Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by GBpack10, Apr 16, 2014.
Well... They are on the suck train now too.
December 2008 it was a win and in situation, and we lost to the E-Girls 44-6. Terrible game.
2012 week 17 vs the skins. That pick romo threw made me so angry and made me lose faith in him. Now i get butterflies whenever he throws a pass in the 4th quarter.
I have to admit, there isn't just one, it's the multiple picks thrown by Romo in the 4th Q the last two seasons that seem to result in a loss. I know it's not always his fault, but sure feels that way.
1) "The Catch", by Dwight Clark
2) "The Drop", by Jackie Smith
3) "The Helmet Toss", By Bob Lilly
If y'all don't recognize the games or circumstances of these of these events, then you're just not much of a fan.
It's gotta be the loss to the Redskins in 2006.
The game is tied 19-19 with 6 seconds left on the clock in the 4th quarter. The Boys line up at the Skins' 17 for a 35 yd Vanderjagt FG attempt for the win. It is blocked by Troy Vincent, recovered by Sean Taylor (RIP ), and returned 30 yds to the Dallas 44. Kyle Kosier gets hit with a 15 yard face mask penalty, which not only moves the ball into FG range at the Dallas 29 with no time left on the clock, but gives the Skins one more play because the game can't end when there is a defensive penalty. Nick Novak then kicks a FG and the Cowboys lose 22-19.
I can't imagine a worst loss than that one.
Funny -- that basically when I started mellowing out too.
That's when my kids starting getting old enough to notice my skulking and I decided my family didn't deserve for me to be a complete ahole all day long just because my favorite sports team lost a game.
I should add "The Muff", by Leon Lett.
I think the Giant playoff game is the most recent for me.
Before that it was the Arizona Cardinals playoff loss in the 98-99 season. If Cowboys would of won, I always felt that the Cowboys would have beaten the Falcons, and then play the Vikings with Deion Sanders.
2007 Playoff game against the G-Men.
Had already beaten them twice by 10+ points, would've played Green Bay in the NFCCG an had already beaten them earlier that year as well.
History would look so much differently. Had Crayton not pulled up on that route, or dropped the crossing pattern - the perception of Romo is completely different. Truly is a game of inches.
I don't remember getting mad after a game. Disappointed yes.
I know this won't go over, but, after a loss, maybe 30 seconds later I am on to something else to do. Same with a win. I don't let it linger and ruin or make my day one way or the other...
The last one…until the next one.
1981 NFC Championship Game against the 49ers
1994 NFC Championship Game against the 49ers - I cried like a baby after that loss.
2004 Home game to Pittsburg - Only game I've ever went to. Just so happens I was the only Cowboy fan in a group of 7 Steeler fans (we all grew up in the same neighborhood). It was a long drive to Memphis from Dallas for me..
2007 NFC Divisional Playoff against the Giants
2011 Detriot Lion loss
2011 Arizona loss
2011 NYG loss
2012 Bears loss - my dad passed away 2 days after this game..
2012 Ravens loss
2012 NYG home loss
2012 Washington loss - Thanksgiving..I almost went to jail that day...smh
2013 Lion loss
2013 NO loss
2013 Green Bay loss
The score was 21-19.... Staubach's final game.
There's a lot of pain in this thread... and really no wrong answer.
Although some would question the Texans game, I understand it. Although its not my choice.
Any loss to the Redskins is especially painful.... Playoff losses to the 49ers are unbearable...
I can't believe I re-watched "The Catch"... I was still hoping for Pearson to break free... and where was the tuck rule
on the final play of that game?...ahh, I guess it was a fumble, but damn... the 21-point meltdown that is worn as a
badge of greatness for the near-comeback was a crushing blow to all Cowboys fans... Camelot was burning....
any loss to the Steelers, or Stealers, as someone cleverly (a rightfully so) mentioned... they stole nearly every Super Bowl
they won... I'll give them the Vikings and Rams, maybe... All Tony Romo losses are painful... I can't help but feel sorry for
Could have won all 3.
You're like E-Lie after he throws a pick - he forgets and moves on!
The Giants playoff game a few years ago, I broke my big screen tv.
When I was a child, I threw a tantrum over the loss to the niners in the NFCCG. I then grew up and realized emotional outbursts especially over things I cannot control or influence are unproductive and a waste of time.