Found December 30, 2012 on
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Well, football fans in roughly 16 hours the 2012 NFL regular season will be in the history books. This season has been full of more ups-and-downs; and twists-and-turns than a daytime opera. The ending is only fitting that the last game of the season will determine the final division winner and playoff spot.With the NFC East up for grabs in prime-time on Sunday night the Dallas Cowboys (8-7) once again have a chance to make miracles happen.It's been a long road for the Cowboys with some exciting wins and disappointing losses. This season has been clouded by off the field issues and injuries to key players. No matter what has happened from week to week head coach Jason Garrett has put a team on the field ready to play.The Cowboys have been dealing with injuries since before training camp began. Corner back Michael Jenkins entered training camp recovering from surgery and seems like that is where it all started. By the time week 1 started there were 14 different players listed on t...
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The Cowboys have only one way to make the playoffs this week.
We've made it to the last week of the season. There is still a lot to figure out in both Conferences and a couple teams still in the playoff hunt.
Here's a look at the Week 17 Final Playoff Scenarios:
Locked-up: Atlanta Falcons (South, #1 Seed, home-field throughout); Green Bay Packers (NFC North...
Let's start with the obvious: when these Dallas and Washington teams met on Thanksgiving, the Cowboys were undermanned on offense. They had fill-ins working on the offensive line, lost Miles Austin early and were without DeMarco Murray. In the games final 20 minutes offense was hardly the problem as Dallas rallied to draw the game close but as Washington was pulling out to a...
Cowboys QB Tony Romo probably didn't sleep too well on Sunday night. His interception with three minutes to go in the fourth quarter set up a Redskins touchdown and may have cost Dallas the game.Fantasy Spin:This isn't the first time we've seen Romo fold under pressure. The Dallas quarterback is now 1-6 all-time in elimination games. He finished the night with two touchdowns...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network (via NFL.com), the Dallas Cowboys don’t plan on making any coaching changes in the offseason, but could decide to bring in an offensive coordinator next season to call plays for Jason Garrett.“TheCowboys intend to keep Jason Garrett, I have not heard this morning that that has changed,” Rapoport told NFL Network’s “Around...
LANDOVER, Md. There was a time when a game like Sunday would not have weighed so heavily on Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, where this 28-18 loss to The Redskins that ended their season and sent Washington the playoffs would have been explained away. This is the guy who, somewhat infamously, declared that "if this is the worst thing that ever happens to me, I will have lived...
Tony Romo had a great December until it was time to change his narrative. Three picks when he could have finally made something else of himself than a choking clownfraud. A streak of wins that would have at last instilled him in the minds of fans as something other than an abject failure when it counts. But is was all for naught.
Good night, sweet price of Derpmania.
The post Romo...
According to ESPNDallas.com, during Sunday night’s loss to the Redskins, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered a crack rib on his right side after being hit by Redskins’ cornerback Josh Wilson in the second quarter.
Well the good news is that the season is over and Romo will have some time to get healthy and have another crack at the playoffs next season.
Same song, just another verse. Tony Romo and his Dallas Cowboys entered the final week of the season with a chance to make the postseason and failed.
There are plenty of reasons and enough excuses to go around. All those injuries going into the game. All those injuries during the game. Pulled muscles and broken bones spread through the ranks of this Cowboys team in 2012 like the...
Tony Romo’s third interception against the Redskins cost the Cowboys a chance to win the game and reach the playoffs.
Roger Staubach led the Cowboys to two Super Bowls. He capped off his great career by leading the Cowboys to a win over Washington after trailing 34-21 in the fourth quarter in a regular-season finale with the NFC East on the line.
Tony Romo has led the Cowboys...
Tony Romo went full Romo for most of first quarter, derping out two Romoceptions, twice as many as he’d thrown the rest of December. The first of which he overthrew Kevin Ogletree then proceeded to berate Ogletree for it, LIKE A TRUE LEADER. But the Redskins could not take advantage. Kai Forbath doinked one off an upright. The pistol offense and the read option were actually things...