DeMarcus Ware certainly is a playmaker for the Dallas Cowboys. But is he the difference-maker for this successful team? There’s a great post here that talks about Ware and his skills. Defensive Coordinator Brian Stewart compares D-Ware to Bruce Smith, former Buffalo Bills defensive star. Ware has 10 sacks on the year, second on the Cowboys to Greg Ellis, who has 12.
To me, Ware made one of the most important, if not the most important, defensive stop of the year. Up by only 3 points in the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers, Ware tore through left tackle Chad Clifton and sacked backup Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The play forced the Packers to punt, and the Cowboys scored on the very next drive. The Cowboys won by 10.
But the article cites several other key plays Ware has made, maybe not with the game on the line, but that show he’s a difference-maker for the Cowboys this year. To me, it says a lot when the star player on the opposing team gives kudos to Weasy.
“Everyone in this league knows,” says the Giants’ Michael Strahan, the career leader among active players in sacks, “that when you play the Dallas Cowboys, in order to win you have to find a way to shut down DeMarcus Ware.”
But one thing Ware is not going to make a difference in is your damn credit card debt. I couldn’t help but laugh about Weasy’s Web page where he politely makes three requests to anyone who visits his Myspace page:
1) YES. It’s really me. You cant imagine how many emails I get asking that question.
2) Try to eliminate curses when posting public comments. I have a wife and a lot of young fans, so please keep them in mind.
3) Please don’t ask me for money. I give plenty of money to many legitimate charities. Your credit card debt is not a charity.
OK, what kind of BOZO is Myspacing Weasy for money? Is he kidding or do people really try this with Weasy? He writes it in a serious tone.
Weasy, if I were you, I’d taunt them a little with all the money you do have and make the creeps who ask you for money do bizarre things to get some of it. Of course, you’ll never dole out any cash, but at least you could show the videos of some of the stunts people will do to get a few hundred bucks. Try it, my friend.