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Romo basically done – good/bad?

Posted By Glenn Stants On Oct 27 2010 @ 9:52 am In Dallas Cowboys | 6 Comments

With Dallas Cowboy starting quarterback Tony Romo basically done for this season due to the broken left collarbone, what does this mean for the Dallas Cowboys, Jon Kitna and the remainder of this NFL season?  Surgery is not required but time to heal is. 

  I mean some may very well say who cares? The Cowboys have under-achieved this entire season so far, well Romo has put up not bad numbers, they were not Pro Bowl type numbers and clearly the Cowboys are not going to the Promised Land (the playoffs). 

  Now we sit coming into week-8, the Cowboys are once again at home and 38 year old Jon Kitna will be the central focus behind the centre taking the snaps.  Kitna has not thrown a game pass in 2 years. 

  Comments, questions, concerns, are we:

      Happy about Romo going down?

      Can the Cowboys salvage anything without Romo in the line-up?

      Can the troops rally around Kitna to further not embarrass themselves?

      Do the Cowboys throw Texas A+M star Stephen McGee into the mix and let him get in some game time, snaps.  McGee has 2 years as basically the 3rd string behind Romo and Kitna.  Central scouting has him with a strong arm, has athletic ability and may very well have a time to shine if he gets in some playing time.   What do you think folks, put in McGee and see what he can do. 

 That basically covers it, positive or negative, what do we as Cowboy fans think of Romo going down and what this does to Cowboy Nation and the remainder of this ever shortening NFL season. 

‘Stantsy’

 

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