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On paper, this game appears to be a mismatch. One team is 5th in the NFL rushing the ball and the other team is 25th against the run so the New York Jets should blow out the Buffalo Bills? No, the Bills are the team ranked fifth in the NFL running the ball and are currently sitting atop the AFC East, a half-game ahead of the New England Patriots while the Jets are the team struggling to find their identity this season.
Look at the New York Jets wins. An opening week win which should have been a loss until Cowboys QB Tony Romo throws another turnover late. A drubbing of a very poor Jacksonville Jaguars team starting Luke McCown at quarterback. A Monday night home victory over a dismal Miami Dolphins team and a win over a turnover prone San Diego Chargers team by 6 points.
All three losses for the 4-3 New York Jets? On the road.
Buffalo is running an explosive offense right now averaging over 31 points per game at home. Yes, Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick will have to face off...
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People call me immature. I guess I can’t argue that when I write articles based on CBS analyst Charlie Casserly mistakenly calling, Tony Romo, “Tony Homo.” It’s totally unjustifiable considering Romo has had several amazingly hot girlfriends and a pageant-winning wife, whom he impregnated, but Homo does rhyme with Romo, so I definitely giggled.
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If you were to replace the first letter of my name with another, the error wouldn't be that glaring. Foergs? No big deal. Now, when you screw up Tony Romo's name like CBS analyst Charlie Casserly did on Sunday, it's not that big of a deal, but it's quite comical. If you watch long enough, he thought so too.
Granted, we're pretty sure Casserly doesn't have...
Tony Romo shook off a horribly inefficient first half to throw for a pair of touchdowns, leading the Dallas Cowboys to a 23-13 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
A consistant QB Tony Romo with alot of help from non-fluke rookie running back DeMarco Murray took care of the stingy Seahawks. This was a game the Cowboys needed to win and they did not disappoint.
The Cowboys did start out slow and were tied at the half 6 - 6 because Dez Bryant could not hold onto the ball as he tried to score with 6 minutes to go in the half. The Seahawks...
Tony Romo shook off a horribly inefficient first half to throw two touchdown passes, leading the Dallas Cowboys to a 23-13 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
As the Seahawks head to Dallas to take on the Cowboys this Sunday, I thought it would be fun to look back at one of the most blissful moments in franchise history: Our 21-20 win over Dallas in the 2006 NFC Wild Card game.. You know, the one where this happened: I rank that game as the 4th greatest victory in Seahawks history, after the 2005 NFC Championship, the 2010 Wild Card win...
Tony Romo wasn't at his best, but throwing for two TDs helped Dallas get the win.
Colts are left as the only winless team after losing to Saints while 49ers win their sixth in a row and Tony Romo leads Cowboys to a victory.ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Mark Sanchez threw a touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes, and the New York Jets' sturdy defense forced three turnovers in a 27-11 victory over the Buffalo Bills in a key AFC East midseason showdown Sunday.