Nov 17, 2013; Austin, TX, USA; Formula One driver Mark Webber (2) sprays some Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders after placing third at the United States Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
Hey, the Cubs just hired Joe Madden. They are winning the World Series next year. I do miss having the Huston Astros in the National League Central. At least they used to occupy last place. Now the Cubs get to have those honors. You are an Astros fan, right? I mean, Huston, Dallas, what’s the difference? Rangers fan? How did the Rangers do last year? Moving on…
The Bears have zero chance of making the playoffs this year. So I guess the Cowboys have a negative chance at making the playoffs this year. The Cowboys can still make the playoffs and to be honest, I think they will this year. They have a team that is good enough for the playoffs, at least based on performance of the games that I have watched. If you don’t count Thanksgiving. The Bears on the other hand have all the horses, it just seems like they have nobody to ride them. The coaching staff in Chicago is lame, especially on defense. If the Bears don’t fire everyone next year, then they don’t see what I see. Back to the Cowboys. Why do you think the Cowboys won’t make the playoffs this year? They still play the Eagles again, and Washington is a mess. Plus the Giants, ha!
"I grew up in Dallas-Ft.Worth, making me a Texas Rangers fan, yet I believe that baseball is America’s “past” time, so it doesn’t really matter. However, I must point out that Texas went to back-to-back World Series just a few years back, losing both. The Cubs won back-to-back championships when … wait for it … Teddy Roosevelt was President, over a century ago. Weren’t the Cubs also called the Orphans at one time? Moving on, if you think that the Cowboys have a good chance to reach the postseason, you simply haven’t seen enough of this team in December since Bill Clinton, since we’re including former Presidents. America’s Team hasn’t even been to the playoffs since 2009. Oh, and our Texas boy Colt McCoy, presumably the Washington Redskins starting quarterback in the coming regular season finale in D.C. has already beaten Dallas. You saw what the Bears did to Dallas last year, right? Yep. That was in December too!"