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Football is a rough sport, both literally and figuratively speaking, and no one knows this better than the Dallas Cowboys.
Since Tony Romo emerged as the franchize's starting quarterback in 2006, the Cowboys have been under more scrutiny than any other team in the NFL. This is partially due to the label of being "America's team," but the bigger issue is the fact that Dallas has not lived up to expectations in the postseason under Romo.
With that said, we now take a look at the most loved and hated players of the Cowboys and as a result of Dallas being an underachiever, it is only fitting to start this list with the team's most hated.
MOST HATED PLAYERS
1. Tony Romo, Quarterback
Romo is the single most hated player on Dallas for a few reasons— he went out with Jessica Simpson and was accused at times of having a cavalier attitude towards football, he has been known to choke late in games, and he has failed to lead the Cowboys deep in the playoffs.
BEST OF MAXIM
NO IFS ANDS OR BUTTS
A woman is suing the Cowboys for injuries suffered to her backside after she sat on a hot bench while waiting to watch a team scrimmage outside Cowboys Stadium in 2010.
During the Dallas Cowboys' preseason opener against the Oakland Raiders, Tony Romo found himself under pressure on several occasions. Romo is truly brilliant improvising after a play breaks down.
In times of trouble, Jason Witten is usually Romo's go-to-guy.
Unfortunately for Witten, he took a hard hit in Oakland. The hit was clean, yet damaging.
Witten left the game with...
OXNARD, Calif. Jason Wittens spleen injury has the Dallas Cowboys scrambling for help at the tight end position while also hoping the All-Pros recovery does not impact his availability for the teams regular-season opener on Wednesday, Sept. 4 against the Giants.
In Monday's preseason game at Oakland, the star tight end caught a short pass from pressured quarterback Tony Romo...
Yes, J.R. Ewing brought his drama back to Dallas this season on TNT. Still, I don't think it will match the drama coming out of Cowboys Stadium this year. Why?
Kyle Orton specializes in drama and he is the new backup quarterback to Tony Romo.
You may remember Orton got caught up in the "Guiding Tebow Light" drama last season with the Denver Broncos.
After a mediocre...
Jerry Jones the owner is placing the blame for a struggling offensive line on Jerry Jones the general manager. During an interview Thursday with NFL.com, Jones said the offensive line is "probably where I've let us down most."
"The O-line, if I look back the last two years, if I had some mulligans or some re-dos, I might've done that differently," he...
Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten will take the next 10 days off while he deals with a lacerated spleen reports Albert Breer on Twitter. The injury in question happened after Witten was crushed by Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain in Monday night’s preseason opener.
A lacerated spleen isn’t quite as bad as a ruptured spleen but is still a very serious injury, one that could sideline...
The Dallas Cowboys have been held back by poor offensive line play over the last few years and even though they made it a priority this offseason, it appears the team – at least temporarily – is back to square one. You can expect that to directly affect their game plan as they prepare for the San Diego Chargers in Week 2 of the preseason. Dallas Cowboys @ San Diego Chargers The...
According to Matt Mosley of FOX Sports Southwest, Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is "fully healed" from his broken ankle and has been "the most impressive offensive player to watch in training camp."Fantasy Spin:Running backs coach Skip Peete thinks Murray will be utilized more in the passing game this season, as he has "improved his concentration"...
The 5th round marked a time for owners to gamble on a few RBs with question marks as Roy Helu and Frank Gore seem to be trending downward as we approach September. The depth at the QB position was apparent once again as Mike Vick (considered a first round fantasy talent last preseason) and Tony Romo were left in the green room until the completion of round 5.