Discussion in 'Quarterback Zone' started by Zordon, Jan 3, 2017.
Nice punctuation and grammar. Your teachers must be so proud.
Rogers is not a leader? Where did you get that pice of knowledge?
Aikman would put you to sleep with a Q&A session. I wonder if he learned that from JG or JG learned that from him.
I'm not buying this one. This seems too similar to the Aaron Rodgers story of how his team mates didn't connect with him. I think if this is true then it would've surfaced years ago when Romo was not getting past the playoff hump. Why would this come out now? And Terrell Owens has had several years to go onto talk shows and bash Romo and to my knowledge he hasn't. I think players from the past would have said something about it and not some journalist. JMO
I think Dak won over the locker room cuz he exudes confidence and people feed off of confidence.
It's fairly common knowledge that Tony's always willing to help a teammate but that he doesn't really hang out in the locker room playing dominoes or spitting spitballs. I'd say that probably did play a role in Dak integrating into the team more quickly than Tony did, but it's also more a by-product of Tony's personality than it is a criticism of him. Or at least it should be.
Not trolling - look at the stat sheet. I think its why Garrett pulled him out and sacrificed the win - not to generate controversy.
Winning goes a long way in a locker room. Why is that so hard to understand?
Not that I ever read anything from this guy but definitely won't now....
I love the idea of the players Tribune. The athletes get to control their own narrative, release their own information, make their own announcements.
Watch your spelling, piece not pice. LOL
Also the fact that he was a backup early in his career and not a starter. Also, the fact that he has been married with children the entire time that most of his teammates have been on the team. He doesn't have time to play dominoes, he needs to go home and be a husband and father.
.Right on. Peace Coach!
Yep. Two completely different types of people. Tony hasn't stayed in Dallas 12+ yrs because people didn't like and respect him.
Yep. Fairly different situations. Both good QBs and good guys.
Exactly. It's obvious how much the other players all respect Tony.
Why does that make him a bad fan? He obviously has certain expectations for the defense, and wants them to do well. If he's calling them trash, well maybe theyr'e playing like trash. The entire team was trash against NY.
Cowherd once said if you put a shadow over both of them playing, you wouldn't be able to tell them apart and I think he's right
It doesn't make you a bad fan. It makes you a hypocrite when critize the fandom of others.
Just reminded me of a chart I saw once on the web. Maybe we should break out something like this for the media or other posters...
Ellis' post ranks about a "Wet Patties" score from me.