Found February 06, 2012 on
Fox Sports Southwest:
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo tweeted during Sunday's Super Bowl via @StarterBrand.
The face of the sports apparel franchise gave his football insight during the Giants' 21-17 victory over the Patriots while also letting his fans know that he was "frustrated" by the Cowboys not being on the big stage.
"Frustrated I'm not playing, watching w fam in Dallas," was Romo's first offering before the contest got underway.
He then used three tweets to give his opinion on what was unfolding on the field.
After the game, Romo included a photo of him watching from a couch and again added that he was "frustrated" that he was not playing, but mentioning that "next season starts now."
"Very Tough loss for the patriots and I'm sure this will eat at them for long time...man, i'm ready to start next season," were Romo's closing comments.
Click here to read each of Romo's six tweets.
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