Wow… Just Wow.

As I write this, the Dallas Cowboys are down 28-7 to the Green Bay Packers with 11:30 left in the 3rd Quarter (and since I’ve been writing, the Packers have extended the lead to 35-7). They seem to be unable to accomplish anything on either side of the ball. The coaches continue to display their usual brilliance. In the first half, the coaches challenged a touchdown call that, if reversed, would place the ball on about the 1/2 yard line. Of course, the call stood after the review and cost the Cowboys a timeout. Then, later in the Second Quarter, the Packers returned a fumbled kickoff for a touchdown. The kickoff return guy’s knee was obviously down, but the Cowboys had no challenges remaining because of the earlier challenge. I couldn’t help but chuckle at it all.

The past several games have been disgraceful. The coaches make horrific play calls and decisions and the players seem to have no fire or passion. They have no heart. I think I read a few weeks ago that Phillips said they had attitude issues. Many columnists swear up and down that this isn’t a team that is leaderless… But, to quote Wood Harris’ character from Remember the Titans, “Attitude reflect leadership.”

And to think, some people said this team would win the Super Bowl.

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