Found January 03, 2012 on Giants Kickoff:
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A very unhappy and angry Dallas Cowboys fan creates this video rant and song dedicated to Tony Romo and the boys. He made the video during the game when the Cowboys were down 14-0, he sings "I really hope the Giants will win, so we never have to see Romo again". After the song he then switches sides and declares his support for the New York Giants! Talk about a pissed off fan! I personally am not a Tony Romo fan, he seems to come up short in big moments but this last game wasn't totally his fault. He threw one INT and a couple of bad balls but the defense really let the Cowboys down not only their QB. I would blame the other loud mouth in the NFL defensive coordinator Rob Ryan. The video is funny, you can hear the guys son in the background asking his dad why he wants the Giants to win and why he wants to burn Tony Romo's jersey, his singing skills are bad though. Here is the clip. Video Pissed Off Cowboys Fan Rant
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