The Dallas Cowboys have been the center of criticism and unwarranted jabs for a long time.
That said, I can honestly state that this team is one of the best in the league, especially since it won its first playoff game in over a decade. It was a long time coming for us Dallas fans, and I treasure that moment up with the ones you would have on today’s holiday of Valentines Day.
However, I was sitting with my close friend and the conversation included college majors, the artwork in our homes, old memories, and finally it drifted to sports.
And I heard something from her I couldn’t believe. She actually wished that Tony Romo was off the Cowboys.
Immediately I was stunned because Tony’s coming off his best season ever. 347/550 pass completions to attempts with a 63.1 completion percentage, 4,483 yards passing, 26 passing touchdowns to only NINE interceptions, and a 97.6 quarterback rating.
Plus, we won a playoff game!!!
What else do you want? Yeah, I know. You want to win the Super Bowl; who doesn’t?
It just ruffles my feathers when I hear the fans I represent take advantage of what Dallas has in its possession. We have a top ten quarterback and they want to catapult him out of Dallas?
Those were some dark times. With Tony Romo however, we are never counted as an automatic loss ever. No team suits up against us thinking they can just check this one off the to-do list.
It’s offensive and somewhat asinine to be against Tony Romo after what he has done for us. We finally have a shot at the whole thing; Lombardi Trophy, parade, and all with Romo.
That’s something we never had with Drew Bledsoe, who looked more like a worn-out punching bag at times.
That first year in 2007 when Tony Romo took over as the starter, you knew that Dallas actually had a shot. That we weren’t battling for a lower draft spot or a season about .500, we actually had a shot.
What does Tony do? He throws 36 touchdowns and we win 13 games. Get first round bye, but are knocked out by the eventual champions, the New York Giants.
Yeah, we didn’t win it all, but we made progress! Rome wasn’t built in a day.
I think the fans or viewers that harshly critique the Cowboys as losers, and Tony Romo as a incompetent player, should either jump in a lake or read Football For Dummies.
Is their any legitimate argument that Tony Romo needs to be replaced other than the fact that he doesn’t have a Super Bowl ring yet?
Is that all that the negative people have?
I think it is pure impatience by fans who want to win the Super Bowl, and since Dallas has this great history of winning the Super Bowl, they believe that the team should win it right now.
Football is not royalty, there is no entitlement to the fans for anything. All we can do is hope and pray for our players. They are trying very hard to win the Super Bowl, but we need to be patient because this isn’t Troy Aikman, who actually took five years to win the Super Bowl, and the 90s Cowboys. These are the 2010 Cowboys fresh off a playoff win and ready to kick some butt.
There are all these fans that think the solution is to change quarterbacks and every time I hear that, I just scoff and roll my eyes.
Who can we get that’s better than Romo? Better yet, who is better than Romo?
Kurt Warner is retired. Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and Drew Brees are staying where they are without question for now.
Philip Rivers and Aaron Rodgers are unlikely going anywhere barring some scandal or them demanding a trade.
Face it people. Tony’s the best we got. He may not have a ring, but we as fans need to give him time.
This team was sorting out its kinks when he started here, and now the first year where we actually look like a Cowboys team of the past, we win a playoff game.
You got to win a playoff game before you win the Super Bowl.
‘Next time, we’ll have their number’ is the kind of attitude I need to see more off. How can anyone say that Tony Romo is a bad quarterback when he threw for nearly three times as many touchdowns as he did interceptions?
I guess most people don’t know how to judge a quarterback. They really don’t.
These things take time. It took the Saints time, it took the Colts time, it even took the Patriots time.
I applaud those who still stand behind Tony, but there are several who think that firing someone is the only solution and not try, try again like the saying goes.
Sit down and watch a movie or read some books because we have to wait a while for next year, and it may not happen then either.
It may never happen. I don’t want to think like that, but it may never happen.
But there’s a chance though.
We get rid of Tony Romo for some nobody and there is no chance period.
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