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By Edward Lee | October 11, 2012
When Tony Romo escapes pressure, darts away from an opponent, and finds a receiver for a gain, the Ravens see similarities between the Dallas Cowboys quarterback and the Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger. “This guy is very elusive, he's athletic. It's the same thing with Roethlisberger,” said defensive coordinator Dean Pees, who referenced a play in the Cowboys' 27-7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks where Romo spun out of a collapsing pocket and found wide receiver Miles Austin downfield for a 20-yard gain.
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
I was glad to hear quarterback Joe Flacco say he was not satisfied with his play this week . Around town, there have been a lot of excuses for Flacco, but he knows he has to play better. If the Ravens had a better offensive line, Flacco would have better numbers, but so would everyone else on the offense. There are no excuses for the two interceptions he threw last week or several of the others he has thrown this season. The Ravens wanted to know this season if Flacco had arrived and could play like he did in the last postseason.
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October 29, 2006
Good morning --Tony Romo-- Terrell Owens is thrilled that you're the new starting QB for the Cowboys. Things can only get better from here.
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November 7, 2012
He must delegate Aaron Wilson Baltimore Sun The myth that Jerry Jones tries to perpetuate goes like this: Former Arkansas guard, self-made billionaire and boss of "America's Team" actually has it all figured out. Well, not so fast. Bill Parcells acquired a lot of talent still on the roster, and Jones still has plenty of competent, low-key football people advising him behind the scenes. Can the Cowboys keep climbing with Jones running the show? Yes and no. It all depends on how he delegates when cameras aren't watching.
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By Edward Lee | October 14, 2012
After surrendering 140 yards on 30 carries to Jamaal Charles in last Sunday's 9-6 win against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Ravens are expecting the Dallas Cowboys to follow a similar blueprint with tailback DeMarco Murray. “Murray is, I think, a heck of a back,” strong safety Bernard Pollard said. “Being able to get a chance to see him last year, from the little I've seen of him on film, I think the guy can be a standout back in this league. I think he understands that, his team knows it. They have a two-headed monster with him and [backup Felix]
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October 14, 2007
Good morning--Tony Romo--Five interceptions won't cut it against the Patriots.
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September 4, 2009
Cowboys@Vikings 8 p.m. [NFL Network] Neither Tony Romo nor Brett Favre (left, with cup) is expected to play on the final night of NFL preseason games. Maybe we'll see Roger Staubach and Fran Tarkenton instead.
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December 19, 2008
Jamison Hensley Cowboys, 24-10 The Ravens are catching the Cowboys at the wrong time. David Steele Cowboys, 27-17 Owens, Romo, Witten ... someone had better pay attention to DeMarcus Ware. Edward Lee Cowboys, 27-21 After watching what Ben Roethlisberger did, imagine what Tony Romo can accomplish. Peter Schmuck Cowboys, 23-13 Sorry, but everything points to the Cowboys in this one. Ken Murray Cowboys, 24-19 Tony Romo will probably have enough time to find Jason Witten. Mike Preston Cowboys, 21-14 Cowboys will be riding emotional highs of win over Giants and the Texas Stadium finale.
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By Ray Frager | September 15, 2008
8:30 p.m. [ESPN] Terrell Owens, Donovan McNabb, Tony Romo, Jessica Simpson - how could you not watch? Unless, that is, you feel compelled to see the Carole King special (8 p.m., PBS) because of a wave of nostalgia you feel remembering the time in high school you made out with a girl on a couch as Tapestry played in the background. But that's you we're talking about. Certainly not about me. Because I don't even remember her name (Kim) or what color her hair was (brown).
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By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | December 22, 2007
Cowboys (12-2) @ Panthers (6-8) Time, TV -- 8:15, NFL Network Fantasy factor -- Cowboys RB Marion Barber, who rushed for two TDs in the teams' last meeting, is av eraging 4.9 yards per carry and might have to carry the load. Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams ran for a 35-yard touchdown in an upset of the Sea hawks last week. The buzz -- QB Tony Romo's thumb injury might limit the Cow boys' offense, but the Panthers are going with undrafted rookie Matt Moore at QB. Dallas needs to at least stay even with the Packers to get home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.
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By Edward Lee | October 14, 2012
After surrendering 140 yards on 30 carries to Jamaal Charles in last Sunday's 9-6 win against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Ravens are expecting the Dallas Cowboys to follow a similar blueprint with tailback DeMarco Murray. “Murray is, I think, a heck of a back,” strong safety Bernard Pollard said. “Being able to get a chance to see him last year, from the little I've seen of him on film, I think the guy can be a standout back in this league. I think he understands that, his team knows it. They have a two-headed monster with him and [backup Felix]
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2012
The once-solid offense has failed to score 20 points in each of its last three contests, the featured tailback has become a forgotten commodity, and the unit has relied heavily on an inconsistent quarterback. The description has fit the Ravens at times, but it currently characterizes the Dallas Cowboys, who will visit M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. As Dallas limps into the matchup having lost two of its last three games, the offense is promising, but also loaded with issues. "They've had great potential, but sometimes they don't live up to it," Fox Sports and NFL Network analyst Brian Billick said.
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By Edward Lee | October 11, 2012
When Tony Romo escapes pressure, darts away from an opponent, and finds a receiver for a gain, the Ravens see similarities between the Dallas Cowboys quarterback and the Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger. “This guy is very elusive, he's athletic. It's the same thing with Roethlisberger,” said defensive coordinator Dean Pees, who referenced a play in the Cowboys' 27-7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks where Romo spun out of a collapsing pocket and found wide receiver Miles Austin downfield for a 20-yard gain.
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By Matt Vensel | October 9, 2012
Each week, Baltimore Sun reporters Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel will look back at the Ravens' previous game and that of their next opponent. Cowboys 18, Bears 34 (Note: We are looking at Dallas' game before Sunday's bye.) Strategy: The Cowboys used three or more wide receivers on more than half their plays. They attacked the Bears with deep and intermediate throws mixed with short throws to running back DeMarco Murray and tight end Jason Witten. Defensively, they stayed in their 3-4 scheme against Chicago's two-receiver sets and used three or four cornerbacks in clear passing situations.
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December 29, 2011
Giants have momentum Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun The Giants are gaining some momentum while the Cowboys are sinking quickly. Based on that, you'll see the Giants in the playoffs and the Cowboys sitting at home. Jerry Jones will have all offseason to come up with reasons he isn't the problem with the Cowboys. Unfortunately, if you're a Giants fan, does making the playoffs mean you have to put up with Tom Coughlin for another year? With young playmakers on offense (Victor Cruz)
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By Matt Vensel | November 21, 2011
Because doing a full, 32-team list of power rankings is too much work for a Monday afternoon, I will rank the top 11 teams in the NFL after each exciting football Sunday (that's where the "first and 10" comes in). Here's the balance of power heading into Monday night's Week 11 finale between the Patriots and Chiefs: 1. Packers: Green Bay is so good, they are toying with opponents. DT B.J. Raji had a one-yard TD on Sunday. 2. 49ers: If Ray Lewis is out Thanksgiving night, too, Frank Gore and the 49ers might run all over the Ravens.
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November 7, 2012
He must delegate Aaron Wilson Baltimore Sun The myth that Jerry Jones tries to perpetuate goes like this: Former Arkansas guard, self-made billionaire and boss of "America's Team" actually has it all figured out. Well, not so fast. Bill Parcells acquired a lot of talent still on the roster, and Jones still has plenty of competent, low-key football people advising him behind the scenes. Can the Cowboys keep climbing with Jones running the show? Yes and no. It all depends on how he delegates when cameras aren't watching.
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September 22, 2011
If he can manage pain Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune If Tony Romo can do no further damage by playing, and if he can handle excruciating pain without allowing it to affect his performance, he should and will suit up for the Cowboys on Monday when they play host to the Redskins. Based on what the Cowboys are saying, it appears likely he will receive medical clearance. Now it becomes a matter of pain management. Romo did fine with that Sunday, when he threw for many of his 345 yards after the injury.
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By Tribune news services | September 20, 2010
ARLINGTON, Texas — Jay Cutler threw three touchdown passes to guide the Bears to a stunning 27-20 victory over the Cowboys on Sunday, the second straight loss for the highly touted hosts. Cutler was 21 of 29 for 277 yards and outdueled Tony Romo (34 of 51, 374 yards, TD), who threw two interceptions. Dallas also lost the ball on a fourth-quarter fumble and fell to 0-2 for the first time in nine years. "Any time you get in this position it's very difficult," Romo said.
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