Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Supercowboy1986, Dec 7, 2012.
anyone who thinks romo is the problem is,
1. casual fan
2. knows nothing about football.
That was always the argument against him. He has been clutch these past few years.
3. pathetic troll
3. Or a troll...
He's the man. He deserves some credit!
I'm not a troll, I am a realist...
As the great Jim Rome might say, I crack my own!
I did pick the Cowboys to finish 12-4.After the Seattle game, I started a Cowboys can still win the SB thread.If the Cowboys still had lee, carter and costa, I think they still could win the superbowl.
Just because exspress my dislike of Romo, that doesn't make me a troll.
That's worse than a freaking troll!
You do know that realists are simply trolls, right? No matter what, a realist always thinks they are right. However, they are not always right and when things go wrong with them, they troll...
Wait...what? You looked at this roster prior to the season and thought this was a 12 win team?
He's a realist. Who are you?
4. Watches ESPN
He is important to the degree that we can market him in trade for future stock. Romo may very well have a couple of productive years left, but he is never going to be anymore marketable than he is right now.
Even more important than that, the Dallas Cowboys must reverse this modern trend of treating quarterbacks as "equal to the coaching staff". Asidee from the issue of confusing players with respective role expectations, it is merely necessary that the Cowboys front office find good value in a quarterback that doesn't require sacrificing management integrity.
The right answer is to find and stock up on good game managers that can readily be replaced.
I appreciate him doing his job and not throwing us out of games like he have this season.
Holy smokes. We were 3-4 WITH Lee, Carter, and Costa. Are you kidding me???
Your dislike is misguided. Channel your anger elsewhere.
Romo is NOT the issue.
Yea, I can't wait to watch another 3-4 years of developing a QB, much less trust Jones to find a good one.
It will be at least three years for a top-notch QB to come out of college IMO. Next years crop looks overrated to me, good college QB's but maybe not pro material.
If Jerry Jones is not up to the task of fulfilling his requirements as the owner and general manager, than he will ultimately be replaced by someone who can.
More importantly, we must find the right coaching group capable of establishing absolute rule and pure obedience from the workers.
Where do these kids come from?
Replaced by who?