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The Cowboys have a... checkered... recent history when it comes to both late season and postseason play, from a fumbled field goal snap because of Tony Romo's promotion to starter to this year's collapse in the face of massive Redskins blitzes.However, 2012 was not a wholesale collapse or a sign that Romo is a bad quarterback, just a year that came agonizingly close to the postseason.The hope for Cowboys fans started with the recent road win against the Bengals. The 2011 collapse began with a road loss to the Cardinals that should have been a win.The For those that don't remember: Romo took the ball with 2:54 to play in a game tied at 13 and led the Cowboys on a 9 play drive that took the clock to 7 seconds and set up a 49 yard field goal attempt to win the game.You read that right: in 2011, Tony Romo led a last second drive that should have won the game.Dan Bailey made the kick, but the whistle had blown because Jason Garrett had called timeout. Bailey missed the reki...
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Despite his three interceptions in a must-win game on Sunday night against Washington, the Dallas Cowboys still want to sign quarterback Tony Romo to a long-term contract extension.
“We have a great belief of Tony Romo as our quarterback,” said head coach Jason Garrett, via the Dallas Morning News. “Tony has won a lot of big games for us, too, to get us to the point where...
Fans can go a little overboard at times, burning the jerseys of star players on their favorite teams when said player comes up short in a meaningful game, but nothing compares to this irate Cowboys fan who was so incensed at Dallas QB Tony Romo following his 3 INT game against Washington in the season finale, that he chose a much louder, much more unstable way of disposing of his...
The Internet can be a scary place, and this is one of those videos which makes me uncomfortable. Check out the below video of a Cowboys fan who filled up a washing machine with fireworks, put a Tony Romo jersey on it, and then proceeded to shoot it with a rifle. It also seems to be quite the family affair as a young boy and what sounds like a lady also cheer on the destruction...
Jersey burning is so 2012. What’s in for the new year, you ask? Why, explosions, of course!
One enterprising Cowboys fan wanted to dispose of his Tony Romo jersey after another Week 17 meltdown by the Dallas quarterback, so he did what any reasonable fan would do: place the uniform on a washing machine filled with explosives, and then shoot it until it blows up.
Getting rid of...
The Dallas Cowboys (8-8) have a massive and passionate fanbase.
When the team finished the 2012 NFL regular season with a 28-18 loss in the Week 17 battle for the NFC East title against the Washington Redskins on Sunday Night Football, excitement erupted in the nation’s capitol as rookie QB Robert Griffin III and rookie RB Alfred Morris helped to lead Washington to host its first...
After Sunday night’s Redskins – Cowboys NFC East title game, Robert Griffin III told Tony Romo not to listen to all the negative comments and that he’s not a good quarterback.Showtime’s Inside the NFL will air audio live on their show tonight.. @rgiii wired for sound to Romo – “Don’t listen to what anybody else is saying about you. You’re a great quarterback, man...
In Chicago and Philadelphia, years and years of winning but no playoffs this season has cost two NFL head coaches their jobs. In Dallas, coming up short — but still playing for a playoff spot — is apparently bolstering support for quarterback Tony Romo.
Brandon George of the Dallas News says the Cowboys hope to sign Romo to an offseason contract extension. Romo, who has been...
It won’t be an easy offseason for Tony Romo after losing the sixth elimination game of his career. But Robert Griffin III tried to ease the pain for the Cowboys’ quarterback after the Redskins knocked Romo out of playoff contention.
Griffin headed straight for Romo after Sunday night’s game, and told him to ignore his detractors.
“Hey Tony. I just wanted to say to you, don’t...
Following a disappointing season, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said folks in the organization should prepare themselves for an uncomfortable offseason.
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones promised changes Wednesday after his team missed the NFL playoffs after a second straight 8-8 season that concluded Sunday with a loss to the Washington Redskins. "I'm very disappointed. I thought we missed a great opportunity," Jones told KRLD-FM in Dallas. "I can assure our fans this, that it's going...
After the Dallas Cowboys returned home on Monday from their season-ending loss in Washington on Sunday night, everything felt and looked the same.
Jason Garrett survived "Black Monday" and held his usual day-after press conference, still holding the title of head coach.
Tony Romo was still the Cowboys starting quarterback, despite another final-game collapse in which...
As we sift through the rubble of another late-season failure, we are constantly reminded that the defense was hit with circumstances that nearly made their tasks impossible by the end of the year. The inside linebackers were different, the safeties were different, and the defensive line was different than what left training camp. Only the 2 outside linebackers and the 2 starting...
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said he's open to changes and would even give up his play-calling duties.
"We would just talk it through,"Garrett said about about a possible meeting with owner Jerry Jones. "Again, line one for me in the position that I'm in is, 'What's best for the Dallas Cowboys' in every way, shape or form, however we...