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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Cowboys-Giants: Not the way to open a new stadium

How many times in NFL history has one team run for more than 250 yards and still lost?

When you run for plus 250 in a game, it means your offensive line is dominating their defensive line. It means you have been more manly than their men have been.

But in the regular season debut of the Rome Coliseum in Arlington, Texas, the Dallas Cowboys rushed for 251 yards yet lost to the New York Giants, 33-31.

The Cowboys culprit? Tony Romo. He threw three interceptions and each pass was worse than the last one. The Giants returned one for a touchdown and should have been awarded a touchdown on another interception after a Romo pass ricocheted off of Jason Witten's foot. Romo's third pick was such a lob-lolly that the Giants defender could have called a fair catch.

Jerry's $1 billion stadium was glorious and brought out the likes of LeBron James, George Bush, and a bunch of old Cowboys, including Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman. Unfortunately for Dallas, Romo is looking more like Danny White.


4 Comments:

Anonymous toofat said...

I like your blog but please do not insult the greatest occasionally cross-eyed punter/QB in Cowboy history. If Romo played like Danny White tonight they wopuld have won by 30. Unfortunately he played like Gary Hogaboom, with a dislocated sholder

September 20, 2009 at 11:37 PM  
Anonymous constant gina said...

Definately looking forward to Romo proving himself without TO

September 21, 2009 at 12:16 AM  
Blogger Mike_Is_In_Austin said...

Two thoughts:
1- I'm sure glad the giants ruined Jerry's coming out party!
2- at first, on Saturday night, I got really nervous thinking that Colt McCoy had started dating Jessica Simpson, but I'm now very relieved and happy to see it's still tony romo!

September 21, 2009 at 7:39 AM  
Blogger Billy Burger said...

haha @ toofat's comment.

Sorry, NOT a Cowboys fan here so I was pleased with the outcome. Same with seeing the Pats, Steelers, Browns go down. Oh, and my Bengals got a W. Good Sunday indeed.

September 21, 2009 at 9:53 AM  

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