I was not exactly shocked by what Tony Romo said in the press conference on Monday. I was more saddened and disappointed by the way it happened. TR has been with the Cowboys for over a decade and has put this team on his shoulders and literally broken his back for it. The haters can say what they want but I was a fan from the start and will continue to be a fan of TR whether he stays with the Cowboys or goes somewhere else or does whatever else.
Life can be such a bitch sometimes but it is what it is. No one says or ever will say that life is fair. We all know that. One thing for sure is that Tony Romo press conference speech was a great show of humility and team togetherness. No one in the NFL can deny that this Dallas Cowboys team does have something special going on here right now. It cannot be impeded by controversy and Romo did an extremely honorable thing with his concession.
With that being said, I think Colin Cowherd put it very close to how I feel about Tony Romo’s experience as a Dallas Cowboy.
This article goes out to the haters. They want, so badly, for this Dallas Cowboys team to be a nightmare they can wake up from. But, as we can all see, this ain’t happening. As for the haters that reported my Facebook page as spam or whatever, this is for you, too.
Before I get into this game, I have to get something off my mind. The Facebook fan page I had attached to this site was taken down recently and from what I learned, it was due to people (haters) reporting it for whatever reason. The timing of this is perfect for us, though. My wife and I are in Hawaii and have this great view of the ocean and deep green mountains and we are thoroughly enjoying ourselves. So, this gave us lots of time to chill without any worries about this, that, and the other. So, thank you. We will have another FB fan page up and running soon enough. Stay tuned.
Now, let’s get to the game. Is this a dream my fellow fans? No. Is this a season where the shit will hit the fan on any given Sunday? Yes. But, this team is for real and everyone in the NFL has been put on notice. There is no denying what Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott have done in these last six games. They are, literally, creating unchartered territory for the entire NFL while breaking records and, most importantly, stacking up them Ws. Dem ‘Boys are sitting at the top of the NFC East with a one game lead ahead of the Washington Redskins. What more can we ask for in this almost complete first half of the season? Not a whole lot in my opinion. The Green Bay Packers were number one in rushing defense coming into this game. WERE. They have lost their place going down two spots to number three. They learned today that the Dallas Cowboys, the rushing attack and the Dak attack are the real damn deal! Hell, even the defense came through like they have been in the last 3-4 games. It was as exciting to watch the game as to know that YES, we have a great TEAM!
The defense keeps making plays and keeping the other teams at bay. The Dak attack and EzE offense keep laying down the law and this time did it in Lambeau Field. Cole Beasley has completely taken over as the number one receiver and still cannot be stopped. He is in BeasTley mode and we love every minute of it! And we have to give the ultimate credit to the badass offensive line. They are definitely the biggest reason for the Cowboys success in these wins.
There is this aroma in the air of a young, hungry team that wants to prove they are a contender week in, week out. They continue to play like they are and, I personally, do not see them slowing down.
With that being said, the only thing that can get in the way or stop the momentum is either Jerry Jones or the Cowboys coaching staff. We’ve seen this before but I believe this time is different. Y’all know what I’m talking about. The Dak over Tony or Tony over Dak argument is in full force and on major display. In all honesty, though, I think Dak should keep the spot. He is proving game in and game out that he is going to play lights out against good and great teams. The decision seems really easy but you never know how it will play out in the end. At this point, it seems like common sense to keep the winning team together as it is. Only time will tell what the decision will be but I’m sure the coaches are thinking along the same lines as most of us fans are.
Keep Dak in the game.
No matter the decision in the end, it will always be #DC4L.
Sadly, I agree with Stephen A Smith on Jerry Jones.
Yes folks. Stephen A. Smith, the biggest Cowboys hater on planet Earth, is on the Dak-wagon. The Dallas Cowboys have a problem that so many teams WISH they had. But, the good thing is that there is no drama about it, as of now.
The biggest issue hanging on the line is…momentum. Do the Dallas Cowboys break it by starting Tony Romo in week 8 if they win against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday? As a fan I say NO! But, if Jerry Jones decides to break it, then we have to deal with it. But, If the Cowboys lose on Sunday, then what? That is the question that will loom if the ‘Boys walk out of Lambeau field with an L.