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(ESPN)   Jerry Jones says change is coming for the Cowboys. But not in head coach, defensive coordinator or quarterback. Also unwilling to take risks. Sounds like they should fire the GM   (espn.go.com) divider line 193
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2013-01-02 02:54:47 PM
New Uniforms!!!
 
2013-01-02 02:57:08 PM
Jackets!?

He's selling the team!?
 
2013-01-02 02:58:54 PM
My Cowboys are going to continue along this same way until we get the remedy the Raiders did.
 
2013-01-02 02:59:16 PM
1) Draft an O-Line & quit trying to show off & make headlines with your draft choices.
2) Hire an offensive coordinator.
3) Fire the GM.

I know people are pissed at Romo right now. I'm not going to try to defend that last interception. They scored off of that & it was the dagger that ultimately cost us the game. But he is far down on the list of things that are wrong with this franchise.

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: New Uniforms!!!


YEAH! Seriously, their white jersey unis need a major makeover. Any Cowboys personnel reading this, EIP. I will consult for game tickets.
 
2013-01-02 02:59:34 PM
Headline is all there is to this: "Jerry Jones vents frustration"

He has no plan, just a "challenge" that he'll get outside consultants to look at, per his quotes. All he's doing here is "venting" and telling the fans the "drastic change" line they always want to hear after a disappointing season.

This guy is such a control freak, I wouldn't be surprised if his commenting on the playcalling escalates to naming himself OC and putting on a headset. Unless there's some kind of league rule against that that I'm not aware of.
 
2013-01-02 02:59:58 PM
New Stadium.
 
2013-01-02 03:04:27 PM
I think you need to do something BIG, Jerry. Make a splash. Prove to the world that you want to make drastic changes to improve your team right now. What you really need to do is make a big splash on draft day. Draft the best-known skill position player or defensive back you can possibly get. Package multiple picks and trade way, way up if you have to. That way, people will know that you're really ready to shake things up around here.
 
2013-01-02 03:06:43 PM
How is it that a stadium that cost $400m and isn't even 20 years old (and underwent a $30m "update/renovation" in 2009) needs to be replaced? Will Jerryworld need to be torn down and replaced in 2027?

/talking about stl here
 
2013-01-02 03:11:00 PM
In cutting off a question from one of the hosts during his segment on KRLD-FM on Wednesday morning, Jones said, "I can assure our fans this, that it's going to be very uncomfortable from my standpoint, it's going to be very uncomfortable for the next few weeks and months at Valley Ranch."

Later, he added, "Like the back of a Volkswagen".
 
2013-01-02 03:13:37 PM
Usually, I would implore fans to stop buying tickets, merchandise, and directly supporting a team when the owner is cheap prat who has made no discernible investment (be it both financially AND emotionally) into the organization beyond moves made to enhance his or her own bottom line. This might be the first time a rather lavish spending owner who does want to win at least as much as make money deserves the same treatment.

The Cowboys need Jerry Jones to back the f*ck off and hire a GM. Fans of the team need to start speaking with their wallet.
 
2013-01-02 03:14:14 PM
Norv Turner
 
2013-01-02 03:16:31 PM

Di Atribe: 1) Draft an O-Line & quit trying to show off & make headlines with your draft choices.
2) Hire an offensive coordinator.
3) Fire the GM.

I know people are pissed at Romo right now. I'm not going to try to defend that last interception. They scored off of that & it was the dagger that ultimately cost us the game. But he is far down on the list of things that are wrong with this franchise.

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: New Uniforms!!!

YEAH! Seriously, their white jersey unis need a major makeover. Any Cowboys personnel reading this, EIP. I will consult for game tickets.


And when you draft that O-Line, make sure those guys know how to tackle.
 
2013-01-02 03:16:57 PM
Hey Jerry,

Use a couple of draft picks on offensive linemen so Romo isn't constantly scrambling. Use all the rest of your draft picks on defense, because it sucks. Just a suggestion. Or do whatever you want. I don't care, I'm a Vikings fan.
 
2013-01-02 03:17:06 PM
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In order to fix these problems I have created a whole new position in the Cowboys organization. The Head Coach will report directly to the new VP, Operations and Excellence, who will report to me. I have spent the last few months doing an exhaustive search for the correct person to fill this new and exciting position. Working with a team of advisers to create a comprehensive short list, the selection was unanimous. Every single person thought that there was only one person that could achieve the goal of the new position and that person was me.

So, Jason Garrett will now report to me and I, in turn, will report to me. I will have twice daily meetings with myself to make sure we are on track. I will tirelessly manage me to make sure that I am moving the organization in the right direction.

To make it easier for you I have provided this simple new chart:

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Go Cowboys!
 
2013-01-02 03:18:51 PM
He needs him some glory hole.
 
2013-01-02 03:20:45 PM

JolobinSmokin: Norv Turner


OhpleaseOhpleaseOhpleaseOhplease

/Skins Fan
//There is a FA D Lineman floating around somewhere just looking for a head to stomp also
 
2013-01-02 03:20:48 PM
Some interesting statistical breakdowns of the Dallas Cowboys:

In rushing offense, the Cowboys rank 31st, at 1,265 yards.
In rushing yards per attempt, the Cowboys rank 30th, at 3.6 yards per attempt.
The Cowboys are the 3rd most penalized team in the NFL.
The Cowboys defense was 24th, allowing 25 points per game.
In the last 6 weeks of the season, the Cowboys defense gave up 28.3 points per game.
In terms of defense per pass attempt, the Cowboys defense came in 27th.
In terms of defense per rush attempt, the Cowboys defense came in 27th.
In kickoff returns, the Dallas Cowboys were 29th.
In punting, the Dallas Cowboys average 40 net yards, putting them at 23rd.
The Cowboys intercepted 7 passes this year, tying them for 32nd.
The Cowboys recovered 9 fumbles this year, tying them for 20th.
The Cowboys were -13 in turnover differential, making them the 3rd worst in the NFL.
In total offense, the Cowboys rank 6th, just shy of 6,000 yards of offense.
The Dallas Cowboys finished 8-8.

Anyone attempting to point a finger at a single person should note that the entire team blows donkey ass.
 
2013-01-02 03:23:25 PM
A bigger screen in their stadium?
 
2013-01-02 03:25:56 PM

litespeed74: A bigger screen in their stadium?


Ooooooo, I have it from an inside source, they are actually going to upgrade the screen to be 3-D!!!

/Glasses cost $35 and are mandatory upon entry to Jerrahworld
 
2013-01-02 03:27:59 PM
New logo?
 
2013-01-02 03:28:15 PM
Jones, who has always said he would remain the team's general manager as long as he wanted,

Don't want anymore Jerry. It's no fun for any of us and it is only going to get worse.
 
2013-01-02 03:28:48 PM

Di Atribe: 1) Draft an O-Line & quit trying to show off & make headlines with your draft choices.
2) Hire an offensive coordinator.
3) Fire the GM.

I know people are pissed at Romo right now. I'm not going to try to defend that last interception. They scored off of that & it was the dagger that ultimately cost us the game. But he is far down on the list of things that are wrong with this franchise.


Yeah, he's like NUMBER 4 on that list.
 
2013-01-02 03:28:55 PM

Killer Cars: Usually, I would implore fans to stop buying tickets, merchandise, and directly supporting a team when the owner is cheap prat who has made no discernible investment (be it both financially AND emotionally) into the organization beyond moves made to enhance his or her own bottom line.


Trying to get attention by not buying tickets would be tough, they'd have the same problem that you'd have trying that strategy with the Cubs. The stadium on its own is an attraction, so a bunch of opposing fans and casual fans will still buy the tickets.
 
2013-01-02 03:29:02 PM

my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: litespeed74: A bigger screen in their stadium?

Ooooooo, I have it from an inside source, they are actually going to upgrade the screen to be 3-D!!!

/Single-use Glasses cost $35 and are mandatory upon entry to Jerrahworld


/FTFY
 
2013-01-02 03:30:03 PM

Di Atribe: I know people are pissed at Romo right now. I'm not going to try to defend that last interception.


I'll point out that hey, when you have a limited amount of time and your offensive line lets a guy run right through the middle of it into your face, you're throwing to your hot route, and it briefly looked open based on the LB's first step (which is about all Romo might've seen before he was about to get hit).

You can't take the sack and you can't ground the ball. Guy just made a great play on the ball.
 
2013-01-02 03:34:10 PM

Di Atribe: 1) Draft an O-Line & quit trying to show off & make headlines with your draft choices.
2) Hire an offensive coordinator.
3) Fire the GM.

I know people are pissed at Romo right now. I'm not going to try to defend that last interception. They scored off of that & it was the dagger that ultimately cost us the game. But he is far down on the list of things that are wrong with this franchise.

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: New Uniforms!!!

YEAH! Seriously, their white jersey unis need a major makeover. Any Cowboys personnel reading this, EIP. I will consult for game tickets.



All three of Romo's INTs in this past game were as pointless as INTs get. He panicks and just fires the ball downfield - how many times have we seen it? Jerry Jones is an idiot if he thinks Romo is changing any time soon or that he is going anywhere post-season with this moron at QB.

I was raised to hate the Cowboys, so I could go either way.
 
2013-01-02 03:34:48 PM

eddievercetti: Yeah, he's like NUMBER 4 on that list.


i.imgur.com
 
2013-01-02 03:35:07 PM
Thanks for that Jerry. I'm very happy to know that the Cowboys will continue to suck well into the forseeable future.

Geaux Saints!

/Goodell can suckit too!
 
2013-01-02 03:35:12 PM

IAmRight: Di Atribe: I know people are pissed at Romo right now. I'm not going to try to defend that last interception.

I'll point out that hey, when you have a limited amount of time and your offensive line lets a guy run right through the middle of it into your face, you're throwing to your hot route, and it briefly looked open based on the LB's first step (which is about all Romo might've seen before he was about to get hit).

You can't take the sack and you can't ground the ball. Guy just made a great play on the ball.


What are you talking about? I've been told by multiple reliable football minds here that Tony Romo was supposed to do the following after the ball was snaped:
1. Audible into another play while the ball was being snapped.
2. Call a timeout.
3. Throw the ball away since that's not intentional grounding in some alternate universes.
4. Throw the ball to the "blitz beater", the position on the field the Cowboys apparently have.
5. Lay down and just take the hit on the rib that was broken, again.
 
2013-01-02 03:36:51 PM

my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: Jerrahworld


Totally awesome. Now fans can see the Cowboys lose in another dimension!
 
2013-01-02 03:38:17 PM
Tebow?
 
2013-01-02 03:40:53 PM

Insatiable Jesus: All three of Romo's INTs in this past game were as pointless as INTs get.


Wrong. Go look at Mark Sanchez. Throwing off his back foot into double or triple coverage just because he doesn't know what to do. That's a pointless INT.

Having your dump-off pass jumped isn't even close to the same thing. His choices are to take the sack and go to 2nd and 20, or try his outlet. You can argue that he should just eat a sack, and you're probably right. But you weren't there, you don't know what he saw. Sometimes defensive players just make a good play.

And sometimes Kevin Ogletree runs the wrong route and you get to walk back to the sideline while the rest of the NFL talks about how much you "choke in big games".
 
2013-01-02 03:42:09 PM

farbekrieg: Tebow?


As GM? I'm intrigued. Would he draft six busts each draft before discovering a future HoFer in the 7th round?
 
2013-01-02 03:43:11 PM

Treygreen13: Some interesting statistical breakdowns of the Dallas Cowboys:

In rushing offense, the Cowboys rank 31st, at 1,265 yards.
In rushing yards per attempt, the Cowboys rank 30th, at 3.6 yards per attempt.
The Cowboys are the 3rd most penalized team in the NFL.
The Cowboys defense was 24th, allowing 25 points per game.
In the last 6 weeks of the season, the Cowboys defense gave up 28.3 points per game.
In terms of defense per pass attempt, the Cowboys defense came in 27th.
In terms of defense per rush attempt, the Cowboys defense came in 27th.
In kickoff returns, the Dallas Cowboys were 29th.
In punting, the Dallas Cowboys average 40 net yards, putting them at 23rd.
The Cowboys intercepted 7 passes this year, tying them for 32nd.
The Cowboys recovered 9 fumbles this year, tying them for 20th.
The Cowboys were -13 in turnover differential, making them the 3rd worst in the NFL.
In total offense, the Cowboys rank 6th, just shy of 6,000 yards of offense.
The Dallas Cowboys finished 8-8.

Anyone attempting to point a finger at a single person should note that the entire team blows donkey ass.


Take out a second mortgage in Cowboy Stadium and buy out/trade out the contracts of all their current starters?
 
2013-01-02 03:43:36 PM

Treygreen13: Some interesting statistical breakdowns of the Dallas Cowboys:

In rushing offense, the Cowboys rank 31st, at 1,265 yards.
In rushing yards per attempt, the Cowboys rank 30th, at 3.6 yards per attempt.
The Cowboys are the 3rd most penalized team in the NFL.
The Cowboys defense was 24th, allowing 25 points per game.
In the last 6 weeks of the season, the Cowboys defense gave up 28.3 points per game.
In terms of defense per pass attempt, the Cowboys defense came in 27th.
In terms of defense per rush attempt, the Cowboys defense came in 27th.
In kickoff returns, the Dallas Cowboys were 29th.
In punting, the Dallas Cowboys average 40 net yards, putting them at 23rd.
The Cowboys intercepted 7 passes this year, tying them for 32nd.
The Cowboys recovered 9 fumbles this year, tying them for 20th.
The Cowboys were -13 in turnover differential, making them the 3rd worst in the NFL.
In total offense, the Cowboys rank 6th, just shy of 6,000 yards of offense.
The Dallas Cowboys finished 8-8.

Anyone attempting to point a finger at a single person should note that the entire team blows donkey ass.


Going by those numbers, the Cowboys overachieved.
 
2013-01-02 03:43:45 PM
All they need is a new GM, defensive coordinator, quarterback, O-line, healthy runningbacks, linebackers, corners, safeties, and head coach. So basically get rid of everyone but Whitten and Ware.
 
2013-01-02 03:45:47 PM

GQueue: Trying to get attention by not buying tickets would be tough, they'd have the same problem that you'd have trying that strategy with the Cubs. The stadium on its own is an attraction, so a bunch of opposing fans and casual fans will still buy the tickets.


Oh totally, the Cowboys in of themselves are such a strong "brand" (ignoring some of the obvious amenities that come with them including the gigantic F*ckYouandLookAtMe Dome or whatever their stadium is called) that even a SUPER prolonged playoff drought won't drastically affect their bottom line.

The two of them are definitely different, but Cowboys somewhat remind me of my Red Sox. Too many pink hat wearing douchetards who probably couldn't even name players that were on the team just over 10 years ago have long become part of the so-called "nation" that going to games at Fenway is part of a manufactured social scene way more so than a sporting event....meaning, simply, it doesn't matter what the product on the field is, and how it preforms. It's there, and tweeting a few blurry Instagram pics of the Green Monster carries enough cachet on its own, as stupid as that is.

/not saying the Cowboys and Sox don't have plenty of knowledgeable, diehard fans, just the bandwagoners/hangers-on are plentiful.
 
2013-01-02 03:51:45 PM

Treygreen13: Insatiable Jesus: All three of Romo's INTs in this past game were as pointless as INTs get.

Wrong. Go look at Mark Sanchez. Throwing off his back foot into double or triple coverage just because he doesn't know what to do. That's a pointless INT.

Having your dump-off pass jumped isn't even close to the same thing. His choices are to take the sack and go to 2nd and 20, or try his outlet. You can argue that he should just eat a sack, and you're probably right. But you weren't there, you don't know what he saw. Sometimes defensive players just make a good play.

And sometimes Kevin Ogletree runs the wrong route and you get to walk back to the sideline while the rest of the NFL talks about how much you "choke in big games".


Romo apologia to the max. The final killer interception was perhaps the shiattiest non-Sanchez INT this year. The throw itself was awful, and was a high arc that seemed to hover in the air for about ten seconds, giving the Redskins LB (who was slow as shiat) to get to the ball. Yeah, the OLine didn't pick up the blitz correctly, but holy shiat, Romo's pass ended the game. A 2nd and 20, and they still had an outside shot. Call it for what it was: a shiatty throw by an overrated but shiatty QB.
 
2013-01-02 03:51:51 PM

Comic Book Guy: Take out a second mortgage in Cowboy Stadium and buy out/trade out the contracts of all their current starters?


Well, part of that is explainable. The offensive line is atrocious in run-blocking and their starting RB missed half the season. The Cowboys outside of one player are only "commonly" penalized... Doug Free is the most penalized player in the NFL at 15 total penalties... including 7 CRUSHING offensive holding penalties. The defense was a M*A*S*H* unit, including the vast majority of the middle of the defense being backups or backups of backups. Their starting punter went out with injury so the backup punter has been in, and is bad. The secondary had one really veteran guy left, and he was newly signed... their biggest player in the secondary is a rookie.

The Cowboys have had exactly *one* bright spot this year, and it has been the passing game. It's the only part of their game that is functional in any way. Like my stats say, the Cowboys are 3rd in passing production and 31st in running production, not to mention in the bottom 3rd or bottom 5 in nearly every other statistical category. And the morons here say "well if we just get rid of Romo".

Yeah. The team is the one of the worst in the NFL at everything *but* passing and you won half your games and were 1 game out of the playoffs, and the answer is to gut the last part of your team that does anything but suck.
 
2013-01-02 03:54:56 PM
The entire team is great. All they need to do is get rid of that terrible tight end and that awful receiver. Send them to Buffalo as punishment. This way they would instantly improve their offense, Jerry would look awesome and Buffalo would get the players their fans deserve.

/briar patch buffalo fan
 
2013-01-02 03:55:12 PM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Romo apologia to the max. The final killer interception was perhaps the shiattiest non-Sanchez INT this year. The throw itself was awful, and was a high arc that seemed to hover in the air for about ten seconds, giving the Redskins LB (who was slow as shiat) to get to the ball. Yeah, the OLine didn't pick up the blitz correctly, but holy shiat, Romo's pass ended the game. A 2nd and 20, and they still had an outside shot. Call it for what it was: a shiatty throw by an overrated but shiatty QB.


So you think that the Romo's intercepted dump-off to his RB when nobody blocked a guy is the worst non-Sanchez pass this year?
www.seoboy.com
Please. Tony makes mistakes and should have taken a sack there. But everybody loves to point out his failures and simply refuses to admit that he's a good player on a bad team.
 
2013-01-02 03:56:11 PM

Treygreen13: Doug Free is the most penalized player in the NFL at 15 total penalties... including 7 CRUSHING offensive holding penalties.


That's seriously impressive. There's a couple guys on the Seahawks O-line (Okung, Giacomini; we're looking at you) that I swear are good for multiple penalties game.

Like, I think Russell Wilson actually calls out "Giacomini, Personal Foul 180, HUT HUT".
 
2013-01-02 03:58:39 PM

Killer Cars: Usually, I would implore fans to stop buying tickets, merchandise, and directly supporting a team when the owner is cheap prat who has made no discernible investment (be it both financially AND emotionally) into the organization beyond moves made to enhance his or her own bottom line. This might be the first time a rather lavish spending owner who does want to win at least as much as make money deserves the same treatment.

The Cowboys need Jerry Jones to back the f*ck off and hire a GM. Fans of the team need to start speaking with their wallet.


I've been imploring Redskins fans to do the same for a decade, never worked. Granted, they're getting better, but not having high picks or cap space in the coming years is going to keep them from being a true contender.
 
2013-01-02 04:01:31 PM

Killer Cars: That's seriously impressive. There's a couple guys on the Seahawks O-line (Okung, Giacomini; we're looking at you) that I swear are good for multiple penalties game.


Okung has been good. Giacomini has been pretty great recently too. Don't recall having seen a PF from him in a few weeks.

But yeah, that dude loves fighting. I do find myself after half of the good plays yelling at the screen DAMMIT GIACOMINI DON'T COMMIT A PERSONAL FOUL NOW
 
2013-01-02 04:02:05 PM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: a shiatty throw by an overrated but shiatty QB.


Who overrates him? This is the shiattiest argument ever. "Waaaaaaaaaaah he's so overrated!!11!" You hate the Cowboys anyway. Why do you even bother to pretend to have an objective look at the situation?


Killer Cars: F*ckYouandLookAtMe Dome


Sigh. So any time someone has a nice stadium, it's "farkYouandLookAtMe Dome?" Seriously?


Killer Cars: /not saying the Cowboys and Sox don't have plenty of knowledgeable, diehard fans, just the bandwagoners/hangers-on are plentiful.


Honestly, most teams that have enjoyed any sort of mild success is gonna have those. But unfortunately for you, it doesn't matter. And getting yourself all angrified over who is a fan & why is a huge waste of your time. If you watch sports so you can judge other fans in order to show what a good fan you are, then you're doing it wrong.

Seriously, your entire post was made up of shiat you made up in your head. None of it matters.
 
2013-01-02 04:07:06 PM

the biggest redneck here: I've been imploring Redskins fans to do the same for a decade, never worked. Granted, they're getting better, but not having high picks or cap space in the coming years is going to keep them from being a true contender.


You think so? Really? That ol' Bobby Three Sticks & that Morris fellow may help you guys out there.

And that's not snark. I really do think the Redskins are going to be *gulp* top of the NFC East for a while. *coughcry*
 
2013-01-02 04:10:20 PM

Di Atribe: And that's not snark. I really do think the Redskins are going to be *gulp* top of the NFC East for a while. *coughcry*


They'll have a lot of problems going forward because, again, they have no first-rounders for the next two years now. The guys they have are nice, but you have to have depth to compete for the full year (or an extraordinary amount of luck).
 
2013-01-02 04:11:12 PM

Treygreen13: Comic Book Guy: Take out a second mortgage in Cowboy Stadium and buy out/trade out the contracts of all their current starters?

Well, part of that is explainable. The offensive line is atrocious in run-blocking and their starting RB missed half the season. The Cowboys outside of one player are only "commonly" penalized... Doug Free is the most penalized player in the NFL at 15 total penalties... including 7 CRUSHING offensive holding penalties. The defense was a M*A*S*H* unit, including the vast majority of the middle of the defense being backups or backups of backups. Their starting punter went out with injury so the backup punter has been in, and is bad. The secondary had one really veteran guy left, and he was newly signed... their biggest player in the secondary is a rookie.

The Cowboys have had exactly *one* bright spot this year, and it has been the passing game. It's the only part of their game that is functional in any way. Like my stats say, the Cowboys are 3rd in passing production and 31st in running production, not to mention in the bottom 3rd or bottom 5 in nearly every other statistical category. And the morons here say "well if we just get rid of Romo".

Yeah. The team is the one of the worst in the NFL at everything *but* passing and you won half your games and were 1 game out of the playoffs, and the answer is to gut the last part of your team that does anything but suck.


Soooooo...par for the course as far as Cowboys fans are concerned?

/I can't seem to stop posting snarky Cowboys comments today
//Must still be residual euphoric overconfidence from Sunday
/Gotta enjoy it while it lasts
 
2013-01-02 04:15:14 PM
They should have gotten rid of Romo a long time ago... As someone who dislikes the Cowboys I'm glad they haven't.

a.espncdn.com

////Yeah I know he's not the only problem on that team...
 
2013-01-02 04:15:48 PM

TheOther: Going by those numbers, the Cowboys overachieved.


You're right. They were lucky to be 8-8 and were a fingertip and a bounce away from being 10-6.

What really kills me was the idea that the Cowboys, if they had won in week 17, could have had the wonderful opportunity to go up to Seattle and get their teeth kicked in by a Seahawks running game that would have made Alfred Morris's 200 yards and 3 rushing TDs look like a pop warner game. The Seahawks absolutely manhandled the Cowboys interior defense when they were healthy. In the 4th quarter of their previous meeting, the Cowboys had the ball for something like 15 seconds. Imagine how it would have been now with most of the defense hurt.

I was sitting there hoping the Cowboys would lose simply because I didn't want to watch them lose *another* playoff game with backups of backups. And you think people are tough on Romo now, imagine if he had gone to Seattle *again* and gotten a loss. It wouldn't have mattered what he did, a week ago he put up 416 and 4TDs and *lost* because his defense couldn't stop anyone.

Yet, here, you hear it anyway. "Well if Romo makes this pass they could have scored 35 and won!" Fark you, Cowboys fans. Nobody should have to score 30+ every week to win.

Everyone says, "well he should just throw the ball away" or "he should just take a sack". But why? What is his motivation to just lay down and let the defense try to hold? They won't. Their shiatty punter will flop it 25 yards and then any RB without polio will grind the clock out. If he goes 3 and out and never sees the ball again, it's his fault. Nobody will say, "Well I really think the Cowboys need to shore up on depth at their inside linebacker positon" they'll say "BUT IN THE 2ND QUARTER IF ROMO THROWS THIS PASS THEY WOULD HAVE BETTER FIELD POSITION!" If he completes every pass he throws and they lose because the defense gave up 60 points, it's his fault. If they win, it's "well go win the next one and then we'll see". His only hope is to sling it every chance he gets because there is no positive outcome of him not slinging it. His team doesn't force turnovers, it can't stop anyone, it can't run, they can't pass block, and the only play his coach knows is "throw it to somebody".
 
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