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Who Wants To Talk About Tony Romo?

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by zimbo, Oct 3, 2011.

  1. zimbo

    zimbo Friend of Leo's

    Jan 15, 2007
    Rochester, NY
    I'd say after yesterdays embarassment to the Cowboys every sports media is going to be after Tony Romo in a feeding frenzy. He's the best, he's the worst. I think he's just not a great quarterback like Aikman or Staubach and Dallas just needs to realize that. Having said that I wonder what his future will be in Dallas. I wouldn't be surprised to see him traded.

    As I heard Bob Costas say this morning, this is entertainment at it's very best.
     
  2. Post Toastie

    Post Toastie Poster Extraordinaire

    Jul 16, 2008
    California
    I love the look he gave Jerry Jones after Jerry tried to pat him on the back in the 4th quarter.
     
  3. telex76

    telex76 Doctor of Teleocity

    Age:
    65
    Jun 24, 2006
    Fort Worth,Tx.
    I laughed until my sides ached. I don't dislike Romo, but I hate Jerry Jone's Cowboys.

    Romo is like everything else associated with Jones; way over hyped. No heart, no guts.
     
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  5. emu!

    emu! Poster Extraordinaire

    He probably got paid...no matter what the score. Maybe they should ONLY pay those players IF they win. That'll put a fire inside them.

    No mo' Romo
     
  6. ' burn 08

    ' burn 08 Tele-Afflicted

    Feb 26, 2011
    Decatur, AL
    I was wondering if there was going to be a Tony Romo thread today.
     
  7. TeleKato

    TeleKato Friend of Leo's

    Mar 28, 2011
    Naples, FL
    Greatest quarterback in the history of the world. NOT.

    I don't get this whole Tony Romo thing. Sorry ... I'd never heard of him before he took over a few years back. And to compare him to Manning, or Brady, or Brees ... insipid.
     
  8. Post Toastie

    Post Toastie Poster Extraordinaire

    Jul 16, 2008
    California
    Is it alright to compare him to Donovan McNabb? :rolleyes:
     
  9. dented

    dented Poster Extraordinaire

    Apr 17, 2006
    Back at the Beach
    :lol:

    McNabb 0-4 (fan here) downright disgusting. But Tony Nomo just can't be consistent. He had 2 very good games leading up to this embarassment. I don't like the Jerry Jones show so I wish them a quick demise. But Nomo just doesn't seem like the guy who studies film and takes the extra hours throwing to the receivers. He is more like the guy who takes everyone to dinner and gets them drunk and picks up the tab. And I don't care what you say, he is not as good as McNabb either even if DM is going out downhill. At least DM will get considered for the HOF.
     
  10. Mjark

    Mjark Poster Extraordinaire

    Feb 14, 2011
    Annapolis, MD
    Whatever...as long as the Cowboys keep losing.
     
  11. Commodore 64

    Commodore 64 Friend of Leo's

    Age:
    40
    Mar 1, 2010
    Kent, OH
    Make a list of all the QB's you'd rather have than Romo. (Browns Fan here). I'll just do it off the top of my head:

    Brady
    Brees
    Rogers
    Ryan
    The kid from Tampa Bay
    Flacco
    Manning 1
    Manning 2
    Rivers

    Ok I'm about out of ideas, I'm sure I missed a couple good ones (I purposely omitted Roethlispuker).

    So, yeah, I think Romo is in the top 10 of the QBs in the league. I think Dallas has more problems than Romo. I'd take him on the Browns in a second. But I'm just glad to see the Blowboys stinking up the field.
     
  12. elicross

    elicross Poster Extraordinaire

    Aug 26, 2010
    SC
    Tony Romo's okay, but his BBQ is awful.








    :eek:
     
  13. emu!

    emu! Poster Extraordinaire

    Maybe he's secretly still seeing Jessica Simpson.
     
  14. Brother Rob

    Brother Rob Tele-Holic

    956
    Jun 30, 2010
    Detroit
    By whom, Donovan McNabb?
     
  15. rcole_sooner

    rcole_sooner Poster Extraordinaire

    Feb 12, 2010
    Norman, OK
    I thought Romo showed heart last week, but that was not enough this week.
     
  16. StoogeSurfer

    StoogeSurfer Tele-Afflicted

    Jan 26, 2011
    USA
    Well I'll tell you this much, he's no Rex Grossman.
     
  17. tazzboy

    tazzboy Former Member

    May 5, 2005
    Oregon
    You mean Tony OH NO. That's what I call him when he makes a boneheaded decision like throwing an int or fumbling the ball.
     
  18. Mike Eskimo

    Mike Eskimo Doctor of Teleocity

    Age:
    52
    Nov 9, 2008
    Detroit
    Romo ?

    He was just a victim of circumstance.

    It could have been a zombie Roger Staubach or one of the Transformers at QB

    Cowboys were gonna lose either way.

    They were playing the LIONS !

    4 and 0.
     
  19. voodoo_idol

    voodoo_idol Friend of Leo's

    Mar 1, 2009
    Pasadena, CA
    Here's my take on this (yes I'm a McNabb fan). If you look at the main QB stats, McNabb is on track to finish in the top 5 or 10 all-time in several important stats (yds, tds, int. %, etc.). That is assuming he gets another 2-3 years playing time, whether as a starter or active sub. He's 34. QBs can play until 39-40 (see Farve, Moon, Evans, etc.), so if he finds the right situation I think he'll get the games in. If MN doesn't work out, I hope he finds a better landing spot.

    He had many great years in Philly playing with a good O-line and average receivers (with good receiving RBs). He was also handicapped in Philly by consistently numbskull play calling (if you're an Eagles fan you know what I'm talking about). Since then, he's played in DC and MN with horrible O-lines and below average receivers (and in DC no RBs and an O-coordinator who didn't like him), so hardly the recipe for success.

    QBs are not islands -- no matter how much talent, they have to have a quality supporting cast to succeed. One thing about the Mannings, Brees, Brady is they always play behind awesome O-lines and usually with above-average receivers. An extra second in the pocket with receivers that can get separation makes all the difference in how we as fans perceive a QB's talent.
     
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