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That's me in the picture with Tony Romo. We have participated in a few functions together since 2006 - he is a great guy and a good friend to The Dallas Cowboys Fan Network. You can get more detailed information on The Dallas Cowboys Fan Network and hear the story about how I got to know Tony Romo here

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Two explosive offenses and flawed defenses score 65 points in an overtime game. Big surprise.

First, let's talk about what this game did not mean.

It didn't mean the defense is bad. The squad Kirk Harralson called Rob Ryan's "Island of Misfit Toys" was never going to win this one – not against the New Orleans passing offense. They were woefully overmatched. They did a great job, all things considered, containing New Orleans Wide Receivers and Tight Ends. Unfortunately, that meant the Running Backs were free to catch 15 passes for 162 yards and one TD, with Darren Sproles turning in a 104 yard receiving day.

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Open the Steel Curtain - let the Star shine in

Dallas is now 3-0 in December. No matter what happens the next two weeks, they will have a winning record in the final month, so, as Yoda would say, "Up the shut f***"

It would be easy to be disappointed with the many blown plays and penalties (as usual.) But the fact is that these were two inconsistent 7-6 teams with injury issues, both of which had something to play for. Should we have been surprised they went to overtime? No.

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Ugly? Put lipstick on it - I'll take it to the prom.

When Eli Manning plays a bad game but wins anyway, and Tony Romo plays a great game and loses (see here for an example of both in one game.) I get kind of agitated because I know I have to listen to how Eli is the December, clutch, awesome quarterback and Romo just doesn't have what it takes. When Romo has a bad day and wins anyway? I'll take it.

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Theory vs. reality for the Cowboys' play-off hopes

It's that crazy time of year when the parity-driven NFL keeps mathematical hope alive for all kinds of teams that have no real shot at the playoffs – and no shot of making it past the first round if they happen to stumble in to what Bill Parcells used to call "the tournament."

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Is Romo better than Aikman?

I knew that headline would get you to read this. You're probably very angry that I would suggest such a possibility (even though Aikman did so himself.) After all, everybody knows that Romo is a bumbling turnover machine, right? He's just not a winner like Aikman, right? Aikman was one of the most accurate passers of all time, and owns three Super Bowl rings.

Let's take a look at a few things that might surprise you.

Poll

Quiz, not really a poll (so don't look it up.) Which QB has the lowest Career Interception Percentage in Cowboys history?
Roger Staubach
0%
Tony Romo
43%
Danny White
14%
Don Meredith
29%
Troy Aikman
14%
Total votes: 7