Terrell Owens: Dallas Cowboys Have A T.R. Problem

Terrell Owens can never do wrong. That’s the mentality of the journeyman wide receiver who has a knack for trying to rip his former quarterbacks after he departs from a team. He did it in San Fransisco, he did it in Philly and he’s now doing it to Dallas.

Sure, Tony Romo had a lackluster game last night. He was 13 for 29 for 127 yards. He threw three interceptions, threw one touchdown and ran for another.

Owens last night tweeted:

Dallas just found out they had a T.R. problem not a T.O problem !!

Well, I will agree that Romo certainly assisted in the Cowboys loss last night, but he’s not the sole factor they lost. If anyone noticed, the defense didn’t make any big plays. Besides the two passes defended–one by Mike Jenkins and the other by Orlando Scandrick–the defense did nothing to stop the Giants.

The Cowboys ran for 257 yards and still lost the game. Marion Barber had over 100 yards and Felix Jones came very close.

Do the Dallas Cowboys have a Tony Romo problem? Remember when Drew Brees was available when the Charges made it known that they were going to start Phillip Rivers? Are you banging your head against the wall because you urged from your telepathic brainwaves that Jerry Jones snag the free agent quarterback out from the hands of the New Orleans Saints?

Or are you content with Romo and his inconsistent play each year? He got his big payday last season, but we’re all still wondering if he is going to carry this team on his shoulders.

And by the way, when is DeMarcus Ware going to wake up?

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, NFL, Terrell Owens, Terrell Owens Twitter, Tony Romo

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