Found December 15, 2012 on Checkdown Chatter:
PLAYERS: Tony RomoDez Bryant
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
Each week we pick a matchup where public opinion backs the wrong side of the ledger. This week, I’m picking the Cowboys for two reasons: Dez Bryant and Tony Romo. The duo have been unstoppable of late and while Pittsburgh boasts a strong pass defense and Bryant is dealing with a significant injury to his finger I think that the quarterback and receiver will continue to play at a high level against the Steelers. At home against the Chargers last week Pittsburgh's top ranked defense clearly missed Ike Taylor and he'll be off the field again this week which could lead to a big outing for Romo and his receivers...
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