job that they have is impossible, yet they do it, that says a lot about them.   ( And yes, I do believe that Monday Night’s controversial call pushed them to make a comeback to take over  the replacement guys).

Thursday Night Football Prediction:   Browns at Ravens:  Baltimore is probably a very tough place to play on the road.  — And the Browns, well they’re the ones that have to play in Baltimore.   — Have to go with Baltimore here.

FINAL SCORE Prediction: Ravens: 33, Browns: 14.

 

 

Thomas Brunt is the  Sports-Editor for his school-paper: “The Hawk”  and  he goes to Birdville High School, as a Sophomore.

 

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— The Replacement Referees not only cheated the Seeahawks on Monday Night’s game, but they also technically cheated  the Seattle Seeahawks out of doing their own personal best, when they made the controversial call that everyone is talking about now.   —  Hear me out here, and things will start to make sense, or not, either way I’ll attempt to explain my opinion in this post.   — With that call being made, Seattle doesn’t realize it,  but whether players on the team like it or not, it’s true, Seattle got cheated in the sense that they needed an extra-call to give them the win,  which proves that they couldn’t beat Green Bay for sure, without help, that is how, Seattle also got cheated, as well.

 

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UPDATE:  The Referees that were locked out, are now back in, and the league’s credibility has been gained back.    — So, the Referees get what they want (their money), but the Packers still get screwed, call me Skip Bayless, but this all seems like the work of the WWE, to me.

— This report on the referees should come as good-news to Packer fans.   — Obviously, the  normal referees will make some mistakes, and or bad calls, but hey, like the replacement referees, they’re human.  — But there is just absolutely no excuse for what happened on Monday Night Football, which is most likely what got the normal referee union to put a deal together, as I type this:  Another update, courtesy of ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter who has just now reported there will indeed be a regular referee union working Thursday’s night’s game between the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns.

 

Thomas Brunt is  the sports-editor for his school-newspaper: “The Hawk” he goes to Birdville High School

Twitter: @SPORTSDUDE350 

Email: thesportsguy.brunt@gmail.com 

Blog Post: Green-Bay isn’t the only one who got cheated..

By Sports-Blogumnist, Thomas Brunt: 

The Replacement referees insulted all of us Football fans, yes, even you Seahawk fans, whom have been blinded by these replacement refs, on Monday Night’s Nationally Telivised football game.   — For the record, I got that from former Seahawks and Ravens quarterback Trent Dilfer, now a current NFL analyst on ESPN, but what Dilfer said is true, not some random crud.  —To add to the other sentence: It’s true, even to Seattle Seahawk fans, who are probably (95% of them, happy with the call at the end).   Seattle fans are blinded, and there is absolutely nothing anyone can do about it, to unbind them, and make them realize that those two men in black and white stripes insulted their very intelligence of the game.  — Unless if there is a fan that can see, and isn’t blinded, unlike the majority of the population, I  hope that someone is mature (sports-fan mature) enough to see out of their own eye-sockets of their fan eye-balls.    — Seattle fans, you have been insulted, but you don’t care, but in the process of  the Packers getting cheated, Seattle got cheated, as well.

 

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Thomas Brunt is an aspiring  sports-writer 

Twitter: @SPORTSDUDE350   Email: thesportsguy.brunt2@gmail.com

Take on Controversial Call on MNF

The Seeahawks got away with a crime, and the Packers got convicted on Monday Night. — One of the most infamy calls in league history costed Green-Bay the game on the road in Seattle.
— It’s bad, it really is, and there is reason to worry,   — I don’t care if it’s only three games into the season, sure it doesn’t hold any playoff implications, but that’s exactly the thing that could end happening later on in the season, that is if a deal to bring back the regular referees back doesn’t ever take place this season.  But as Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! Sports.com reminds us, it is the owners that are locking out the regular refs. —  While the replacement referees made the call, the owners started this mess in the first place, so go blame all owners in the NFL,  if they hadn’t started anything, everything would be okay,  late-night’s call to end the game would have been called the right-way, but it wasn’t, and it all starts with the owners.
I mean why shouldn’t they be blamed?   — Go ahead, and blame the replacement referees all you want because they made that call.  — That’s not who and or what you should be pointing your finger at though.  Nope, blame money, it’s what’s keeping the regular referees away, or blame the two guys that called what they did last-night, go ahead, I can see the reasoning in that, still doesn’t change my view.    — Blame Greed, it’s what’s keeping the higher paid men in Zebra uniforms that are  doing this.   Blame Roger Goodell, he’s the one that the owners are behind, so… wait a minute.. he has to have the owners behind him on this?  — It all goes back to the owners, in the first place.
So whatever you do, just don’t blame the replacement referees, the owners are what brought them here, in the first place, doesn’t that prove my opinion all the more?
Thomas Brunt is an aspiring sports-writer
Twitter: @SPORTSDUDE350