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Texas Tony Romo has guided decisive 4th quarter drives in last 2 Dallas victories. Cowboys do not want to reckon about where the team would be without the newest successes from Tony Romo, whose NFL resumé is also full of some famed late match failures.
With Tony’s winning drive to Bailey’s thirty five yard field goal on the last play on Sunday at the New York Giants, Dallas are back in command of NFC East with 5 matches left, beginning with a short week before their Thanksgiving match against Oakland.
Jerry Jones, the owner of Dallas Cowboys, told that he would rather not have him have to have that opportunity to have to make that drive that he made. The team did not require losing that match.
Like he did against Minnesota 2 matches before, Tony went huddle for an important late possession and he literally has a message and that is Dallas would go get the touchdown. He required points against Vikings as Dallas Cowboys was down 23 – 20; and got it along with a seven yard pass to Harris with thirty five seconds left to end a ninety yard drive in 2:09.
Dallas were not behind against Giants, but they had blown a fifteen point lead in 2nd half and allow New York get even at 21 – 21. Tony was 80 yards from the end area on a frigid ground, and got Dallas in spot to run out the clock before Bailey’s hit for a 24 – 21 victory.
The spectators stands were not totally filled as Tampa Bay Buccaneers hit the field on Thursday evening to take on Carolina. The stands were almost empty by the 4th quarter with the local team down twenty five.
It seems that the fans have actually given up their hopes on their team Tampa Bay Buccaneers following 7 back to back loses to begin this season. Some of the fans were seen carrying ‘Fire Schiano’ signs. After the team’s 31 – 13 defeat earlier on Thursday, it was hard not to think when the team owners would desert Greg Schiano, too. Continue reading 'Schiano’s season goes from bad to worse'»