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Monday, October 08, 2007

Say what you want about 5 INTs, but ...

Monday's comeback by the Dallas Cowboys was the craziest thing I've seen in a long, long time. Tony Romo's 5-INT performance means nothing as the Cowboys were able to pull out the win ... behind Romo.
I was a little more perturbed about T.O.'s showing down the stretch as he dropped a couple of CRUCIAL passes.
This Cowboys team is something special. Sure the win was against the Bills, but not every team in the NFL would have rallied to beat them after such a disastrous beginning. And not every team is 5-0.
The big test, of course, is Sunday when the Patriots come to town.
It will mark the first team with a winning record Dallas has played. It will certainly be a good game by which to measure the squads, but win or lose, it's just one game. But it sure is a lot better when the teams are 10-0.
Kudos to Romo and the Cowboys, for such a bad night statistically, the kid added another chapter to his diabolical image in Dallas.


Blogger Pedro Pizarro said...

Roy, the Bills lost because Dick Jauron is their coach -- plain and simple. And Nick Folk is a pretty darn good kicker.
Romo did put his team in a position to win at the end, though. He'll have to get his head straight Sunday because the Pats don't mess around on defense.

10:35 AM  
Blogger Roy Lang III said...

Great to hear from you!
You said Dick Jauron, ehh ehh.

12:00 PM  

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