I guess it’s risky to come out in force to protect our quarterback Tony Romo. But that’s exactly what I did this week. I came home real late from a concert in DC only to find this post at G-Men Headquarters, a brother blog for the NY Giants, on the fansided.com NFL blogging network. I was already tired and annoyed that I had to work in six hours and that ignorant post sent me over the edge.
First, the Giants made an amazing playoff run and all this dink-a-doo could do is bash Tony Romo? There isn’t a slow day in G-Town when your team is in the big game, pal. So, it is suffice to say I blew up and left this comment. I can come up with 10 blogging topics for you while your team prepares for this game instead of coming after our quarterback.
Neil, who operates the blog, decided to dedicate an entire blog to me here. Neil, I am honored you felt my comment was important enough to you for you to write an entire blog criticizing it. That’s sweet. Maybe you will think twice about writing a ridiculous post about a Dallas Cowboy during a time when your team is facing the biggest game of its life against an undefeated NFL team. On second thought, I take that back. I expect you to do it again, and the Riggos and the Iggles will follow.
You bark about Eli Manning’s playoff wins, and that’s fine. You criticize an NFL quarterback on my beloved team who played in his first full season and broke every single team passing record. And because he has lost two very close playoff games on last second plays, he’s a loser? Eli Manning is not winning those playoff games for the Giants, Neil. He is just not LOSING THOSE GAMES for the Giants. The defense is winning the games.
My faithful readers, I ask you to visit G-Men Headquarters and let him know what you think about his vicious attack on me and Tony Romo. It’s bad enough he says Romo sucks. But it’s just wrong for him to attack all Cowboys fans.
“The only thing worse than the Dallas Cowboys is their fans,” G-Men Neil says.
Are we going to let him say this?