Tony Romo had his worst game of the year. His play stunk more than the 6-turnover Buffalo game. He went 13-36, 214 yards and 3 interceptions. Jason Witten had another great game, catching 8 passes for 113 yards, the only bright spot for an otherwise dismal performance. Dallas lost 10-6, by far its worst offensive production of the year. Romo couldn’t find his wide receivers, and when he did, he overthrew them. Or he threw interceptions. It just wasn’t a positive game for the offense.
The Dallas defense had its best game of the year. Too bad the offense couldn’t match it. The defense had four sacks and constantly pressured Donovan McNabb. But the key for the Eagles was they never turned the ball over. McNabb played well.
So why did Tony Romo play so bad? The answer is quite simple: Did you see the Blonde Bimbo with the pink No. 9 jersey sitting in the special glass press box?
That’s Jessica Simpson, Romo’s girlfriend, to whom he is rumored engaged. Yep, that was her. You saw her, right? She was the one waving to Romo after the numerous three and outs the offense had today. She was the one clutching tight to the pink little jersey as her boy had his worst game of the year. She probably didn’t even realize what was going on, you know, losing to a division rival and all. She is also probably the one who rode Romo’s peep for most of the day, wearing him out, and distracting him before the game. She is the one who most likely followed him around all morning Sunday, made him eat her bad eggs and biscuits and nagged him. Why was Romo’s thumb injured? Take a guess.
You know, Jerry Jones needs to take action. He needs to ban the Blonde Bimbo from the games. She is obviously the reason the Cowboys lost to the woeful Eagles. No, the Eagles aren’t a bad football team, but the Blonde Bimbo was the obvious factor in the game. If Romo’s head is on straight, the Cowboys glide to a win.
Injury updates: Chris Canty injured his leg. It is still unknown how serious it is. Andre Gurode also went down with an apparent leg-knee injury. His status also is unclear. Back up tight end Anthony Fasano left the game with a concussion. Gurode’s and Canty’s injuries will be key matters this week. Check the update on my blog from rotoworld.com on the left to get injury updates. I will discuss it later in the week, too.