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Williams: Kitna 'just as good' as Romo

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07:59 AM ET 10.26 | Tony Romo, he of the now broken dreams of a complicated season in Dallas, will now be watching the season unfold from the sidelines. Obviously, the Cowboys are going to go out of their way to build up Jon Kitna now that he takes over for the injured Tony Romo. But no one was more effusive than receiver Roy Williams. "Tony is our starter, but Jon is just as good," said Williams, who enjoyed the best season of his professional career when Kitna started in Detroit. "We are going to work this week in practice so we can get the timing down with the receivers. But I have complete faith in him. I have played with him for three years and I know how good he is."

The Dallas Morning News

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October 26, 2010  08:00 AM ET

Hahahahahahaha!!!!

Tough? Put it this way: The historically woebegone Texas Rangers could win more games in October and November than the five-time Super Bowl champion Cowboys. And with the Super Bowl coming to Cowboys Stadium in February, it's all but certain the host team won't be playing. Worse still, this once-promising season is now linked to 1989 - the year Jones bought the team, Jimmy Johnson took over as coach and the Cowboys went 1-15; that was the last time Dallas started 1-5. At least back then everyone knew the team was lousy.

October 26, 2010  08:01 AM ET

Its over Johnny!

October 26, 2010  08:03 AM ET

"Williams: Kitna 'just as good' as Romo"

At 1-5, that's helpful...

3-13 sounds about right for this thing right now.

October 26, 2010  08:05 AM ET

Ok so I was off a few points in my prediction (Giants 30-17). The result was still the same. Now the stupid playoff talk can finally end. At least get Stephen McGee in there to see what he has.

October 26, 2010  08:06 AM ET

Boy Chico... you've had that in a storage chest in 5the basement. Your right though We suck no matter what talent level is on the team.We couldn't see the forrest for the damn trees.

October 26, 2010  08:07 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Boy Chico... you've had that in a storage chest in 5the basement. Your right though We suck no matter what talent level is on the team.We couldn't see the forrest for the damn trees.

I still say it's the Coach man.....

October 26, 2010  08:08 AM ET

Williams had better watch his tongue. Tony will be back. I hope that was a motivational ploy to rally behind Jon.

October 26, 2010  08:08 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Ok so I was off a few points in my prediction (Giants 30-17). The result was still the same. Now the stupid playoff talk can finally end. At least get Stephen McGee in there to see what he has.

Yep...

Because if that bag is empty, then this team needs a QB.

Badly!

October 26, 2010  08:08 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Hahahahahahaha!!!!Tough? Put it this way: The historically woebegone Texas Rangers could win more games in October and November than the five-time Super Bowl champion Cowboys. And with the Super Bowl coming to Cowboys Stadium in February, it's all but certain the host team won't be playing. Worse still, this once-promising season is now linked to 1989 - the year Jones bought the team, Jimmy Johnson took over as coach and the Cowboys went 1-15; that was the last time Dallas started 1-5. At least back then everyone knew the team was lousy.

Did it seem to anyone that Chuckie was kind of auditioning for a job. LOL!

October 26, 2010  08:09 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I still say it's the Coach man.....

It's the GM...

October 26, 2010  08:09 AM ET

S***t rolls downhill.. It is the coach. Bad captain...Bad crew.

October 26, 2010  08:10 AM ET

Romo is a decent QB, not a great QB. A QB change could spark the team, but doubt it.

October 26, 2010  08:14 AM ET
QUOTE(#12):

Romo is a decent QB, not a great QB. A QB change could spark the team, but doubt it.

hahaha...NO. The good news is the Rangers are still playing, the Stars are off to a good start and the Mavs "should" be better. Jury still out on the latter.

October 26, 2010  08:15 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Did it seem to anyone that Chuckie was kind of auditioning for a job. LOL!

I didn't hear him..... I don't think I would want him....

Would you guys want him in Dallas?

October 26, 2010  08:15 AM ET

the cowboys may have some players but it takes a coach to know how to use 'em... Jones is an idiot if he doesn't blow this unit up; they're just useless now...

October 26, 2010  08:16 AM ET

What has Romo ever done except have some hot girlfriends? Kitna for Roma isn't going to make a whole lot of difference. I agree Chuckie seemed to be dvertising his availability...

October 26, 2010  08:17 AM ET
QUOTE(#14):

I didn't hear him..... I don't think I would want him.... Would you guys want him in Dallas?

The question really is...is he an upgrade over what's here? then again...what wouldn't be an upgrade?

October 26, 2010  08:17 AM ET

Then again, Gruden was Al Davis' "Do Boy" out in Oakland for a while, so he may be a good coach for Jerry.

October 26, 2010  08:18 AM ET
QUOTE(#17):

The question really is...is he an upgrade over what's here? then again...what wouldn't be an upgrade?

At least he would hold players accountable.

 
October 26, 2010  08:21 AM ET

So much pressure was put on the Boys at the start of the season. You have Jackwagon Jones running the show saying he was going to host the SB with his Cowboys leading the way. Now, maybe everyone can just relax. There are 10 left. Maybe they can win one more.

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