Found October 03, 2012 on
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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 my feelings off my chest.They were complaining about how Tony Romo is one of the worst quarterbacks in the league and the Cowboys will never do well as long as they have him.I tried to explain that his bad night wasn't his fault, but they wouldn't listen. I tried to explain that the first interception was because Dez Bryant didn't pay attention to the field and tried to run a double move when the Bears blitzed with seven guys. I tried to explain that Romo expected Bryant to break off his route, and due to the nature of a hitch or slant route, Romo needed to throw the ball before Bryant broke...
BEST OF MAXIM
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...
Thanks to @_Happy_Gilmore we got a picture of what Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo see’s on the field compared to what a typical NFL quarterback see’s. Check out the picture below.
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...
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.
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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Lance Briggs and Charles Tillman returned interceptions for touchdowns and the Chicago Bears beat the Dallas Cowboys 34-18 on Monday night.
Tony Romo threw five interceptions, matching the most in his career. Major Wright had two of the picks, and the one by Briggs came on a wild two-play exchange of turnovers midway through the third quarter.
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...
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...
Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins: This should be an interesting game. Is Miami better than we thought or can Cincy handle their business? Well either way you should use Andy Dalton here.
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...
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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...
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...