Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Zordon, Jan 3, 2017.
Not the first reporter I've heard say something similar about Romo. /nohate
No hate but you posted it? Oh okay. And just about every team mate he has ever had talks about how helpful and what a great guy he is. But JOSH ELLIS says otherwise. Gotcha
Josh should just change his name to Hurt, Butt.
"Politely disconnected" sounds pretty professional to me.
Josh is struggling mightily with his irrelevant existence.
What utter BS.
Josh Ellis never got the girl.
Now yall have an issue with Josh Ellis?
C'mon man are yall not willing to give a lil on Romo? Saying he's an aloof doesn't mean he's a bad guy.
You don't think Brady, Peyton, Aikman, Rodgers, etc, aren't aloof?
So he's just making it up. So is Timmy Mac and Mosley and anybody else who has made similar comments?
In his next thread, Zordon is going to chastise zone members for being bad fans. Then, in the game day thread, he's going to call the defense "trash" about a thousand times.
Interesting. Sounds like Josh Ellis is suffering from "disconnection anxiety syndrome." (Poor fella isn't liked by the popular guy . . .)
I remember matt johnson saying Romo helped him when he was a rookie.
Media people getting their feelings hurt because people don't treat them like royalty .. that's something you don't see every day ..
Quite honestly, if I had ever been an NFL player, especially one that was really good, I'd make Richard Sherman look like the media's best friend. Heck, I'd give Belichick a run for his money when it comes to the press.
The media is becoming less and less relevant as we get more of our news and information directly from the sources.
Romo is and never was a leader.
And that's fine. Neither is Rodgers but the difference between the two is playoff success.
Let me guess, Ed Werder was another?
I swear, the media is reaching new lows when it comes to doing their job. They basically want to break controversial stories and when they cannot do that, they moan and whine about the people they are covering as if they owe the media something.
And why exactly should I care about this?
And apparently your opinions aren't and never were based on reality
It's probably a good time to point out that even though the team was winning, the locker room was given to Dak by fiat. After Tony was ready to play he wasn't even allowed to compete for the job Jerry had said was still his just a few weeks earlier. Instead of being the starting quarterback for America's team as he had been for a decade, his new job was running the scout team. It's not much different than expecting the locker room to line up behind a hot dog vendor.
It could turn out to be Jerry's biggest blunder since paying a king's ransom in picks and salary for Roy Williams while Miles Austin was riding the pine as a receiver and running back kicks. We'll find out sometime in the next month, or worst case, maybe even next year after Tony is gone.
I don't think it takes a genius to postulate that intentionally not starting your best quarterback in the playoffs could come back and take a big chuck out of your own behind.