This thread just isn't gonna die is it lol. Suck it up I will being laughing all the way to a packers superbowl and a fresh year from Romo next year.
Can't win with Tony Romo period. So no he is not under anything.
The most under rated player in the NFL is Marshawn Lynch. Sure you hear about him, but dude's a beast and deserves more recognition.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9B1Xv41qZ3k :nod: :guns:
Speaking on Romo, it seems the Cowboys define the meaning of stupidity year in and year out. That is defined by doing the same thing and expecting different results.
Wouldn't you think they know what they have in Romo by now - that they cannot rely on him to shoulder the offense under duress? This might be because they don't have a football guy in charge at GM but instead a guy who's hobby it is to act as one. A real football guy would've fixed this problem long ago and reinforced the OLine for not only better protection but, here's the drum roll, a dedication towards a running game thereby placing less pressure on a guy known for not handling it well. They're halfway there with the drafting of very talented RB's, the problem is they don't use them in big games. Jerry may never learn that balance is paramount to winning big games in December.
Bolster your OLine, use your RB's and use Romo sparingly and he'll be not only more effective, but less damaging. It's the elephant in the room that only he can't see. Blind, blind owner. It's ironic that the team he lost to has recently turned their fortunes completely around through the hiring (and freedom to do his job) of Bruce Allen. It's not too late to learn, Jerry. Look no further than the Redskins who had the other remaining "meddling" owner. He is the NFC East champion.
I think it's because Romo plays for Jerry Jones and the Cowboys. He seems to be the most demanding owner in all of sports. And on top of that, everyone says that the Cowboys are America's team, so that's added pressure...
The Amercia's Team thing has always been a joke and even more so since the Cowboys haven't done much since Aikman and Co. left. Dallas has really lost it's spotlight quite a bit. The last time they were really viewed as a threat was right before Romo was mishandling a simple FG snap.
that linebacker from the vikings
More-Than-Most, teach me your ways. I will be to Bradford what you are to Romo. I will learn from the best, sensei.