Romo

Success is being able to move from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm. – Winston Churchill

6 interceptions, 1 fumble, and an otherwise pitiful performance–it’s true they “shouldn’t” have won. But they did.

Lesson learned? Quit quitting.

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7 comments

  1. paulhill

    Romo, Romo, where art my Romo?

    For the first half of the game he wasn’t in Buffalo. I don’t know where he was but he wasn’t there.

    I hope the coach called time out right before the snap of a field goal attempt at the last minute of the game “strategy” gets removed from next year’s playbook. Shame on you Mike Shanahan.

  2. Todd

    So, Jim Rome made a good point yesterday about Romo. Some football players have “it”. And, although no one can really explain what “it” is, or how one comes to have “it”, Romo has “it”. Romo didn’t lose respect in this game, he grew his growing legend. I’m a Raiders fan, but go Cowboys…

  3. paulhill

    You are totally right. He played a stinker of a game but he kept going. That’s something I think we can all learn from.

    Of course, I hope that was his worst performance of the year.

  4. brad brisco

    Yes that was pretty incredible, six turnovers and still win! I have to admit, I have never been a Cowboys fan but I am this weekend when they play the cheaters, oh I mean the Patriots.

    And yes I also agee that the Rat’s time out call on the field goal was sleazy.

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