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Old 04-01-2013, 04:08 AM   #106
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so is that, "I was wrong, but not because of anything anyone else said, I'm just so smart that I outsmarted myself when I said it was a good idea yesterday."

it's a bad deal for the roids. romo should be happy, cause no one else was going to pay him that much... meaning that it's not really his market value.

that's too much guaranteed money for a guy that's above average but just not notable in any way.
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Old 04-01-2013, 09:59 AM   #107
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so is that, "I was wrong, but not because of anything anyone else said, I'm just so smart that I outsmarted myself when I said it was a good idea yesterday."

it's a bad deal for the roids. romo should be happy, cause no one else was going to pay him that much... meaning that it's not really his market value.

that's too much guaranteed money for a guy that's above average but just not notable in any way.
I think he's better then above average, what kills him is the critical errors. To be fair, people forget alot of Dan Marino's brainfarts.
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Old 04-01-2013, 10:06 AM   #108
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Saw this on a crawl this weekend and just laughed...I love Jerry Jones' stupidity. When he puts his loyalty into one of "his" guys, he never lets go, even when it harms the franchise.

The value of the deal was a stupid decision. The length of the deal was a stupid decision. The name on the deal was a stupid decision. How many chances can one man get after failing so many times. Dallas is nowhere near a Super Bowl as long as Romo is their QB.

We thank you, Jerry. Your team cannot afford this, in several ways.
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Old 04-01-2013, 10:21 AM   #109
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Here's the truth about Tony, if he played anywhere else besides Dallas he would be considered a big time QB.
Is it because the Cowboys pre-game meal contains a lot of butter? How is a change of address going to help him with simple tasks like handling snaps? I've never seem any QB fumble so many snaps. Don't even blame his center, some of the snaps in shotgun have hit Romo right in the face. If the same mistake keeps happening over and over, there's a point where you have to blame the leader. I've also seen Romo many times start retreating 30+ yards backwards when pressured. I remember seeing it actually result in a positive play ONCE...against us unfortunately.






















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Old 04-01-2013, 02:57 PM   #110
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The guy is classless. Hard to believe we didn't see it before when he was a media darling. He's actually the reason when I'm channel surfing that I don't stay on NFL Network seeing as how Playbook, one of my all time favorite shows before McNabb, is on usually when I get back from work.
McNabb just said what most are saying or have said. This deal also hurts us when we have to sing RGIII to a new deal
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McNabb just said what most are saying or have said. This deal also hurts us when we have to sing RGIII to a new deal
I doubt this deal will be anywhere near a bar setter when Griffin's contract comes due. Look at ARodgers up coming deal, and then Luck, Griffin, and Wilson all become UFA's in 2016 according to spotrac.com will be signing at the same time.
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Old 04-01-2013, 04:37 PM   #113
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McNabb just said what most are saying or have said. This deal also hurts us when we have to sing RGIII to a new deal
By 2016 Romo will have won zero Super Bowls whereas Gryphon will have won two. So apples to oranges.
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Saw this on a crawl this weekend and just laughed...I love Jerry Jones' stupidity. When he puts his loyalty into one of "his" guys, he never lets go, even when it harms the franchise.

The value of the deal was a stupid decision. The length of the deal was a stupid decision. The name on the deal was a stupid decision. How many chances can one man get after failing so many times. Dallas is nowhere near a Super Bowl as long as Romo is their QB.

We thank you, Jerry. Your team cannot afford this, in several ways.
And as long as Jerry Jones is their GM, which I hope is forever.
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so is that, "I was wrong, but not because of anything anyone else said, I'm just so smart that I outsmarted myself when I said it was a good idea yesterday."

it's a bad deal for the roids. romo should be happy, cause no one else was going to pay him that much... meaning that it's not really his market value.

that's too much guaranteed money for a guy that's above average but just not notable in any way.
I reacted to the Eli Manning extension yesterday, apparently.

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Old 04-02-2013, 12:37 PM   #116
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It's definitely worth it to the Dallas Cowboys to keep Tony Romo. Tony is clearly the best quarterback the franchise has had since Troy Aikman, and I think at this point, Romo has broken some of Troy's records. The Cowboys have been on the better side of .500 since Romo has been starter, netting two NFC East titles and three playoff berths. The Cowboys came close to another division title this past year as well as another playoff berth, so Jones still feels Tony can lead the Cowboys to potential greatness.

What we all see is a quarterback who probably at this age, has reached his performance ceiling - at least us being Redskins fans hopes this is true. Even still, if that IS the case, Romo could very easily remain at that ceiling for another two maybe three years. Which means, a potential for the division crown and playoffs for the next two to three years. What will hurt those chances, of course, is major injury and losing key players. The latter of the two being the most likely, since it looks like the Cowboys could be in cap Hell pretty soon.

So, with that said, is Tony Romo worth it this much to the Cowboys? Apparently yes. They are willing to ride it out with Romo and hope that 2013 is a special season for the Dallas Cowboys, because they realize that this team is going to start falling apart after 2013 unless they draft greatly.
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Old 04-02-2013, 01:37 PM   #117
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Tony is clearly the best quarterback the franchise has had since Troy Aikman...
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And as long as Jerry Jones is their GM, which I hope is forever.
Heard that. He'll definitely be the GM for as long as he's standing. His ego won't allow anything else.
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Old 04-02-2013, 03:24 PM   #119
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I always would have loved to of seen Romo on the Jets

That would be amazing. Unlike ESPN, the NY media would destroy him after every game he blew and gaffe he makes on and off the field.
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Cowboys Award 6-Year, $108 Million Extension To Super Bowl–Watching Quarterback Tony Romo | The Onion - America's Finest News Source


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“Tony has already watched seven Super Bowls for us,” said Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who acknowledged that the most lucrative contract in team history will put extra pressure on Romo to continue watching championships. “He was born to watch the Super Bowl, he’s proven himself capable of it, and we are confident that the next few years will see Tony Romo watch many, many more Super Bowls as a Dallas Cowboy.”

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