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After Tony Romo and the Cowboys put up a stinker against the Bears on Monday Night Football, former Redskins QB and NFL Network analyst, Joe Theismann, took to the media: “Sooner or later we have to come to the realization that Tony Romo isn’t a very good quarterback,” he told the Brady & Lang Show on Sportsnet 590 The Fan in Toronto.
““Just because he wears a star on his helmet, we all think people who are Dallas Cowboys, ‘Ooh they’re wonderful’…They’re full of bologna. Tony makes bad decisions with the football,” Theismann added.
Even Jerry Jones wasn’t saved from the wrath of Theismann:
“It took him five years too long to change the offensive line, which isn’t very good. It took him three years too long to change his secondary. He’ll do the same thing again. This is what happens when you’re not a football guy. You have to ask yourself, ‘Is the owner holding back this football team with football decisions?’ And I think yes.”
Predictably, Theismann would later apolo
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Joe Theismann finally said what so many football fans have been thinking after the Bears crush the Cowboys on Monday Night Football game earlier this week.
“Tony (Romo)’s not a very good quarterback.”
These are the words we were waiting for an NFL analyst to finally speak, because they are true.
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