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    Cowboys secondary might be the worse in football, at this point in time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Yeah, they are bringing political crap into it and for a false narrative.
    They didn't do anything till Trump said everything and how everyone should stand.
    They bowed to public pressure.
    With Trump involved, some might say they stood up (or kneeled down) to garbage pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newarkcatholicfan View Post
    Cowboys secondary might be the worse in football, at this point in time.
    Jared Goff over Ben Roethlisberger was a great call this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Yeah, they are bringing political crap into it and for a false narrative.
    They didn't do anything till Trump said everything and how everyone should stand.
    They bowed to public pressure.
    You literally have no clue why they took a knee do you? It wasn't political in the slightest. They were protesting what the president said in support of their fellow players. There were players and even Jerry Jones himself who don't agree with Kaepernicks stance. But they took a knee to show that they are one league united. That the right to protest is guaranteed in this country and that no one should get fired for it. The players took a knee to show the world that they have each other's back. So if one day there was something they felt they needed to protest they wouldn't have the threat of being fired hanging over their head. The protests around the league last week were a sign of unity. Something every single American should support as long as you believe in the constitution. It is the true definition of ignorance to believe otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newarkcatholicfan View Post
    Cowboys secondary might be the worse in football, at this point in time.
    No kidding. Horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    You literally have no clue why they took a knee do you? It wasn't political in the slightest. They were protesting what the president said in support of their fellow players. There were players and even Jerry Jones himself who don't agree with Kaepernicks stance. But they took a knee to show that they are one league united. That the right to protest is guaranteed in this country and that no one should get fired for it. The players took a knee to show the world that they have each other's back. So if one day there was something they felt they needed to protest they wouldn't have the threat of being fired hanging over their head. The protests around the league last week were a sign of unity. Something every single American should support as long as you believe in the constitution. It is the true definition of ignorance to believe otherwise.
    I know exactly what and why.
    Your right about what you said.

    It's still stupid.

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    Can we get back to the Rams spanking that Cowboy butt, instead of talking about what may or may not have happened before the game and why it did or didn't happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    I know exactly what and why.
    Your right about what you said.

    It's still stupid.
    Obviously you don't get it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Loss at home.
    Season is over if they can't beat that team at home.

    That's what they get for taking a knee last week. But thank God that got all the problems solved for society.

    Take another knee Jerry and keep taking it. You screwed up the whole season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    Can we get back to the Rams spanking that Cowboy butt, instead of talking about what may or may not have happened before the game and why it did or didn't happen?
    Get back? I think that it's clear why this thread was started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold) View Post
    Get back? I think that it's clear why this thread was started.
    Yes, you are 100% right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    Obviously you don't get it...
    Yeah I get it. For the 2nd time, yes I get it.

    So if they and NFL kneeled for unity LAST WEEK in response to Trump asking for respect then why are they all still kneeling THIS WEEK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Yeah I get it. For the 2nd time, yes I get it.

    So if they and NFL kneeled for unity LAST WEEK in response to Trump asking for respect then why are they all still kneeling THIS WEEK.
    For the same reason. Its really not that hard man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    For the same reason. Its really not that hard man.
    Ha, if they didn't show their unity last week and get their message out and feel they have to keep showing or trying to show they have it, then they are a bunch of Out of touch just for show players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Ha, if they didn't show their unity last week and get their message out and feel they have to keep showing or trying to show they have it, then they are a bunch of Out of touch just for show players.
    Why is showing unity ever a bad thing? Would it be a bad thing if players locked arms during the anthem every week?

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