Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by ESisback, Feb 9, 2019.
You like Jerry’s tool? Weird!
What a goofball! People are entertained, but NO ONE takes you seriously!
Undeterred, yes, with a smirk!
You shall soon be exposed for the tool of Jerry and Mickey Spagnola that you care.
I'm ready to move forward to Free agency and the draft.
I know we don't have a 1st for good reason after trading for Cooper but for what I believe we need talent wise there's no reason to believe we can't get a starter with that 2nd and/or 3rd pick especially with all those safeties, d linemen and what looks to be not a star studded WR group but a deeply talented one for those mid rounds. WR depth.
There has not been a FA crop at safety like this since I remember watching football, so that's where I'm happy to upgrade that position and we all know who's the talk of this litter.
Regarding Kellen Moore. He needs to get some skins on the wall before I get excited about him. A lot of the players are vouching for him but this team tends to be a positive bunch.
I also also agree some with Romo regarding how the game plan and play calling will come about.
I want talent on Special Teams to be a priority as well.
That's a great point but Romo should have had more help, like when he was the holder on FG and fumbled to lose the game against Seattle. Or when he got intercepted in the endzone to get beat by the Giants in the playoffs... somebody should have helped him throw the ball so it didn't get intercepted. Not Romo's fault at all.
No one ever said Romo was perfect! Every QB makes mistakes and has bad games, but since you seem to want to cherry pick stats to “validate” your agenda, I’ll play: What about two time SB QB Eli Manning? He threw 27 INTs in one season!
Romo wasn’t perfect, but before the injuries, he had evolved into a top ten QB—top 5 statistically. That’s just fact, but as long as some insist on dissing on his legacy, they should expect reaction from his many fans. Just another former well liked Cowboy, like Aikman, Witten, Ware, Bill Bates, Emmitt, Allen, Dandy Don, Lilly, etc., etc.
You think I'm "cherry picking" playoff losing plays? How many playoff losing plays do I need to name before it's no longer considered "cherry picking" by you? There were only so many playoff games he played in to choose from so I have to already be close to that number. I named two.
Eli's incompetence was independent of Romo's, so you are proving nothing about Romo by bringing up Eli.
Keep Romo off the list of ROH and HOF Cowboys. He's not EVER going to be on it.
Yeah, I think you’re cherry picking. I think you’re biased too. Neither opinion looks likely to change. Such is life.
This FACT remains...a great number of people liked Romo and thought he was a pretty good QB.
The bigger issue in the Seattle game was Glen's fumble on our own 7 yard line and in the Giants game the Crayton drop and the Crayton hesitation in the end zone for the easy TD grab. If you watched the whole games that would be quite apparent to you.
Never said otherwise, just not ROH or HOF material.
I see you''re still making excuses for Romo's inferior playoff performances, after all these years. You really need to move on, get a life. What's done is done and you can't change it. Get a new hobby. I hear the Cowboys replaced Romo with a QB that you may enjoy making excuses for just as much. Give it a try.
Does anyone else find it ironic that the guy who started this thread about moving forward is now embroiled in a silly discussion about Romo?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The irony isn't lost on me either!
My biggest weakness—can’t ignore idiotic bias and injustice! Of course this whole board is overloaded with irony and constantly evolving opinions...
So past players and events are only important when YOU bring them up, right? I wasn’t the one that brought him up in the first place! So I’m not allowed to respond to stupidity? Pot, meet kettle!
I hear you, if you tied me down and waterboarded me I still wouldn't be able to give a good reason for not putting Cal Poly on ignore.
"Stupidity" starts with you, along with hypocrisy.
The guy who tries to tell others what they should and shouldn't talk about? You? Yeah, "pot meet kettle" indeed.