Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by GimmeTheBall!, Jan 31, 2019.
To have the ultimate say on the team and to win it all.
Yet Brett favre came out and said it was no different than him going home to his farm that same week and relaxing with his family to clear his mind. Witten gets no grief for being on the same trip.
Did it look bad, sure. And he should have avoided it just for that. But it didn't impact the actual game. Crayton's 3rd down drop and not finishing the go route in the endzone made a bigger difference than some silly bye week flight out of town.
This is working out perfect! Dallas can sacrifice this upcoming season and when they fail Garrett is gone, Dak is traded and Dallas brings in Romo and drafts Trevor Lawrence.
Romo needs to start out as OC and assistant HC. Maybe under Richard in a few years. Then make the jump to HC.
He should stay with his current job.
Many here underestimate the chances of this actually happening — it’s definitely possible
Intrigued not enamored, enthralled, smitten or love struck. Great players don't necessarily make great HC's. Maybe we start him out as water boy, see how he handles that and go from there. Have him walk up and down the sidelines during games with a tray of Gatorade while reciting the playbook backwards. One step at a time sweet Jeebus….. ummm Romo!
Family on the back burner? Making Romo soup? Romo stew? Romo goulash? How long does he simmer on that back burner is the question
We have better chances of getting Sean Payton than Romo. Why? Look no further than the SuperBowl. Guess who's name is being brought up more than Tom Brady, the goat? It's Romo in case you've been living under a rock. Everyone is in love with him right now. And you can bet that if Romo has a similar day of announcing as he did a few weeks ago, His stardom will rocket out of here. I don't know when his contract is up with CBS but you know it's going to be an all out war with the other networks to bring him in. Now why would he leave his current job? He's on top of the world, play golf and more importantly getting more family time. Also, he's rid of the awful fans who did nothing but hate him the entire time he was QB. Why would he come back to that? Why would he come back to having to live on the job? Because that's what he'd have to do to be successful. Why would we make him the head coach? He's never coached so he's got to start somewhere on the bottom. Romo will coach some day but not until those boys are older. As fans, we need to let that go...
I loved Tony but the best ability is availability. Tony missed 36 games due to injury which is over 2 seasons missed.
so many people either posts stuff to get stupid reactions, or just LUST after the insane.
No one wanted Tony as an HC before, heck some didnt want him as the qb, all of a sudden we hear him in the booth and hes the next best thing since the last best thing? what is the lust for the new craze? are you all 12 year olds whos gotta be part of the trend?
Romo and Candice naming their THIRD child (why not their first or second child?), after the family who gave Romo his unique opportunity of playing professionally, should automatically be presumed not simply as a form of undeniable appreciation and endearment but also as an example of indebted lifetime loyalty? If Romo feels that he has an unwavering desire to help the Jones family overriding ANY and ALL other conceivable life choices, WHY did he leave the team at his earliest opportunity in the first place? What? For CBS??? Holding a clipboard would have helped the Joneses far more the past two seasons than broadcasting AFC games.
Methinks some have elevated the common practice of naming children to newer and quite loftier heights.
They call that Poetic Justice
TR as HC.... which is why Jerry said a SB win is years away. At least one year away, after JG "retires."
Please delete this. You could trigger seizures.
He loves football and he loves a challenge. Also, he’s as competitive as hell.