Tony Romo read a statement on Tuesday to announce his intentions to sit idly by as Dak Prescott possibly leads the Dallas Cowboys to their first Super Bowl since January 1996.
Romo’s letter is a symbolic gesture of where the league is headed over the next five years. The old guard (Romo, Rodgers, Roethlisberger, Eli, Brees, Carson Palmer, Philly Rivers and yes, even Lord Thomas) are getting bowled over by the new kids on the block. Typically, such a transition is a gory one. This will be no exception. Romo is the first dinosaur to become extinct during the 2016 season.
Romo’s Prescott’s Cowboys are the best team in football through the first 10 weeks of the season. Sadly for Romo, his biggest contribution to the ’16 Cowboys was getting injured. Sad.
In other news, the Steelers are in deep trouble at 4-5; and Seattle’s win at New England certifies them once again as a legitimate NFC threat.
#1 – New England Patriots (AFC East champion, bye)
#2 – Kansas City Chiefs (AFC West champion, bye)
#3 – Houston Texans (AFC South champion)
#4 – Baltimore Ravens (AFC North champion)
#5 – Oakland Raiders (Wild Card)
#6 – Denver Broncos (Wild Card)
#1 – Dallas Cowboys (NFC East champion, bye)
#2 – Seattle Seahawks (NFC West champion, bye)
#3 – Atlanta Falcons (NFC South champion)
#4 – Detroit Lions (NFC North champion)
#5 – New York Giants (Wild Card)
#6 – Washington Redskins (Wild Card)
PROPOSED, FICTIONAL TV SCHEDULE
WILD CARD ROUND:
SATURDAY, JANUARY 7 @ 4:30PM – #6 Washington Redskins at #3 Atlanta Falcons (NBC)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 7 @ 8:00PM – #5 Oakland Raiders at #4 Baltimore Ravens (NBC)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 8 @ 1:00PM – #5 New York Giants at #4 Detroit Lions (FOX)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 8 @ 4:30PM – #6 Denver Bronocos at #3 Houston Texans (CBS)
DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF ROUND:
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14 @ 4:30PM – ATL/DET/NYG at #2 New York Giants (NBC)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14 @ 8PM – BAL/OAK/DEN at #1 New England Patriots (CBS)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 15 @ 1PM – DET/NYG/WAS at #1 Dallas Cowboys (FOX)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 15 @ 4:30PM – HOU/BAL/OAK at #2 Kansas City Chiefs (CBS)
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