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Old 01-08-2007, 08:53 AM   #136
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Romo cried in the locker room after the game. Is it wrong that I find that hilarious?

Bizarre loss devastates Dallas
Nope, I wish I have gotten ahold of some of those tears. I bet if you sprinkle those on the ground in the DC area, another Redskin fan grows.
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Old 01-08-2007, 09:56 AM   #137
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Not so good across all the games, though...
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Old 01-08-2007, 10:40 AM   #138
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TAFKAS

Im done with discussing this small matter, you will here no more from me about it. Its just pointless.

Back to football.

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Old 01-08-2007, 10:49 AM   #139
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I was soooooo glad to see Dallas and the Giants lose this weekend. I do feel bad for Romo however. He took the loss pretty hard. But overall it was a great weekend!
I agree with you and felt sorry for Romo for making that knid of mistake to end his year. Now I did enjoy thinking about all those Dallas fans lighting up those cigars as the ball slips out of his hands. Back to Romo. Whats wrong with the fact that it really upset him and he cried for loosing a game for all of his team, fans ,and coaches. I read allot of post here about how it seems that our players don't care when we lose. So how can we knock him for being emotional about what happened. He was man enough to come out and do a press conference and take full blame for loosing the game. Others have asked how will this effect his head and game. I don't really think it will because it was not A QB mistake but a holders mistake and he will not be the holder next year as the starting QB. As a QB he put them in a position to win which is what the coaches will dwell on so he does not loose his convidence. We will see next year.
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Old 01-08-2007, 10:50 AM   #140
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Not so good across all the games, though...

Yeah, Sunday was not a good day.
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Old 01-08-2007, 11:06 AM   #141
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I agree with you and felt sorry for Romo for making that knid of mistake to end his year. Now I did enjoy thinking about all those Dallas fans lighting up those cigars as the ball slips out of his hands. Back to Romo. Whats wrong with the fact that it really upset him and he cried for loosing a game for all of his team, fans ,and coaches. I read allot of post here about how it seems that our players don't care when we lose. So how can we knock him for being emotional about what happened. He was man enough to come out and do a press conference and take full blame for loosing the game. Others have asked how will this effect his head and game. I don't really think it will because it was not A QB mistake but a holders mistake and he will not be the holder next year as the starting QB. As a QB he put them in a position to win which is what the coaches will dwell on so he does not loose his convidence. We will see next year.
I agree, I see nothing wrong with him being emotional after that, how can anyone really blame him? I know I'd be crushed if I were him.
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Old 01-08-2007, 02:08 PM   #142
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I felt bad at first, but then I thought about it. He IS a rookie. Rookies make these kind of mistakes. Everyone was making him into this hero, a hero that had yet to prove himself in the NFL. This guy needed this to happen to him.... and it only makes sense in my book. He'll learn from it and be fine.
He's in his 4th year.

He is inexperienced, but he's no rookie.
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Anything to knock him down a peg or two.
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I agree with you and felt sorry for Romo for making that knid of mistake to end his year. Now I did enjoy thinking about all those Dallas fans lighting up those cigars as the ball slips out of his hands. Back to Romo. Whats wrong with the fact that it really upset him and he cried for loosing a game for all of his team, fans ,and coaches. I read allot of post here about how it seems that our players don't care when we lose. So how can we knock him for being emotional about what happened. He was man enough to come out and do a press conference and take full blame for loosing the game. Others have asked how will this effect his head and game. I don't really think it will because it was not A QB mistake but a holders mistake and he will not be the holder next year as the starting QB. As a QB he put them in a position to win which is what the coaches will dwell on so he does not loose his convidence. We will see next year.
I will agree with that. I dont see anything wrong with him being as upset as he was about the mistake. Who knows in the NFC, it could have meant a trip to the super bowl with the way this conference is....I was sure happy to see him do it though
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Old 01-08-2007, 09:39 PM   #145
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i hate the whole whole damn cowboys organization,and their asshole owner.
i like romo,and i always have liked parcell's because he cracks shit on everybody!the seahawks are way up on my shit list too.
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