Football! Week 9, No one Trusts Tony Romo Edition
November 6, 2011 Leave a comment
Week 9’s update of the limited vocabulary of the hosts of Sunday NFL Countdown, because no one knows what sport is played on Sundays.
Tom Jackson – Tony Romo indirectly lost the Patriots game because Jason Garret didn’t trust him.
Great analysis, Tom. Not only is that statement just utter non-sense, blaming Tony for indirectly allowing Tom Brady to manufacture a game winning drive, but Tony Romo averages 36 attempts per game this season, he had 41 in that game, I wouldn’t call that not trusting your quarterback.
Tom Jackson – Did the Raiders get Palmer from oh-five or oh-ten?
That is not how talking works, Tom.
Also, apparently Tom Jackson thinks every quarterback is a “system quarterback.” He called two different QB’s, I believe Palmer and Josh Freeman, system quarterbacks and kept bringing it up.
And another Tom Jackson!
Berman – What team do you think needs to win today?
Keep in mind, this is a simple question, all you really have to do is name one of the teams that is playing today, but Tom Jackson wants to change it up…
Jackson – I don’t think they have to win today…
That is no way to start an answer, Tom.
Until next week, keep throwing those footballs down the football field to the football receivers.