The Ups and Downs of the Cowboys

Before I start thanks to Mrs. Kriese for giving the grounds for this post.

I will never understand why Tony Romo isn’t appreciated as a quarterback. He has kept one of the better passer ratings in the NFL for almost 10 years. I would much rather have him starting than Dak. But his career is coming to an end and it’s time to start giving our next quarterback reps in regular season games.

As for Jerry Jones he is an excellent businessman who worked his way up in the oil industry, improved the worth of the Cowboys by over 4 billion dollars, and built a fabulous new stadium and team facilities. But he is TERRIBLE at actually running a football team. He fired Jimmy Johnson (which my mom is still mad about), neglected to improve a struggling secondary in the last draft, and chose jersey sales over Super Bowls. He has his son lined up as the heir to the Cowboys throne, so we may never escape the grasp of the Jones family.

On a more positive note, they finally finished a close game, beating the Redskins, and next week the Bears come to Dallas on short week Sunday night, which make for what should be an easy win.

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