Romo’s clavicle is broken and so is my heart.

By Cowgirl  |   Tuesday, October 26, 2010  |  Comments( 2 )

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I've heard the talking heads say for years that the Cowboys had no leader. I knew all along that they did have a clear leader and he was Tony Romo.

Romo led the Cowboys by the way he played. He was fearless. His escapability left me in awe. He had a great arm and made great decisions. He also possessed another quality crucial for an elite quarterback, a short memory. If he threw a pick, he'd come back the next series and throw a TD.

He played to win. He played with youthful enthusiasm. I loved his positive attitude and boyish charm.

Tony was an undrafted free agents and rose up to be the best quarterback to wear the star since Troy Aikman.

Without him, this team is lost.

Even with a 1-4 record, I wholeheartedly believed that the Cowboys would correct the main problem they had, penalties, and make the playoffs.

With Romo out, I know the season is now over.

Even though Dallas' record was 1-4, I thoroughly enjoyed every game this year. This Cowboys team is loaded on both sides of the ball. They were clearly better than their 1-4 record indicated.

I'll miss Romo and the magic he brought weekly to each game. I wish him the best.

I will continue to pull for my Cowboys, but now that they have lost their leader, I feel the outcome for my beloved team will be bleak.

For the rest of my dear guys, Cowboy up!!!! Play with pride.

Tony will be back...until then, play the way I know you can.

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Jesus makes existence bearable. While bearing the burden of breathing and passing the time in this painful place..I find pleasure in distractions from death. Any small joy will suffice..a good TV show, a song that gets it right, my people, the NFL and Bilzrok's face.... The days drag and the years...
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