Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by IlliniJen, Jul 25, 2013.
Romo is a dead man this year and he know it
Ovarian Cyst? Well ole girl is pretty tough! I wonder who the first guy that that will be served his manhood on a platter/field.
How can you doubt it?
he doesn't have a offensive line, his QB coach has basically kept him in the pocket
and not allowing him to use his feet like was able to, so basically he is a sitting
target for opposing defenses to tee off on
he is a dead man
Oh, heck, please put away the violins, at least for now.
The last thing I expect are violins from these people...I am merely stating what is
Try "undeniable" prediction instead.
only change to their offensive line is Fredrick who at the moment is the only wilid
card they got, outside of that their line is the same offensive line as last year who
I needn't remind you is the same line that gave up 36 sacks last year
the majority of which were from Doug Free who Jerruh brilliantly held onto like a
Now we move on to our running backs and wide receivers,
who were nursing owies last season, 1 wide out was a worrying bout his case
pending cause he decided to be a dumb ass and slaps his mother in the face
even the steady handed Witten wasn't with out his share of time out due to injury
in another brillant move, Jerruh cuts Vickers the FB, does nothing to upgrade any
of the areas of much needed help safety, defensive end, offensive line
drafts a tight end bwhahahahahahahaha and you seriously think there is nothing
wrong with this team
Romo had a relatively small sebaceous cyst removed from his back BEFORE the Draft. Max healing time for an ordinary patient is 2-3 weeks. Something must have gone very badly for him to just now be officially released to throw.
Note the date of the AP article below, at which time (over two months ago) he was originally release to begin throwing:
Dr Jerruh who by the way clears all his patients to play when they are injured. I am
sure green lighted Romo and reminded him that he is paying him Peyton Manning type
money and wants to see more out of his star QB
At least the surgical procedure description is accurate in this piece.
Fatty, Pus-Filled Cyst Thrilled To Have Tony Romo Surgically Removed From Its Back
At least it doesn't have to go through the pain of watching him get buried underneath
a ton of opposing defenses in 2013
One thing I will agree with, it's that it's always a 50/50 proposition whether Romo will finish the season with that O-line. Broken collar bone a 3 years ago, broken ribs and punctured lung a couple of years ago, took a beating in just about every game last year.
More like 30/70 that he finishes the season in 1 piece and it pains me to say it that
way! but it can't be denied that there has not been any upgrades since Jerruh
became cap strapped
I thought this was a golfing thread.
With all the injuries players are just thrown back to play, I can't even imagine a cyst removal having gone so badly.........or what could have gone so badly that Romo would not be playing in a game 2 1/2 months later. There's definitely information that has not been revealed. You would expect something like a melanoma removal with adjunct treatment or something.........not a cyst removal. Very strange.
Or, maybe they just think they're set at QB, and there is nothing to gain by his playing in an "extra" preseason game.
One might think that until you read this only 4 day old piece.
this is a call straight from the top..Garrett doesn't play Romo until he is cleared at
100% remember $55 million was invested and anything to damage that investment
results in heads rolling round The Ranch
Starting with the guy who is all ready on thin ice at head coach
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