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    MNF: Bears at Cowboys

    Two pretty good Ds going at it, both better than ours right now. Nice to see LBs who can tackle and pressure on the QB.

    On a side note, Cutler might be the one veteran QB playing as bad as Sanchez right now. He's been terrible. Remember our fanbase wanted this guy? No thanks....

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    I thought he was going to turn out better than this, don't know if the diabetes has something to do with it ?

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    That's what we need a big crazy white TE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    That's what we need a big crazy white TE.
    shockey.

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    I don't think Cutler's been that bad this game

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    pick sixchez!

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    Romo and Bryant not on the same page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nike View Post
    shockey.
    He's done. I said crazy not stupid.
    Last edited by Apache 51; 10-01-2012 at 10:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lithfan View Post
    Romo and Bryant not on the same page.
    I can't believe JJ, didn't get rid of Romo 2 years ago. He never panned out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    I can't believe JJ, didn't get rid of Romo 2 years ago. He never panned out.


    He's a top 10 NFL QB by any measure

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    Quote Originally Posted by IM3 View Post


    He's a top 10 NFL QB by any measure
    9 years, how many playoff wins? How many rings?

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    Watching Tony Romo makes me realize that maybe it's not so bad that Sanchez stinks it up as much as he does. We could have a Romo, and by that I mean we could have a guy that does well enough to prolong his stint with a team, but will never be the guy that leads them to the promised land. At least we can move on sooner than later, unlike Dallas.

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    Down 10, came within 3 going in, imagine that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasJetsFan View Post
    Watching Tony Romo makes me realize that maybe it's not so bad that Sanchez stinks it up as much as he does. We could have a Romo, and by that I mean we could have a guy that does well enough to prolong his stint with a team, but will never be the guy that leads them to the promised land. At least we can move on sooner than later, unlike Dallas.
    I'd rather have Romo than our prover "winners" Tebow and Sanchez.

    Guys who are good at QB >>>>>>>> Guys who stink at QB and win because of 44 other players on gameday

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    I don't get the hate for Romo. Yes the pick-6 was bad, but that could have been Bryant's fault, his head isn't always in the game. Romo shook it off and comes right down the field for a TD drive. Sanchez throws that pick-6 and I bet he goes into a shell the rest of the game

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    I don't get the hate for Romo. Yes the pick-6 was bad, but that could have been Bryant's fault, his head isn't always in the game. Romo shook it off and comes right down the field for a TD drive. Sanchez throws that pick-6 and I bet he goes into a shell the rest of the game
    It's not hate, it is what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    I don't get the hate for Romo. Yes the pick-6 was bad, but that could have been Bryant's fault, his head isn't always in the game. Romo shook it off and comes right down the field for a TD drive. Sanchez throws that pick-6 and I bet he goes into a shell the rest of the game
    I agree that the pick 6 was probably on Bryant and not Romo. What is so polarizing about Romo is that he can look so good one moment, and then make a critical mistake with the game on the line. If he can eliminate the mistakes at critical moments, he can be elite.

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    @FauxJohnMadden: Here's Jay Cutler giving the silent treatment to Mike Tice (Courtesy: @SBNationGIF) http://t.co/pMHW0cSE

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    @FauxJohnMadden: Here's Jay Cutler giving the silent treatment to Mike Tice (Courtesy: @SBNationGIF) http://t.co/pMHW0cSE
    That'll get you far.

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    Cutler looked ****ing awesome that drive

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