Dallas Cowboys Update – Now the Romo Bashing Really Begins
The online betting crowd knows that Dallas Cowboys fans expect a winner and can be merciless on the team’s quarterback when the team is not winning. While some bettors are getting ready for March Madness betting, others are still trying to suggest ways to improve the Cowboys. One constant target has been quarterback Tony Romo. The embattled quarterback does not help his own cause when he makes himself an available target by playing the PGA Tour’s Pebble Beach Pro-Am over the weekend.
While hacking his way through the course as a playing partner to Tiger Woods, Romo was besieged by a barrage of comments about how he should get back to work on the football field and how golf is too much of a distraction to him. Each year, Dallas Cowboys’ fans make comments on how Romo constantly seems distracted during summer workouts by golf and that Romo’s lack of attention to the team is what is causing the team to lose. The pay per head sports experts are pretty sure that golf is not causing that many problems for Romo. But there is a growing consensus that the Cowboys may make a move to draft a top-tier quarterback in the 2012 draft. Since there are very few top-tier quarterbacks in this draft, it will be interesting to see what the Cowboys wind up doing.
The Cowboys do not currently have anyone under the franchise tag and there are few players in the current list of free agents that would actually be deemed worthy of the tag. The one player that has been mentioned frequently is outside linebacker Anthony Spencer. A bodog review of Spencer’s performance shows some potential but nothing that would indicate a franchise player. Still, the Cowboys do not want to risk losing Spencer in free agency and may hit him with the franchise tag if a contract cannot be negotiated by the March deadline.
It would be a bet online scam to assume that the announcement by wide receiver Randy Moss that he wants to play in the NFL in 2012 fell on deaf ears. While Moss earned the label of “locker room trouble” with his antics in 2010, he still feels like he can play the game. Many fans in Dallas are concerned that Cowboys’ owner and general manager Jerry Jones is considering bringing in Moss, even though the Cowboys do not need another wide receiver. The Cowboys especially do not need a receiver that has one or possibly two years left in him.
But Jones has not ruled out the possibility of Moss going to Dallas. While no formal announcement has been made by any team, there is a feeling that Moss will get more interest that Terrell Owens did in 2011. Owens announced that he wanted to play in the NFL again and even held a workout for teams which no one but media cameras attended. Owens wound up in the Indoor Football League as a player and part owner. Moss has a better chance to playing in the NFL again, but nothing is guaranteed.