Romo Wants to Play

Cowboy pretty boy Tony Romo informed his coaches on Wednesday that he is ready to play Sunday against the St. Louis Rams despite a broken pinkie finger which had an original diagnosis of four weeks to heal. 

Romo did not practice on Wednesday but did throw the ball on the side with his fractured pinkie in a splint, and according to eyewitnesses, he was able to throw the ball with good velocity and appeared confident after throwing. The session was not open to bloggers however.

Hopefully Chris Long gets an unabated lane on the Dallas Q and zeros in on his throwing hand and crushes the quarterback landing directly on the pinkie. I wouldn’t mind.

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5 responses to “Romo Wants to Play

  1. “Hopefully Chris Long gets an unabated lane on the Dallas Q and zeros in on his throwing hand and crushes the quarterback landing on his throwing hand.”

    Sounds good to me. Only problem is that his backup, unassuming, country boy, Brad Johnson, has a tendency to waltz right in and win games. He makes me more nervous than Romo. Johnson doesnt make stupid mistakes.

  2. Johnson is a savvy vet but I think his days are long gone at this point. The games pace has significantly increased since Johnson has taken regular snaps in a meaningful game.

  3. money mike

    haaa JAMES brad JOHNSON that is….fucking loser…..yea i hope that doosh romo does play break his hole hand this time….

  4. If it takes a Brett Favre phone call to “inspire” you to play then something is lacking in the mindset of this man. It’s pretty hard for teamates to rally behind a man who might have to sit out due to a broken pinky. Whether it’s Johnson or Romo playing, Dallas is lucky they are playing against the Rams.

  5. Hey the Rams beat the ‘Skins last week and the ‘Skins beat the Cowboys… anything can happen.