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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER 06: Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys looks to throw a pass against the New York Giants on December 6, 2009 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Giants defeated the Cowboys 31-24. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
LANDOVER, Md. There was a time when a game like Sunday would not have weighed so heavily on Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, where this 28-18 loss to The Redskins that ended their season and sent Washington the playoffs would have been explained away. This is the guy who, somewhat infamously, declared that "if this is the worst thing that ever happens to me, I will have lived a good life" after a season-ending loss to Philly a couple of year ago. There is a cumulative effect to failure, though, and Romo has been on the losing end of so many of these win-or-go-home games now that the scars have added up. Have taken their toll. Or this is what it looked like as he slowly and gingerly walked to his locker late Sunday. This seemed like a quarterback finally broken by coming up short. "I feel as though I let our team down," Romo said, referring to his late-game interception down . "We've done such a good job in those last 5-10 minutes, like I said, to win a lot of games and we were back...
1 Comment:
  • Your comments are over the top. If memory serves me right, over the past 15 seasons, including 2012, the Cowboys are 122 and 118. This ia a .500 team, year in and year out. Doesn't matter who the quarterback is. The whole team loses and the whole team wins. Compare the various groups, recvng, linebackng, def line, o line to the 49ers, or Packers, etc and see how you grade the cowboys out.
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