Romo Out Does Jets Meltdown, Start Kitna After Bye Week

Enough is enough!! Tony Romo’s rollercoaster ride as the Cowboy’s leader at QB may have come to an end officially. Fans, are done with Romo, officially. Romo made history by giving the Cowboys the most disastrous loss in Cowboys history by giving up 24 points for a Lions win.

There’s is nothing left to give Romo. He’s burnt Cowboys Nation way too many times, this is unbelievable, but if any player was going to do us in like this it would be Tony Romo.

Time to think about starting Jon Kitna after the bye. You cannot keep this up and down season with Romo as the QB, he single-handedly will cost us games. Under Kitna, the Cowboys went 5-3. With Garrett as full time head coach and with Romo, he’s a horrid 2-2. Make the change, enough is enough. There had better be a conversation about making some sort of move.

Romo, you’re a sorry quarterback with no future in Dallas. Die hard fans across the world hate Romo and everything he represents with all their guts right now, and we’re sick of it. Start Kitna after the bye. This is not a knee jerk reaction, this my fellow fans, is a reality going forward.

Romo,

Cowboys Nations hates you.

-Cowboys Fans

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  • mikeopp

    OK Coach Ryan, Your receivers are better than C. Johnson?
    Well Calvin out performed the Cowboys receivers. So are you wrong,
    or is it that your def. secondary is worse than the much maligned Detroit secondary?
    Which is it?

  • ipeefreelyagain

    You are 100% I N C O R R E C T my friend. Speak for yourself, and may you be burned at the stake by the real Dallas fans.

    Hey, ok- Romo threw 3 INT’s. Mistakes happen- but you can’t continue to place all losses 100% on Romo’s back. I’m tired of the bandwagon Cowboys fans jumping on with winds, and back off with losses. The TEAM lost, deal with it. Romo doesn’t play special teams. He doesn’t play defense, and he doesn’t cover Megatron. I’ve lost respect for this site after reading this trash.

  • CC Rider

    That’s right, enough IS enough. I’ve defended this choke artist from day one, but no more. Personally, I don’t think anyone could actually be this bad. Maybe someone ought to check his bookie out. Could be he’s making more than just his Jerrymoney.

  • USA_LOU

    KITNA is not the answer. He is not any better than ROMO. Get McKee ready and see what he can do to put out the past fires. I cannot stress enough to the COWBOYS organization….Leadership in a QB is what merits respect, True Cohesion, Gears rolling in the same direction without kinks, Winners. ROMO and KITNA DO NOT have either. Those two have not found themselves yet. Is itr possible for Aikman or even Staubach (‘Roger the Dodger’ – my favorite QB of all time) to return?! SAD for the COWBOYS.

  • snargley

    Dear Joe: I don’t know who the blazes you are, but I would bet you never played a game with bruised or broken ribs. You may never have played at all, as most of the truly vocal detractors never had the guts to get on the field. I am not a Dallas fan, as a matter of fact I despise Dallas, as I was raised a Cleveland Brown, and was in attendance for both of your stellar triumphs in the 1968 & 1969 playoffs. There is a real parallel here: Don Meredith was a good quarterback, and a kind man, but that didn’t stop the rabid fan base from making his life a living hell – Congratulations Heros! As to Romo, he may have an unfortunate smirk, and appear the clown at times, but he has more heart & guts any ten loud mouths, and if there is a fault, he tries to shoulder the entire offense at times, as did Brett Favre, but I guess we all hate him too, don’t we?? I suggest that you take your venom, and either go outside and kick your dog or beat your wife – at least they can fight back. I have always been impressed with any fan who hails his team in times of triumph, but immediately deserts his team in time of trial. I guess you are a proponent of the old adage, when you get them down, KICK THEM. In closing, I was too small, and was so slow that I was deceptive, but I played through 5 major knee injuries, shoulder separations & dislocations, broken ribs three times, and more broken noses than I can remember. I am 60 years old, but still have enough to block guys like you on your ass.