Romo Corrals Cowboys

Well it didn’t take long for Romo’s bad play to rear its ugly head. The Cowboys were able to run all over the Giants in their 33-31 loss; but once more, Romo ruins the night with shoddy play and poor decisions. The consensus is beginning to trickle in tonight, and the common denominator is that Romo virtually lost this game single-handedly.

3 interceptions for 21 points, pathetic. Yes, the season is early, but its the same story with Romo, it really is. One good play, 3 horrid plays. The one consistent thing about Romo is his bad decisions. Some of this blame has to go on Garrett as well, corral Romo or expect more of the same. This game was extremely heartbreaking for Cowboys Nation, and why can’t the Cowboys win these special occasion games. The Triplets induction to the Ring of Honor, the final game ever in Texas Stadium, and now the first regular season game at Cowboys Stadium. What a chokeathon from Romo again.

Of course we’ll root the Cowboys on, but this is becoming a regular thing with Romo’s play, and its not even December yet. On another note: What the heck happened to Scandrick, did he forget to make plays and tackle, he had a horrible game, extremely disappointing.

What good can you pull from this game? I know there’s some, but right now the bad is overshadowing the positives.

NEXT GAME: Panthers @ Cowboys, MNF

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  • lyadberrios

    I could not agree more. The Cowboys laid a ‘jumbo egg’ on this special night when they played their first ever game at the new stadium, with over 105,000 fans on site and national tv watching on. I am sorry to say but we got the same Romo that ended the 2008 season. These mistakes just keep coming, and that is not Jason Garret’s fault at this point in Romo’s career. If he can’t complete the pass he should eat the football (take the sack), throw it away, or run with it.

    Secondly, where did the Cowboys’ tackling go? How many times did receivers faked our defenders, more specifically Orlando Scandrik, out of their undershorts. They made the Giants receivers look like Hall of Famers out there, come on’. I don’t know what to expect and hope this is just a blip on radar and their game performance will improve considerably.