The Walking Dead: Dallas vs Philly

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Oct 28, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) directs the offense while under center Ryan Cook (63) against the New York Giants at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

In Walking Dead, the leader of the survivalist group is a man named Rick. He is an ex cop that has fought the zombies and brought his group to an abandoned prison to escape the threat of the “Walkers.” Rick is a flawed man and makes mistakes, but is always the person the group looks to for guidance and the plan for survival. For the Cowboys the person that most resembles Rick is their leader and quarterback Tony Romo. While Romo is the unquestioned leader, his decisions are always questioned and not always the best for the team. Romo makes extraordinary things happen, then things go right, but when things go array, all of the blame can be traced back to the play of the leader. For the Eagles, Mike Vick is their quarterback and leader. Vick has the same issues as Romo as far as the credit and blame for the play of the Philadelphia squad. This is the first of two roles for Vick, but as the leader of the Eagles his turnovers and roller coaster play has been the talk of the troubles and success for the Philadelphia ball club.

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Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Jason Garret, Jerry Jones, Tony Romo, Walking Dead

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