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  • #31
    nope Romo is the QB for at least 4-5 more years, barring injury

    Deal with it

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    • #32
      Originally posted by M.O.T.H. View Post
      No way. We killed them on the ground and yet he abandons the run. It's insane, anyone can see that we werent having success through the air. If that's the case, and you're getting first downs in two plays on the ground. Just run. Garrett is way too damn pass happy, as always. They didnt show that they could stop the run all game long and yet, we passed a few more times than we ran. It may have been a one play difference but, this was a game to stick with the running game all night. They couldnt stop it.
      When did he abandon the run?

      You are repeating jibberish.

      Look at the last two drives and tell me where he abandoned the run?

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      • #33
        ugh. Tony isnt getting benched anytime soon and rightfully so.

        Thanks BoneKrusher^

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Shockey+Manning=Shocking View Post
          Maybe, but when it was all said and done, you guys had the lead, with Garrett calling a hell of a series. Your defense got owned on the last drive. Bad luck also contributed with that tipped pass.
          GMen got a few breaks too.

          Every tip went your way. Manningham twice. Phillips.

          GMen have serious problems on that D.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Im_a_Romosexual View Post
            nope Romo is the QB for at least 4-5 more years, barring injury

            Deal with it
            That should be fun to watch.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by M.O.T.H. View Post
              ugh. Tony isnt getting benched anytime soon and rightfully so.
              Rightfully so????

              Romo has pretty much sucked since his injury last year.

              Don't let last week fool you.

              Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Philly, Today ......

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              • #37
                So we go from Romo leading us basically to victory in the Tampa game last week to throwing him under the bus and wanting him benched after losing by 2? You really want Kitna in there?

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                • #38
                  And not only is Romo awful, the D sucks too.

                  Eli played pitch and catch the entire evening.

                  Safeties were non existent. ILB on pass coverage not existent.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Gribble View Post
                    So we go from Romo leading us basically to victory in the Tampa game last week to throwing him under the bus and wanting him benched after losing by 2? You really want Kitna in there?
                    Anyone who saw that game objectively understands Romo was not throwing very well either.

                    Those plays were broken coverage by Tampa for the most past except for Austin's play.

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                    • #40
                      I have no problems with Garrett this game, from my perspective he called a great game, Romo has just got to know when to calm down which I thought he was focusing on this season, but it was like a snowball effect with the turnovers. You can't win games when your QB is turning the ball over like that, there is no excuse for it at all and if he wants to be the starter he's got to understand that at some point.


                      Wtf was that bomb to Hurd with a deep safety staring down Hurd in the face? I mean those are avoidable, there's nothing there, it's like a brain lapse or something....He got it together enough to give us the lead, but he's got to cut back on those.


                      Anthony Spencer's motor was terrible and he played like **** for a huge portion of that 4th quarter, after awhile he was coming off the edge wide as hell and just getting pushed out of the pocket like nothing, it was pathetic...He made some great players tonight, so I know he has that in him but he was running completely hot and cold especially when we needed him most.


                      I would of liked to see us at least try to go to Roy more on short routes to let him run after the catch, I know he had that TD that be could of possibly got both feet in for, but we didn't even try to get him involved to see if he can make a play...I don't think a few balls is asking much, and it's something to get Tony into a groove.


                      I don't think were in terrible shape, we have got alot of concerns but so do other teams, we have to show we can bounce back from a tough loss and come out ready to play vs Carolina...I'm more worried about how we play in December then September, but it's disappointing seeing a game we should have won slip away.


                      More then anything that happened I'm very upset that Romo can still make that many turnovers in one game, no matter how good you are you can't overcome that stuff...Throw it out of bounds, take a sack, anything is better then what he's doing..He shouldn't get benched, I don't want a new QB, I just want him to get taht lesson pounded into his head.


                      Also not impressed with our 3rd down defense very much at all, pressure hasn't been reaching the QB at all it seems like. Demarcus Ware sighting?





                      Originally posted by Scott Wright
                      I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by herniateddisc View Post
                        When did he abandon the run?

                        You are repeating jibberish.

                        Look at the last two drives and tell me where he abandoned the run?
                        Abandoned the run, in the sense that he didnt stick with it the whole game. I'm sorry, it was a poorly called game. Like I said, there was not one time all game, where they showed they could stop the run. And yet, he has Tony Romo, who is having an abysmal game, chucking again and again. He loves the pass, regardless of what his backers are doing for him. He can be a good one but, he is stubborn as hell.

                        And he needs to get Felix more involved. Pretty hilarious that other fans are even ragging on him for this in the other thread. Its become a bit of a joke. We need to get him the ball.
                        Last edited by M.O.T.H.; 09-20-2009, 11:12 PM.

                        Thanks BoneKrusher^

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by herniateddisc View Post
                          Anyone who saw that game objectively understands Romo was not throwing very well either.

                          Those plays were broken coverage by Tampa for the most past except for Austin's play.
                          And the broken coverages were taken advantage of by Romo... If that's an indictment of him then that's weak.

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                          • #43
                            I thought Sensy played a good game...no big plays...no missed tackles. He did his job...only gave up that pass to boss which he was in good position.

                            Where the hell is Ware? They weren't chipping him much and he still wasn't collapsing the pocket. Ratliff is a player...but other than that I came away disappointed

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                            • #44
                              It's not a coincidence that undrafted QBs usually don't have success long enough to be consistent. And Romo isn't Warner.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by dpl85 View Post
                                It's not a coincidence that undrafted QBs usually don't have success long enough to be consistent. And Romo isn't Warner.
                                Obviously... because our undrafted free agent QB hasn't been a part of us scoring more than 30 points in both our games this year... And isn't what... 28-13 as a starter?

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