Something is not right with that football. Noticed it in the replays. It is too dark and too reflective, normally an indication of slickness. As someone who has held for many field goals, doesn't take more than just a little slickness to push the ball out of your hand as you try to squeeze it to put it down.
no, I'd say we had more of a problem with the operator...And even if it was slick... If you're being paid that much money to handle a football when you've been handling footballs all your life, you should be able to handle a lubed up dildo if I throw it at you.
Cowboys are out....I guess then its Go Colts!
How many hot chicks will be chasing fumbleromo now?
if he would have stretched out , he would have gotten a first down. if gramatica would have blocked the one guy , he would have made a touchdown
On the slickness of the ball - did you know they use different balls for kicking than in the regular game? But the pros always do this so it was no surprise to Romo. This was a game of inches several times: Williams' interception (was his foot on the line?); the scramble in the end zone that turned a called touchdown into a safety, and the stop at the 1+ yard line so they had to attempt the fg rather than getting a 1st down, etc. The calls go both ways and so this one slipped away (literally) from the Cowboys. Done deal.
10:11- Gramatica couldn't block a crippled kitten.
i feel sorry for romo.
I feel sorry for Quinthy Carter.
I laughed all night long. So sweet!
What slick ball? Was it as wet as the ball in the Eagle-Giant game? Someone should take that Romo out to the backshed and.....
THEY COULD HAVE HAD THE HAIL MARY TOO IF THEY WOULD HAVE TRIED TWO GUYS JUDT STOOD THERE AND WATCHED
Laces out....die Dan!
I thought Grammatica did try to block the guy. He was thrown off by the bad hold, obviously, and it looked like he tried to turn around to block the guy, just not in time. I got no beef with him.I really can't compl;ain too much about Romo, either. If not for him, Dallas wouldn't have been in the playoffs in the first place.I feel; bad for all of them. They played hard...*sigh*
I liked how Romo cried. It's not the end of the world. LACES OUT TONY!
See the refreshing candor coming from Romo? He accepted the responsibility for personally screwing up the play. We all commend him for being manly and straight forward. Now compare that to the way Bush and his cronies attempt to dodge responsibility for their screw ups.
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