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Posted: 11/1/2012 4:33:54 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MoneySRH:

oh my god you're such a square, it's pathetic when i read garbage like that. find another hobby cuz sports isn't it.

Hey dummeh #3 where's your facts? The only thing that's pathetic on here is your skill to stand on the sidelines cheer leading for the cowgirls! So step off dummeh and stat your facts otherwise F$&@ OFF!!! 
By the way, before I forget, go and walk the streets dummeh and go get daddy his paper! Cause that's the only hobby you're good at!!!!
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Posted: 11/1/2012 4:35:58 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MoneySRH:

I see the angle people are betting on.

@NYG… Dallas dominates
@ SEA… Dallas goes down 10 nothing in the first minute of the game, cuz of fumbles, and special teams
Vs TB… Dallas defense wins the game
Vs CHI… 3 tipped balls for INT, a reach around sack INT, and a forced throw for INT in the 4th quarter down by 17.
@ BAL… Dallas dominates the game, but loses because of Garrett in the final seconds, and missed FG
VS CAR… Dallas gets an ugly win
VS NYG… Dez runs wrong rout = INT, Austin goes inside, but rout was designed to the outside = INT, Dez fumbles, Garrett calls screen in the direction of Jason- Pierre-Paul’s 6' 5 ft tall / 7 ft wing span with a 30 inch vertical, and Tyron smith lets JPP’s giant behind run free = INT for a TD, Felix fumbles, all receivers are covered and the line collapses with Romo back pedaling 15 yards, and throws the ball up for Witten in a prayer = INT.

Don’t let Dallas’s 3-4 record fool you, and the squares/media’s bullshit perception of Romo fool you, cuz they should actually be 6-1.

It comes down to the running game. If the two inexperienced nobody's Tanner and Dunbar can magically show up for the first time in their careers... they could win.

This is loads of crap!!! Find something better like the Atlanta falcons who's undefeated!!!!
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Posted: 11/1/2012 10:27:57 PM
Cowboys ain't 6-1 and they will be one more loss towards not being in the playoffs after they blow a lead and let the Falcons come back to cover the 4 points
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Posted: 11/2/2012 11:18:37 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ATLiens007:


This is loads of crap!!! Find something better like the Atlanta falcons who's undefeated!!!!
Loads of crap? Dummeh? Find something better like the Atlanta falcons who's undefeated?

Listen kid or woman or whatever the darn you are? Is any of the complete bullshit you said even friggin english?

Loads of crap? Everything you said is a load of crap. What I did was call you out, on all the bullshit you posted, took you across my knee, and broke it down for you girl to understand what’s happened this season.

What’s killing the cowboys this season isn’t Romo you stupid darn. It’s Jerry Jones, Dez Bryant, Felix Jones, penalties, fumbles, injuries, offensive line troubles, and of course, the biggest problem of them all, Jason Garrett’s inability to coach.

You can’t just say “ Romo leads the NFL with 13 INT’s” and ignore the fact that 8 of them aren’t his fault and 2 of them are situational, because he had to throw it up for grabs out of desperation. That means he has actually only thrown 3 real interceptions this season.

If Murray, Lee, and Costa were playing I would be all over Dallas, but since they are not playing. I even think Atlanta is the right side to bet on in this game. I just had to call you out on the bullshit you are spewing.
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Posted: 11/2/2012 4:01:45 PM
This number is so small that its scary.  Sometimes you need to ask yourself, "Is Vegas trying to play mind games with us???"  Why would a 7-0 team be laying only 4 at home against a 3-4 team?   Would this game be -1 if it was being played on a neutral field?   

Was Tony Gonzalez's comments in the USA Today a message to Vegas that the line is too small and Atlanta gets no respect?   

I think so.  I like Atlanta at home here given the national audience and that Matt Ryan sports a career record of 29-4 in the comfy confines of the Georgia Dome!!  Dallas could certainly cover....and they could also drop passes, make stupid penalties, and turn the ball over 4 times.   Get a new coach Jerry Jones!!  Jason Garrett would be a great offensive coordinator, but he doesn't instill discipline, nor does he command the respect of his players.  He is simply too damn soft, and allows his team to make the same repetitive, self-inflicted mistakes that cost them games. 

Dallas could easily cover this one...they certainly need this game more than Atlanta.  But why bet on a team that lacks discipline to go on the road and beat a quarterback that is 29-4 on his home field. Below is a list of 4 other 3-4 teams in the league.  Ask yourself what the line would be at Atlanta.

Detroit Lions....+5.5/6??
Oakland Raiders....+9.5 (was the line when they played a few weeks ago)
Buffalo Bills....+10??
Cincy Bengals....+6??
  

  
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Posted: 11/2/2012 4:25:21 PM
Dallas is 3-0 vs Teams 7-0 or better since 91
Romo 19-2 in November games 
Falcons have never started 7-0 until now

I'm changing my pick to: 31-30 Dallas

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Posted: 11/2/2012 6:09:31 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DJNY:

Dallas is 3-0 vs Teams 7-0 or better since 91
Romo 19-2 in November games 
Falcons have never started 7-0 until now

I'm changing my pick to: 31-30 Dallas


I've been searching for some reasons to take Dallas because the line is so shady, but "3-0 vs 7-0 teams since 1991"?  Really man? Those 3 wins were probably courtesy of Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith.  That is a really lame angle and I now feel stupider for reading it.   

The only point that makes any sense is that Romo is 19-2 in November.  They probably played the best half of football I've seen them play against the Gmen last week in the 2nd half.  They were actually somewhat dominant in the last 3 quarters.  But thats the Dallas Cowboys life story.  They never play a complete game.  Maybe this sunday night they find a way to string it all together.  
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Posted: 11/2/2012 11:03:54 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Sammy_Ace:


I've been searching for some reasons to take Dallas because the line is so shady, but "3-0 vs 7-0 teams since 1991"?  Really man? Those 3 wins were probably courtesy of Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith.  That is a really lame angle and I now feel stupider for reading it.   

The only point that makes any sense is that Romo is 19-2 in November.  They probably played the best half of football I've seen them play against the Gmen last week in the 2nd half.  They were actually somewhat dominant in the last 3 quarters.  But thats the Dallas Cowboys life story.  They never play a complete game.  Maybe this sunday night they find a way to string it all together.  

Before you start bashing me for my angles and simply making assumptions you should probably know what YOU'RE talking about. 

The last two were in 2009 and 2006 vs the Saints and Colts respectively. So now you should feel stupider for making such a jackass assumption. 

This is just what the threads are for to provide angles, information, and insight. And what do you do with your post? Bash me - Regurgitate the obvious information from their last game and your bold prediction of "this might be the night they string it all together? C'MON MANNNN! 
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Posted: 11/2/2012 11:16:34 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by vue21849:

   This is where I get off the Falcons' train. The Cowboys have had the Dirty Birds number for years. Lately (especially at home)   Atlanta has been skating by without the cover.  Like the points, and the possibility of a Dallas upset, is not out of the question!

DALLAS  + 4

     I got off the train one stop too early with the stupid Eagles, but I digress.....

Why am I seeing this game playing out like the Raiders one? I think this will come down to a FG, and with 4 points, who cares.....

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Posted: 11/2/2012 11:17:58 PM

I'm not putting any real money on this one, but I have a Very Strong gut feeling that the Cowboys win this one Outright.

 

The Falcons have beaten bad teams and they have what is projected to be the 3rd easiest schedule this year. They will not go 16-0.

 

Cowboys +4

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Posted: 11/3/2012 7:58:01 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MoneySRH:

Loads of crap? Dummeh? Find something better like the Atlanta falcons who's undefeated?

Listen kid or woman or whatever the darn you are? Is any of the complete bullshit you said even friggin english?

Loads of crap? Everything you said is a load of crap. What I did was call you out, on all the bullshit you posted, took you across my knee, and broke it down for you girl to understand what’s happened this season.

What’s killing the cowboys this season isn’t Romo you stupid darn. It’s Jerry Jones, Dez Bryant, Felix Jones, penalties, fumbles, injuries, offensive line troubles, and of course, the biggest problem of them all, Jason Garrett’s inability to coach.

You can’t just say “ Romo leads the NFL with 13 INT’s” and ignore the fact that 8 of them aren’t his fault and 2 of them are situational, because he had to throw it up for grabs out of desperation. That means he has actually only thrown 3 real interceptions this season.

If Murray, Lee, and Costa were playing I would be all over Dallas, but since they are not playing. I even think Atlanta is the right side to bet on in this game. I just had to call you out on the bullshit you are spewing.

Dummeh!!! Call me out all you want but still come with some facts and stop your crying because you're in love with person and the cowgirls! Understand that with person as QB Dallas will go no where you dumb garbage! person is the friggin biggest problem in that weak behind organization and until you figure that out you should get off your rashy knees and stop sucking person's person, person! So like I said before go walk the streets and go get daddy his paper stoopid F$&!!!!!
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Posted: 11/3/2012 8:49:11 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ATLiens007:


Dummeh!!! Call me out all you want but still come with some facts and stop your crying because you're in love with person and the cowgirls! Understand that with person as QB Dallas will go no where you dumb garbage! person is the friggin biggest problem in that weak behind organization and until you figure that out you should get off your rashy knees and stop sucking person's person, person! So like I said before go walk the streets and go get daddy his paper stoopid F$&!!!!!
Walk the streets?
Crying?
Love?
H*mo?
Weak behind?
Rashy knees?
Sucking?
person?
Fa*ot?
Daddy?

Interesting choice of words? Psychologists say the most homophobic tend to be guy? You should come out of the closet already.

I’m gonna go polish up my 5-time super bowl champion autographed football, you should stop fighting those closet urges, and have fun with that, and prepare for another year getting knocked out of the first round, and zero titles, closet kid.
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Posted: 11/3/2012 9:30:07 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DJNY:


Before you start bashing me for my angles and simply making assumptions you should probably know what YOU'RE talking about. 

The last two were in 2009 and 2006 vs the Saints and Colts respectively. So now you should feel stupider for making such a jackass assumption. 

This is just what the threads are for to provide angles, information, and insight. And what do you do with your post? Bash me - Regurgitate the obvious information from their last game and your bold prediction of "this might be the night they string it all together? C'MON MANNNN! 


Ok...Ok.  I shouldn't have bashed you and I apologize for making an assumption....but you should have mentioned that in the post instead of saying, "since 1991 the Cowboys are 3-0 vs 7-0 teams". 
-So Romo has beaten 2 undefeated teams before in his 6-year career.  I still don't think its a very strong angle considering in 2006, Matty Ice was banging freshman girls at Boston College. 
And your other point is also pretty lame, "that the Falcons have never started 7-0 until now"
-So the Falcons have never been 7-0.  What does that have to do with Sunday's game when they are already 7-0.  It would be more interesting if you said Atlanta has never been 8-0 before, but you didn't say that. 
I respect your view, and didn't mean to bash it.  The fact that Tony Romo is 19-2 in November is pretty incredible.  The reason I wrote the "cowboys might string it together" is because I don't like them in this spot enough to bet it.  If you look at some of my other threads, I will give my pick when I have conviction.  The fact that their big mouth defensive coordinator Rob Ryan is telling the media they are going to win this game makes me want to stay away from the Cowboys even more.  Isn't typical of the Ryan brothers to write a check they can't cash? 

Good luck to you DJNY and sorry for my rude assumptions.    
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Posted: 11/3/2012 11:11:44 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Sammy_Ace:



Ok...Ok.  I shouldn't have bashed you and I apologize for making an assumption....but you should have mentioned that in the post instead of saying, "since 1991 the Cowboys are 3-0 vs 7-0 teams". 
-So Romo has beaten 2 undefeated teams before in his 6-year career.  I still don't think its a very strong angle considering in 2006, Matty Ice was banging freshman girls at Boston College. 
And your other point is also pretty lame, "that the Falcons have never started 7-0 until now"
-So the Falcons have never been 7-0.  What does that have to do with Sunday's game when they are already 7-0.  It would be more interesting if you said Atlanta has never been 8-0 before, but you didn't say that. 
I respect your view, and didn't mean to bash it.  The fact that Tony Romo is 19-2 in November is pretty incredible.  The reason I wrote the "cowboys might string it together" is because I don't like them in this spot enough to bet it.  If you look at some of my other threads, I will give my pick when I have conviction.  The fact that their big mouth defensive coordinator Rob Ryan is telling the media they are going to win this game makes me want to stay away from the Cowboys even more.  Isn't typical of the Ryan brothers to write a check they can't cash? 

Good luck to you DJNY and sorry for my rude assumptions.    

We all have the same goal...Bash the guys with the completely useless post, I just try to give any information people may not know going into a game which may not completely be my basis for my picks. GL 
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Posted: 11/3/2012 11:31:15 AM
Wow, experts are 11-1 on Cowboys.  I also feel Dallas will come in fired up and ready to go.  The defense will have its hands full, yet it is a defense that can keep Atlanta somewhat in check.  The scary thing for Dallas is they are vulnerable when spread out on defense.  With Gonzales being the leading receiver and the Falcons high usage of backs out of the backfield, Dallas will have to cover several receivers at all different depths on a given play.  Could be a big prob if Atlanta can get a speed back like Rodgers in a one-on-one with Connor at LB or his replacement.  

The big stat being overlooked is Atlanta gives up 5.1 yards per carry on the ground...second worst in the NFL.  It hasn't hurt them too bad as they are mostly playing from the lead and opponents abandon the run early.  If Felix can play well and Dallas can hang close, the Dallas run game could become a bg factor and open up play-action passing. 

Look for a very competitive ballgame with it coming down to the end a lot like Dallas-Baltimore did.  Bad news for Dallas is they can't seem to manage the clock in do-or-die situations. Still, this game has upset written all over it.  Still have to lean towards Atlanta and the multiple receivers they will employ along with the WR's.  The backs and TE should find a lot of room to catch the ball.
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Posted: 11/3/2012 6:29:27 PM
oh how i hate the cowboys, but this is way too good of aA situation not to be on them.

After tony romo's awful game last week, they will look to run the ball and should have great success against the 28th best team against the run.  Hopefully it's tanner, but even felix should get somewhere.  Even throwing, the falcons have yet to face this elite of a set of receivers (austin, bryant, witten).  Meanwhile, Dallas's pass defense has been very good this year, despite all the bad field position the offense has given them.  Their run defense is decent, but even sans lee, the falcons run game is also 28th best and turner is so awful it pains me every time he has an ok game.  That lack of balance is what keeps them laying smaller spreads than it seems like they should, great for vegas if they keep public money flowing in.

I've heard a number of sources calling this falcons team the worst 7-0 team of all time, and i strongly agree, as their total run game efficiency (net yards acheived vs. net yards allowed) is worst in the NFL.

Matty ice has always been prone to struggles against good pass rushes... enter the best pass rusher they have seen this year in demarcus ware. 

this is a total regression game.  the falcons record is due to regress to something closer to 5-2 while the cowboys should regress to more of a 4-3 (probably should be 5-2 with good coaching).

SO i will bathe myself after i collect the dirty money the cowboys provide, but in the meantime i booked this number as soon as i saw it...

COWB****es +5 Large
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Posted: 11/3/2012 6:31:07 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ncdcbag:

Cowboys ain't 6-1 and they will be one more loss towards not being in the playoffs after they blow a lead and let the Falcons come back to cover the 4 points


yeah, that's my only real fear betting the cowboys.  teribble coaching and lack of discipline could have them piss away a victory.  Thankfully I have a 5 point buffer, so I will still cash the spread if not the ML sprinkl as well.
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Posted: 11/3/2012 6:33:45 PM
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I've been searching for some reasons to take Dallas because the line is so shady, but "3-0 vs 7-0 teams since 1991"?  Really man? Those 3 wins were probably courtesy of Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith.  That is a really lame angle and I now feel stupider for reading it.   

The only point that makes any sense is that Romo is 19-2 in November.  They probably played the best half of football I've seen them play against the Gmen last week in the 2nd half.  They were actually somewhat dominant in the last 3 quarters.  But thats the Dallas Cowboys life story.  They never play a complete game.  Maybe this sunday night they find a way to string it all together.  


lol, yeah.  actually one of them was against the superbowl winning saints in week 14 though, so i'll give him that.  it does make me feel good in this spot.  Cowboys play well when catching points on the road.

The tony romo thing is good too.  I think he plays better in the middle of the season, probably when there's the least pressure on him after failing to get off to a good start and while not focused on trying to finish strong.
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Posted: 11/3/2012 6:38:18 PM
Some quick Fun Facts
  • Cowboys are 5-0-1 ATS in their last 6 road games vs. a team with a winning home record.
  • Cowboys are 17-8 ATS in their last 25 games in November.
  • Cowboys are 6-1 ATS when catching more than 3 points in road games over the last 3 years.

I like fading the falcons off a blowout win too, hard to replicate that kind of performance in back to back weeks, this is a good down to earth spot.

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Posted: 11/4/2012 2:07:55 AM
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Posted: 11/4/2012 2:14:10 AM
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Posted: 11/4/2012 3:42:09 AM
Matty Ice @ home do not lose very much lately. I like Atl on the ML please.
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Posted: 11/4/2012 4:20:19 AM
Atl -3.5  -------- Hou -10
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Posted: 11/4/2012 5:15:19 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Sammy_Ace:


I've been searching for some reasons to take Dallas because the line is so shady, but "3-0 vs 7-0 teams since 1991"?  Really man? Those 3 wins were probably courtesy of Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith.  That is a really lame angle and I now feel stupider for reading it.   

The only point that makes any sense is that Romo is 19-2 in November.  They probably played the best half of football I've seen them play against the Gmen last week in the 2nd half.  They were actually somewhat dominant in the last 3 quarters.  But thats the Dallas Cowboys life story.  They never play a complete game.  Maybe this sunday night they find a way to string it all together.  

I agree with everything you said bro
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Posted: 11/4/2012 5:17:27 AM
i gots to say... why would so many people like dallas here?
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