Dallas Cowboys

October 28, 2011 by staff 

Dallas Cowboys, A few days of work of Rob Ryan, defensive players of the Dallas Cowboys were thrilled with his new boss. They fed off the energy and enthusiasm he showed in the meetings and in training camp. They were uncertain of their exotic plans were exactly what was needed to make the worst defense of the franchise in one of the best in the NFL.

Then, Ryan did what family members do. He shared some of their trust with journalists.

Tired of hearing about the giant Philadelphia Eagles were arming, Ryan said, “I do not know if we win the team believe the hype that could have gone to someone else, but we’ll beat their (. Rear) when we played them. ”

While some players may have felt that way, too, were not about to say.

“We were like, ‘Rob, what (heck) are you doing?’ You do not know, man. You can not come here and do this, ‘”said linebacker Bradie James.

At that time, it seemed that Ryan was to keep the family tradition of talk about big, like his twin brother Rex and his father, Buddy.

Now, with the teams preparing to meet Sunday night, the bulletin board material seems very intelligent.

Ryan plays and his personality has become the top-ranked Dallas defense in the NFC. The Eagles, meanwhile, are 2-4 and looking at the Cowboys (3-3) and everyone else in the NFC East.

Boasting Ryan early August has not been forgotten by either team, and is certain to be played during the national broadcast on schedule. It adds another layer to a rivalry fueled by Rob’s father once, and a match full of ramifications for both teams.

“We’re back,” said James Ryan this week, before challenging his boss to make sure the unit is ready for the threats of big plays from Michael Vick, McCoy LeSean and DeSean Jackson.

Ryan’s response?

“Shoot yeah! Know I’m up, I’m drinking Red Bull all night!” James said in a Ryan-esque voice.

Through six games, the Cowboys have adopted the personality of its leader, set aside, except for long hair, fiber and large abdomen.

Using exotic formations and aggressive mentality, Dallas is allowing the fewest yards rushing in the NFL.

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