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Connor Shaw > Tony Romo & Jay Cutler?
South Carolina starting quarterback Connor Shaw has become "an accidental star quarterback," as described by The Charleston Post and Courier's Gene Sapkoff. Since taking over the starting QB role following Stephen Garcia's rather messy departure from the Gamecock program, Shaw has lead the team to a 12-1 record over the past two seasons, including a Capital One Bowl win over Nebraska.
This weekend, he's leading the team to a big SEC East showdown against Georgia. It big enough that ESPN College GameDay will be airing live in Columbia, for which Shaw is given a little credit in making happen.
Shaw's 6'1, 207 lb. frame doesn't make him look like a first round NFL Draft pick, according to Sapkoff. (With that shaved head, he looks more like a Army recruit at Fort Jackson.) But South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier, never one to be satisfied with his QB's, praised his ability to avoid ...
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As usual it involves Jay Cutler and his inability to play nice with others.
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The more things change, the more they stay the same for Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys. Drops by Dez Bryant, plenty of INTs by Romo, and stout defense by the Bears all equal a scathing 34-18 Dallas Cowboys loss to the Chicago Bears.
There is very little to say that can be positive for this game. The defense allowed 20 points, albeit 7 in garbage time, and the inept offense continued...
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo admits that he’s going to have to “reassess” some things after Monday night’s blow out loss to the Bears.
“It’s going to sit there in your stomach and just eat at you,” Romo said of having to wait 13 days before the team plays again. “In different situations out there where you’re trying to do too much and help out different...
After last night’s game versus Chicago, I came up with a new nickname for Tony Romo. This guy has been horrible this season, and to be honest he is on a very short leash. While Dallas fans might not want to realize it, Romo is probably on a shorter leash than Matt Cassell who could get pulled on his next pass play. Romo has not helped Jason Garrett and the Dallas offense...
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Here are the Week Five Bears power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: #9 (Last week: #11)
Analysis, “Cutler-to-Marshall and an opportunistic defense shined Monday night. When the Bears look good, they look oh so good.”
NFL.com: #6 (Last week: #9)
Analysis, “If Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall can play like they did in a blowout win over the Dallas Cowboys...
One thing that we have learned in my few years of writing this blog is that most of our readers have other sports affiliations besides just Virginia. I know, it’s not that much of a stretch, but we all watch NFL on Sundays, MLB on weeknights, and NHL whenever they want to play again. Yours truly is a Chicago Bears fan, and that allegiance is a tale for another time. As I was watching...
Coming off a dominating performance in prime time, the Chicago Bears defense could be in for another big effort against a team that might have the worst offense in the NFL.
The visiting Bears look for a third consecutive victory as they face the offensively challenged Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Though Chicago's offense has been inconsistent in 2012, its defense has a league...
Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman regularly defend Tony Romo, making it seem like there's a brotherhood among those that have quarterbacked the Dallas Cowboys.
But the wide receiver position doesn't share that same brotherhood when it comes to Drew Pearson and Dez Bryant.
Pearson had been critical of Bryant throughout his first two years with the Cowboys, and Year Three looks...
After looking lethargic in a 23-6 win over the St. Louis Rams in Week 3, the Chicago Bears had six days to hear criticism on whether or not they can notch a win over a quality team.Monday night the Bears answered the question by waltzing into Cowboys Stadium and throttling the Dallas Cowboys 34-18, to improve to 3-1 on the season.The offense needed a half to get going, but the defense...
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The Jacksonville Jaguars were once upon a time a playoff caliber of a team every season when they had Mark Brunell and David Garrard as their quarterbacks but that was all because of the skill players around them (and one hell of a defense...
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And Booooooom goes the dynamite! That wasn't the sound of Tony Romo coming back to earth, but instead the sudden outburst of fantasy points. They were plentiful this weekend. Garbage touchdowns galore (Brandon Lloyd and Dwayne Bowe) and points through the air we have been waiting for all season. The presence of Ed Hochuli's massively...
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So this is what a real offense looks like?
Bears fans have waited patiently to see their new look offense and the potential it has. Well Bears fans, here it is. But is it finally here to stay?
After struggling for most of the first three weeks of the NFL season, the Bears finally flashed the offensive threat that...