Found April 04, 2013 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
When the Cowboys announced last week that they and Tony Romo agreed on a six-year contract extension with $55 million in guaranteed money, the world shat white-hot searing ridicule all over them. And while it’s true that Romo doesn’t suck nearly as much as his staunchest haters will tell you, he has definitely earned his reputation of coming apart in huge moments. It’s gotten to the point that most Cowboys fans despair about the idea of having Romo around for at least the next few years. Surprisingly, some people want to assure them. Not sure why. You’d think we want Cowboys fans as despondent and quiet as possible, but ESPN’s NFC East Blog writer Dan Graziano, usually a pretty solid analyst, is on the task. Reading the whole thing is worth a chuckle, but here are some key phrases: The Cowboys have seen enough good from Romo to warrant hope that he won’t always be bad when they need him the most. Romo’s career is not simply a laundry list of choke jobs. Romo is certainly good enoug...
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