Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins, A Rivalry In Smack Talk

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Manley revealed he learned about the cyst way back in 1986 when he was so lit up that he collapsed in a department store, and hit his head. How wrapped up in coke was Manley? He now says he is $12 million dollars in debt because of his addict lifestyle. That’s right folks, 12 with 6 zeros; spent on cocaine.

Manley tested positive for cocaine 4 times, and in 1991 was suspended from the NFL for life. He spent the last 2 years of his playing days in the Candian Football League.

Now, someone is going to bring it up if I don’t, Manley also admitted he was illiterate, even though he graduated from college. That’s right, he couldn’t read or write. As he told the story of his illiteracy he revealed that he could not even read a menu so he always ordered hamburgers and fries. Some may mock this, but I won’t. I respect Dexter Manley for having the courage to reveal this, and to actually learn how to read and write. It is however tragic that he had to learn to do these things in prison. He was sentenced to four years in prison and served two of the four years.

Dec 13, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; NFL network broadcaster and Dallas Cowboys former receiver Michael Irvin looks at a mirror on the NFL network set before the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

The bottom line is this, mocking Michael Irvin, while at the same time turning a blind eye to one of your own is pretty stupid. Perhaps they should look in a mirror. I would also like to point out that to my knowledge, no Mayor of Dallas, or Irving, or Arlington has ever been videotaped in a hotel room smoking crack with a hooker. Google Marion Barry if you don’t know what I am talking about. You can certainly ask if Laura Miller was on crack to let the Cowboys leave town, Marion Barry actually was.

Moving on to the homosexual nonsense they like to reference. The last time I checked “Brokeback Mountain” was a movie. In other words, fiction. For those who don’t know (apparently many Skins fans) that means “not real.” I haven’t seen it, and probably never will. It just doesn’t interest me at all. However, I did read previews of the movie.

First of all, it takes place in Wyoming, not Texas. Second of all, they are sheep herders. That’s right, sheep, not cows. The hat does not make you a cowboy any more than putting on a fireman’s helmet would make you a fireman.

Apparently in the nation’s capital people are not aware of the hatred between sheep herders and cattle ranchers. Have you ever heard of the Lincoln County Range Wars? Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett, and all the actual History? All of that was about sheep versus cows. There’s a range war in Arizona that I wrote a documentary about that was even bigger and bloodier. It set Arizona statehood back thirty years it was so violent.

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  • Corey Butler

    This should end any Redskins trash talk before it even starts. So sorry.

  • kurumba

    Jason Garrett may have risen in stature recently but for mine there are several worrying trends that are associated with him. Firstly, I am sure all fans are stunned as to why the team FALLS BADLY BEHIND VIRTUALLY EVERY HOME GAME. Garrett has provided no explanation for this disturbing trend. If NFL games are always “so close” then constantly struggling at home means you are NOT a playoff team. Second, and closely related to this, is the continuous chant from BOTH Garrett & Romo that “games will come down to the 4th quarter”. Is this really true. Look at most of Brady’s games, Seattle of late, Green Bay of late, The Colts, The Redskins, et al they do NOT have this philosophy!!! Rather than this Garrett should guarantee wins here & there and state that some games will be dominated by the team. He never ever says this and so the chorus line spun by Garrett & Romo- every game to be close- appears to come true. Try doing 3 Hour exams and continually telling yourself that a bare pass grade will be very difficult to achieve. Well guess what this is how it will turn out – a struggle every time you enter the exam room. Third factor is the CONTINUAL SEASON ENDING INJURIES. From BOTH sides of the ball. Why does this team get so many terminating injuries??? Are the players brought in just too soft OR is the training & preparation incorrect or just bad??? Garrett has never ever satisfactorily explained this. Look at Sean Lee. Toe surgery and he’s gone forever. Look at Ray Lewis – much older and has torn chest pec muscles [a much more serious injury than a TOE!!!] Yet Lewis is set to return THIS SEASON!! What gives, is Lee too soft … is Garrett NOT HARD ENOUGH on these young players or what?? The toe is barely two inches, the chest region is over a metre. Why is Lee, a crucial player on the defense, done for 6 months or more???? The final factor is that with this “every game is close mentality” can Garrett ever be anything above a .500 coach??? I think the evidence suggests not and hence I conclude that keeping Garrett will only produce the next San Diego or Philadelphia i.e a weak mess of potato mash and scrambled eggs. If Sean Payton, who is good friends with Romo & Witten really wants to coach Dallas then I say GET HIM NOW before the train wreck happens.

  • Draft on Deck

    Demarcus Hunt DE/OLB for SMU is killing Fresno State QB tonight Str8 Beast Mode, DaDrick Rodgers & Dez Bryant n Big D coming soon ,look out Deangelo Fall!

  • Mark Goletto

    Man, you Cowboy fans are awful sensitive, are’nt you.