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Postby RayNAustin » Mon Nov 06, 2006 12:13 pm

(Just a fun little spoof artical for laughs).

Washington D.C.
Monday, November 6, 2006

In the most unlikely and miraculous fashion, the Washington Redskins defeated the Dallas Cowboys for the 3rd time in four games in what appeared to be a last-second loss turned into a win with no time remaining on the game clock.

It could be said that the Cowboys who deem themselves to be "America's Team" came up a little short against what might be considered "God's Team" given this miracle win in the face of certain defeat.

So many unlikely scenarios unfolded to be labeled random chance. This must be a case of destiny and divine intervention as a sure interception bounced off the head of Roy Williams. The last second block of a sure game winning field goal by a Redskin player just signed two weeks ago, and an amazing display of "never quit" by free safety Sean Taylor as he returned the blocked kick 30 yards to the Dallas 45, topped off by a 15 yard face mask penalty putting Washington in range for the game winning kick with zero time left on the game clock. The result....a 47 yard game winning field goal by Nick Novak who had just recently resigned with the team after kicker John Hall was placed on injured reserve. Remember Novak, the guy who made his NFL debut in Dallas on Monday night September 19, 2005 who kicked the game winning PAT, and provided a game saving tackle on the ensuing kickoff with time running out?

Could all of this be random chance....or are these signs of an unseen hand?

One thing is for sure. The superstar signing of Terrell Owens by the Dallas Cowboys this year might be just another blessing in disguise for the Washington Redskins.

After scoring a touchdown, T. O. used the football as a pillow and took a brief nap in the endzone....an obvious reference to media reports earlier in the week of Owens napping during team meetings. This selfish showboating display drew a flag, forcing a long kickoff allowing Washington good field position after the Dallas score. In typical T.O. fashion, his desire for attention outweighs the best interests of the team. Some things just never change, and Dallas knew what they were getting when they signed him. Or did they?

The frequent dropped passes of Terrell Owens this season , and several almost dropped passes demonstrates a lack of focus for a man who considers himself the best reciever in the game today, and more important than the game itself. Embarrassingly, Mr. Superstar T. O. dropped a sure touchdown on a perfect pass in the 3rd quarter today that would have been a back breaker for the Redskins.

In the end, the Redskins prevailed, winning 22-19, closing the gap between them and the Dallas Cowboys.

After the game, Terrell Owens took responsibility for the loss, saying he owed the Cowboys one. We agree. And from here on out, in Washington, DC at least, the great T.O. has a new and more appropriate nickname.

He will no longer be referred to as T. O. His new nickname will be N.T.F.B.F.

Nap Time for Butta Finga.

Goodnight, Nap Time.

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Postby Cappster » Mon Nov 06, 2006 12:31 pm

I would like to know why everyone seems to think that the cowboys beat themselves yesterday????? If it hadn't been for them holding, pass interfering and tripping, we would have put atleast 1 to 3 touchdowns more on the board. It seems as though part of you MB haters want to see the Redskins win and lose at the same time. Thats not going to happen!! Enjoy the win and look forward to next week. We haven't enjoyed this kind of "success" for a long time against the cowgirls so enjoy it!!!!!!
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Postby Chris Luva Luva » Mon Nov 06, 2006 12:35 pm

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Postby Chris Luva Luva » Mon Nov 06, 2006 12:45 pm

If you want to smile like you did yesterday read this gameday thread from the IGN boards. These are young skins and cowboys fans and they're out of control.

http://boards.ign.com/football/b5105/130378321/p24
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Postby wbbradb » Mon Nov 06, 2006 1:29 pm

Awesome. This is good too:

http://theboysblog.com/2006/11/05/cowbo ... -thread-4/

Just like a year ago, it's great to see their glee turn to utter confusion and disbelief. This is my favorite (just after the block):

"3:07 pm CT 5 Nov 2006
sharkz: OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!OT!!!!!!!!!!!"

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Postby USAFSkinFan » Mon Nov 06, 2006 2:07 pm

Chris Luva Luva wrote:If you want to smile like you did yesterday read this gameday thread from the IGN boards. These are young skins and cowboys fans and they're out of control.

http://boards.ign.com/football/b5105/130378321/p24


that's just precious...

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Postby Chris Luva Luva » Mon Nov 06, 2006 2:13 pm

USAFSkinFan wrote:
Chris Luva Luva wrote:If you want to smile like you did yesterday read this gameday thread from the IGN boards. These are young skins and cowboys fans and they're out of control.

http://boards.ign.com/football/b5105/130378321/p24


that's just precious...



If just one person read it, it was worthwhile. :lol:
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Postby Cappster » Mon Nov 06, 2006 2:22 pm

I went to all three sites posted and I love reading the disappointment from the cowgirls fans ROTFALMAO ROTFALMAO ROTFALMAO ROTFALMAO ROTFALMAO

On this site that was posted
http://theboysblog.com/2006/11/05/cowbo ... -thread-4/

you can actually read a minute by minute of how the plays went. This link is definetly not for children!!!!

ROTFALMAO ROTFALMAO ROTFALMAO
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Postby EA7649 » Mon Nov 06, 2006 2:31 pm

one word: amazing

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Postby The Hogster » Mon Nov 06, 2006 7:48 pm

I am no Mark Brunell apologist, but people keep saying that he underthrew B Lloyd on that play....actually on sideline routes like that, when there is man to man coverage and the receiver is paralell to the defender, the QB is taught to either throw the ball over the defenders outside shoulder OR to throw the ball short and to the outside so that the receiver (who is looking backwards) has a chace to turn and catch the ball before the defender gets his head turned around.

I think if Mark throws the ball straight away there, its either incomplete or intercepted....needless to say the play was called back anyways...but just to shed some light on it.
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