The Cowboys Offense Needs To Air It Out

Oct 6, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) throws in the pocket as sun rays enter the stadium in the third quarter against the Denver Broncos at AT

Last Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys offense put together quite an impressive performance, keeping up with the historic offense of Peyton Manning and his Denver Broncos.

Tony Romo outplayed Manning up to the final and tragic series. He was on pace to have the best game EVER by a quarterback in the National Football League.

And then he was intercepted.

Once again.

I know the interception was heart breaking, and I know that’s the history of Tony Romo. I can’t help but feel bad for the guy. He was so close to shut up everybody…

Anyway, tomorrow come the Washington Redskins to town and the Cowboys just can’t let this one slip from their hands like the last two games against the Chargers and the Broncos.

It’s time to let Tony Romo do what he knows best. Let him to do what he did against Denver. Let him take risks, try deep passes, and spread the field.

Oct 6, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) throws in the pocket against the Denver Broncos at AT

We all saw it last week. For a couple of hours, the Cowboys offense was reminiscent of the “Greatest Show On Turf” run by some guy called Kurt Warner a decade ago. It also reminded me of the “Brady Bunch” by the ‘almost undefeated’ Patriots of 2007.

It maybe had something to do with the pathetic level of play of the Broncos defense, but Romo was looking every bit like a re-incarnation of Dan Fouts and Dan Marino put together into one hell of a quarterback.

He has the talent to do it. For sure, we’ll see many more interceptions. But if you reach the 40-point mark every game, then interceptions become manageable.

It’s the 6th week of the season and the Cowboys are still looking for their identity. Every game they try something different. It’s time to give Romo the ball.

In Tony we trust.

There’s actually no choice!

We all know these Cowboys will go as far as Romo takes them. They can’t depend on their defense, that’s for sure.

So, it’s time to air it out!

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Tony Romo

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  • JoeDaBeast

    “Anyway, tomorrow come the Washington Redskins to town and the Cowboys just can’t let this one slip from their hands like the last two games against the Chargers and the Broncos.”

    Keep in mind, those two close games were away games for The Boyz and this one is in AT&T Stadium (anybody else having a difficult time calling it that?).

    • Luis Dominguez

      Well Joe, actually the last one against the Broncos was at the AT&T Stadium. What I believe is a better sign is that two of the three losses were against still unbeaten teams; so maybe things aren’t that bad…

      • JoeDaBeast

        I stand corrected. You’re absolutely right. I’m not pulling the fire alarm as of yet.

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