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Tony Romo doesn't need a contract extension.



I was glad to see that the team had cut off talks with Romo until the end of the year, let's see what happens this year. Not the biggest problem, but not the biggest solution either.

As for DeMarco Murray, I see no one still says he's injury prone. It just sucks he's going to be healthy probably for the whole season and still not get 1000 yards. Unbelievable


Romo cut off talks with the Cowboys....

And if Romo playing huge all game making big plays in spite of his crappy offensive line is a problem, then I don't know what isn't. You guys sound like irrational cowboy fans tonight.


And Romo also gave the ball RIGHT back to the Bears after our Defense made a HUGE play to get us the ball back with the game still in our sights. And Romo reverted to old Romo by being careless with the ball. We HAD to capitalize on that opportunity and, in normal Cowboys fashion, we didn't.
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hitstreak07 wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
CowboysTilIDie wrote:
This was disgusting. This game is going to cause me to really rethink my stance on some things about this team. This is not an overreaction. This is my thinking somewhat clearly (I've had a few too many).

Tony Romo doesn't need a contract extension. I have been one of the biggest Romo supporters on this planet since he became our starting QB. I'm not saying he should be benched this year or next. He will, and should, remain our starting QB as he gives us the best chance of winning a football game. But, after 2013, I feel as though we should thank Tony for his services in a Cowboys uniform and let him walk.

Jason Garrett is a good head coach, I really believe that. He is not a good offensive coordinator however. We must go out and get a true offensive coordinator who can run a balanced offense.

We need offensive lineman to help this running game. Demarco Murray has no where to run. NO WHERE. If we do not draft 2 OL in the first 4 rounds of the draft next year, I will lead the JG/JJ must go chants.

This season is not a wash yet. We are still 2-2. Just like 2 of the other 3 teams in our division. This team could still theoretically pull it together. But all the talk in the offseason about this team being different (that I bought in to) has turned out to be a bunch of bologna. This is the same ol' .500 football team that makes the most mind-numbing mistakes at the most mind-numbing times.

For now, lets go Rangers and Wreck Em Texas Tech Red Raiders.


What does this game have to do with Tony Romo? If anything, this game showed that you'd want to give Romo a contract extension. If those first three picks don't happen (that weren't his fault), he'd never be in position to throw the last two and they would have likely won the game... so how could you blame Romo? Makes me think you didn't even watch the game. He was playing huge the entire time the game was competitive.


While I agree with your support for Romo, I have to ask, how was the 3rd INT not on Romo? Didn't the ball leave his hands in a fumble like fashion, directly into the bread basket of Briggs who ran it the other way for the TD?? I dunno how you ask someone if they watched the game, when you say that wasn't Romo's fault


He had to avoid a free rusher by stepping up. He had two hands on the ball... What should he have done instead? Taken a sack? Hell no, he's a playmaker and you let him make a play. The defender got his hand on the ball and it was a good strip. The bad play was the bad blocking, the rest was just a strip.


Yes, actually, to your bolded statement. Just because you're a play-maker doesn't mean you constantly make high risk plays that won't result in much more than a few positive yards; when on the flip side you have a history of not protecting the football. Taking the sack or throwing the football away in situations like that one or ones similar to it is what keeps you from throwing the INT/Fumb and having it returned for a TD.

Worst case, you punt, and let your defense stop the other team. Don't be a blind supporter.[/b]


So you don't want Tony Romo to ever step up to make a play? 98/100 times he steps up it results in a big play. 1 time it results in an incompletion, and 1 time it results in a fumble. Are you telling me you want him to take a sack 100 times out of 100? Come on. Get real.

A history of turning the ball over? HAHAHAHA, do you only watch ESPN? He had 10 interceptions all of last year.


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once ratliff comes back you will see a a much different team. don't forget spencer was out. As for our defense being exposed, you got to kidding me. they played a night where the offense turned it over five times. they played great given the circumstances. the offense gave up fourteen points all by themselves and put them in terrible position all night. The 85 bears couldnt have don't anything tonight with that performance. step back from the ledge my friend. This is going to be a hiccup on a playoff run this year. Romo and Dez didn't have good games and really hurt the team, but mostly Romo.


i don't wanna hate.....but don't try and spin this into a positive.....when it matters most.....THIS is how tony and the entire team will play


It's week four and we have a solid defense and a weak line. our offense is the worst in league right now. Do you think that's going to last all year??? once things start to settle and other teams as well as ours start to be exposed. The world isn't over or are we worse off that than the colts or giants. We can beat anybody in our division and thats all we have to do. Then we can reach the playoffs and that's what I suspect they will do.


No playoff team gets pounded at home like this, regardless of what week in the season it is.....

Then what do you think will happen then? You really think this team won't do what it has done the last times it went to the playoffs? Meaning getting blown out and beat down like we did tonight?


We were down 14 with 8 minutes to go in the game. A split second and we would have only been down seven if that Clairbourne play doesn't get overturned. We lost a game of inches by about 7 inches if you add it all up. The giants lost to seattle at home last year in week four or five by 11 and should have been worse. The G-men got man-handled in that game. The cowboys lost the game on dropped passes and miscues, not being pushed around or outgunned. Relax, this team has the goods to win the NFC east. They have great matchups with there division rivals, because thats who this team was made to beat. Once they get going on there division I think it will give the confidence to play better outside of it. The bears don't suck FYI they get turnovers and sack the quarterback. Also get used to us losing in that stadium as long as fans just show up there to post it Facebook instead of cheering for the team.
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HAHAHAHAHAHA, he hasn't done amazing things? Are you joking? He does amazing things every game despite a completely inept team around him. What is your definition of "Great"?


Here's the deal with Romo. Is he a damn good QB? Yes. Does he make spectacular plays? Yes.

But there are times when a QB has to know when to take a sack or throw the ball away instead of always trying to make a play. Sometimes you will get lucky and turn chicken - into chicken salad, but more often than not it isn't going to happen. If this season ends in anything but a NFC Championship game appearance, I sincerely hope we do not extend Romo.

He may not be a huge problem on this team, but I do not believe he is the long-term solution, either. Let him play out the remainder of his contract, and while he does so, I hope we are grooming his eventual replacement.
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dahobofest wrote:
hitstreak07 wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
hitstreak07 wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
CowboysTilIDie wrote:
This was disgusting. This game is going to cause me to really rethink my stance on some things about this team. This is not an overreaction. This is my thinking somewhat clearly (I've had a few too many).

Tony Romo doesn't need a contract extension. I have been one of the biggest Romo supporters on this planet since he became our starting QB. I'm not saying he should be benched this year or next. He will, and should, remain our starting QB as he gives us the best chance of winning a football game. But, after 2013, I feel as though we should thank Tony for his services in a Cowboys uniform and let him walk.

Jason Garrett is a good head coach, I really believe that. He is not a good offensive coordinator however. We must go out and get a true offensive coordinator who can run a balanced offense.

We need offensive lineman to help this running game. Demarco Murray has no where to run. NO WHERE. If we do not draft 2 OL in the first 4 rounds of the draft next year, I will lead the JG/JJ must go chants.

This season is not a wash yet. We are still 2-2. Just like 2 of the other 3 teams in our division. This team could still theoretically pull it together. But all the talk in the offseason about this team being different (that I bought in to) has turned out to be a bunch of bologna. This is the same ol' .500 football team that makes the most mind-numbing mistakes at the most mind-numbing times.

For now, lets go Rangers and Wreck Em Texas Tech Red Raiders.


What does this game have to do with Tony Romo? If anything, this game showed that you'd want to give Romo a contract extension. If those first three picks don't happen (that weren't his fault), he'd never be in position to throw the last two and they would have likely won the game... so how could you blame Romo? Makes me think you didn't even watch the game. He was playing huge the entire time the game was competitive.


While I agree with your support for Romo, I have to ask, how was the 3rd INT not on Romo? Didn't the ball leave his hands in a fumble like fashion, directly into the bread basket of Briggs who ran it the other way for the TD?? I dunno how you ask someone if they watched the game, when you say that wasn't Romo's fault


He had to avoid a free rusher by stepping up. He had two hands on the ball... What should he have done instead? Taken a sack? Hell no, he's a playmaker and you let him make a play. The defender got his hand on the ball and it was a good strip. The bad play was the bad blocking, the rest was just a strip.


Uhhhh, you protect the ball and absolutely take a sack.....it would've left them with 2nd down and about 14, still in field goal range.....that was at least a 10 point swing, maybe even 14....absolutely Romo's fault on that one, your logic doesnt make a lot of sense


So you're saying it was normal that Bernadeau lets a guy have a free rush on the quarterback?


Dude are you serious right now?? Quarterbacks get sacked all the time, but when they see pressure, it is their JOB to be smart, hold on to the ball, and take the sack......had he been blind sided, about to make a throw, gotten hit then fumbled, thats a little bit different.....but on this play, he saw pressure and was being hit, and instead of protecting the ball and preserving at least a field goal (which would've made it 17-10 or maybe even 17-14) he make some boneheaded play and it goes the other way making it 24-7, nail in coffin
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dahobofest wrote:
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Tony Romo doesn't need a contract extension.



I was glad to see that the team had cut off talks with Romo until the end of the year, let's see what happens this year. Not the biggest problem, but not the biggest solution either.

As for DeMarco Murray, I see no one still says he's injury prone. It just sucks he's going to be healthy probably for the whole season and still not get 1000 yards. Unbelievable


Romo cut off talks with the Cowboys....

And if Romo playing huge all game making big plays in spite of his crappy offensive line is a problem, then I don't know what isn't. You guys sound like irrational cowboy fans tonight.


And Romo also gave the ball RIGHT back to the Bears after our Defense made a HUGE play to get us the ball back with the game still in our sights. And Romo reverted to old Romo by being careless with the ball. We HAD to capitalize on that opportunity and, in normal Cowboys fashion, we didn't.


You can't have the good without occasionally the bad. If you don't want that fumble every now and then, then don't expect Romo to make the dazzling huge plays he makes that no one else can or does. Then your offense will look like the Browns.
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CowboysTilIDie wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
CowboysTilIDie wrote:
This was disgusting. This game is going to cause me to really rethink my stance on some things about this team. This is not an overreaction. This is my thinking somewhat clearly (I've had a few too many).

Tony Romo doesn't need a contract extension. I have been one of the biggest Romo supporters on this planet since he became our starting QB. I'm not saying he should be benched this year or next. He will, and should, remain our starting QB as he gives us the best chance of winning a football game. But, after 2013, I feel as though we should thank Tony for his services in a Cowboys uniform and let him walk.

Jason Garrett is a good head coach, I really believe that. He is not a good offensive coordinator however. We must go out and get a true offensive coordinator who can run a balanced offense.

We need offensive lineman to help this running game. Demarco Murray has no where to run. NO WHERE. If we do not draft 2 OL in the first 4 rounds of the draft next year, I will lead the JG/JJ must go chants.

This season is not a wash yet. We are still 2-2. Just like 2 of the other 3 teams in our division. This team could still theoretically pull it together. But all the talk in the offseason about this team being different (that I bought in to) has turned out to be a bunch of bologna. This is the same ol' .500 football team that makes the most mind-numbing mistakes at the most mind-numbing times.

For now, lets go Rangers and Wreck Em Texas Tech Red Raiders.


What does this game have to do with Tony Romo? If anything, this game showed that you'd want to give Romo a contract extension. If those first three picks don't happen (that weren't his fault), he'd never be in position to throw the last two and they would have likely won the game... so how could you blame Romo? Makes me think you didn't even watch the game. He was playing huge the entire time the game was competitive.


Please show me where I said it was Tonys fault. No? Didn't think so. It was merely me saying that he doesn't need an extension. In fact, I said he deserves to be the starter throughout his contract. Tony Romo has done very very very GOOD things for this franchise. But he hasn't done GREAT things. I still believe that with a consistent Oline and running game, he could lead this team to a couple of playoff wins or maybe even a Superbowl appearance. But, is it really worth giving the guy a huge extension when he will be 2 more years along in the downturn of his career? No it isn't worth it.


HAHAHAHAHAHA, he hasn't done amazing things? Are you joking? He does amazing things every game despite a completely inept team around him. What is your definition of "Great"?


I consider Great as winning multiple playoff games and/or winning a superbowl. I consider making awesome individual plays "despite a completely inept team around him" as being very good things. Great Quarterbacks win Championships or at least more than one playoff game. When Tony Romos career is over, people will not look back on it and say "Man, he was a great Quarterback."
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CowboysTilIDie wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
CowboysTilIDie wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
CowboysTilIDie wrote:
This was disgusting. This game is going to cause me to really rethink my stance on some things about this team. This is not an overreaction. This is my thinking somewhat clearly (I've had a few too many).

Tony Romo doesn't need a contract extension. I have been one of the biggest Romo supporters on this planet since he became our starting QB. I'm not saying he should be benched this year or next. He will, and should, remain our starting QB as he gives us the best chance of winning a football game. But, after 2013, I feel as though we should thank Tony for his services in a Cowboys uniform and let him walk.

Jason Garrett is a good head coach, I really believe that. He is not a good offensive coordinator however. We must go out and get a true offensive coordinator who can run a balanced offense.

We need offensive lineman to help this running game. Demarco Murray has no where to run. NO WHERE. If we do not draft 2 OL in the first 4 rounds of the draft next year, I will lead the JG/JJ must go chants.

This season is not a wash yet. We are still 2-2. Just like 2 of the other 3 teams in our division. This team could still theoretically pull it together. But all the talk in the offseason about this team being different (that I bought in to) has turned out to be a bunch of bologna. This is the same ol' .500 football team that makes the most mind-numbing mistakes at the most mind-numbing times.

For now, lets go Rangers and Wreck Em Texas Tech Red Raiders.


What does this game have to do with Tony Romo? If anything, this game showed that you'd want to give Romo a contract extension. If those first three picks don't happen (that weren't his fault), he'd never be in position to throw the last two and they would have likely won the game... so how could you blame Romo? Makes me think you didn't even watch the game. He was playing huge the entire time the game was competitive.


Please show me where I said it was Tonys fault. No? Didn't think so. It was merely me saying that he doesn't need an extension. In fact, I said he deserves to be the starter throughout his contract. Tony Romo has done very very very GOOD things for this franchise. But he hasn't done GREAT things. I still believe that with a consistent Oline and running game, he could lead this team to a couple of playoff wins or maybe even a Superbowl appearance. But, is it really worth giving the guy a huge extension when he will be 2 more years along in the downturn of his career? No it isn't worth it.


HAHAHAHAHAHA, he hasn't done amazing things? Are you joking? He does amazing things every game despite a completely inept team around him. What is your definition of "Great"?


I consider Great as winning multiple playoff games and/or winning a superbowl. I consider making awesome individual plays "despite a completely inept team around him" as being very good things. Great Quarterbacks win Championships or at least more than one playoff game. When Tony Romos career is over, people will not look back on it and say "Man, he was a great Quarterback."


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rough go tonight guys, sorry you had to run into the REAL best D in the NFL. I said it in our GDT when it happened, those opportunities for big plays don't come very often against our D, if you miss out on them you are sunk. Good Luck the rest of the way, happy we are both leaving healthy. Next year we'll meet at our place, drinks are on me
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hitstreak07 wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
hitstreak07 wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
hitstreak07 wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
CowboysTilIDie wrote:
This was disgusting. This game is going to cause me to really rethink my stance on some things about this team. This is not an overreaction. This is my thinking somewhat clearly (I've had a few too many).

Tony Romo doesn't need a contract extension. I have been one of the biggest Romo supporters on this planet since he became our starting QB. I'm not saying he should be benched this year or next. He will, and should, remain our starting QB as he gives us the best chance of winning a football game. But, after 2013, I feel as though we should thank Tony for his services in a Cowboys uniform and let him walk.

Jason Garrett is a good head coach, I really believe that. He is not a good offensive coordinator however. We must go out and get a true offensive coordinator who can run a balanced offense.

We need offensive lineman to help this running game. Demarco Murray has no where to run. NO WHERE. If we do not draft 2 OL in the first 4 rounds of the draft next year, I will lead the JG/JJ must go chants.

This season is not a wash yet. We are still 2-2. Just like 2 of the other 3 teams in our division. This team could still theoretically pull it together. But all the talk in the offseason about this team being different (that I bought in to) has turned out to be a bunch of bologna. This is the same ol' .500 football team that makes the most mind-numbing mistakes at the most mind-numbing times.

For now, lets go Rangers and Wreck Em Texas Tech Red Raiders.


What does this game have to do with Tony Romo? If anything, this game showed that you'd want to give Romo a contract extension. If those first three picks don't happen (that weren't his fault), he'd never be in position to throw the last two and they would have likely won the game... so how could you blame Romo? Makes me think you didn't even watch the game. He was playing huge the entire time the game was competitive.


While I agree with your support for Romo, I have to ask, how was the 3rd INT not on Romo? Didn't the ball leave his hands in a fumble like fashion, directly into the bread basket of Briggs who ran it the other way for the TD?? I dunno how you ask someone if they watched the game, when you say that wasn't Romo's fault


He had to avoid a free rusher by stepping up. He had two hands on the ball... What should he have done instead? Taken a sack? Hell no, he's a playmaker and you let him make a play. The defender got his hand on the ball and it was a good strip. The bad play was the bad blocking, the rest was just a strip.


Uhhhh, you protect the ball and absolutely take a sack.....it would've left them with 2nd down and about 14, still in field goal range.....that was at least a 10 point swing, maybe even 14....absolutely Romo's fault on that one, your logic doesnt make a lot of sense


So you're saying it was normal that Bernadeau lets a guy have a free rush on the quarterback?


Dude are you serious right now?? Quarterbacks get sacked all the time, but when they see pressure, it is their JOB to be smart, hold on to the ball, and take the sack......had he been blind sided, about to make a throw, gotten hit then fumbled, thats a little bit different.....but on this play, he saw pressure and was being hit, and instead of protecting the ball and preserving at least a field goal (which would've made it 17-10 or maybe even 17-14) he make some boneheaded play and it goes the other way making it 24-7, nail in coffin


Most quarterbacks actually don't get sacked all the time. You're just used to seeing Romo sacked all the time. If you want to win games and put up points behind this offensive line, Romo is going to have to make the plays he does... which includes stepping up. One time out of 100 times he steps up he gets stripped and you now want him to take sacks?
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dahobofest wrote:
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Tony Romo doesn't need a contract extension.



I was glad to see that the team had cut off talks with Romo until the end of the year, let's see what happens this year. Not the biggest problem, but not the biggest solution either.

As for DeMarco Murray, I see no one still says he's injury prone. It just sucks he's going to be healthy probably for the whole season and still not get 1000 yards. Unbelievable


Romo cut off talks with the Cowboys....

And if Romo playing huge all game making big plays in spite of his crappy offensive line is a problem, then I don't know what isn't. You guys sound like irrational cowboy fans tonight.


And Romo also gave the ball RIGHT back to the Bears after our Defense made a HUGE play to get us the ball back with the game still in our sights. And Romo reverted to old Romo by being careless with the ball. We HAD to capitalize on that opportunity and, in normal Cowboys fashion, we didn't.


You can't have the good without occasionally the bad. If you don't want that fumble every now and then, then don't expect Romo to make the dazzling huge plays he makes that no one else can or does. Then your offense will look like the Browns.


I don't mind the fumbles. I mind the fumbles when your team is in an extremely bad spot against a great defense and your down 14 and need a score to keep the game in check. Not to mention, you got a little momentum from your defense coming up big and giving you AMAZING field position.
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rough go tonight guys, sorry you had to run into the REAL best D in the NFL. I said it in our GDT when it happened, those opportunities for big plays don't come very often against our D, if you miss out on them you are sunk. Good Luck the rest of the way, happy we are both leaving healthy. Next year we'll meet at our place, drinks are on me



Cowboys didn't need the big plays actually. They would have won if those first three turnovers didn't happen.
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rough go tonight guys, sorry you had to run into the REAL best D in the NFL. I said it in our GDT when it happened, those opportunities for big plays don't come very often against our D, if you miss out on them you are sunk. Good Luck the rest of the way, happy we are both leaving healthy. Next year we'll meet at our place, drinks are on me


gg and good luck the rest of the way......stay classy
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So you don't want Tony Romo to ever step up to make a play? 98/100 times he steps up it results in a big play. 1 time it results in an incompletion, and 1 time it results in a fumble. Are you telling me you want him to take a sack 100 times out of 100? Come on. Get real.

A history of turning the ball over? HAHAHAHA, do you only watch ESPN? He had 10 interceptions all of last year.


No, I don't expect him to take a sack 100/100. No, I don't agree with all of his decisions even when he DOES make the big play and he blows my mind. Just because he makes the occasional mind blowing play doesn't excuse that the decision was poor.

Just because you avoid 3 sacks, roll-out and complete threaded needle 20 yard pass into double coverage does NOT make throwing the football into double coverage a good decision.
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dahobofest wrote:
hitstreak07 wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
hitstreak07 wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
hitstreak07 wrote:
dahobofest wrote:
CowboysTilIDie wrote:
This was disgusting. This game is going to cause me to really rethink my stance on some things about this team. This is not an overreaction. This is my thinking somewhat clearly (I've had a few too many).

Tony Romo doesn't need a contract extension. I have been one of the biggest Romo supporters on this planet since he became our starting QB. I'm not saying he should be benched this year or next. He will, and should, remain our starting QB as he gives us the best chance of winning a football game. But, after 2013, I feel as though we should thank Tony for his services in a Cowboys uniform and let him walk.

Jason Garrett is a good head coach, I really believe that. He is not a good offensive coordinator however. We must go out and get a true offensive coordinator who can run a balanced offense.

We need offensive lineman to help this running game. Demarco Murray has no where to run. NO WHERE. If we do not draft 2 OL in the first 4 rounds of the draft next year, I will lead the JG/JJ must go chants.

This season is not a wash yet. We are still 2-2. Just like 2 of the other 3 teams in our division. This team could still theoretically pull it together. But all the talk in the offseason about this team being different (that I bought in to) has turned out to be a bunch of bologna. This is the same ol' .500 football team that makes the most mind-numbing mistakes at the most mind-numbing times.

For now, lets go Rangers and Wreck Em Texas Tech Red Raiders.


What does this game have to do with Tony Romo? If anything, this game showed that you'd want to give Romo a contract extension. If those first three picks don't happen (that weren't his fault), he'd never be in position to throw the last two and they would have likely won the game... so how could you blame Romo? Makes me think you didn't even watch the game. He was playing huge the entire time the game was competitive.


While I agree with your support for Romo, I have to ask, how was the 3rd INT not on Romo? Didn't the ball leave his hands in a fumble like fashion, directly into the bread basket of Briggs who ran it the other way for the TD?? I dunno how you ask someone if they watched the game, when you say that wasn't Romo's fault


He had to avoid a free rusher by stepping up. He had two hands on the ball... What should he have done instead? Taken a sack? Hell no, he's a playmaker and you let him make a play. The defender got his hand on the ball and it was a good strip. The bad play was the bad blocking, the rest was just a strip.


Uhhhh, you protect the ball and absolutely take a sack.....it would've left them with 2nd down and about 14, still in field goal range.....that was at least a 10 point swing, maybe even 14....absolutely Romo's fault on that one, your logic doesnt make a lot of sense


So you're saying it was normal that Bernadeau lets a guy have a free rush on the quarterback?


Dude are you serious right now?? Quarterbacks get sacked all the time, but when they see pressure, it is their JOB to be smart, hold on to the ball, and take the sack......had he been blind sided, about to make a throw, gotten hit then fumbled, thats a little bit different.....but on this play, he saw pressure and was being hit, and instead of protecting the ball and preserving at least a field goal (which would've made it 17-10 or maybe even 17-14) he make some boneheaded play and it goes the other way making it 24-7, nail in coffin


Most quarterbacks actually don't get sacked all the time. You're just used to seeing Romo sacked all the time. If you want to win games and put up points behind this offensive line, Romo is going to have to make the plays he does... which includes stepping up. One time out of 100 times he steps up he gets stripped and you now want him to take sacks?


FYI....he fumbled twice last week, almost costing us the Tampa game.....just a reminder......
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