Dallas Cowboys: Why Jerry Jones Is Responsible for Romo’s Injury

October 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Most Dallas Cowboys fans will remember where they were when Tony Romo was injured. Most Cowboys fans can tell you their reaction to Tony breaking his clavicle and seeing the Cowboys Super Bowl hopes slip away with Romo as he headed to the locker room.
Most ‘Boys fans can also tell you what went wrong with the 2010 Dallas Cowboys and they’ll tell you with conviction: Wade Phillips.
Yes, Wade bears his share of the blame for the Cowboys downfall. There is the ridiculous amount of penalties, the inconsistent play of the defense and their relentless use of Tony Romo’s arm as a means to win every single ballgame since Jason Garrett was hired as offensive coordinator.
But this isn’t Wade’s, Jason’s or Tony’s fault; this all falls on the shoulders of the Dallas Cowboys world-famous owner, Jerry Jones.
Four years ago Wade was hired to replace the departed Bill Parcells as the Cowboys head coach. He was the exact opposite of Bill, ru...

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