For the Dallas Cowboys, their biggest nemesis is the month of December. That has held true this season. Tony Romo and the Cowboys are at it again. This team is hexed when it comes to playing football in this month.
The Cowboys looked to be coasting to a victory and were up 26-3 at the half. In a year in which the Cowboys have set records in the worst fashion, they outdid themselves again. It was the first time in franchise history in which they lost a game when up by 21 points or more at the half. Make no mistake: this was the worst collapse in franchise history. This defense let Green Bay Packers backup QB Matt Flynn throw five second-half touchdowns — on the Cowboys’ home turf no less.
The defense is set up to allow the most yards in league history. Monte Kiffin may want to go back to retirement after this season because neither he nor his defensive unit are getting the job done whatsoever.
Romo showed his true colors yet again. This time, he threw two crucial fourth-quarter interceptions. It is simply what he does. He makes mistakes at the most inopportune times to cost his team the game. If it hasn’t changed by now for the veteran quarterback, it never will. His seven interception in the fourth quarter are far and away the most by a quarterback since he entered the league.
The Cowboys are simply a walking disaster. Someone needs to finally put them and their season out of their misery.