View Full Version : Romo vs Whiners

12-21-2000, 02:39 PM
Can't wait to watch Romo go head-hunting this weekend...

Here is some comments from SportsTalk.com:

There are certain things in the game of football that are always constant. The playing field is 100 yards in length. The Bengals suck. And controversy is sure to follow Bill Romanowski wherever he goes. Earlier this week, the Bronco linebacker told reporters that Niners' widereceiver J.J. Stokes is still ''sore and bitter'' and that he ''had no fight in him.'' Romanowski, of course, was referring to the infamous incident on Monday night three years ago when he spit in the face of the receiver. The opening of the old wounds by Romo brought out the wrath of San Francisco running back Garrison Hearst, who unleashed a brief verbal assault that would make Al Sharpton blush. ''He's a racist. That's why he spit on J.J.,' Hearst told the Denver Rocky Mountain News. ''He's a racist and a dope pusher.'' Oh yeah, one more thing: the Niners and the Broncos will butt heads this weekend. Hide the women and children and set the VCR.

Alton deFlat
12-21-2000, 02:47 PM
Romonowski is a perfect fit for the XFL. Maybe he's just trying to raise his stock for that league.


12-21-2000, 02:54 PM
Despite being a Donk, I love the way that guy plays...He leaves it all on the field.

12-21-2000, 06:14 PM
If you love the way Romo plays, you must have missed last Sunday's game. T-Rich ran all over him all day long. It was beautiful.

I smell a Niners victory this weekend, followed by a quick playoff exit for the overrated pu$$y Donx.

12-21-2000, 07:53 PM
He got his *** run over at mile high this year also. His glory days are behind him. That defense has been riding on the wave of two rings. Everybody that was a playmaker is just that. Was.

And before the game at Arrowhead, he said he wasn't worried about our runners, they didn't have any moves. Hey Willie, you don't need moves when you can get run over, or left behind once TR turned the corner.

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