Dec 9, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) warms his hands on the heater during the second quarter against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Cowboys Football: Too Much Hollywood

The best thing defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin can hope for now: The Powerpuff Girls to make a comeback and sign with the Cowboys defense. Because the defense has just a little more fire power than my retired 8-bit Nintendo.

It’s not going to get better for Monte.

Chicago 45, Hollywood 28.

And the things that this defense was supposedly good at was turnovers — the bright side of things. Yet, Dallas couldn’t take the ball away even when the ball was wrapped up between 10 fingers.

(Um. Ah. Scandrick?)

13 games in and this problem doesn’t seem obvious to Jerry? To Stephen? Excuse us while we call some attention to this historic giving, free loving, take what you’d like, defense.

#CowboysNation911

#CowboysFamilySuperEmbarrassed

Tony Romo’s biggest problem this season isn’t December, as some suggest. Or cold weather. Nor poor offensive line play.

It’s Monte Kiffin.

Leave it for Tony to put points on the board only to have his own teammate allow opponents to match it. Go ahead and blame Tony Romo for not putting up some offense. For breathing. Might as well blame him for not playing defensive back too.

Could be worthwhile for Monte Kiffin to open a Twitter account. Might as well see what the world is saying about him. Cause the boss in Dallas is not saying much (or enough).

To keep with the Dallas “Hollywood” tag lines, it wouldn’t be surprising if Monte got word he is doing a poor job and left the booth to add his name to the Republican presidential ticket. Might as well capitalize on yesterday’s success at Tampa Bay while you still can.

Especially when you allow a backup quarterback in Josh McCown to shoot for 348 passing yards with five touchdowns (one rushing). Clearly, anybody can gain access to the Hall of Fame against this defense. Brett Farve might make another comeback.

Monte Kiffin for president. Who knows, Jerry Jones might even support him and give a few million bucks.

Cowboys too Hollywood? Probably.

Hey, is it too late to apologize to Rob Ryan?

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