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Old 03-29-2013, 08:10 PM   #16
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Jason Witten, DeMarcus Ware, and Miles Austin have all restructured and all are relatively young. Not rookie young, but not old either. Oh, and Dez Bryant's rookie deal is up in two years.

If Romo is still on the roster collecting that coin in 3 years, one of those above will probably be gone.
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Romo is horrible under pressure. He has proven to be a brilliant choke artist in the playoffs.

His awful post-season showing will probably be why he'll always be considered medium. Good, but never great.
He's only played in like 3 games and do you know who has the most 4th quarter comeback wins since 2009? Tony Romo . Also he leads the NFL in 4th Qtr QB rating, so how is he a choke artist? Is peyton Manning a choker because he has a losing playoff record? Romo is a baller, dude gets like 30 tds and 12 ints a season, I hate Dallas but I am also a realist. Plus who were they going to replace him with? Same with flacco in Baltimore.


Career 65% passer and 96 QBR. Thats pretty damn good
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Jason Witten, DeMarcus Ware, and Miles Austin have all restructured and all are relatively young. Not rookie young, but not old either. Oh, and Dez Bryant's rookie deal is up in two years.

If Romo is still on the roster collecting that coin in 3 years, one of those above will probably be gone.
Witten and Ware are both 32. that's not relatively young in nfl terms. in fact both are getting long in the tooth. Austin is 29 so he is still in his prime. Tony also is 33, qbs do last longer, but in year 4 he will be 37, and they will still have several million in deadcap probably if they cut him.
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Old 03-29-2013, 08:49 PM   #19
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Witten and Ware are both 32. that's not relatively young in nfl terms. in fact both are getting long in the tooth. Austin is 29 so he is still in his prime. Tony also is 33, qbs do last longer, but in year 4 he will be 37, and they will still have several million in deadcap probably if they cut him.
No, sir. Both Witten and Ware were born in 1982. They turn 31 years old in May and July, respectively. I think we're making the same point though.

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He's only played in like 3 games and do you know who has the most 4th quarter comeback wins since 2009? Tony Romo . Also he leads the NFL in 4th Qtr QB rating, so how is he a choke artist? Is peyton Manning a choker because he has a losing playoff record? Romo is a baller, dude gets like 30 tds and 12 ints a season, I hate Dallas but I am also a realist. Plus who were they going to replace him with? Same with flacco in Baltimore.


Career 65% passer and 96 QBR. Thats pretty damn good
Maybe we trade for Romo.
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No, sir. Both Witten and Ware were born in 1982. They turn 31 years old in May and July, respectively. I think we're making the same point though.
You are right.
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Just an absurd deal. One playoff win gets you that kind of money?

Insane.
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Old 03-29-2013, 09:10 PM   #23
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I said he's a choke artist in the playoffs. What good is he if he gets you to the post season and then totally fails?

Dude is the Lebron of the NFL. He's not going anywhere with Dallas. At least not this year.
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I guess I should've said, Romo is what Lebron was to the Cavs.
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I guess I should've said, Romo is what Lebron was to the Cavs.
Knew that's what you meant.

I just can't wrap my head around giving a 33 year-old quarterback a 6 year deal. Not only that, to Romo, AND worth 108 million. I mean, how many quarterbacks play til they're 39, 40 years old? Apparently Jerry Jones has a mental illness that forces you to run your team into the ground.
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this is so awesome
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Just texted my cowboy fan cousin. His response can't be repeated on this family friendly site. But as bad as we think the deal is, plenty of cowboy fans think its worse.
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Maybe we trade for Romo.
Lol no thanks. I'm just saying he's pretty good. All time cowboys passer? Is that not a big time achievement?
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Just texted my cowboy fan cousin. His response can't be repeated on this family friendly site. But as bad as we think the deal is, plenty of cowboy fans think its worse.
Ask him if he wants Quincy Carter or drew bledsoe instead?
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Lol no thanks. I'm just saying he's pretty good. All time cowboys passer? Is that not a big time achievement?
In games needed to win to continue the Cowboys season, he is 1-6. RGIII has already tied him.

He is just good enough to make you think he is good enough.
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