Skip Bayless reacts to the Dallas Cowboys’ Week 16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks | UNDISPUTED

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In a discussion with Shannon Sharpe and Joy Taylor, Skip Bayless explains the Dallas Cowboys 21-12 loss against the Seattle Seahawks. Plus, Skip discusses what’s next for Dez Bryant.

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UNDISPUTED is a daily two-and-a-half hour sports debate show starring Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe, and moderated by Joy Taylor on FS1. Every day, Skip and Shannon will give their unfiltered, incisive, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.

Skip Bayless reacts to the Dallas Cowboys’ Week 16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks | UNDISPUTED

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39 thoughts on “Skip Bayless reacts to the Dallas Cowboys’ Week 16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks | UNDISPUTED

  1. Skip needs to quite. He runs his mouth like he knows what he be talking about. But no football experience or for that matter any experience at a pro level. As for Shannon he also needs to stop i mean really all this show can talk about is the Dallas Cowboys. An how much do they get paid. Because anyone off the street could do this show. For Shannon he has nfl experience but wow when it comes down to making sure you have all the facts an watch the game footage. Because both guys can be bothered with coming up with real plays.

  2. Did he just say beast mode was aging? Yup that does it…. skip Bayless is worse than nick Wright and has clinched the spot for the worlds worst analyst. Also ppl forget marshawn had just got them to the 1 with a 5 yard run and you’re telling me that he could not have got in??

  3. Damn joy! That top is showcasing those mighty pumpkins! How do those 2 concentrate let alone carry on any discussion with those things hanging out like that? Women want to jump all over #MeToo movements and yet they wear clothing like that torturing men everywhere. It's psychological warefare, women everywhere are waging war on men.

  4. 😂😂😂 Shannon said but you got Dak he gonna make it happen which Skip Bayless swear he didn't need Zeke Elliot so you mad because you were wrong? 😂😂😂😂

  5. I honestly wonder how skip bayless is getting paid millions to have a radio show… all the episodes end in the same thing… cowboys are #1… only when Sean Lee is healthy 🤔🤔🤔and LeBron chokes.

  6. Weird Dez average 1300 yards 14 td
    Tony romo throwing
    Dak performing like a veteran
    Tony romo on the bench helping
    And when romo is gone…….
    Dez 13 drops
    Dak 13 interception….

  7. The trio of Wade Wilson (QB coach), Linehan (OC) and Garrett (HC) hasn't worked out for Dak. That marriage isn't working out. Dak struggles to read defenses and know when to throw the ball. Wade Wilson needs to find a place where he fits with a better OC and a QB with a better football IQ. I think Linehan needs to do the same but also see his own weaknesses in play calling and fix them. He should spend some time other Offensive Cooridinators (e.g. Mike Shanahan, Mike Martz, Norv Turner, Andy Reid, etc.). Belichick is a student in the offseason where he goes and tries to learn from other coaches (even regarding how to improve his skills as a GM- like contract negotiating and drafting- he's reached out to Jimmy Johnson in the past regarding this). How many other coaches do this? They should do the same to become better and fix their own weaknesses. It's tough for a fan to call for the dismissal of such men as we know they need to bring food to the table. However, as fans, we hate the money we invest becoming a return of mediocrity.
    I think the Cowboys (and other NFL teams) need to develop a standardized testing system (for every position- for both players and coaches) which occurs in the offseason to develop the knowledge (football IQ) of players and coaches. They need their time to rejuvenate during the offseason, but what really needs to be done also during the offseason is to make these players smart. Football is all about strategy (and knowing playbooks and film study). The players need to be taught football theory and then tested on it during the offseason. Then by the time summer camp training begins (the practical side of it), deficiencies and can be addressed before training camp begins, but also continued to be corrected once you see them in practice also. Things like reading defenses and offenses are similar to a doctor needing the ability to diagnose on the go (within seconds) based on recognizing clues and knowing how to respond (giving the right treatment). These athletes need that same ability. They get the upcoming year's schedule in advance, so they need to spend of the offseason preparing for their opponents (theory wise). They need to be given study material to teach and test them in how to read/understand their opponents and how to respond. It should be like flash card type of material which then they later get tested (on a paper based or computer based exam) administered by the coaches. E.g., how should a QB respond when a defense is giving you a particular look. The QB should get flash cards to memorize that as well as the offensive playbook. This should be done for every position.

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