Romo signs a 6 yr/ 67.5 million dollar deal

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  1. Hookem Horns

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    Personally I'd like to see little Miss Romo crying like this after being beaten, bruised and HUMILIATED in a Superbowl by 30 plus points. I DON'T CARE WHO the AFC team is that beats them like a drum. As long as it happens.
     
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    Thank goodness he cared enough to put his emotions out in the open. He could have stood on the sideline and laughed along with other teammates.

    I think the timing was right for Romo to get the contract and hopefully his performance doesn't turn out like Bulger for starters.
     
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    sounds like a fair deal.
     
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    Its hard to single out Bulger when half of his offense is injured & the other half sucks.
     
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    Bulger has been pretty good since signing his new contract. just not this year. but every player on the team is on IR.
     
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    Yep you're right. Tony said in the press conference post game that he was the reason they lost and he was emotional. He's ALWAYS emotional...he looks like a kid out there playing. Fun to watch!
     
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    This sounds painfully familiar. Just replace Bulger with Schaub.:brickwall:
     
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    Wow, what a story.
    Goes from undrafted QB, to starting Cowboys QB with a 69.5 million $ contract.
    *puts on Don King wig* Only in America!!
     
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    His father is gravely ill with prostate cancer..maybe I shouldn't say gravely but he has been diagnosed and Tony said he will use his money to help his family so that's a good thing.

    He's a humble guy. I'm not sure anybody deserves that much money but hey if that's the market I guess that's the market.
     

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