Monday, September 8, 2008

Cowboys: Week One

Alright, so it looks like the RNC speech series is going to be limited to one post, since John McCain's speech wasn't worth blogging about. Boring, unsubstantive, and just plain uninteresting. The Walter Reed screwup was about the only worthwhile thing to come out of that speech, and I can't really say anything on that that hasn't already been said. Way to drop the ball, GOP.

The most important recent news, however, is that the Cowboys have officially started their road to Super Bowl XLIII. The season opener against the Browns was everything I could've hoped for. Romo was awesome, Marion Barber's still a bulldozer, and some of our new pickups showed that they were the right choice for draft picks. Felix Jones was the most impressive of the game, I thought. He didn't get a whole lot of playing time, but he seemed untouchable and proved every speculation true that he's probably going to be a badass. The biggest problem so far, like last season, has been penalties, although the Browns drew enough penalties themselves that ours didn't seem that bad in comparison. I can't wait to see what the 'Boys are capable of this season, and I anxiously await week two this upcoming weekend. Go Cowboys!

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