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WesmanTexanfan
01-24-2008, 06:21 PM
ok i kinda started to like tony, or at least respect him. But if these rumors that he blames the loss on jessica simpson are true, then i would gladly take this situation as a reason do dislike him again. What a joke, blaming it on a chick instead of taking reponsibility for it yourself, what a cowboy. Just when i thought i might feel bad for one player, he reaches out for my hate.....

http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/2008/01/24/2008-01-24_tony_romo_punts_jessica_simpson.html

Tedc
01-24-2008, 06:26 PM
ok i kinda started to like tony, or at least respect him. But if these rumors that he blames the loss on jessica simpson are true, then i would gladly take this situation as a reason do dislike him again. What a joke, blaming it on a chick instead of taking reponsibility for it yourself, what a cowboy. Just when i thought i might feel bad for one player, he reaches out for my hate.....

http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/2008/01/24/2008-01-24_tony_romo_punts_jessica_simpson.html


First of all, where did Tony Romo ever say it was her fault??

Double Barrel
01-24-2008, 06:27 PM
I've never heard rumors of him blaming his performances on his women friends. Do you have any legit sources to back up the claim? This clip is just ESPiN talking heads doing what they do best, talking junk.

I'm not a guy that will rush to defend the Cowboys, but until I hear Romo say it, I'll take the idea with a grain of salt.

Tedc
01-24-2008, 06:28 PM
Not even a Cowboy would be THAT dumb.

Link please...

WesmanTexanfan
01-24-2008, 06:32 PM
its all on espn as ive been watching. He supposedly dumped her, and a friend of his said that he is starting to blame jessica for the poor play. Check out PTI online and what not, its all speculation, but like i said IF it were true....damn...:splits:

WesmanTexanfan
01-24-2008, 06:34 PM
I've never heard rumors of him blaming his performances on his women friends. Do you have any legit sources to back up the claim? This clip is just ESPiN talking heads doing what they do best, talking junk.

I'm not a guy that will rush to defend the Cowboys, but until I hear Romo say it, I'll take the idea with a grain of salt.

i changed my link, i put the wrong one up originally....

HoustonFrog
01-24-2008, 06:47 PM
I heard this today but it wasn't that he blamed her. He basically broke up because her Dad is crazy and they were a little too overbearing. The rumor said she refused the breakup..lol

BTW, Blowmo or whatever is really lame and running with stuff like this is pure National Enquirer. Its this stuff that makes Cowboy fans talk. Just saying.

Sideline
01-24-2008, 06:52 PM
Its a joke, you know what the media is like, he probably made a passing comment to someone in jest and they put a spin on it to make it sound more than it is. Tony Romo is a clever guy and im sure he realises that Jessica Simpson has no bearing on the game at all.

The1ApplePie
01-24-2008, 07:08 PM
Maybe her stupidity is an STD?:heart:

WesmanTexanfan
01-24-2008, 07:12 PM
I heard this today but it wasn't that he blamed her. He basically broke up because her Dad is crazy and they were a little too overbearing. The rumor said she refused the breakup..lol

BTW, Blowmo or whatever is really lame and running with stuff like this is pure National Enquirer. Its this stuff that makes Cowboy fans talk. Just saying.

i got ya, i know its speculation thats why i thought it would make for a nice discussion. you know we love ya frog but that doesnt change my opinion of Dallas completely......

i though blowmo was clever...no?:winky:

Double Barrel
01-24-2008, 07:33 PM
I prefer: "Tony Romo, the new Eli Manning!" :neener:

Hardcore Texan
01-24-2008, 08:02 PM
Oh, what the heck, I just posted this video link in another thread but it is worth reposting here.

Don't worry be happy, Tony.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9so9xBEvU3Q&feature=related


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kastofsna
01-24-2008, 09:05 PM
time to get a life people.

WesmanTexanfan
01-24-2008, 11:46 PM
Oh, what the heck, I just posted this video link in another thread but it is worth reposting here.

Don't worry be happy, Tony.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9so9xBEvU3Q&feature=related


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LOL, thanks

TexanRevolution
01-25-2008, 12:04 AM
http://www.yardbarker.com/m/6292/xl/-1.jpg

Honoring Earl 34
01-25-2008, 12:43 AM
I've read the dad told the press where they were at to get Jessica some pub .

PapaL
01-25-2008, 06:50 AM
If I was involved with her, I'm sure other things in my life would start lagging. Little things like eating, getting out bed, etc...

WWJD
01-25-2008, 08:51 AM
He said in the press conference after the game as the QB HE took the responsibility for the loss.

V Man
01-25-2008, 09:19 AM
Other day on the radio, I heard the host call Tony Romo, Tony McRomo. He explained that Tony is the Tracy McGrady of the NFL. Great regular season stats, then disappears in the Playoffs.

Hardcore Texan
01-25-2008, 09:47 AM
http://www.yardbarker.com/m/6292/xl/-1.jpg

"Why can't I quit you?"

Second Honeymoon
01-25-2008, 02:14 PM
I've never heard rumors of him blaming his performances on his women friends. Do you have any legit sources to back up the claim? This clip is just ESPiN talking heads doing what they do best, talking junk.

I'm not a guy that will rush to defend the Cowboys, but until I hear Romo say it, I'll take the idea with a grain of salt.


exactly, man. he isn't blaming the loss on her but he knows that he screwed up going to a 'vacation' spot right before the playoffs began, he set himself up for failure and for criticism. his agent and family are probably talking some sense into him. there are women, more intelligent and more attractive than Jessica and not so high maintenance. He needs to find a nice low profile good Southern girl and get back to football and do less star *******ing. The pressure is on 'McRomo' now and he just doesnt need all the distractions....neither do the Cowboys. They are circling the drain right about now.

HoustonFrog
01-25-2008, 02:18 PM
exactly, man. he isn't blaming the loss on her but he knows that he screwed up going to a 'vacation' spot right before the playoffs began, he set himself up for failure and for criticism. his agent and family are probably talking some sense into him. there are women, more intelligent and more attractive than Jessica and not so high maintenance. He needs to find a nice low profile good Southern girl and get back to football and do less star *******ing. The pressure is on 'McRomo' now and he just doesnt need all the distractions....neither do the Cowboys. They are circling the drain right about now.

As much as we agree on everything didn't this crap about Romo come up after last years playoff loss?"He's done..he'll never recover...he is a mess...teams figured him out." Then he came out and was a legit Pro Bowler. I'm not getting the crap on him. He is one guy in the league who is pretty cool, doesn't make excuses and is fun to watch. The guy has played basically a year and a half and this was his first full year. Pretty good if you ask me.

Second Honeymoon
01-25-2008, 02:37 PM
As much as we agree on everything didn't this crap about Romo come up after last years playoff loss?"He's done..he'll never recover...he is a mess...teams figured him out." Then he came out and was a legit Pro Bowler. I'm not getting the crap on him. He is one guy in the league who is pretty cool, doesn't make excuses and is fun to watch. The guy has played basically a year and a half and this was his first full year. Pretty good if you ask me.

There is just something about the guy that I just can't get behind and it pretty much started around the time he mangled that snap against Seattle last year. I am a Texan but I was born in Missouri the 'Show Me State'. Then this year with the whole pre-playoff vacation stop and the media circus that this created, just wasn't wise especially considering last season's playoff demons.

I like the way the guy plays. Nice spiral, gunslinger's mentality. He likes to throw in space and has a pretty quick release once his man is open, but he lacks some of the intangibles I like. The delay of game call and the unforced intentional grounding plays really didn't do much for my confidence of his mental game. I wish the team the best though. Jones has tried really hard to put a winner together but he needs to stop coming onto the field. It's getting really old and it ain't helping.

HoustonFrog
01-25-2008, 02:39 PM
There is just something about the guy that I just can't get behind and it pretty much started around the time he mangled that snap against Seattle last year. I am a Texan but I was born in Missouri the 'Show Me State'. Then this year with the whole pre-playoff vacation stop and the media circus that this created, just wasn't wise especially considering last season's playoff demons.

I like the way the guy plays. Nice spiral, gunslinger's mentality. He likes to throw in space and has a pretty quick release once his man is open, but he lacks some of the intangibles I like. The delay of game call and the unforced intentional grounding plays really didn't do much for my confidence of his mental game. I wish the team the best though. Jones has tried really hard to put a winner together but he needs to stop coming onto the field. It's getting really old and it ain't helping.

I don't know what ones you like but the guy gets out of trouble and makes plays. The unforced intentional grounding was an admitted mistake by the officials..league came out with it. He also can't help when the plays get to him. It happens all the time..eli had multiple ones. Jones can do what he wants, he owns the team and other owners do it with less fanfare. No excuses here...I just think people are making way too big a deal about stuff for a basically new starter. Is Peyton a horrible player who spiraled. It took him what...7 years. We agree on most, just not this.

Second Honeymoon
01-25-2008, 02:56 PM
I don't know what ones you like but the guy gets out of trouble and makes plays. The unforced intentional grounding was an admitted mistake by the officials..league came out with it. He also can't help when the plays get to him. It happens all the time..eli had multiple ones. Jones can do what he wants, he owns the team and other owners do it with less fanfare. No excuses here...I just think people are making way too big a deal about stuff for a basically new starter. Is Peyton a horrible player who spiraled. It took him what...7 years. We agree on most, just not this.

I've been wrong before, man. He just has to show me in the playoffs before i can truly get on board. Love his story, his reported work ethic, and his attitude is refreshing albeit slightly naive. With great power comes great responsibility. He plays QB for the Cowboys. He kinda flubbed things up imho.

As for the grounding call, the refs said they got it wrong? did they really? are you freaking kidding me? I always thought that you could throw it out of bounds if you were ruled to not be 'under diress'. Just like spiking the ball to stop the clock. I thought maybe they had changed the rule so that whether you were 'under diress' made no difference and that you still had to be outside tackle box and get the ball past the line of scrimmage. That is a huge and inexcusable error by the refs, if they did indeed admit that they got it wrong. I have made a bad call or two during my days of umpiring but me and the crew get together and we will make things right. We don't ever just say 'oh well, sucks to be you' and then admit we screwed up after the game.

As for Jerry, hopefully he watched Kraft celebrate another Super Bowl appearance in the Owner's booth where you belong. maybe he will learn one day. this attitude drove one of the greatest NFL coaches ever out of town...you would have thought he would have learned. i respect that he played Division 1 football in college and has done so much positive work as the owner of the Cowboys, but he needs to let the players play and view from above...I am just bitter because I really wanted the Cowboys to punk New York. Having the Giants and Patriots in a Super Bowl together, just makes me cry.

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 03:25 PM
Is it that hes cocky as all get out? or is it that he is no competitor and instead of watcing tape, he goes to mexico? or is it that all those broken plays where he should have been jacked up, the media made him look like he knew what he was doing? or is it that most of his fans think hes the greatest thing since sliced bread?

i got more....

austintexanite
01-25-2008, 03:34 PM
I don't like Romo, but I doubt he blamed her for the loss. I think he realized that he shouldn't have gone to Mexico with her, as it caused a distraction for the team.

bah007
01-25-2008, 03:48 PM
Is it that hes cocky as all get out? or is it that he is no competitor and instead of watcing tape, he goes to mexico? or is it that all those broken plays where he should have been jacked up, the media made him look like he knew what he was doing? or is it that most of his fans think hes the greatest thing since sliced bread?

i got more....

I'm pretty sure he watched some tape before the game.

Every single player on the Cowboys got a one week vacation. Romo isnt the only one.

Witten was in Mexico with Romo & Jessica. Where is all your hate for him?

HoustonFrog
01-25-2008, 04:07 PM
I've been wrong before, man. He just has to show me in the playoffs before i can truly get on board. Love his story, his reported work ethic, and his attitude is refreshing albeit slightly naive. With great power comes great responsibility. He plays QB for the Cowboys. He kinda flubbed things up imho.

As for the grounding call, the refs said they got it wrong? did they really? are you freaking kidding me? I always thought that you could throw it out of bounds if you were ruled to not be 'under diress'. Just like spiking the ball to stop the clock. I thought maybe they had changed the rule so that whether you were 'under diress' made no difference and that you still had to be outside tackle box and get the ball past the line of scrimmage. That is a huge and inexcusable error by the refs, if they did indeed admit that they got it wrong. I have made a bad call or two during my days of umpiring but me and the crew get together and we will make things right. We don't ever just say 'oh well, sucks to be you' and then admit we screwed up after the game.

As for Jerry, hopefully he watched Kraft celebrate another Super Bowl appearance in the Owner's booth where you belong. maybe he will learn one day. this attitude drove one of the greatest NFL coaches ever out of town...you would have thought he would have learned. i respect that he played Division 1 football in college and has done so much positive work as the owner of the Cowboys, but he needs to let the players play and view from above...I am just bitter because I really wanted the Cowboys to punk New York. Having the Giants and Patriots in a Super Bowl together, just makes me cry.

http://www.dallascowboys.com/news.cfm?contentType=5&id=8F104413-0DCE-AAEA-95B42D085C519762


Bad call, and the NFL told the Cowboys on Monday that was a blown call

Also

http://thelandryhat.com/2008/01/15/nfl-admits-botching-tony-romos-intentional-grounding-call/

I'm not here to make excuses. They lost fair and square but on a drive to win the game 1st and 20 becomes huge.

bah007
01-25-2008, 04:11 PM
http://www.dallascowboys.com/news.cfm?contentType=5&id=8F104413-0DCE-AAEA-95B42D085C519762




Also

http://thelandryhat.com/2008/01/15/nfl-admits-botching-tony-romos-intentional-grounding-call/

I'm not here to make excuses. They lost fair and square but on a drive to win the game 1st and 20 becomes huge.

2nd & 20 actually. Intentional Grounding results in a loss of down.

HoustonFrog
01-25-2008, 04:25 PM
2nd & 20 actually. Intentional Grounding results in a loss of down.

Brain fart..my bad.

Blazing Arrow
01-25-2008, 04:39 PM
TO actually bought the trip for the two of them .... TO is to blame as usual!

Double Barrel
01-25-2008, 05:00 PM
NFLN's "All Access" said that Romo was one of a handful of Cowboys players to go on that trip. Anyone hear of others going to a vacation destination with him?

HOU-TEX
01-25-2008, 05:05 PM
NFLN's "All Access" said that Romo was one of a handful of Cowboys players to go on that trip. Anyone hear of others going to a vacation destination with him?

I've only heard of Witton and his wife/girlfriend being present.

Second Honeymoon
01-25-2008, 05:06 PM
I've only heard of Witton and his wife/girlfriend being present.

I heard that Bobby Carpenter was also there. He is in the widely circulated picture of them out to eat if I remember correctly.

HOU-TEX
01-25-2008, 05:12 PM
I heard that Bobby Carpenter was also there. He is in the widely circulated picture of them out to eat if I remember correctly.

This picture shows Witton on the right.

http://cm1.dotspotter.com/media/0/47/45/240731994-M.jpg

TexanSam
01-25-2008, 05:14 PM
Is it that hes cocky as all get out? or is it that he is no competitor and instead of watcing tape, he goes to mexico? or is it that all those broken plays where he should have been jacked up, the media made him look like he knew what he was doing? or is it that most of his fans think hes the greatest thing since sliced bread?

i got more....

And as of right now, he's a better QB than either Schaub or Rosenfels.

Second Honeymoon
01-25-2008, 05:18 PM
And as of right now, he's a better QB than either Schaub or Rosenfels.

oh yeah....who asked you? :) jk

Second Honeymoon
01-25-2008, 05:21 PM
His Cowboys counterpart, Wade Phillips, exudes a more relaxed approach. His team having earned the first-round bye, he saw no problem with Romo, Witten and linebacker Bobby Carpenter going to Mexico. Many players left Texas for the weekend.



From the New York Times

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/10/sports/football/10romo.html?fta=y

now I know why Carpenter is supposedly on the trading block..... /sarcasm

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 05:27 PM
I'm pretty sure he watched some tape before the game.

Every single player on the Cowboys got a one week vacation. Romo isnt the only one.

Witten was in Mexico with Romo & Jessica. Where is all your hate for him?

well it obviously wasnt enough, that one statement is a shot at is desire to win, if i were a pro and in the playoffs, going to mexico would be a freaking joke, taking a vacation is a freaking joke. When i heard wade say he went there to get his mind off football i laughed out loud at the TV, who the hell wants to gets their mind off the biggest game of their life, i'd be working with recievers, watching film over and over and over, heck id be parying or somthing, but a vacation is the last thing i would do, if i were a cowboy fan id have been freaking insulted!!!

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 05:32 PM
And as of right now, he's a better QB than either Schaub or Rosenfels.

i strongly disagree......

he is good at making somthing out of nothing, and thats all that happened when they snapped him the ball....nothing... so he made somthing out of it. He is not a normal quarter back, he cant stand in calmly and deliver, the cowboys would have dont alot better handing it to babrber than letting romo scramble out of the pocket becasue he couldnt find a reciever in the normal 3-4 seconds. He Sucks, cant even hold a snap....

if i were a cowboy fan id be callin to draft a new qb, but im not so ill enjoy watching him blow it for one more year untill jerry steps in....

bah007
01-25-2008, 05:36 PM
i strongly disagree......

he is good at making somthing out of nothing, and thats all that happened when they snapped him the ball....nothing... so he made somthing out of it. He is not a normal quarter back, he cant stand in calmly and deliver, the cowboys would have dont alot better handing it to babrber than letting romo scramble out of the pocket becasue he couldnt find a reciever in the normal 3-4 seconds. He Sucks, cant even hold a snap....

if i were a cowboy fan id be callin to draft a new qb, but im not so ill enjoy watching him blow it for one more year untill jerry steps in....

Dude thats just pure hate right there.

Maybe you do believe that Schaub & Sage are better than Romo, but personally, I would trade either of them for Romo.

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 05:36 PM
You can say that the giants D stepped up all you want, but the reality is tony couldnt get it down the field AT ALL in the 4th, HE BLEW IT. Id also credit your new 3 million dollar man for the loss as well, Barber is the best player on the cowboys and he got chafted in the 4th, as well as most of the year.

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 05:39 PM
Dude thats just pure hate right there.

Maybe you do believe that Schaub & Sage are better than Romo, but personally, I would trade either of them for Romo.

actually i heard him interview on the jungle earlier this year and it actually made me like the cowboys a bit, but then i watched them finish the season and the game against the Giants and he showed his colors(along with the mexico skit)....

im open to thinking maybe the O coordinator helped, but yall just gave him 3 mill...sooo:thinking:

TexanSam
01-25-2008, 05:41 PM
Tony Romo's stats this past season:

335/520; 64.4% completion; 4211 yards 36 TDs 19 INTs

Schaub's and Rosenfel's combined stats

346/529; 65% completion; 3925 yards 24 TDs 21 INTs

Now Schaub can end up being a better QB than Romo, but if I were picking today I would pick Romo over Schuab any day of the week. Including Sunday's

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 05:42 PM
Dude thats just pure hate right there.

Maybe you do believe that Schaub & Sage are better than Romo, but personally, I would trade either of them for Romo.

as for that, well i dont think so, i want an NFL groomed QB who knows how to do it in the clutch, and i "think" both our guys can. I would say i know they can but that would be premature seeing as how matt got hurt and it was his first starting season. No Way do i trade these guys, especially for romo.....

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 05:43 PM
Tony Romo's stats this past season:

335/520; 64.4% completion; 4211 yards 36 TDs 19 INTs

Schaub's and Rosenfel's combined stats

346/529; 65% completion; 3925 yards 24 TDs 21 INTs

Now Schaub can end up being a better QB than Romo, but if I were picking today I would pick Romo over Schuab any day of the week. Including Sunday's

Makes sense, its hard for me to make a case for them because i look more at the intangibles, so i wont....

WWJD
01-25-2008, 05:49 PM
And I still say if Tony Romo had gone with any girl to Mexico that wasn't famous this would be a complete non-issue...nobody would know and nobody would care.

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 05:50 PM
And I still say if Tony Romo had gone with any girl to Mexico that wasn't famous this would be a complete non-issue...nobody would know and nobody would care. The fact that he went with someb

i disagree, If he were a texan and even went by himself id be pissed!!!

WWJD
01-25-2008, 06:01 PM
i disagree, If he were a texan and even went by himself id be pissed!!!

Well being that you're the gentleman that started the thread and that supposition was proven to be untrue we'll just have to agree to disagree.

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 06:07 PM
Well being that you're the gentleman that started the thread and that supposition was proven to be untrue we'll just have to agree to disagree.

word....


edit: though the thread speculation is a bit different than the argument that has come to be....

Blazing Arrow
01-25-2008, 06:24 PM
I would be upset at the coaches for not stepping in and telling him not to go. Especially after how last season panned out. What you can not wait to goto mexico for a couple of weeks? Might be a nice way to celebrate a Super Bowl win? :thinking:

But I still blame TO ... he had to be part of it.

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 06:30 PM
I would be upset at the coaches for not stepping in and telling him not to go. Especially after how last season panned out. What you can not wait to goto mexico for a couple of weeks? Might be a nice way to celebrate a Super Bowl win? :thinking:

But I still blame TO ... he had to be part of it.

:cry2: thats my quarterback man, and its not fair....


BAH... where was that attitude for the ther QBs, he was simply sad that they lost and those words slipped out of his mouth.....

ya, TO is a wierd concept, its like he MADE tony throw to him so much, that when romo couldnt there was no more....life? maybe... i dunno if thats the right word, but ya, i agree

WWJD
01-25-2008, 06:47 PM
:cry2: thats my quarterback man, and its not fair....


BAH... where was that attitude for the ther QBs, he was simply sad that they lost and those words slipped out of his mouth.....

ya, TO is a wierd concept, its like he MADE tony throw to him so much, that when romo couldnt there was no more....life? maybe... i dunno if thats the right word, but ya, i agree

Not exactly true....Witten was very close to setting the all time reception for a TE so it's not as though Terrell was the only option.

The guy caught 15 TD's this year...what QB wouldn't throw to him?

And Crayton had a nice year for a guy who up to this point had been a 3rd receiver.

WesmanTexanfan
01-25-2008, 06:52 PM
Not exactly true....Witten was very close to setting the all time reception for a TE so it's not as though Terrell was the only option.

The guy caught 15 TD's this year...what QB wouldn't throw to him?

And Crayton had a nice year for a guy who up to this point had been a 3rd receiver.

i still think the cowboys are better with someone who catches balls and shuts his mouth. Though i did not know that about witten, interesting:thinking:

bah007
01-25-2008, 07:21 PM
i still think the cowboys are better with someone who catches balls and shuts his mouth. Though i did not know that about witten, interesting:thinking:

Behind Gates, I think Witten is the best TE in the league.

WWJD
01-25-2008, 07:32 PM
Behind Gates, I think Witten is the best TE in the league.

He's definitely one of the best. Super weapon for the Cowboys.

White Runningback
01-26-2008, 07:06 AM
http://www.yardbarker.com/m/6292/xl/-1.jpg

"I wish I knew how to quit you, Tony."--T.O.

Mike F.
01-26-2008, 01:11 PM
i strongly disagree......

he is good at making somthing out of nothing, and thats all that happened when they snapped him the ball....nothing... so he made somthing out of it. He is not a normal quarter back, he cant stand in calmly and deliver, the cowboys would have dont alot better handing it to babrber than letting romo scramble out of the pocket becasue he couldnt find a reciever in the normal 3-4 seconds. He Sucks, cant even hold a snap....

if i were a cowboy fan id be callin to draft a new qb, but im not so ill enjoy watching him blow it for one more year untill jerry steps in....

This just shows you have no credability when it comes to talking football.

Corrosion
01-26-2008, 01:56 PM
BTW, Blowmo or whatever is really lame and running with stuff like this is pure National Enquirer.

Thats ESPiN now days ..... They reach for more crap than a plumber . Everything gets blown out or proportion .... I seldom watch the network now If I can help it . :gun:

WesmanTexanfan
01-26-2008, 02:05 PM
Thats ESPiN now days ..... They reach for more crap than a plumber . Everything gets blown out or proportion .... I seldom watch the network now If I can help it . :gun:

ya, tis true, i mean i never imagined you could talk about a walking boot for one week straight, but wow was i put to shame on that one.

kastofsna
01-26-2008, 10:05 PM
talking about a walking boot is far more legitimate than talking about a QB's girlfriend.

WesmanTexanfan
01-26-2008, 10:06 PM
This just shows you have no credability when it comes to talking football.

LOL..... G thanks

WesmanTexanfan
01-26-2008, 10:07 PM
talking about a walking boot is far more legitimate than talking about a QB's girlfriend.

I agree, but the girlfriend is at least somewhat interesting....