Hope you always remember the Veterans that served our Nation, especially on Veterans Day!
After the beat down the Jaguars received at the hands of America’s Team, “V-E” Day was proclaimed. Millions of fanatics throughout the world gathered in the streets of Great Britain, Japan, Canada, Mexico and even as far as Humble, Texas to celebrate.
Each rival had orders from their Superiors to win at all costs. Both teams fought valiantly.They fought for their Nation. Their City. Their fans. And each other. Both teams showcased their superstars; placed them on the front lines but in the end…there could be only ONE!
General Romo (aka ‘Blood and Guts’) led the Commander Wembley Forces Dallas Cowboys’ (COMWEBFORDCBOYS). ‘Blood and guts’,a veteran of numerous historical campaigns, was the most trusted Commander Cowboys Nation had at its disposal.
COMWEBFORDCBOYS was the obvious expert in all tactical and strategic plays from scrimmage against all rivals. You see he had studied Sun Tzu’s “Art of War”. He took his Cowboys up and down the field. Flanked and over ran enemy positions when needed. Continuously passed the ball to his trusted “X” man, Dez Bryant, who upon taking control of it ran with it like a monster possessed and did not surrender it until reaching rival headquarters.
“The quality of decision is like the well-timed swoop of a falcon which enables it to strike and destroy its victim.”
As the last minutes of play winded down and the obvious was a foregone conclusion I began to wonder why the heart and soul of the Dallas Cowboys was still in there getting hit unnecessarily.
Why was Jerry Jones not walking the side lines and telling Head Coach Jason Garrett to pull his franchise quarterback out of the game? Why wasn’t anyone on the coaching staff making an argument that Romo could possibly get injured again…seriously, why not?
This was another great victory for the Cowboys even though ESPN first take analyst Steven A Smith says otherwise. Smith stated that we should not get all excited about the win because we beat the “Jaguars”. Hell…this is football; you never know how well the rival teams are going to play you until you play. Its why we watch the game.
Take the Jets/Steelers game. Nobody, including Stephen A. Smith, thought that the lonely Jets were going to beat the red hot Steelers.
Romo captured another great record; 34 touchdowns of 50+ yards most in the NFL since 2006.
Murray went over 100 yards again, we back baby.
Dallas Cowboys: 31
Jacksonville Jaguars: 17
- Dez Bryant, 2. Tony Romo, 3. Offensive Line
JTRACKER COMPASS AWARD is presented to Tony Romo because without him the Cowboys are lost. This guy should be nicknamed “Blood and Guts” for his tolerance of pain and the ability to play with it.
Have a safe and wonderful day on Veterans Day!
“A Veteran-whether active duty, retired, national guard, or reserve is someone who at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made payable to the United States of America for an amount of up to and including my life.”