Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Zordon, Jul 23, 2019.
Broaddus is the only reason anybody listens/watches/reads dc.com.
Its not Romo's job to help anyone, especially someone trying to take his job.
BB has been saying this since 2016. He went into a bit more detail with the latest tweet but hes been saying it was sanchez and moore that helped dak. During games i always saw Dak talking to all 3. Not that any of it matters it anymore
Exactly....How quickly people forget how Romo was telling him where to throw the football via headset. Now...your getting this spin from the media...how it's always been Dak. How great Dak is..Bla...Bla...Bla....I call BS. He's proved nothing...except he can't throw a football....and misses wide open WRs...ALL THE TIME.
With a broken back what was Romo’s schedule?
When could he attend meetings?
In meetings does the quarterback coach sit with the starter?
Dak says otherwise.
In the same thread is a tweet with a video of Dak on call in to Rich Eisen. Says he had a great relationship with Tony, that Tony helped him a lot, and he thanks Tony for that help.
This is remarkably like employees being expected to train their replacements before being fired.
Something strikes me like perhaps Broaddus didn't get along with Romo too well. Just a guess on my part, though. Perhaps Romo gave him the cold shoulder? Understandable. I've also read that Romo was somewhat "clickish and aloof" in the past. Who the heck knows, huh? Could be just idle talk.
We know Romo did not help, Dak's Cowboys went undefeated with Romo out injured, lost their first game after he returned, and lost their second game when Romo was allowed to play.
You're who Broaddus is talking about.
nobody helped Dak. *wipes tears from face*
OK i'll bite, if Romo througout his career had all this talent you and alot of others claim he had, then how come the team only went 7-28 in games he didn't play in from 2006 thru 2015, with all that so called talent you say he had you would think they should have at least won half the games he missed. Romo carried the team and he made us relevent in many seasons we had no business being relevent. 7-28 without him that doesn't happen to talented teams
I believe I see why Parcells fired him, now . . .
Carried the team? Yikes.
Anyway, there are very few teams that will be successful when their starting QB goes down. New England might be one.
In fact, that's my biggest criticism of Romo, his availability.
You guys still haven’t realized Dak always says the right thing? What would be the benefit to him of saying anything other than thanks to Tony?
I was finally curious whether Broaddus had tweeted anything else besides what was posted in the OP to provide more context. He did not but I did discover the Twitter conversation that led up to his tweet. Here is the conversation for anyone who does not use Twitter like me, lol: