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Larry Brown Sports:
As if watching Tony Romo throw three interceptions wasn’t bad enough, NBC decided to rub Sunday night’s painful 28-18 loss in the face of Cowboys fans by letting “Hail to the Redskins” play for a minute following Alfred Morris’ touchdown run to ice the game in the fourth quarter. Redskins fans were understandably thrilled that the team was about to beat its rivals to win the NFC East and reach the playoffs for the first time since 2007, but did NBC have to leave the camera on the band for that long? That seemed excessive. America’s fans couldn’t have been happy.
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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...
Cowboys QB Tony Romo probably didn't sleep too well on Sunday night. His interception with three minutes to go in the fourth quarter set up a Redskins touchdown and may have cost Dallas the game.Fantasy Spin:This isn't the first time we've seen Romo fold under pressure. The Dallas quarterback is now 1-6 all-time in elimination games. He finished the night with two touchdowns...
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’s third interception against the Redskins cost the Cowboys a chance to win the game and reach the playoffs.
Roger Staubach led the Cowboys to two Super Bowls. He capped off his great career by leading the Cowboys to a win over Washington after trailing 34-21 in the fourth quarter in a regular-season finale with the NFC East on the line.
Tony Romo has led the Cowboys...
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.”
On the legs of Alfred Morris, Skins claim first NFC East title since 1999. [Boz]
Morris stat line: 33 carries, 200 yards, three TDs. Workhorse. [CSNW]
Playing second fiddle for perhaps first time ever, RGIII delivered. [USAT]
Redskins’ Haslett calls great game, including blitz in 4th quarter. [Insider]
Skins host Seattle next Sunday at 4:30 in Wild Card playoff game. Yep. [RR]...
Tonight, the Redskins hosted the Dallas Cowboys in a de-facto NFC East championship game, and the Robert Griffin III led team ground out a a victory, their seventh straight, to win the division for the first time since 1999.
The Redskins didn't throw the ball all over the field, but Griffin was efficient when he was called on to throw. Alfred Morris led the Redskins'...
At my fantasy drafts back in August and September, whenever someone was hemming and hawing over who to pick, I often rather arrogantly shouted out “Alfred Morris is still available.” I generally was rewarded for my trash talk with some confusion, a couple of guffaws (unless it was the seventh or eighth time I brought up his name) or perhaps some ridicule. The drafter would usually...
Now that the fake football season has come to an end, the team here at the Fix chimes in with our annual “End of Season Awards”
In part one, we looked at the biggest bust, waiver wire pickup of the year, biggest injury and “Mr. Reliable.”
Here in part two, we will name the “biggest tease”, “rookie of the year”, “MVP” and an early top ten for 2013.
LANDOVER, Md. -- "R-G-3!" was all Redskins fans needed to chant when they wanted to express their love for Robert Griffin III. For the lesser-known rookie, they opted for his whole name: "Al-fred Mor-ris!"
I've been a Redskins for most of my 37 years on Earth. I started rooting for them as a 7 year old and haven't stopped. Needless to say that I was a bit giddy watching my Redskins win the NFC East for the first time since 1999 ... when I was a young newlywed all of 24 years old.My wife got me a Griffin III jersey for Christmas. She also got my 5 month old son and almost...