Originally Posted by birdwells1
I agree totally with the first part of your post but it really seems after an int Romo's often telling the wr what they did wrong, usually rightfully so. This time, when Romo has his hands up to demonstrate how he should of attempted to catch it, he was assigning blame.To that was obvious.
I haven't rewatched his reaction on that play, so it may be one where you're able to read more into it than you normally can. Generally, though, people tend to react to that stuff, and they just don't know what's being said. Dez used to get bit by it all the time, when people didn't like him reacting on the sideline after a series or play.
Sometimes, too, your initial reaction is, in a split second, to blame someone else, and then it washes over you almost immediately that it was actually your mistake. I think that's human nature, and not necessarily a failing with any particular player. In general, Tony does a good job of sharing blame or taking blame when there's a mic in his face. I'd just take that for what it's worth and not read much else into it in general.
Though I do understand why fans say it, and I agree that it can look bad if you're just reacting to the QB's reaction shot.
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