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    Romo...pick.

    For the record...what the hell are the Cowboys doing throwing the ball?


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  2. #62

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    Nice throw Romo...





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    They got criticized all week for trying to run too much last week against Chicago. So, this week they are trying to stay aggressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Romo...pick.

    For the record...what the hell are the Cowboys doing throwing the ball?


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    Unbelievable... with Murray running so well.





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    The Cowboys have to have the stupidest coaching staff in the NFL.





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    Romo will never live this one down. Neither will Dallas. Not only can Green Bay take the lead, but they can bleed the clock before they do.

    This is mainly on Dallas' defense, but once again Romo just does it at the WORST POSSIBLE TIME. It's like the discussion about the Ravens defense this year. The stats look good and the other side of the ball isn't helping, but at the worst times, they'll crack. Only Romo wishes he's only been doing it for one year.
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    Romo throwing a key INT? Ya don't say?





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    Welcome back to December Tony Romo...





  9. #69

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    Romo has plenty of time though with only needing a FG.

    I think he pulls it out.


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    Wow.

    Great job Romo


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    And he threw another one.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Romo has plenty of time though with only needing a FG.

    I think he pulls it out.


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