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Old 09-16-2010, 12:18 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Tony Romo Highlights

In honor of Dallas' performance in Week 1, a look back at similar successes:







Man, this guy has more bloopers than Rex Grossman and Jim Marshall combined.
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Old 09-16-2010, 12:22 PM   #2
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Re: Tony Romo Highlights

The scramble on the snap that was over his head was actually a really good play.
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Old 09-16-2010, 12:33 PM   #3
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Re: Tony Romo Highlights

while we're at it we may as well lump in some videos of eli manning displaying his strong alpha-male leadership characteristics of complaining, blaming everyone but himself and crying.
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great job .. those are like sitting back and watching caddyshack ...classis moments from the biggest tool on the planet .. aww schucks
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The scramble on the snap that was over his head was actually a really good play.
Yea he ran back 15 yards to pick up the ball the 20 to get the first down. I think I'd remove that clip.
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If your a Ram defender, you should take your own life........
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Re: Tony Romo Highlights

Is the first clip from the 2007 game that we lost? Wasn't that the game that the Cowboys had repeated snap problems? Or no?
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If your a Ram defender, you should take your own life........
Most Rams' players probably have that thought weekly.
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Yea he ran back 15 yards to pick up the ball the 20 to get the first down. I think I'd remove that clip.
Still funny to watch. High snap...Romo can't pick up the ball (his modus operendi)...then the Rams D does their thing.
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Most Rams' players probably have that thought weekly.
...........good point
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I know I'm going to get Destroyed but I actually Like Romo as a QB.. The guy is a stud.. I hate Dallas so I could care less how many games he wins, but I do think he's a top 10 QB.
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Old 09-16-2010, 03:15 PM   #12
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Stud?

Using that definition, so is Rex Grossman.
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Not even close Buster, Romo is on another level than Grossman.. I hate them as much as anyone else but you can't say Tony sucks.

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Old 09-16-2010, 03:42 PM   #15
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Re: Tony Romo Highlights

I don't necessarily "like" Tony Romo -- I think he's a goofy looking dork -- but I do recognize that he's a top tier QB. He was 3rd in passing yards last year, with almost 4,500 yards, and he had 26 TDs and only 9 INTs. His problem is his playoff record.
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