What do a career day for Tony Romo and a career-crusher for Matt Schaub have in common? Twitter thinks they both suck.
After blowing a 23-point halftime lead to lose at home to a Green Bay Packers team led by a quarterback who wasn’t even on the roster a month ago, the question is very much in the air.
The talented Cowboys receiver made two incredible touchdown catches, blew up at his teammates multiple times on the sidelines, and got called a “spoiled child” on television by Fox announcer Brian Billick in Dallas’ last-second loss to the Detroit Lions. It was kind of a mixed-bag of a day for him.
How ’bout NOT them Cowboys? A new national survey by Public Policy Polling says that America now prefers the Green Bay Packers.
Here’s the shiniest new thing in Jones’ collection of shiny new things.
The Stars’ first game of the lockout-shortened NHL season was an announced sellout, but at least one seat in the American Airlines Center appeared “empty,” as the team had a little fun with last week’s biggest sports story.
Spoiler: They tell us that the bookmakers think that the Cowboys are even less likely to be good than the Texans.