Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by MissouriCowboy, Feb 4, 2013.
"Jimmy built something. Jimmy took a 1-15 team â€“ or a team that was struggling in the late â€˜80s â€“ and built a dynasty there and won two Super Bowls with those teams."
No mention of Jerrah. lol
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Jerrah gettn no love.
No no no no! Not true...it's all Romo's fault. If he was any kind of REAL leader he would force his linemen to block better. That's what the Water-head Wonder Eli does.
Not Jerry's fault, Not Romo's fault, Not JG's fault, etc. Who's fault is it then?
Romo is a good player but after his flop in Washington he deserves a lot more criticism.
The line was good enough and he had an absolute freak out game on that stage.
I thought he was past that type of performance but the guy absolutely choked. I understand his coach didn't help him much but still.
It's one of those things where we may never know what Emmitt really thinks on this particular topic.
100% agree with that! The truth is probably somewhere in the middle with what he thinks. What they say in interviews can't be trusted most of the time.
I know one thing for sure, this OL needs attention in this draft early and often.
If you Romo and the running game will have a chance, we MUST address that line properly this time.
Tony is a diamond surrounded by OL trash.
Conveying coherent thought has never been Emmitt's strong suit. God love him though. One of the best ever.
With failure as with success in a team enviroment you can start at the top and work your way down. Whose fault? Jerry, Jason and coaching staff and players including Romo. You want a single figure to point to but there is always enough blame to go around beyond 1 or 2 people.
Same with success it is never 1 man but everyone from the top on down who share in it.
No doubt we've debacaled our O-line.
I agree with you. It 100% starts from the top and then works its way down. Emmitt saying it is crazy to blame Jerry speaks to his credibility on the subject.
:laugh2: Nicely done.
Simply put, if Romo played in Baltimore or San Francisco, he would have played in a Super Bowl yesterday. He's plenty good enough to get there.
The criticism he gets is just ground clutter from knee-jerk, know-nothing, reactionary, typical overreaction of fans. Especially Cowboys fans, who are among the densest out there.
Romo does everything for this team all by himself. Now, if they can finally put an offensive line in front of him, I can't wait to see where this goes.
and of course you THINK you know more than Emmitt does.
To soley blame Jerry is a bit off. There are things Jerry has done over the years I have not agreed with. However there are many things I have agreed with.