Category: Tony Romo

Brett Favre Says the Only Time he was Ever Knocked Out was on the Final Play of his Career

Monday, April 15th, 2013

For all the hits Brett Favre took in his career, he says he was never knocked out cold until the frozen turf at TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota did him in on what seemed like a soft hit. That ended up being the final play of Favre's ...

Jason Witten Wants More Consistency When it Comes to Calling Illegal Hits

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

Running backs are complaining about a proposed rule that would penalize an offensive player for leading with his helmet while contacting defensive players, but that rule would have an impact on receivers and tight ends, too. Jason Witten understands the league's crusade to make the game more safe, but he ...

Jason Witten Maintains His Belief that Tony Romo is the Right Man to Lead the Dallas Cowboys

Friday, January 4th, 2013

For the second straight year, the Dallas Cowboys lost a win-or-go-home game in Week 17 for a chance at the playoffs. Bring on the Tony Romo haters. There's no doubt that Romo's third and final interception of the game against the Redskins was a poor decision. It cost the Cowboys ...

Jerry Jones: Tony Romo “Played the Best Game that he’s ever Played” Against Steelers

Friday, December 21st, 2012

The Dallas Cowboys have turned their season around. Tony Romo's playing great football and Dez Bryant is on fire and the 'Boys have won five of six to suddenly control their own destiny in the NFC East. This all comes in the wake of tragedy, after practice-squad linebacker Jerry Brown ...

Tony Romo: Dez Bryant “Has Come Full Circle from Where he Was a Couple Years Ago”

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys are back in business after a season-saving victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. If Dallas can win its next two games at home, it could be leading the NFC East within a few days of Thanksgiving. Romo's confident in his team as they try to keep ...

Jerry Jones Dishes On Dez Bryant As A Return Man, Jason Garrett’s Late Play Calls And Getting Booed at Home

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

The Dallas Cowboys are on the brink of collapse after losing to their division-rival New York Giants in heartbreaking fashion in Week 8. Now Dallas has to battle the unbeaten Atlanta Falcons on the road. But Jerry Jones says he isn't discouraged and he appears to be standing by his ...

Jason Witten On Dropped Passes: “I haven’t played well. I’ll get it fixed and there’s nobody else to do it, but me.”

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

As chronicled in the following article from our very own Brad Gagnon it's been in an inauspicious start for Jason Witten this season. The Cowboys tight end has dropped seven passes this season, which is the most in the NFL. Coming into this season, Witten had only 17 dropped passes ...

Antrel Rolle: “I’ve Never, Ever Seen Tony Romo that Comfortable Going Up Against our Defense”

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

The New York Giants suffered a huge letdown in their season-opening loss to the Dallas Cowboys, and a depleted secondary is taking the majority of the blame for that. The G-men struggled to slow down Tony Romo and his receivers, and safety Antrel Rolle was again forced to chip in ...

Tony Romo On ‘Big’ Win Over The Giants And Jason Witten Galvanizing The Cowboys In Opening Game

Monday, September 10th, 2012

It's no secret that the New York Giants have had the Dallas Cowboys number over the past few seasons. Last season alone the G-Men derailed the Cowboys shot at a postseason birth by beating them two times in the last four weeks. Tony Romo has taken the brunt of the ...

Dallas Cowboys Receiver Kevin Ogletree Becomes An Overnight Sensation

Monday, September 10th, 2012

Kevin Ogletree says that he knows all 0.1 percent of the fantasy football population that started him in Week One. The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver joked that it's because only his friends started him, but it was no joke to them as he caught eight passes for 114 yards and ...