I don't get it...

Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by MWH1967, Sep 1, 2014.

  1. jobberone

    jobberone Kane Ala Staff Member

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    The point is about leading. Not beating a so-so team. Whatdawant? He drove the length of the field and won the game.
  2. cej757

    cej757 Well-Known Member

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    Now show the Highlights of the game at Pittsburgh when Romo tries to force a pass to Witten that gets intercepted and T.O. Goes nuts on the sidelines. I think a lot of things T.O. Said were true about Garrett and Romo. Because I'm still seeing the same things happening in 2014.
  3. DallasEast

    DallasEast Cowboys 24/7/365 Staff Member

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    Name any team's sideline where he's played where Owens hasn't been caught on camera, acting like a damn fool preceding or following all types of plays?
  4. lostar2009

    lostar2009 Well-Known Member

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    Ok leading a team to beat a pathetic Vikings team. Gotcha, tell the team let's get it and yell at Dez about a drop pass. Pure leadership right there. Yup this Romo guy is something special where will this team be without him? Obviously not in the playoffs, nope only Romo can take us there.
  5. MWH1967

    MWH1967 Boys#1 95

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    I think you are confusing passion and a little bit of crazy for respect...just sayin.
  6. Dodger12

    Dodger12 Well-Known Member

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    I don't know how you measure leadership for QB except what you see on the field, their desire to win and how much a QB pushes his teammates to be better. Romo gives every one of those underachievers a chance to win every Sunday and has carried Jerry, Wade and JG during his tenure. He's taken the brunt of the criticism for this team and comes back the next week and does his job, puts up numbers/stats and gives his team a chance to win. I'd take Romo every single Sunday and will be sad when the man hangs it up. I have no doubt Romo's story would be completely different had he gone to another team with a solid front office and a solid coach.

    And to the discussion, I don't think Eli is looked upon as a leader in the traditional sense but he has two rings. Sure, he's the QB and, by default, the defacto leader of the team. But I wouldn't confuse him with Payton, Brees or Aikman.
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