The New York Giants just cannot seem to stop talking; Ahmad Bradshaw told NFL Network that the Dallas Cowboys will not win a Super Bowl with Tony Romo as their starting QB.
The Giants got away with all of their trash talk because, well, they were winning. It is hard to keep quiet when you are silencing all your doubters.
“You know what, man, I don’t see it happening,” Bradshaw said. “I don’t think they believe it, and they’re America’s Team. It all comes in together. If the fans don’t believe it, the team doesn’t. They’re kinda doubtful with Romo.”
He couldn’t be more right about some of the Dallas Cowboys fans not believing in Tony Romo. Despite the fact that much of the blame this season falls on other aspects of the team, Romo took the brunt of the blame for a couple bad losses that were his fault.
Living in Texas, I have a ton of friends who are Cowboys fans, and it couldn’t be more down the middle in terms of support for Romo. You either hate him or love him.
It probably didn’t help Bradshaw stay quiet on the matter considering the Giants beat the Cowboys twice in the final month of the season, the last of which was a winner take all for the NFC East title.
When you beat your rivals, you tend to talk about it. I definitely do not blame Bradshaw for saying what he said either, most people would agree with him. It should be interesting the first time these two teams meet in the 2012 regular season.