April 27, 2012

What A Difference A Year Makes.

  • The Cowboys must make smart picks int the third and fourth round to justify what could have been 2 number ones had they played their cards right!
  • Still early to tell.
  • it does the more you say it
  • oregon won the rose bowl
  • 2010 Dallas Cryboys 6-10 3rd in the NFC East.
    2011 Dallas Cryboys 8-8 3rd in the NFC East.
    No real difference at all.

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  • The biggies difference between the Dullazz Cryboys and the Philadelphia Eagles is one teams group of fans dump a truckload of money into the hands of their greedy owner, because they are too stupid to recognize the past is the past. Those dopes still think a few HOF players are out there playing and not Sir Choke A Lot Tony Slomo. Jerry is laughing and dancing at you dummies all the way to the bank. LMAO!

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  • Cluck cluck cluck goes the chicken.

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  • At the end of the day I have to say Tony Romo is by far my favorite cryboy.

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