He must get angry a lot being a Cowboys fan.
Next he will hand him his dentures.
She didn't do it. Those are Tony Romo's undies from December.
Hmmm football isn't an individual sport, but a team sport. COMMUNIST!
What rhymes with "eliminated from playoff contention"?
Here's what I have to say about the Cowboys: Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.
We all hate their one playoff win in a generation. So much JEALOUSY.
It's amazing they even made the playoffs with Romo on their side.
Picture Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Cake
Putting a cherry pie on her crotch would have been too subtle.
"I don't know if any team has asked for a bye month before, but the league works around team requests and stadium schedules all the time," said Jerry Jones. "So I hope the NFL respects our wishes and lets us wrap up our regular season by November 31st."
While slightly above average in September, October and November, the talented Cowboys historically collapse in December and plummet down the NFC East standings. The request to take December off is a transparent attempt to avoid yet another December swoon.
Although the Cowboys deny they are paralyzed by another season-ending string of losses.
"What? No. Not at all," said quarterback Tony Romo. "What would give you that impression? We're all very confident in December and aren't in any way consumed by impending feelings of doom during every waking moment. It's just that in December we have plans to you know, well it's a busy time. Christmas shopping and stuff. Relatives visiting. The team holiday party. You know, it's just not a good month for us as far as carving out time to play football. I hope the NFL can respect that. But, no, we definitely don't fear December and I don't by any means have a psychiatrist who I talk to about that exact issue three times a week. No, sir."