So here’s the quote that’s getting most of the headlines right now. Eagles’ linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill just delivering some facts on the the Dallas Cowboys and their tendency to either choke or not even be in a position to choke over the past 20 years. It’s like if he was asked a question and answered “yeah, pee is stored in your balls”. Are you going to hate on a guy for stating facts like that or would you prefer for Kamu Grugier-Hill to be a big fat liar? That’s what I thought.
But yes, obviously this is going to rub some people in Dallas the wrong way. This cowboys blog, for example, took so much offense to the quote that they thought they could compare one dropped pick to the fact that the Cowboys have only won 2 playoff games since 1997.
Yes, KGH may have dropped that pick but Dez also dropped that ball soooooooo.
But that’s neither here nor there. I don’t care about random Cowboys fans. I don’t care about random Cowboys blogs. All I care about is that the actual Dallas Cowboys catch wind of that quote from Kamu Grugier-Hill and that it’s all they think about between now and Sunday at 4:25. I hope they use this as bulletin board material. I pray that this quote consumes their every thought heading into this game on Sunday. Because this game could very easily end up determining the division. If they go out there and win on Sunday, they essentially end the Eagles’ season. They can put the defending Super Bowl champions to rest on Sunday afternoon. And if they need some bulletin board material to get them going instead of just the situation itself? Well then that’s great news for the Eagles.
That’s the thing. You shouldn’t need bulletin board material in this situation. You shouldn’t care about what the other team has to say at all. But if all that old bitch Jerry Jones and the Cowboys can think about while they’re preparing for this game is Kamu Grugier-Hill? Then I like the Eagles’ chances on Sunday. Only thing that could make me feel better is if someone like Zeke decides to come out and guarantee a victory. Let’s make it happen.