Last edited by soonerintn; July 19th, 2013 at 11:34 PM.
Romo is a scapegoat. He is a good qb. Good even to win a Super Bowl with
Romo gave that last play away and was intercepted as a result. Had his chance and muffed it.
I don't even like the cowboys. Between ranger fans and cowboy fans and this board, I'm starting to think that ou fans might be a bunch of dumbasses
Bounce, will you please STFU once for all? You're stupid shtick has gotten old. You do the same ****ing thing in every thread you post in.
Its Funny because its so true , on so many levels lulz
He threw three picks in a must win game including one right after the defense made a critical stop and set up the O with a chance to win or tie.
Monumental fail that renders his clutch performances on the last four games moot. When it was all on the line - he failed.
I don't think a lot of Dallas fans are LOL'ing tonight.
He carried the team for the last month when the defense was shit. But tonight they had Washington at 21 and gave Romo the ball. He failed miserably there at the end. Is it all on him? No - his line sucked. But he personally failed and would admit it - probably did in the postgame presser.
I'm not a Dallas fan - but watch a lot of them because of where we live. He has more talent than most NFL QB's - but yet has games that just cause you to wonder WTF he's thinking. Ponder doesn't have half the talent of Romo -- he didn't blow up in a must win game. Now Romo doesn't have AD - but Ponder was without Harvin and the other WR (Simpson?) was hurt for a bit today. Ponder is also far less experienced. That's just one example. There are others.
16 INT's this year... ranked 5th worst in the league. Now #1 was Brees and there's little argument that he's a pretty good QB. But the others "ahead" of Romo were two rookies and Mark Sanchez. 13 of his picks came in losses.
Tons of talent - but a nut at times.
Someone should chart the Landy pumpers and dumpers and compare them w/the Romo pumpers and dumpers. Where is Phil when you need him?
So bounce wants romo's ****? Is that the moral of this story?
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I ****ing hate Bill Parcells. remember he decided to stay? That's when Payton went to NO. Also Brees was available as a free agent. Still drives me crazy. Yes as pointed out during the game, JJ has made the cowboys the most valuable organization in the NFL. But it's because they're a side show, a tourist trap. they're not and probably will never again be a real contender. He's made them a ****ing joke
Offense was not very good last night. Washington had a masterful defensive game plan of blitzing and playing man, and Dallas couldn't figure it out at all. Did we throw a screen once? Demarco is incredible out of the backfield as a receiver but they didn't play to his strengths. ALso, too many downfield routes. Tony didn't have the time to allow those plays develop. Take what the D is giving, and play against their aggressiveness. RG3 was playing hurt, so you have to figure that they won't score as many as they did in Dallas. Unfortunately scoring only 18 points will not win you many games. We have a lot of needs. O-line, D-line are huge priorities. Tony was running for his life most games and we saw how bad the D is without Demarcus Ware. This team will continue to be middle of the road until we address those needs. As for Romo, he can be great at times, but loses himself in games and tries to do too much. Jason has tried to address this by emphasizing "situational awareness" with him and he played much better this December than in any since he has been a Cowboy. But then he goes and shits the bed in one of the most important games of the last decade. That was all on him. Does Dallas resign him? I see this as a similar situation to the Rangers with Josh Hamilton. As good as he is it may be time to part ways.
The fact that he didn't have any inside LBs didn't help.
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You'd think at some point though, Ware would've quit bitting on the RB dive and kept contain but I don't think he ever did. Pretty bad when they don't even bother blocking you because they no they can fake you.
Dallas needs to fix both lines before ever thinking about QB. They have among the worst defensive linemen and offensive linemen in the NFL.
The hell with romo & jj.
Bounce, sometimes you are just a complete idiot. This is one of those times.
Romo tries to do it all himself. He tries to be the whole offense. It's obvious he doesn't trust the players around him. He may be right not to trust some of them but he's no better. When you try to do it all yourself is when you end up making boneheaded mistakes. Then he goes over to the sideline and yells at his offense as if it wasn't him that pitched an ill advised shovel pass directly to a defender during a broken play etc. All of his INTs against the Redskins were directly to them. The defenders did not make a great play on the ball. Romo threw it right to them as if they were on his team.
Romo has said he idolized Favre and it's obvious in his play that he tries to be like Favre. Favre was always high risk/high reward. Tony is just high risk. He is not a clutch QB.
The real problem is Jerry thinking he is a football guy and not putting a Championship type team around Romo. Jerry is a chensy **** that is always cutting corners. Jason and other coaching staff is another issue that Jerry put in place. His ego gets in the way, and the worst thing he did is run Jimmy out of town....
The problem starts at the top. If Dallas had an owner more like Robert Kraft, an owner who would let the coaches coach and get out of the way, the Cowboys would be in a much better situation. Garrett may be a good coordinator but he doesn't have the leadership to be an HC. Bad ownership leads to hiring bad coaches which leads to poor decisions, players and player decisions on the field. All the stupid penalties Dallas gets (brain fart penalties) is a direct indication of poor coaching.
A good Harbaugh or Cowher type coach will never coach for Dallas as long as Jerry is there. There's a reason Dallas has had coaches like Gailey and Garrett. Because they're yes-men for JJ. Jimmy wouldn't be that yes man and that's how Jerry ran him off. Jerry thinks he knows more than all those coaches and that's why he hires yes-men coaches. And we see how well that's worked out for the last 15+ years.
I've always said Romo is a great game QB BUT he isn't a winner. A winner figures out how to win when it matters the most and it seemed like last month he had turned the corner or proven me wrong BUT when it was really on the line he did what he always does in the last "have to" game or the first game of the playoffs and that's choke. Yup, the whole team has been decimated with injuries and probably over achieved but he and Jerry are the common thread and we'll never get far with either. Might as well get used to it.
Plus I ****ing hate the way he calls out the receivers on the field after he throws a pick and I know, SOMETIMES it's their fault but not always. I'd laugh my ass off if for once they'd go yell at him in the middle of the field after one of his bonehead picks.
Sometimes it's your fault Tony. He always calls out his receivers or blockers and yells at them. I've noticed him doing this for the past couple of seasons. It's very obvious, the cameras catch it every time. Never have I seen him put up his hand and say "That was on me." Maybe that's why he has a problem with the players around him. No one is eager to help out a guy that thinks everyone else is the problem and he's perfect.