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    Dez Bryant - Signed

    For all u boyz fans, all picks are signed and ready to start camp on saturday...

    Thought it was funny everyone predicting Dez Bryant to hold out because he has the same agent as M. Crabtree who held out last year....

    Didnt happen - and why, Dez Bryant said so himself, "I wasnt going to let this drag out, i wanted to be signed and ready to go day 1".....regardless of the agents, the players have a hand in it if they want to be signed or sit out....Bryant already starting off on the right foot!!!!

    New weapon for an already potent offense....if teams start stackin that box to stop the run, a quick hitch to D.B. and he gone....

    Cant wait for ball to start!!!!!

    Go Clones,
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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Good to see that there are players out there that keep their egos/agents in check, I am also excited to see what kind of contribution he makes from day one. Their passing game this season has the potential to be SICK!



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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Great he signed!! But, the question remains...Was his dad a pimp?



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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Quote Originally Posted by KMAC_ATTACK View Post
    For all u boyz fans, all picks are signed and ready to start camp on saturday...

    Thought it was funny everyone predicting Dez Bryant to hold out because he has the same agent as M. Crabtree who held out last year....

    Didnt happen - and why, Dez Bryant said so himself, "I wasnt going to let this drag out, i wanted to be signed and ready to go day 1".....regardless of the agents, the players have a hand in it if they want to be signed or sit out....Bryant already starting off on the right foot!!!!

    New weapon for an already potent offense....if teams start stackin that box to stop the run, a quick hitch to D.B. and he gone....

    Cant wait for ball to start!!!!!

    Go Clones,
    Go Boyz...
    You like ellipses.



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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Dez was certainly a great pick for Dallas. It will be interesting to see if RW or Crayton become a distraction. I assume they'll get touches early but as the season goes on - it will really diminish. They will see the 3rd or 4th best person in the secondary - so that should help them some.

    Definitely excited for the season, still think Dallas needs a different HC to win it all. Hopefully Wade can prove me wrong.



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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUFan22 View Post
    Dez was certainly a great pick for Dallas. It will be interesting to see if RW or Crayton become a distraction. I assume they'll get touches early but as the season goes on - it will really diminish. They will see the 3rd or 4th best person in the secondary - so that should help them some.

    Definitely excited for the season, still think Dallas needs a different HC to win it all. Hopefully Wade can prove me wrong.
    Not sure i agree on that one, at this level, the HC makes some calls etc, but, Wades value is as the DC....his ability to help that side of the ball frees up Garrett to do what he do.....

    I agree about RW and moreso Clayton....i think RW may just have a breakout...he sees his time here may be near its end unless he comes out...and if Big D were to trade him or release him, there's no way he gets a contract near what he's got right now...

    Clayton on the other hand, that guy has always been a team player, i hope if we release him that he can go somewhere else and drop their pass in a playoff game!!! Let someone else feel that pain!!!!

    Dez will be the steal of the draft.....Kid got the drive and he's playing for the team he's always wanted to play for, now its time to do work and get paid so he can get his momma off the streets!!!!



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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Quote Originally Posted by KMAC_ATTACK View Post
    Not sure i agree on that one, at this level, the HC makes some calls etc, but, Wades value is as the DC....his ability to help that side of the ball frees up Garrett to do what he do.....

    I agree about RW and moreso Clayton....i think RW may just have a breakout...he sees his time here may be near its end unless he comes out...and if Big D were to trade him or release him, there's no way he gets a contract near what he's got right now...

    Clayton on the other hand, that guy has always been a team player, i hope if we release him that he can go somewhere else and drop their pass in a playoff game!!! Let someone else feel that pain!!!!

    Dez will be the steal of the draft.....Kid got the drive and he's playing for the team he's always wanted to play for, now its time to do work and get paid so he can get his momma off the streets!!!!
    Pssst, it's Crayton.



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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Quote Originally Posted by KMAC_ATTACK View Post
    Not sure i agree on that one, at this level, the HC makes some calls etc, but, Wades value is as the DC....his ability to help that side of the ball frees up Garrett to do what he do.....

    The team has not had a yearning desire to win under Wade, period. It was there under Bill, the pieces were just not fully in place. Wade is too soft and the team adopts that mantra. When things don't go well I don't see a sense of urgency from the team.



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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUFan22 View Post
    The team has not had a yearning desire to win under Wade, period. It was there under Bill, the pieces were just not fully in place. Wade is too soft and the team adopts that mantra. When things don't go well I don't see a sense of urgency from the team.
    This. Freakin' spot on, Wade is a players coach, but sometimes you cannot let their egos get out of control and say it's time to go to work. Good to see Dez ready to go! Go Clones! Go 'Boys!


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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    why are there so many cowboy fans, did u guys live down there or something? i've always been curious about distant fans. This guy at my old job was a huge jets fan, hes never been to new york, but apparently his uncle played for them long ago. Until i found that out i thought he was looney



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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc936 View Post
    why are there so many cowboy fans, did u guys live down there or something? i've always been curious about distant fans. This guy at my old job was a huge jets fan, hes never been to new york, but apparently his uncle played for them long ago. Until i found that out i thought he was looney
    Because it's easy to be a Cowboys, Lakers, or Yankees fan.




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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    who are the boyz? oh... I see what you did there...



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    Re: Dez Bryant - Signed

    Amused.

    No one really hates on Lions fans. Or the Rams, Chiefs, etc. Why? Because they stink. In most years, the Bears can live in that category too (along with a few others).

    I take being a fan of one of the most hated teams as a badge of honor.

    Why am I a Cowboys fan? Because I was raised to be one...in an era where they were not exactly relevant and the Bears were everyone's local bandwagon team. It wasn't until I hit high school that Dallas began winning again.



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