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Tony Romo hints Broncos D plays dirty

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06:36 PM ET 10.03 | The Dallas Cowboys are currently preparing to take on the undefeated Denver Broncos this weekend and signal-caller Tony Romo is already working the referees, long before the opening kick. In a conference call with Denver-based reporters, Romo suggested that the Broncos defense, especially the secondary, like to use their hands a bit more than they should.

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October 4, 2013  12:10 AM ET

...already getting the excuses for the upcoming loss lined up.

October 4, 2013  12:46 AM ET

By using their hands a bit more than they should is he speaking to them catching errant passes?

October 4, 2013  06:17 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

By using their hands a bit more than they should is he speaking to them catching errant passes?

There was a TV replay of DRC getting away with a defensive hold on DeSean Jackson in the first half...

But I can only remember one such incident and clearly not enough to alter the final score.

October 4, 2013  06:20 AM ET
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There was a TV replay of DRC getting away with a defensive hold on DeSean Jackson in the first half...But I can only remember one such incident and clearly not enough to alter the final score.

The final score could have also been altered had Vick found even a few of the receivers running wide open all day.

October 4, 2013  06:24 AM ET

Stop whining, just play the game!

October 4, 2013  06:33 AM ET

I'd be more concerned with the blatant hold on the Trindon Holliday kick return touchdown.

The key block that sprung Holliday free featured Denver's David Bruxton with two hands full of Eagles' Jordan Poyer's jersey... he literally grabs Poyer by the jersey, to the point of which Poyer's shoulder pads are visually exposed, and throws him to the ground as Holliday runs by.

October 4, 2013  06:35 AM ET
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I'd be more concerned with the blatant hold on the Trindon Holliday kick return touchdown.The key block that sprung Holliday free featured Denver's David Bruxton with two hands full of Eagles' Jordan Poyer's jersey... he literally grabs Poyer by the jersey, to the point of which Poyer's shoulder pads are visually exposed, and throws him to the ground as Holliday runs by.

That would require the refs seemingly not holding a grudge for the perception Chip was going to dictate the pace of play, not them.

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October 4, 2013  07:41 AM ET
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More plays = more excitement = a boost in television ratingsI'm somewhat surprised Roger Goodell hasn't stepped in and told them to hurry the **** up.And that doesn't just go for the Eagles. There are several teams running hurry up styled offenses around the league right now.

And yet only one got singled out by the refs before the season started....

October 4, 2013  09:26 AM ET

Word is Romo plays dirty....literally...he doesn't shower before games.

October 4, 2013  09:38 AM ET
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Word is Romo plays dirty....literally...he doesn't shower before games.

Thanks for sharing that.

 
October 4, 2013  10:34 AM ET

Tony, I now believer your the most overhyped, overated player in the game. You have done nothing but show, when the games on the line you fail big time.
Your going down this week and the real Cowboys will again show they aren't top quality. Your just lucky the division sucks worse, right now anyways.

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