Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by percyhoward, Nov 18, 2012.
He is improving which is all you can hope for. Meanwhile he's on his way to 1150 yds 7-8 TDs.
He needs to do this on a semi-consistent basis.
Yeah, I also think he thought he had the first down. I missed the thread when he did that so I don't know that anyone criticized him too harshly for it but I can imagine they did.
As far as his development goes, you can see the change in his game. If Romo would just get some time and make a few more accurate throws, he can crack the game open. He is a game changer.
He's gone over 100 yards in 3 games, over 80 in another 3 games. In 4 games he's been targeted 5 times or less. That's about as semi-consistent as it gets given a 10 game sample.
dez was a beast today
I wanted to post this in the "Is Romo on the Downside?" thread, but it's been locked. Miles isn't half the deep threat that Robinson was, or that Dez could be. Not a knock on Miles, his game is catch-and-run, and he's the best at it.
He's our leading receiver (yards wise) right now.
Do you all realize we have three players over 700 yards receiving....and we only have 8 TDs from those three players?
The games where he's targeted so few times is because he runs the wrong route, causing an INT, and Tony stops throwing to him.
Thats funny, cause Tony didnt even throw an interception against Atlanta when Dez was targeted 4 times, or against Carolina when Dez was targeted 3 times, or last week against Philly when he was targeted 5 times. You wanna try again with a different story?
only one stupid play today. A quick whistle kept him from two tds today. much better
Dez played like I'd expect from a guy with the ability he has today. He was a beast out there today and I was glad to see it.
We take the good and the bad with Romo...why can't Dez get that same satisfaction?
Sounds like your making theo's point for him.
So the premise is:
-Dez Bryant receives few targets in select games
-Dez Bryant receives few targets in these games because he "runs the wrong route, causing an INT by Romo, thus Romo stops throwing the ball"
-The Natural proceeds to state that in 3 games Romo threw no interceptions yet Bryant's targets were still relatively low, debunking his theory
-Percy Howard proceeds to say The Natural is making Theo's point for him
Kid played a great game today that's all that really matters, we got the win.
Staying away from talking about myself in the 3rd person, a low number of targets resulting in fewer INT actually supports his point, doesn't it?
Dez played great today. This what he's capable of doing on an every week basis. In the last two weeks he's played very solid football. 15 catches, 212 recieving yards, and two touchdowns. Hopefully it continues because we need this kind of production from him.
can you read? he said he had low # of targets because he made mental mistakes, causing an interception by Romo, and because of that Romo stops throwing him the ball, that was his point.. I don't know why we're even having this discussion, I've seen Romo throw interceptions and literally come right back to Dez on the next passing play.
Hats off to Dez Man-Child grew up a little today, keep it up please.
You're right. He didn't throw to him in the Atlanta game because of the missed route he ran in the immediately preceding Giants game that caused an INT.