Found October 02, 2012 on
Monday night in "Big D" proved to be rather unpleasant for the host Dallas Cowboys as they welcomed in the NFC North's Chicago Bears. Billed as the battle of the two "almost elite" quarterbacks, the Monday night matchup featured Chicago's controversial Jay Cutler and his revamped receiving corps against the Cowboys' charismatic Tony Romo and his promising pass catchers.Although it started out as a low scoring defensive battle that didn't even yield its first field goal until just over four minutes left in the second quarter the Bears' decisive 34-18 victory was again sparked by their relentless pass rush and outstanding secondary play. Chicago's Pro Bowl cornerback, Charles "Peanut" Tillman, snagged Romo's first of five total interceptions late in the second quarter and waltzed into the end zone unscathed for the game's first touchdown. Bouncing right back from his blunder, Romo quickly lead Dallas down the field. His tim...
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The play was on 4th and 1 on the 9 yard line with 1:19 left in the 4th quarter, with the Dallas Cowboys about to go up 23-21 with a Martin Gramatica chip shot. Tony Romo was the backup at the beginning of the season and was the place holder for Gramatica for that season and that game. The snap went off to Romo’s hands, but the ball seemed to slip, causing Gramatica to back off...
Nearly like clockwork, evidence of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler behaving like a douchebag and treating others around him as if they are beneath his contempt and with total derision has once again reared its ugly head. For the second time in as many Bears appearances in a nationally televised game, Cutler was captured treating [...]
CHFF's Justin Henry examines Tony Romo's most brutal loss of his polarizing career as the Bears exploited Dallas' many mistakes, winning 34-18.
When the Chicago Bears meet the Dallas Cowboys Monday night in Texas, both clubs will have more in common than just 2-1 records. Neither club has lived up to lofty preseason expectations. Both the Bears and Cowboys are led by veteran quarterbacks in Jay Cutler and Tony Romo, respectively, who are magnets for criticism yet possess exciting play-making skills. Each has [...]
Everybody wants a Tom Brady, with his confidence, decision-making, work ethic and above average arm strength (not to mention, that chin and hair). Okay, so there’s only one Tom Brady and 96.875% of NFL fans can’t root for him, so what now? Same goes for Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers. The second tier of NFL quarterbacks is kind of a revolving door, where some...
This is going to be a long brutal stretch for the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys (2-2) head into their bye week after Tony Romo's five interceptions in a 34-18 loss to Chicago.
Coach Jason Garrett says the team certainly wishes it could play again right away for a chance to erase the bad taste.
Their only practice before a four-day weekend break will be Wednesday.
Tuesday night after the Cowboys played, I went to a sports bar because I was off; the Rangers were playing, and my brother apparently had found a hangout.While there, I wound up in a short discussion with some Cowboys "fans." I had to break it off because I realized they weren't going to listen to me no matter what I said. That's not going to stop me from getting...
Jay Cutler cant win.
Well, he actually can win football games. A lot of them.
He just cant win with America.
If Peyton Manning screams at an offensive tackle, hes lauded for being an incredible leader and a coach on the field. If Tom Brady gets into it with his offensive coordinator, its OK. Hes just fired up. If Ben Roethlisberger keeps getting up after being sacked seven times...