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I’m a little late to the Fantasy Football recap this week because it’s the height of horrible trade offer season, when my typically solid and consistent teams start attracting hilariously bad offers from my so-called friends, who continue to wipe their b-holes with my intelligence. For example, just this morning, someone offered me David Wilson for Stevan Ridley. Sure, I’ve been trying desperately to give Ridley away to anyone with the patience that I simply don’t have for his worthless ass (in fantasy, not as a human), but for a guy who was already terrible before suffering a multi-week injury?
I’m sure I’m not the only one who deals with such offers (I consider myself the Fox News of fantasy trades, in that I’m fair and balanced and usually surrounded by shallow blondes) so feel free to unleash your own atrocious offers on us. In the meantime, let’s get to bebopping and skatting all over the guys who sucked in fantasy football this week.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Despite each team’s losing record, the Cowboys-Redskins rivalry will get the national TV treatment (again) on Sunday night. A DC bar is hoping …
According to Dan Steinberg of the DC Sports Bog, a bar in Washington D.C. will be handing out shots every time Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo throws an interception.
“The Skins play the Cowgirls on Sunday Night this week,” Duffy’s Irish Pub posted on its Facebook page this week.
“Everyone wearing Skins gear gets a free shot of Jameson each time Tony Romo throws an interception...
Here I am again taking a look back at another week of fantasy football with a list of what I like to call “Standout Fantasy Performers.” from the NFL Week 5. I’m going to try to be consistent and stick with the same theme. We’re not necessarily looking at which players had the overall best week – although I won’t stray from the subject if necessary – but players who...
The Dallas Cowboys' star quarterback, Tony Romo, is getting a lot of accolades this season as an early MVP candidate for his accuracy, touchdowns and lack of interceptions. Right now he has 13 touchdowns and only 2 interceptions in five games.But at the age of 33 years old and 11 years in the league the question to ask is can he change? There is no simple answer to give because...
Tony Romo continues to get criticized for his late-game failures.
Hall of Famer Roger Staubach isn't one of those pointing the finger at the Cowboys quarterback.
Romo threw for a franchise-record 506 yards and five touchdowns against the Denver Broncos on Sunday, but none of seems to matter after he was picked off in the final minutes of the Cowboys' 51-48 loss.
Football is one of the most complex of team sports, so it should go without saying that a quarterback can’t carry a team on his own. Every unit has to pull its weight. But that important fact often seems to get lost on analysts, commentators, and even fans. Just in case we had been silly […]The post CQBR: Tony Romo spectacular in Week 5 — and loses by Water Cooler Sports Staff...
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett made the unusual admission that quarterback Tony Romo made a bad decision when he threw a critical interception at the end of Sunday's loss to Denver.
With two minutes left and the scored tied, 48-48, the Cowboys faced second-and-16 at their own 14. Romo threw downfield to rookie tight end Gavin Escobar who was surrounded by three Broncos defenders...
Juan’s In the Pistol With
Tony Romo vs Redskins
Romo went nuts last week with over 500 yards and 5 TDs, you may have heard about it. This week he gets the lowly Redskin D that is getting shredded like a block of mild cheddar evert week.
Andrew Luck at Chargers
Luck is pretty much matchup proof as indicated by his nice work the Seabirds last week. The Chargers can’t...
Week 5 recap below!
HALL OF FAMERS
Tony Romo put up massive numbers on Sunday — 5 TDs, 506 yards, and of course that one very Romoesque INT that cost the Cowboys the game. But what’s interesting is that aside from the INT, it was still a banner day for Romo and the kind of performance fantasy owners dream of. Using ESPN’s standard scoring, Romo put up 40 points! Unfortunately...
This is just awesome. I love the smack talk and it’s not much risk for the pub since the Redskins D has been abysmal this season. It won’t be a repeat of last week, but look for plenty of fireworks and a huge fantasy day for all involved.
Tony Romo Has the Best Game of His Life…
Tony Romo Has a Question Regarding Obamacare (Meme)
For 58 minutes Sunday, Tony Romo was, without question, the best quarterback on a field he shared with Peyton Manning. Then, with the game on the line and the ball in Romo’s hands, disaster. From Pro Football Focus:
Even with his end of game INT, the +8.9 grade we gave Tony Romo is highest of season for any QB
It’s really amazing isn’t it?
Tony Romo is criminally underrated. When discussing the league’s top quarterbacks he’s never mentioned within even the top-10, yet in his five full seasons as a starter, he has finished fifth, eighth, eighth, fourth and 10th in passer rating. This year, he’s second, thanks in large part to a legendary performance last week against Denver. Yes, it was legendary. I don’t care...
The Broncos and Jaguars got into a bit of a Twitter war this week, only building even more excitement for quite possibly the most lopsided victory in NFL history. But last week’s shootout in Dallas was equally as entertaining.
Peyton Manning and Tony Romo combined for 920 passing yards and 10 total touchdowns. The Broncos and Cowboys also combined for 58 first downs and 99 points...
It feels like the Redskins are on the brink, but they are not. Not by the numbers, anyway.
They lost six times last season and won the division. A team could win the NFC Least with eight losses. Washington could "give" three to five losses in the next twelve games and still make the playoffs.
The contest against the Cowboys Sunday might be one of those "...
Welcome to the Bluths Explain Football.
For the uninitiated, this is easily the most unnecessary column you'll read on line this week month ever.
The Bluths are returning from hiatus, as they are want to do from time to time.
Freed from the shackles of the AFC South, they now offer their special wisdom to the entire NFL.
For those not familiar with this series, much like...