And he's back! After taking a week off, and getting praise from "TWIBQ", the "other" Tony Romo was back. Now, in all fairness he was actually the MVP of one of the teams in the game...unfortunately it was the Detroit Lions. The Cowboys were up by 24 points in the third quarter when Tony decided to take over. Two interceptions for touchdowns, Tony? Check. Another interception with 4:13 left and with a chance for you to still look somewhat respectable after the game? Check. Dissing the one guy who still actually believes in you?
Check. (If you were wondering, yes that clip is in super quality HD - if it's blurry, your eyes are probably going bad)
So far this year Dallas has blew a 14-point, fourth-quarter lead which was a first in franchise history. And the 24-point Romo-plosion was the biggest ever blown lead in Cowboys history. At least Romo is record setting.
In other good news, it looks like the Cowboys found their new return man: Sean Lissemore is a 6 foot 4 inch, 300+ pound defensive lineman who returned the football 38 yards on the opening kickoff of the second half. It was the Cowboys’ longest return this season. Nice job, Sean.
In other news:
- Joe Flacco proved once again why he's not a good quarterback, let alone among the "Elite" quarterbacks in the NFL.
- Mark Sanchez...well, just read the above article. Flacco was actually better than him this week.
- Ben Roethlisberger got hurt, and Charlie Batch may have to start next week. The hospitals in Pittsburgh are already getting his room ready.
- And in the opposite of bad quarterbacking, Tom Brady passed Joe Montana in regular season touchdown passes. I don't like the Patriots, but you have to respect Brady (and it pains me to say that).