Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Imagine being just another white dude at a Dallas Jewish Community Center and you show up Wednesday night for open gym and Dallas Cowboys starting QB Tony Romo is looking to run – against your team. Hell yes, you bring your shutdown, Bruce Bowen defensive game that night. Or you taunt the guy. That was the scenario Wednesday, according to those at the JCC.

Here’s what we don’t understand about Romo and his fascination with playing semi-competitive sports like soccer and basketball during the offseaon. He’s one rouge a**hole cheap shot away from a torn ACL. Sure, you can’t go through life scarred to get injured at the JCC, but we’re talking about a guy who has yet to deliver anything more than one playoff victory.

Years are starting to become priceless.

Say some rouge Redskins fan just happens to be in Dallas and decides to use his mobile JCC pass to hit the gym. Kenny figures he’ll shoot some hoops, build up a good sweat and hit the strip club afterwards.

Oh, but looky, Tony Romo is going against Kenny’s pickup team. One thing leads to another during the 2nd quarter and Kenny just happens to go for a strip and rolls over Romo’s right knee.

BOOM!

Don’t say we didn’t warn you, Cowboys fan.

Have you ever played basketball or soccer against Tony Romo? Does he talk sh*t after scoring? Ever thought about taking out his knee? We want to hear about it.

mail@bustedcoverage.com


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