Discussion in 'News Zone' started by jobberone, Feb 1, 2014.
All meaningless fluff, just smoke and mirrors. I guess we'll find out come september, huh?
Romo will be ready for the start of the season. That shouldn't even be a story.
The real question, to me, is how well his back holds up during the season.
Damn, that was a coffee-spitter.
hope we draft johny football, a true winner
This guy??? No thanks!
I will wait until Romo hits the field and proves it.
This organization has been very consistent in dismissing any and all injuries as mere flesh wounds publicly.
It's called making changes just to make changes in hopes of hitting on something. It's like throwing crap at the wall hoping something will stick. There's no method behind the madness with the Cowboys.
you'll never get the truth on injuries with this team, that's the only thing you know for sure.
The frightening part is that not only do you not get the truth as a fan, I don't even think the organization ever gets a clear picture on them.
There have been too many occasions where things appear to be proceeding normally , then suddenly there is some surgery that is needed because things really were not okay. There are several high profile examples where it appears injuries have been misevaluated, botched or just simply ignored.
I really have zero faith in any information that comes out regarding injuries. I'd rather hear absolutely nothing than hear positive news, then get blindsided by the reality.
Spencer is an example of that. The doctor who performed the knee surgery is considered one of the best, and used a newly heralded procedure on the knee surgery that was supposed to dramatically improve recovery time and results.
A 34 year old QB is going to attempt to throw a football about a thousand times, with a herniated disc. Have Orton ready.
I hope you're not right...but yeah.
Precisely. Besides, what would we expect him to say.
***ets or diarrhea? The latter is TMI.
He's great at saying nothing. Reminds me: