Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by CowboysFanSince88, Jan 5, 2013.
Troy would be knocked into a coma with the line from this year.
yes but aikman came thru in the clutch. are we guaranteed romo will if we fix the oline? who knows...
His team did as well. Will Tony's team?
Nope Romo don't have to improve anything, according to 95% of the posters on the Zone, Romo is flawless
Find one poster who said. I will wait.
Hopefully they will. I think Tony's team played well enough to win last Sunday.
why, if and when it is said it is the truth, if he had a good line we would be waiting on for some team to visit us next week.
Because he is not relevant right now. Understand what I;m trying to explain to you?
Would I take the following OLs over Dallas? In no particular order.
3. New England
6. San Francisco
7. Green Bay
I have 5 hell yes, 5 yes, and 2 maybe.
The only OL in Dallas I trust is Tyron Smith.
I guarantee you, Minnesota would have loved to have had Romo today. My goodness, the Vikings have nothing at the QB position...
Frankly, no. It's relevant, so fans will talk about it. It's interesting to see which teams have built good o-lines and how that's contributed to their success. Our o-line is our most pressing need for the offseason. How other teams built theirs, their success with it, and how Romo would thrive with a quality line are all things that are highly relevant. I'm not going to avoid the topic just because someone has decided it's annoying. If it's annoying, don't open the thread.
Stephen McGee would have been an improvement over Webb. And I'm not kidding.
I had no idea how bad Minnesota needs a QB. Makes Adrian's performance this season even more impressive...
Did the OL cause Romo's last int in the season finale? Was the OL the problem on any of his 3 turnovers last Sunday? Aaron Rodgers was sacked 51 times this season the most of any QB in the NFL. The Cowboys OL has issues there's no denying that but there's OL's in the league that are worse and the Packers OL is one of them.
I'm not putting all the blame on him but some don't want to put any of the blame on him. They'll put it all on the OL or the WR's but never any of it on him.
I was thinking the same thing. Joe Webb is not a mobile quarterback. He's a running back with some ability to throw.
Stupid thread. Sure, blame Romo for Garrett's piss poor game plan and inability adjust. While it is a fact that none of the teams in the playoffs have Romo at QB, it is also a fact that none of them have the Red Headed Idiot coaching the team and running the offense. I think you are barking up the wrong tree in your blame.
...wrong with you.
You get all huffed up when people start posting on your thread.
You act immature and talk others down when they call you on your agenda.
Clearly it's you who needs to consider not posting.
Romo. Romo. Romo.
O-line. O-line. O-line.
Playoffs. Playoffs. Playoffs.