Found December 13, 2011 on
Well, it didn’t take very long to find my new pet-peeve. It came to fruition on Sunday night, with Candace Crawford bouncing around like a ******* in Tony Romo’s jersey. I hate it. I hate when the WAG wears the husbands jersey in the crowd. It irritates me.
I understand I’m probably a cold-hearted, negative jerkoff, but you don’t like what you don’t like. Yeah, it’s a sweet gesture, and a lovely sign of support, but I’m not into it. I just hope it doesn’t become the new thing like sex-abuse scandals.
Regretfully, here is a little gallery of my new pet-peeve.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Tony Romo is a lightning rod.
When Romo first burst onto the scene in 2006, replacing an ineffective Drew Bledsoe after halftime of a Sunday night game, almost every Dallas Cowboys fan was excited.
But that was then. Now, we are in December of 2011 and the Romo defenders are much fewer and far less vocal than the Romo haters. Or, at least that is the perception.
Tony Romo surpassed 20,000 career yards passing with a 12-yard touchdown pass to tight end John Phillips and the Dallas Cowboys took a 7-5 lead over the New York Giants after the first quarter Sunday night.
Cowboys rookie running back DeMarco Murray had to be helped off the field at the end of an 8-yard run. It appeared that his right ankle got rolled under a defender while being...
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After blowing a 34-22 lead to the Giants with under six minutes to go, Tony Romo acted like a model team leader by taking responsibility for his team’s loss. Just kidding. He threw teammate Miles Austin under the bus. The Cowboys had the ball after allowing the Giants to score a touchdown to make it [...]
It doesn't get much worse than that. In the biggest game of the season, the Cowboys choked it away, falling to the New York Giants, 37-34, on Sunday night.
Here are my thoughts:
1.) This one will sting for a long time. It was such a bad loss that Jerry Jones didn't even take questions after the game. He made about a 30-second statement and walked off. Defensive coordinator...
The Cowboys, with Tony Romo at QB, have exactly one playoff game. The Giants with Eli Manning at QB, have won four – all in the same postseason. In three other postseasons, they were one and done.
To say that both still have much to prove, even though their numbers are impressive, is an understatement. Eli needs to show the world he can still win the big game for the Blue. Romo...
The Dallas Cowboys have placed a quarterback on the injured reserve list. No, not Tony Romo, but second-string quarterback Jon Kitna. Jon Kitna is now finished for the rest of the season after failing to recover from a back injury which has plagued him over the course of the last four weeks. Kitna, 40, is under contract with the Cowboys through the 2013 season, but his...
The football gods giveth and the football gods taketh away. How else do you explain the Dallas Cowboys’ Jekyl and Hyde win-loss record from November to December? No matter what the Cowboys did wrong they couldn’t lose in November and now it seems that no matter what they do right they can’t win in December. I mean look at Tony Romo’s numbers from the last two games. He has...
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. And I am still having a hard time believing what happened in this tale of two cities, two teams, and two football fates.
With a 12-point lead and just over five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the Dallas Cowboys managed to squander what would have been a formidable division lead and lose a gut-wrenching, heart...
If the current Cowboys season was a movie, it would be suspenseful from start to finish. They have produced numerous nail-biting games with 9 games being decided under 7 points with all of them having game-winning scores within the last 2 minutes (or overtime). And even though the movie may not be finished, we can start to evaluate how good these Cowboys...
You look at the quarterback ratings right now and see that Eli Manning is ranked only seventh in the league, three spots behind Tony Romo, two spots back of Matt Schaub of the Texans.