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Another year, another let down for the Bears and Cowboys. When will these two organizations realize they don't need their QBs? I'm not saying that these teams are horrible. Both teams have enough talent to win a Super Bowl without their respected quarterbacks. NFL teams have been committed to their QBs over the years, but teams have won Super Bowls because they parted ways. QB Aaron Rodgers replaced beloved Packer Brett Farve, and Aaron Brooks, Michael Vick's 2nd cousin, was a QB favorite in New Orleans until Drew Brees came along. Both the Packers and Saints went on to win a Super Bowl.Chicago Bears I don't like putting down football players from my home state of Georgia, but Cutler is not a winner. As a Bears QB, Cutler has a 32-21 record as a starter. The problem, Cutler has a 10-18 record against teams with winning records. The Bears don't have a game manager where Cutler is concerned. All we hear from fans and the media is that Cutler doesn't have an off...
BEST OF MAXIM
Following another disappointing season, the Dallas Cowboys
should part ways with quarterback Tony Romo this offseason, according to Gil Brandt of NFL.com.
Everybody says they don't read the paper, they don't listen
to the radio or watch TV, but I don't think that's true. I think they do. When
everybody in Cowboys Nation is saying that Dallas has to get rid of Romo...
Jay Cutler threw for 257 yards and a touchdown and helped seal the game with a late scramble, and the Chicago Bears kept their playoff hopes alive - for now - with a 26-24 win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
Chicago (10-6) still needs a Minnesota loss to Green Bay to reach the postseason. The win by the Bears eliminated the defending champion New York Giants from the playoff picture...
Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News writes that Cowboys’ plans to re-sign QB Tony Romo to a long-term contract extension “hasn’t changed” with last weekends loss to the Washington Redskins.
“We have a great belief of Tony Romo as our quarterback,” said head coach Jason Garrett on Tuesday. “We all know that we want to take the next step, and Tony is going...
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.
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...
Captain Comeback Scott Kacsmar sums up the 2012 NFL season in clutch wins with a review of all 32 teams. In Week 17, Tony Romo blew it, while the Vikings stunned Green Bay. Also: the “Drive of the Year.”
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...
The 2012-13 season was yet another disappointing season, to say the least, for Chicago Bears fans.
Bears fans saw their team become the first since 1996 to miss the playoffs after starting the season 7-1.
I, along with many other fans, was very optimistic about the Bears’ playoff chances at the beginning of the season. Jay Cutler was healthy, we finally had a true number one receiver...
Following another disappointing season, Dallas Cowboys owner
and general manager Jerry Jones said changes will be coming in the next few
weeks during an interview with 105.3 The Fan.
“If you don’t do something, almost unconventional, then you
really don’t break out of that cycle,” said Jones, who then highlighted the
Herschel Walker trade of 1989. “But how do we somehow...