All posts by J. dLion

Dallas Cowboys #1 fan Grew up watching the Cowboys with my family and friends. Although I currently live in Texans territory I am not shy about displaying my Cowboys colors and flag.

Cowboys dominated the Redskins 44-17 and now are ready to compete in the playoffs

Beating the Redskins 44-17 showed the National Football League, fans, players and TV personalities that the 2014 Dallas Cowboys were for real.  They are no longer push-overs and can travel to any opponent’s house and come out with a win. Hell they proved it 8 times this year and tied for the best record in the NFL 12-4.

We are now in the Playoffs and apparently, the Dallas Cowboys are being disrespected again. The TV talking heads have made the Boys’ the underdogs of the NFC. Only one better than the Panthers, how pathetic is that!

The fact of the matter is the Cowboys are playing lights out football and this December was one to remember. Tony’s December demons were sent to hell and the 4-0 Angelic numbers appeared in their place. But it didn’t stop there, several players broke long standing records. Six players were selected to the Pro Bowl and one is in the discussion for MVP for 2014.


For more than a week on Facebook and Tweeter, ‘Tony Romo for MVP’ was our battle cry. The posts, tweets and re-tweets on behalf of Romo for MVP was so much that it was trending on TWEETER.

Romo played through severe pain, broken ribs,  broken transverse process bones, and surgeries. Even with all those difficulties he has the best QB Passer Rating, best Total QBR, best yards/attempts, best completion percentage, best record 12-3 as a starting QB, got Jerry Jones his NFC East title, and directed the Boys’ to playoff spot. Lead the Jews to the promise land, parted the red sea, spoke to God himself, oh wow guess I got a little carried away…

What’s the problem? The MVP should be awarded to Tony Romo’s period end of story. I believe J.J. Watt—should also be considered for MVP but only second to Tony Romo.


Anyway, I’ve got to go because family members from out of town are arriving and I have to cook fried redfish and some other fixings.

I would like to thank each of you that viewed, read, and commented on this blog. I really appreciate it and thank you from the bottom of my heart.

My prayer is that you have a Great New Year and that all the desires of your heart be granted.



The Colts were lassoed, hog tied, and merciful less beaten by the awesomeness of the Cowboys


The Colts came to Arlington thinking they were coming for a Texas Rodeo. What they got for their effort was a Texas size ass kicking of historic proportions. The beat down was so severe that late in the second half the Colts Head Coach decided to take his ‘Luck’ out to pasture.

Not since the New England Patriots in 2012 had the Colts received such an ass whooping of this magnitude. Luck was pressured so much in this game that he was unable to get a first down several minutes into the game.

The Dallas Defense seemed to have hogtied their whole offense by rendering them immobile and helpless. Furthermore, the Dallas Cowboys defense made Andrew Luck irrelevant and was subsequently removed in favor of the second string Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck.

Hasselbeck appeared to have lit a fire under the Colts offense which resulted in a very good drive ending in a touchdown. However, by then the result of the game was a for gone conclusion.

Right from the start the Boys’ took control and never relinquished it. The pressure on both opposing quarterbacks was relentless and as a consequence the final score showed it.

The Cowboys didn’t need ‘Luck’; they played with heart and preparation. They played with the philosophy of the 7P’s: Piss Poor Practice, Prevents Picture Perfect Performance (Sports fans you read it here first).  In this game the Cowboys played with self-confidence and poise.

Jason Garrett and his coaching staff had our Boys’ prepared for this game. They practiced with great motivation and high intensity. The alternative would have been the philosophy of the 7P’s in their face and that fellow fanatics would have been disastrous.

Dez Bryant was a beast and dominated the Colts safeties like they were a bunch of high school football players. Witten was as reliable as he has ever been. Cole Beasley made several terrific plays including one for a touchdown.

I take of my hat to Demarco Murray, he showed heart and courage. He played with a fractured left hand and with pain. Thanks for being a team player and sacrificing your health for the good of the team and our very own Cowboy Nation.

The Offensive Line was as terrific as they’ve been all year. Without those guys playing with high intensity and domination. We wouldn’t be where we are today, 11 wins and only 4 losses.

Who needs ‘Luck’ when you have Romo…

Romo performed like a Maestro directing an Orchestra, he was flawless in virtually every throw. He threw left, middle, right, and long. Every pass he threw added to his outstanding career, stats and records.

On Sunday afternoon Tony Romo broke another Dallas Cowboys club record. He broke Troy Aikman’s record for the most passing yards in club history.

I believe that our Quarterback Tony Romo is worthy of being in the NFL MVP discussion. It’s too bad so many football analysts including some in the NFL Network  and ESPN First Take don’t think so. This people are a bunch of hating idiots and have a certain bias against him.

The good news in all this is that the Philadelphia EAGLES are NOW ELIMINATED FROM THE PLAYOFFS!!!!


The Dallas Cowboys reclaim their spot at the top of the NFC East once again.


Final Score:

Indianapolis Colts: 7

Dallas Cowboys: 42

JTRACKER48 COMPASS AWARD is presented to Tony Romo (a.k.a. Blood and Guts) for his great pocket presence, leadership and his winning ways. Plus for another football record added to his name.