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Old 01-07-2007, 12:07 AM   #421
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I think ESPN said it best after TO's interview.

"If you didn't know the track record behind this guy, you'd think he was the model teammate!"

Anyway, I still think later he'll throw Romo under the bus so to speak. I'm waaaaaiting.
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In defense of Romo, even though he cost the Cowboys the game, there was plenty of time left over for Seattle to hit their own field goal. They have one of the best kickers in the game, and Hasselbeck was starting to get into a groove there at the end. While there is the chance that the Cowboys could have stopped them, it's a good bet that Seattle would've won this game anyway.

But he basically gift-wrapped it for them...
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Old 01-07-2007, 12:21 AM   #423
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The only stats you need are these:

Last two meetings between Colts and Ravens: Colts 2-0.

The only major difference between then and now: Steve McNair.

Last four meetings between Colts and McNair's Titans: Colts 4-0.
well, if you're looking to the past rather than this year, here's a more meaningful stat:

Dungy/Manning: Always lose big games

Billick/Lewis et al: Superbowl winners
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I usually don't do this, because as a fan I understand how everyone feels about their team and I usually feel bad for everybody in some way, but in the case of the Smellboys and that annoyingly overrated Romo I must make an exception..

MUHAHAHAHAH~!!!!!





DALLAS LOST! YAY!!!! And in a most painful way!

Now hopefully this will shut up the media about Romo! WHOOOOO!!!
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I honestly feel a little bad for the guy. I mean, he did help this team in so many ways. And then this happens to him.

Though, he was getting a bit cocky at times I have to say. Main point I want to make though is I hate the Cowboys and I really dislike TO. Therefore, I am very happy to see them lose.
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I am not going to shed any tears for Romo. I do not like Dallas very much and so it's hard for me to feel bad for anyone on that roster.

But, wow, that is a tough way to lose.

Sports....gotta love it, you never freaking know what craziness you're going to see next....games like this and the end of the Fiesta Bowl are prime examples....
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As for the Indy game, if KC had actually come into the building today I would be giving Indy way more props but I just wouldn't be counting my chickens yet.

hilarious.

The Colts defense steps up and shuts down a decent offense and people say "well, it is because the other team didn't show up."

I am sure we can come up with some lame "excuse" for all of the Colts victories...including the one against the Pats. Or how about the drubbing of the Eagles. They also beat the Jets and the Giants.

Anyway...
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Big Grin ^ are you smoking again?

So, will the Tuna retire now?
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I'm still trying to recover from Cowher stepping down. I am a die-hard Steeler fan and really hate to see him go, for many reasons. I at least hope they go for someone internal, preferably Wiesenhunt...but, I'd be pleased with Grimm, too. If they do go outside, Rivera of the Bears might not be a bad choice...I just do not want to see a retread, want someone new, like Cowher was.

Zoney, I don't think Parcells even knows what he wants to do at this point. That's a painful way to go out.
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So much for Romo being the next Tom Brady.
Is Tony Romo the next Jake Delhomme?
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Big Grin dallas sucks

That couldn't have gone any better!
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hilarious.

The Colts defense steps up and shuts down a decent offense and people say "well, it is because the other team didn't show up."

I am sure we can come up with some lame "excuse" for all of the Colts victories...including the one against the Pats. Or how about the drubbing of the Eagles. They also beat the Jets and the Giants.

Anyway...
They beat a slightly above average team (9 wins, 2 against Oakland) with an average (#16 in yds, #15 in points) offense and average defense (#16) at home. Something Manning/Dungy do routinely.

What they can't do is win the BIG games, especially on the road.
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sorry, BELOW average defense..
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ya can look at the colts/chefs game one of two ways...

a) the colts won a game despite peyton manning having one of his usual shitty playoff performances, which is a good thing for the colts chances going forward.

b) peyton manning is still a pussy, but herm edwards is a fucking toolbag and couldn't take advantage of yet another shitty playoff performance from "the best QB in the league."

i'm not sure which one i'm siding with yet.
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