St. Louis centerJason Brown tipped off the Dallas defense on nearly every snap. He would nod his head before the snap, which gave nose tackle Jay Ratliff a huge jump versus the run and pass. Later in the game, Brown would try and toss in a “fake” head jerk every once and awhile to try and slow down the Cowboys’ tackles –- but it didn’t work.
You have got to be kidding me. This is pee-wee football stuff. I was wondering why Jay Ratliff was getting a fantastic jump on every snap, but never in my wildest nightmares did I imagine that Jason Brown was kindly informing the entire Dallas defense as to when he was going to snap the ball. I don’t know, I think a better way would have been to send engraved invitations with the snap counts on it over to the Dallas sideline during the game.
This is getting ridiculous. Clean house.