Found December 13, 2011 on
Lone Star Struck:
Ok I have read the past few posts of my fellow fans and bloggers. One thing is really starting to bother me about this sunday’s game. That you are blaming Romo for this loss. It was NOT Romo’s fault we lost this game. He got the job done. When we needed him too, he drove the team down the field, made the plays and got HIS job done. How is throwing for 321 yards with 4 touchdowns and 0 interceptions his fault??? SERIOUSLY???
IT WAS NOT ROMO THAT LOST US THIS GAME!!!!!! It was our defense, OH WAIT we decided that during this game we would not even play defense. Our lack of defense in this game was the cause of our loss. I mean we had a 12 point lead with just over 5 minutes left in the game. All we had to do was stop them ONE TIME..ONCE!!!! and we did not do that. Rob Ryan is to blame. Our safety coach is to blame. Our defensive backs coach is to blame. Our linebackers coach is to blame. Our defensive line coach is to blame. Our ENTIRE defense is to blame. I don’t even think that this time we can put blame on the head coach, or any of the offense AT ALL. OUR DEFENSE IS PATHETIC!!!!!!!!!!!!
BOTTOM LINE ENOUGH SAID.
I will FOREVER be a fan of our Cowboys, but am willing to tell the truth when it needs to be done. If we get LUCKY enough to make it to the playoffs, our defense will lose us another game with the elite teams in the playoffs unless there is a DRAMATIC change made.
BEST OF MAXIM
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Rob Ryan, Your Defense Sucks! - The Landry Hat - The Landry Hat - A Dallas Cowboys Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Rob Ryan really hasn't improved anything on the defensive side of the ball, and his defense's failure may have cost the Cowboys the NFC East title.
The Cowboys gave up 37 points to the Giants Sunday night, including two touchdowns in the final six minutes. Instead of blaming Tony Romo, Jason Garrett, or Dallas’ typical December collapses, NFL analyst Keyshawn Johnson says the defense is the big problem. Specifically, he says Rob Ryan’s complicated playbook is a concern for the team. [...]
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