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Ahmad Bradshaw takes a shot at Cowboys, Tony Romo

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In the days after his momentum carried him into a Super Bowl-winning touchdown, Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is celebrating by, among other things, making some fun of Tony Romo and the Cowboys.

Bradshaw said he doesn’t see the Cowboys ever winning a Super Bowl as long as Romo is their quarterback, and he said he doesn’t think the Cowboys’ fans believe they can win with Romo either.

You know what, man, I don’t see it happening,” Bradshaw said on NFL Network. “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.”

During several key moments last season Cowboys coach Jason Garrett coached as if he didn’t trust Romo to win the game for him, and Jerry Jones said after the season that Eli Manning was the biggest difference between the Giants and Cowboys. Bradshaw may have a point about the team not believing in Romo.

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  1. cakemixa says: Feb 11, 2012 1:35 PM

    Such humble champions, these Giants are.

  2. fumblenuts says: Feb 11, 2012 1:42 PM

    “If the fans don’t believe it, the team doesn’t. They’re kinda doubtful with Romo.”

    Not a fan of either team, having said that he is absolutely correct on this statement.

  3. melikefootball says: Feb 11, 2012 1:43 PM

    Problem is, Bradshaw may be right . Every year it is the year of the Cowboys, been a long time.

  4. cowboynation9 says: Feb 11, 2012 1:45 PM

    Wow the Giants definitely have won with humility and class lol

  5. thatobnoxiousguy says: Feb 11, 2012 1:46 PM

    They certainly won’t win a Super Bowl with Jason Garrett as head coach. Nor with players like Dez “me first” Bryant

  6. nyyjetsknicks says: Feb 11, 2012 1:49 PM

    They’re only Americas team to people in flyover states.

  7. thatobnoxiousguy says: Feb 11, 2012 1:50 PM

    For those complaining about the Giants not being “humble” or smack talking too much.

    DEAL WITH IT

    The New York Giants won the Super Bowl. The players earned the right to talk smack if they choose. If you don’t like it, cover your ears and scream LALALALALA!

    They are Champions, you are NOT!
    They are champions, your team is NOT!

    And best of all…………..the Patriots are NOT!

  8. neagle64 says: Feb 11, 2012 1:52 PM

    I cannot stand the Cowboys but Bradshaw’s comments are pretty classless. I can’t stand the Giants either but I respected the playoff run they made and subsequent Super Bowl victory, however several of the recent comments made by various Giants players have taken some of that respect away.

  9. jenniferxxx says: Feb 11, 2012 1:54 PM

    Why do they have to talk? Brandon … tell him … stay cute and shut up.

  10. 4thqtrsaint says: Feb 11, 2012 1:55 PM

    Never trust a QB that wears his hat backwards on the sideline… Also, instead of getting golfing tips from Tiger Woods, why doesn’t he get quarterbacking tips from a real pro. There’s the biggest problem with Romo.

    Btw, I have never liked the Cowboys, but if I were running that team, I would have drafted a QB 2-3 years ago to develop. Last year they could have had Ryan Mallet cheaply. This franchise has no plan in place after JJ finally gives up on the white Aaron Brooks.

  11. jasonmbell says: Feb 11, 2012 1:55 PM

    Tony Romo is a class act that will get his chance to bring a Superbowl to Dallas. In due time my friends.

  12. marionbarber24isgod says: Feb 11, 2012 1:56 PM

    Winning is a team effort. Romo has constantly ranked top 5 statistically year after year, and he’s also ranked #2 all-time in passer rating among every single quarterback that has ever played the game. Out of all quarterbacks that played all 16 games this season, Romo ranked just behind Aaron Rodgers with only 10 interceptions, not sure why people thinks he throws interceptions left and right. From a Cowboys fan: yes I trust him and believe that he can take us to a Superbowl. We certainly need to upgrade our secondary and find a way to stay healthy as a team. I think Ahmad Bradshaw is more worried that young DeMarco Murray will instantly be a better running back them him next season.

  13. bearsstillsuck says: Feb 11, 2012 1:56 PM

    I hate the giants and cowboys, but it’s nice to see some rivalry between teams again.

  14. randygnyc says: Feb 11, 2012 2:00 PM

    Even though it might not be advisable to poke the hornets nest, the giants have earned the right to Lord over the league until next February’s super bowl. Anyway, I’m fairly certain that Bradshaw’s comments regarding Romo are correct.

  15. TheWizard says: Feb 11, 2012 2:00 PM

    These guys are a piece of work. Champions indeed.

  16. berniemadoffsides says: Feb 11, 2012 2:01 PM

    Jacobs put it best: “I respect Philly, but I HATE Dallas.”

  17. jamkarat says: Feb 11, 2012 2:07 PM

    Not a fan of Giants or Cowboys-[dispirited Skin nut]-But the truth is the truth and no wishin’ or hopin’ will change the fact that Romo is not an elite QB-he struggles at times to be average. The Boys will never go to the Bowl with him,regardless of other personnel changes.

  18. istuppingyourwhiteewe says: Feb 11, 2012 2:09 PM

    Let them talk all the smack they want. I for one love it because it makes their inevitable fall from grace all the more sweeter for the other 31 teams and their fans!!

  19. amishcowboy says: Feb 11, 2012 2:10 PM

    Is their a team in sports that run their mouths more then the NYG’s?, Jacobs, Tuck, Osi, etc, Just remember you won’t be on top forever and what goes around comes around. It wasn’t that long ago Giant fans said Eli wouldn’t ever win a SB.

  20. gorilladunk says: Feb 11, 2012 2:23 PM

    Between Tisch’s comments at the parade and this from Bradshaw prove again that, in the end, it’s all about the Cowboys. Deal with it!

  21. zaggs says: Feb 11, 2012 2:27 PM

    I remember the good ol days when football “experts” used to say Romo was a better quarter back than Eli.
    For all those complaining about the “talking” the Giants are doing. Realize A) There were alot of doubters for them to get back at and B) alot of times (like this one) they’re answering questions. Bradshaw was asked if the Coboys would win with Tony Romo.

  22. wickerphil says: Feb 11, 2012 2:29 PM

    amishcowboy:

    “It wasn’t that long ago Giant fans said Eli wouldn’t ever win a SB.”

    Yeah, but that was FIVE YEARS AGO. Eli Manning has since won 2. Manning and Romo are both the same age, and Romo has yet to win his first Super Bowl.

    As a matter of fact, Tony Romo is only 1-3 in the playoffs. And that 1 victory was due to playing an injured, bad Eagles team that quit.

  23. gcsuk says: Feb 11, 2012 2:32 PM

    berniemadoffsides says: Feb 11, 2012 2:01 PM

    Jacobs put it best: “I respect Philly, but I HATE Dallas.”
    ——————————————————————–

    Sorry, but I’ve got to flop those teams. I can respect Dallas (at least some players, like Ware and Witten), But I HATE Philly!

  24. wickerphil says: Feb 11, 2012 2:33 PM

    jennifer:

    Football players have the right to criticize other football players. Models have no such right. Mrs. Tom Brady (actually Brady is more like Mr. Gisele Bundchen) may think that because she is rich (richer than Tom!) and famous that she should have the right to bash NFL players that are one hit away from never playing another down – or even from being in a wheelchair like Mike Utley and Eric LeGrand – but in reality she doesn’t know anything more about football than any other spouse of a player, and should act accordingly.

  25. gcsuk says: Feb 11, 2012 2:35 PM

    It’s kind of funny that Giants fans realize that the one absolutely irreplaceable piece on this Giants team is Eli. Just about any other player can be replaced (at least temporarily), and the rest of the team can function pretty much the same. You take Eli away, this team is toast. And who is the one guy on this team who is the most humble and the quietest guy in the off-season?

  26. db105 says: Feb 11, 2012 2:37 PM

    This coming from a guy on a team that barely made the playoffs?

  27. nygf says: Feb 11, 2012 2:37 PM

    Let me get this straight: Eagles/their fans were talking all summer like they had the damn thing won before the year started, the Jets/their fans were talking the last couple years as if they had won the previous two when they hadn’t…all largely at the expense of the now SB Champ New York Giants. So they’re not allowed to talk a little trash after they’ve actually accomplished something? People are gonna talk about humility problems with the world champions in a league that celebrates and encourages those who talk before they’ve even won anything? OK, I’ll remember that going forward.

  28. wickerphil says: Feb 11, 2012 2:38 PM

    You folks are unbelievable. It is amazing. The regular guy on the street can say “Ms. Tom Brady shut up” or can call Tony Romo out on his failures, but when one of “those people” do it, you get furious. How many of you were this angry when it was Rush Limbaugh bashing Donovan McNabb? Unlike Bradshaw and Jacobs, Limbaugh has never played a down of football at any level, and before getting that ESPN job, his sports media credentials consist entirely of doing baseball games for some local radio station. And McNabb had a much better career than Romo will ever have … imagine if McNabb had those WRs and RBs instead of Todd Pinkston, Freddie Mitchell, Charles Johnson, etc.

    So … SOME PEOPLE get to rip SOME PLAYERS with impunity, while OTHER PEOPLE need to keep their mouths shut. Unbelievable …

  29. msclemons67 says: Feb 11, 2012 2:42 PM

    Stay classy New Jersey

  30. solomon151 says: Feb 11, 2012 2:43 PM

    Romo career passer rating of 94% Eli 82%. Please!!!!!

  31. illinininer says: Feb 11, 2012 2:55 PM

    Nobody believed Eli Manning could win a Super Bowl until he did.

  32. wickerphil says: Feb 11, 2012 3:02 PM

    solomon151:

    Romo career playoff record: 1-3. Eli: 8-1. Please!!!!

    Oh yeah, and Eli had the good sense by not turning his personal life into a sideshow by dating – and pretending to be engaged to – Jessica Simpson.

    Amazing that folks are so thin-skinned these days. Not so long ago, NFL players used to REALLY go after each other.

  33. rahavort says: Feb 11, 2012 3:03 PM

    Goddamn I hate all of the Giants now, they win the biggest game and still can’t figure out how to SHUT UP!!

  34. bospat says: Feb 11, 2012 3:03 PM

    The way it’s going America will hate the Giants as much as Pats fans do..punks…

  35. eaglesnoles05 says: Feb 11, 2012 3:03 PM

    I don’t see 9-7 teams winning the superbowl either, but they do.

    That said, I agree with Bradshaw about Romo, but these Giants are just… well… a$$bags, frankly.

  36. jerseytap says: Feb 11, 2012 3:03 PM

    Took a shot???!! incredible. Stand up guy saying exactly what’s on his mind, which is pretty spot on. Never mind that he praised the Redskins in the video… no can’t headline with that, wouldn’t prompt all these comments.

  37. jagsfan1 says: Feb 11, 2012 3:04 PM

    He’s probably right…although most teams will NOT win SB’s with their QB because it is SO HARD to win one….

    That being said :

    Brady – Post Giselle, cutie pie baby goat holding GQ photo shoots, Pony Tail and Luggs Dancing in Rio…..2 SB Losses

    Mark Sanchez – Numerous cutie pie GQ Shoots – going nowhere and going backwards FAST

    Romo – Jessica Simpson, American Idol Chick, Mexico trips before big games, Tiger Golf Partner, Hollywood wanna be – can barely even make the playoffs

    Eli? – Good ‘ol “aw shucks” work hard and probably goes to bed early?

    2 SUPER BOWL WINS

    Just sayin….

  38. nygf says: Feb 11, 2012 3:06 PM

    The defense of Romo is based solely on his stats. I think that’s foolish. His 4 TDs vs. a Bucs team that quit was impressive. Two TDs in the following must win, division games…not so much. Further, he had a good first game against the Giants, and one incompletion doesn’t look awful on the stat sheet. However, the Cowboys had an opportunity to put the Giants away in the first game when they were mounting a comeback and likely end their entire season but Romo overthrew Austin on a critical third down. Week 17, with the Cowboys mounting a comeback, Eli completes a long pass to Cruz to put the Cowboys away and end their season. Romo’s stats: All sizzle, no steak.

  39. holleywood9 says: Feb 11, 2012 3:08 PM

    A. Not a percentage.
    B. what’s romos playoff “percentage”

  40. buffalomafia says: Feb 11, 2012 3:09 PM

    I hate Dallas and the Giants don’t play in New York. They play in New Jersey! So why aren’t they the New Jersey Giants?

  41. dumdumdidday says: Feb 11, 2012 3:27 PM

    Ugh, this is why I cannot stand when NY teams (really NJ in this case) win anything, they cannot keep their mouths shut. When other teams win, New Orleans, GB, the Steelers, Indy, etc they show class, not these clowns.

  42. situsavaisprier says: Feb 11, 2012 3:45 PM

    Actually this isn’t a shot. I ask everyone to pleaser re-read Bradshaw’s quote. “If the fans don’t believe it, the team doesn’t. They’re kinda doubtful with Romo.”” He said that quote right after he mentioned the fans beliefs on Romo. He is saying that the fans and the team are kinda doubtful with Romo. I know what it looks like, but if he feels the team if doubtful with Romo, why not just mention that instead of bringing up the fans and the teams beliefs?

  43. siaaa says: Feb 11, 2012 3:48 PM

    the only reason a QB passes for 5k yards is because theres no running game, yet the two biggest mouths on that team are bradshaw & Jacobs. the 2 mouths need to realize that they had nothing to do with the giants winning the SB this year. it could have been any other 2 backs in the NFL and they still would have won.

  44. situsavaisprier says: Feb 11, 2012 3:48 PM

    Also, doesn’t anyone realize that people look for Giants’ players quotes a lot more than other teams? Another thing, I still am waiting for someone to point to me exactly how are/were the Giants talking trash? Can anyone give me at least 5 examples?

  45. texaswriter2011 says: Feb 11, 2012 3:50 PM

    The Cowboys “team” can’t look up to anyone as a leader as long as Jerry is always undermining anyone who gets any publicity. Jerry’s the problem. He hasn’t had any real success since he quit listening to Jimmy Johnson (it was Jimmy’s team that won with Barry Switzer).

  46. patsandsox says: Feb 11, 2012 3:51 PM

    Giants just won the superbowl so if they cant talk now when can they? Congratulations to the Giants and their fans on another great post season run! I was very impressed.

    Romo has very good stats I will give him that, very impressive he should be proud of them. Its his decision making under pressure in the big games that seems to be the issue. Can he win the big game? Who really knows until he gets there.

    I am not convinced in Romo’s greatness or in their coaches. It seems Jerry Jones just wants yes men to run his team and I think that will cost him in the end.

    With a very good coach and surrounded with good players Romo might win the big game. Right now those conditions dont seem to be there.

  47. randomguy9999 says: Feb 11, 2012 3:54 PM

    what I know is Bradshaw:

    - was 23rd in the nfl in rushing at 659 and the Giants were last in rushing yards and yards per attempt

    - luckily for the Giants, they went all the way in spite of him and his 3rd string effort

    - he ignored the play, his coach, his QB and came within a breath of losing the SB with the worst screwup in SB history on that TD… even Brady haters know it was a monster risk giving him the ball with a minute and 1 timeout left….

    so after that BS where he took the TD anyway… . he’s got the complete lack of sense to talk trash about the guy with the #2 QB career rating in NFL history?

  48. bigbluebruiser says: Feb 11, 2012 4:00 PM

    Is Bradshaw really wrong? I haven’t seen anything from Romo that would make me think otherwise.

  49. situsavaisprier says: Feb 11, 2012 4:00 PM

    LOL at people asking why the Giants are called the NY Giants. I wonder if you guys ever wondered why it’s the Washington Redskins when they play in Landover Maryland.

  50. hollywoodeggers says: Feb 11, 2012 4:10 PM

    cowboys fan here. i’ll first start off with eli has nothing without that defensive line. same thing in 07. eli has nothing without his team getting hot at the right time. that being said, i do believe eli is a better qb than romo. eli makes some pretty amazing throws that i don’t believe i’ve ever seen or will see romo ever make. so, i’m not knocking eli, but that team doesn’t win solely because eli plays for them. i do think another qb could win with that team. even romo.

    and i do believe in romo. i believe he is good enough to win it all as a qb. but not with the current cowboys. not with that defense. not with who’s calling the plays.

    i sure hope they go defense heavy in this draft. hell maybe even trade next years #1 for one this year. they’re about a corner, a safety, and a pass rusher away from winning one. however the window is damn near closed and holding on by a thread.

  51. nfl fan says: Feb 11, 2012 4:17 PM

    Relax, just a little NFC East bashing. Both teams have something to play for, which is more than a few NFL teams can say.

  52. jimeejohnson says: Feb 11, 2012 4:29 PM

    Blogging doesn’t win championships. Ask fans in Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Boston, Green Bay, San Francisco (my team), Houston and Denver. They’ll tell you!
    Almost left out New Orleans and Atlanta. Still, fans in those cities got to watch their teams in the playoffs, unlike those in Philly, Seattle, and Dallas among others. New England is ashamed that they cannot beat the NY Metro Giants, but should not be. Getting to the Super Bowl is a huge accomplishment. The Buffalo Bills and every other team wish they could have the chance to win one. The Giants beat the best to become champions. They earned their title, and will certainly be among those in the race next season.

  53. ceschatz says: Feb 11, 2012 4:37 PM

    If you rejects actually think Romo is the problem with cowboys, then you know absolutely nothing about football.

  54. redbeardxxv says: Feb 11, 2012 4:37 PM

    solomon151 says:
    Feb 11, 2012 2:43 PM
    Romo career passer rating of 94% Eli 82%. Please!!!!!
    ——————————————-
    Eli Manning, 2 rings, and 2 SB MVPs Please!!!!!

    Anyway, back on the subject, I don’t think Bradshaw was talking smack… I think it’s an honest assessment. I don’t know any Cowboys fans that think Romo will EVER win the big game. He has choked EVERY TIME the pressure has been on, and has only ever won 1 postseason game. Why should we believe that as he ages he will improve?

  55. bobbyhoying says: Feb 11, 2012 4:37 PM

    When are the Giants going to beat the Eagles in New Jersey?

  56. elifan4life says: Feb 11, 2012 4:40 PM

    He was asked a question and he answered it, let’s not forget he plays Dallas twice a year so he answered the question based on what he sees, I don’t get the sensitivity here. How quickly we all forgot when Jerry Jones put 2 tickets for the NFC Championship game on all the Dallas players locker in 07 assuming they were going to beat the Giants , Players don’t forget stuff like that……

  57. wolfepup says: Feb 11, 2012 4:43 PM

    The Dallas Cowboys and Texas don’t care what anybody from NY or Philly think. They have more Super Bowl wins, more money, better looking women and less taxes. Have the Eagles ever even won a Super Bowl? No, didn’t think so. Oh, and the Cowboy’s don’t share a stadium either. They just have the biggest and the best. That’s Texas for ya, stupid liberals.

  58. mschurm1 says: Feb 11, 2012 4:46 PM

    dumdumdidday:

    Ugh, this is why I cannot stand when NY teams (really NJ in this case) win anything, they cannot keep their mouths shut. When other teams win, New Orleans, GB, the Steelers, Indy, etc they show class, not these clowns.

    ——–
    Yeah, the Giants don’t have classy players like Santonio Holmes and Ben Roethlisberger, right? Get over yourself bro, you don’t know the 50+ players on these teams. It’s pretty likely that all teams have guys who are classy and guys who are not.

  59. mschurm1 says: Feb 11, 2012 4:52 PM

    hollywoodeggers:

    cowboys fan here. i’ll first start off with eli has nothing without that defensive line. same thing in 07….

    ——–
    You could say this about any QB. Would Aikman have won without Irvin, Emmit, Deion, Charles Haley, and on and on? Terry Bradshaw had a team of HOFers. Yet Eli won with a team that was last in the NFL in rushing, a mediocre OL, and a defense that struggled greatly most of the year. Eli brought them back game after game. You have it reversed – this team would be nowhere without Eli.

  60. mschurm1 says: Feb 11, 2012 5:04 PM

    istuppingyourwhiteewe:
    Let them talk all the smack they want. I for one love it because it makes their inevitable fall from grace all the more sweeter for the other 31 teams and their fans!!

    ———-
    Whatever gets you through the day, guy. I read similar comments about how some comments Rolle or Canty or somebody made would make it sweeter when they lost to Dallas, then Atlanta, then GB, then SF, then the Pats. They never got to enjoy that sweetness, but there’s always next year, right?

  61. jerseyshoregiant says: Feb 11, 2012 5:21 PM

    bearsstillsuck says:Feb 11, 2012 1:56 PM

    I hate the giants and cowboys, but it’s nice to see some rivalry between teams again.
    ——————————————-
    The rivalry was never lost between any of the teams in the NFC east. Every team really dislikes the other teams.

  62. jerseyshoregiant says: Feb 11, 2012 5:27 PM

    wolfepup says:Feb 11, 2012 4:43 PM

    The Dallas Cowboys and Texas don’t care what anybody from NY or Philly think. They have more Super Bowl wins, more money, better looking women and less taxes. Have the Eagles ever even won a Super Bowl? No, didn’t think so. Oh, and the Cowboy’s don’t share a stadium either. They just have the biggest and the best. That’s Texas for ya, stupid liberals.
    ————————————————-
    Eli owns Texas stadium!!!

  63. damnyankee13 says: Feb 11, 2012 5:32 PM

    hey Solomon151=
    eli-2SB wins
    pretty boy[romo] 0 SB wins

    Eli-2 SB mvps
    pretty boy- 0 mvps
    please come back to the podium when the cowpies make the SB under pretty boy’
    please

  64. hedleykow says: Feb 11, 2012 5:46 PM

    Bradshaw is money. He and/or any of the Giants can say whatever they want, as far as I am concerned.

    Ka-ching is king.

  65. jhmiller23 says: Feb 11, 2012 5:47 PM

    They can say whatever they want they backed it up

  66. payan02 says: Feb 11, 2012 5:54 PM

    Romo is not the issue he is 2nd all time qbr for a reason if he wasn’t good Jerry would have gotten rid of him a long time ago. The issue is the Dallas Cowboys head coach he blew 3 games with bad coaching this past season and Dallas secondary was horrible. Tony Romo out performed Eli on their fist game this season but the giants defense out performed Dallas 2nd game Romos hand was swollen and still had a decent game. Romo is one of the best qbs Dallas has ever had and has lots of QB records to prove that.

  67. wickerphil says: Feb 11, 2012 6:01 PM

    dumdumdidday:

    Ugh, this is why I cannot stand when NY teams (really NJ in this case) win anything, they cannot keep their mouths shut. When other teams win, New Orleans, GB, the Steelers, Indy, etc they show class, not these clowns.

    ——–

    Dude, you’re delusional. The Steelers are the mouthiest team in the NFL, and they talk whether they win or lose. Lots of guys from Green Bay run their mouth, including the QB (whether Rodgers or Favre). And if you want to hear a bunch of guys dissastisfied with their contract or role, that’s the Saints, including Drew Brees (plus were the Saints “classy” when Reggie “Mr. Kim Kardashian” Bush was taking money for refusing to run between the tackles and avoiding hits all those years, not to mention evading the NCAA over his getting paid while at USC)? And as for the Colts … I recall a certain Peyton Manning doing PLENTY of trash talking to the NFL owners WHILE BEING ONE OF THE LEADERS OF THE NFLPA DURING THE LOCKOUT.

    So … talk about hearing what you want to hear …

  68. blu4l1fe says: Feb 11, 2012 6:05 PM

    Giants fans, the haters here are right. We will not hear Cowboys, Eagles, and Redskins players/fans talk smack after winning any playoff game or even the Super Bowl because they themselves know it as much as we do, they won’t be winning any of those anytime soon.

    You haters ever wonder why, of all topics, Bradshaw decides to give his seemingly harmless opinion of the Cowboys? I don’t know, maybe some one like let’s say the reporter asked him what he thought?

    He and his teammates just won the Super Bowl, I would think the Cowboys or any of the other teams would be the last thing on his mind.

    Think about that while you keep hating!

  69. pixelito says: Feb 11, 2012 6:05 PM

    The Giants beat the Cowboys every year, talk about them, then beat them the next year.

    It’s kinda funny.

  70. steelerfan77 says: Feb 11, 2012 6:11 PM

    marionbarber24isgod says:

    Winning is a team effort. Romo has constantly ranked top 5 statistically year after year, and he’s also ranked #2 all-time in passer rating among every single quarterback that has ever played the game. Out of all quarterbacks that played all 16 games this season, Romo ranked just behind Aaron Rodgers with only 10 interceptions, not sure why people thinks he throws interceptions left and right. From a Cowboys fan: yes I trust him and believe that he can take us to a Superbowl. We certainly need to upgrade our secondary and find a way to stay healthy as a team. I think Ahmad Bradshaw is more worried that young DeMarco Murray will instantly be a better running back them him next season.

    Really? I live in Dallas and have to hear about statistics all the time in defense of a QB who could care less about winning a Superbowl…Remember this statement “if this is the worst thing that happens to me, I will be just fine”, this was a comment made by your statistically wonderful QB after a humiliating loss to the Eagles.

    The Cowgirls are NOT America’s team…at all!!

  71. wickerphil says: Feb 11, 2012 6:13 PM

    wolfepup says:

    “The Dallas Cowboys and Texas don’t care what anybody from NY or Philly think. They have more Super Bowl wins, more money, better looking women and less taxes. Have the Eagles ever even won a Super Bowl? No, didn’t think so. Oh, and the Cowboy’s don’t share a stadium either. They just have the biggest and the best. That’s Texas for ya, stupid liberals.”

    Yeah, great job lumping Philadelphia – who has absolutely nothing to do with this story – into this. Second, Dallas women are no better looking than New York women, plus New York has many more of them. The Cowboys have 5 Super Bowl wins, the Giants 4. Except that the Cowboys haven’t won a Super Bowl since 1995, and they have won ONE playoff game since then. That is right: TWO PLAYOFF VICTORY IN SEVENTEEN YEARS, WITH ONE OF THOSE IN 1996! By contrast, the Giants have had 3 Super Bowl appearances since 2000, and 2 wins since 2007. And the core of the team (Manning, the WRs, the DL, the OL, the DBs) will still be in place for 3-4 more years to compete for even more. And bragging about having a better stadium: what are you an SEC fan? Oh wait, the SEC wins titles … a Big 12 fan? As far as politics go, both New York and Texas politicians are liberal. The only difference is that the New York politicians are HONEST about it. New York produces tax and spend politicians like the Cuomos, Texas produces tax cut and spend politicians like the Bushes (and Rick Perry). New York: big government (and Wall Street). Texas: big government, big corporation INCLUDING big oil. Pick one, pick the other, I say NONE OF THE ABOVE. Except that New York clearly has better pro football. Even the Jets are better than the Cowboys this decade, and don’t get me started on the Oilers/Texans.

  72. dspohn55 says: Feb 11, 2012 6:17 PM

    Pot calling the kettle black.. This guy fumbled in the Bowl and got lucky and fumbled in San Fran and got lucky

  73. wickerphil says: Feb 11, 2012 6:17 PM

    P.S.

    The Ahmad Bradshaw haters are ignoring that the guy played down the stretch AND the playoffs ON A BROKEN FOOT. I wonder if it was the broken foot that Bradshaw ATTEMPTED to plant on when he fell into the end zone? Hmmm …

    Yet Bradshaw never talked about his injury, or blamed it for his lack of production. Imagine that …

    So, “journalists”, Rush Limbaugh and “ladies” who undress for money – excuse me, models – can say whatever they want about football players. But football players are supposed to just shut up and play. Unless player in question is Peyton Manning (who once called his field goal kicker Mike Vanderjagt an idiot and a drunk … anyone remember that?). And Tim Tebow. Is that how it works?

  74. wherezwaldo says: Feb 11, 2012 6:41 PM

    Stay Classy, NYG.

  75. ajg314 says: Feb 11, 2012 6:49 PM

    Not a hater, but just wondering about all of the Rex and Jets haters, especially Giants fans, who blasted Rex for shooting off his mouth, yet don’t seem to have a problem with Jacobs, Bradshaw, Tisch, etc., mouthing off.

  76. siaaa says: Feb 11, 2012 6:51 PM

    wickerphil says:Feb 11, 2012 6:17 PM

    P.S.

    The Ahmad Bradshaw haters are ignoring that the guy played down the stretch AND the playoffs ON A BROKEN FOOT. I wonder if it was the broken foot that Bradshaw ATTEMPTED to plant on when he fell into the end zone? Hmmm …

    Yet Bradshaw never talked about his injury, or blamed it for his lack of production
    ———————————————————
    thats BS. no one can play that position on a broken foot. you cant even stand on a broken foot. dont believe it unless you see the xrays.
    theyre trying to make a hero out of an avg nfl back. he had nothing to do with the win but had everything to do with them almost losing it with his fumble.

  77. bradymancrush10 says: Feb 11, 2012 7:01 PM

    Wow! Lombardi’s Packers never did it…
    Noll’s Steelers never did it…
    Walsh’s Niners never did it….
    Jimmy Johnsons’s Cowboys never did it to their opponents after the fact…
    Belichick’s Patriots never talked as much as the Giants are doing now, from ownership on down…
    NYC is really a filthy place after all…Gotta be something in the water, just ask Rex

    Stay Classy New York!!!

  78. wolfepup says: Feb 11, 2012 7:03 PM

    wickerphil

    Eagles were mentioned (idiot), as a superior team to Dallas. New York sucks. That’s why anybody with any sense is moving out. Check your sports history moron. Have the Giants ever gone 20 years without a losing season. Nope. Eli and the coach are classy people, the rest of you suck.

  79. mnlittle says: Feb 11, 2012 7:14 PM

    Bradshaw is just trying to cover up the tarnish on the Superbowl trophy from the help the officials gave them to start the game. A safety? Come on man!

  80. bigsexy2288 says: Feb 11, 2012 7:34 PM

    Okay, Eli drafted 1st over all, Romo undrafted, I don’t get what all the hype and hoopla is all about damn give the man some credit he is a top quarter back in the league but yet he was signed off the street. The man also doesn’t play defense and there was plenty of things this year where he put his team in a position to win and either the defense or or his deer in a head light looking head coach screwed things up. Eli better have won two rings and before all is said and done Romo will have one. This coming from a boys fan since 76 the year I was born. I hope this gives the Boys fire to want to win this season!

  81. steelpalace1 says: Feb 11, 2012 7:35 PM

    Hey Ahmad want to know whats funny. Tony Romo will still be in the NFL long after you are gone . You are nothing but a want to be running back.

  82. nygiants40 says: Feb 11, 2012 7:55 PM

    Luv Cowboy fans commenting about how they feel the Giants are not showing class in their estimation. It is terrific that the same people that were starry-eyed about the likes of Michael “The Bail-Maker” Irvin and Nate Newton (convicted felon) are now upset that their team had won 1 playoff game in 16 years……waaaa-waaa! How ’bout them Cowboys!

  83. steelerhypocrite says: Feb 11, 2012 7:55 PM

    Since when has NY had class? Their sports teams are in a lower class than the human debris that live there…

  84. gcsuk says: Feb 11, 2012 7:58 PM

    bobbyhoying says:
    Feb 11, 2012 4:37 PM
    When are the Giants going to beat the Eagles in New Jersey?
    ———————————————————

    Before the Eagles win a Super Bowl, I’ll bet.

    It HAS been a while (2007 season – Week 4 – Giants over Eagles 16-3), but how long has it been since the Eagles won the Bowl?

    Since…ummm…FOREVER.

  85. spharrgcs says: Feb 11, 2012 8:06 PM

    Idiot. Between this guy, Jacobs saying horribly stupid things about Giselle, and Cruz doing everything from screaming for a new contract to trying to get a book deal, the Giants are handling success about as well as Vanilla Ice.

    Cowboys fans are fine with Romo. It’s all of the other intangibles that have fans concerned like basic clock management issues by a rookie head coach and a WWE wannabe overhyped defensive coordinator.

    We really hope the Giants enjoy this moment (clearly they are). It’s all cyclical. Cowboys fans know all too well what it’s like on the downside of the Super Bowl arc.

  86. gcsuk says: Feb 11, 2012 8:18 PM

    bigsexy2288 says:
    Feb 11, 2012 7:34 PM
    This coming from a boys fan since 76 the year I was born.
    ——————————————————–

    I’m sorry, but I’m having a hard time believing that you were a Cowboys fan SINCE YOU WERE BORN. I am betting that you didn’t even know what TV (or football) was when you were an infant. Just a guess.

  87. kbuck89 says: Feb 11, 2012 8:24 PM

    Hey Bradshaw how about you worry about Your quarterback next season. I don’t think you realize that every time Eli had a season where everyone thought this was him finally coming into his own a horrible season followed. Perfect example 2008 and 2009 seasons were two good seasons. Then came along 2010 and he went back to typical Eli. 31tds and 30 turnovers.

    The truth of the matter is.. Eli Manning has never had a better regular season than Tony Romo in his career besides 2010 when he got hurt. It was always his defense that got him through the regular and post season. This was only Eli Manning’s second time breaking a 90 quarterback rating in his whole career. Tony Romo never fell short of 90 since he became the starter. He’s also never had more than 20ints.. Eli broke it twice.

  88. theservice10 says: Feb 11, 2012 8:26 PM

    Do the Giants require all their running backs to be complete jackasses? Guess what! They probably still would have wont the super bowl without you!

  89. mikehockhurtz says: Feb 11, 2012 8:27 PM

    As a Cowboys fan who was pulling for the Giants because one of my best football watching buds is a Giants fan…

    That is pretty classless…

    When a winner takes shots at losers, he make himself look like a sore winner.

    That’s no better than a sore loser.

  90. db105 says: Feb 11, 2012 8:40 PM

    I’m waiting for one these clowns to talk smack about the lowly Redskins that they lost to convincingly twice during the season.

  91. lookatthefarside says: Feb 11, 2012 9:15 PM

    The L.A. Rams are america’s team.

  92. TxGrown says: Feb 11, 2012 9:16 PM

    A Cowboys fan here…he’s right.

  93. wickerphil says: Feb 11, 2012 9:27 PM

    siaaa:

    Whether you wish to believe it or not, Bradshaw broke a bone in his foot in early November and played on it the rest of the season.

    http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/11/giants_running_back_ahmad_brad_1.html

    http://espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/story/_/id/7538726/2012-super-bowl-new-york-giants-ahmad-bradshaw-misses-practice-friday-expected-play

    wolfepup:

    Funny, I am able to discourse without name-calling. Yeah, 20 years without a losing season. That’s meaningful. This isn’t college, fellow. In professional football, TITLES are all that count. And your Cowboys haven’t won one since Barry Switzer was coaching.

    P.S. I am not even a Giants fan. I am just objecting to the nonsense idea that a woman who takes off her clothes for a living – excuse me, a model – can bash football players, talk radio show hosts with no background in sports or media can bash football players, but ACTUAL FOOTBALL PLAYERS have to keep their mouth shut. If Rush Limbaugh can call out Donovan McNabb, Ahmad Bradshaw can call out Tony Romo. If Gisele Bundchen can blame the Patriots’ wideouts (instead of her husband for that ridiculous safety and making a ton of bad throws) then Jacobs can call HER out. Why is it that CERTAIN PEOPLE get to say all they want, and OTHER PEOPLE have to be silent unless they are spoken to? Tell me why SOME PEOPLE get those privileges and others don’t? And it isn’t because they are players, because none of you got upset when Peyton Manning called HIS TEAMMATE a drunk idiot. Oh yeah … Manning got $26 million for not paying a dime last year, folks are furious that the Colts are even considering cutting him loose instead of paying him the $35 million that he is owed this year, AND YET YOU GET UPSET AT AN ALL-PRO WR WANTING MORE THAN $490,000 NEXT YEAR!

    Again, folks who actually play the game should be quiet (unless they are “special”) while folks who have never played any sport EVER get to rip them (even when what they say isn’t true). And some folks deserve as much money as they can get (because they are “special”) but others need to shut up and play because they’re overpaid already. Is that how it works? Just make your little list of who gets to be able to talk and who doesn’t, and who gets to ask for more money and who doesn’t, and get back to me.

    P.S. If you are a Cowboys fan, the criminals that Jimmy Johnson and Jerry Jones assembled in Dallas in the 90s were MUCH MORE EMBARRASSING TO THE NFL AND YOUR CITY than Brandon Jacobs’ telling a woman whose only contribution to society is parading around in her underwear to shut up about football, and Ahmad Bradshaw telling Romo to do more with all that talent that he has around him than pile up meaningless regular season stats and “date” moderately talented celebrities.

  94. award9 says: Feb 11, 2012 9:37 PM

    Are cowboy fans really talking about the giants not being humble, because Michael irvin, Nate newton and those guys always were right?

  95. hushbrother says: Feb 11, 2012 10:01 PM

    Tony Romo’s part of the problem in Dallas, but the much bigger problem is the man who owns the team. He is the man who will keep the Cowboys from ever winning anything as long as he’s around.

  96. lostal21 says: Feb 11, 2012 10:29 PM

    Lets get this straight so everyone understands – as long as Jerry Jones (Al Davis Jr.) is the GM of the Cowboys, they will never again win anything no matter who is coaching or playing. While he is a great marketeer – the best in the Southwest – my oldest boy knows more about football than he ever did. Sorry – rant on the Cowboy players and Coaches all you want, but it all starts with the GM. Just ask any of the Dallas Media over a drink. They will tell you the same. Mark Cuban, for all his faults, is a MUCH better owner than Mr. Jones will ever be. Just watch and see…I will be dead before the Cowboys ever win anything again!

  97. ampatsisahypocrite says: Feb 11, 2012 10:29 PM

    Hey, it’s no different than Woodley predicting the Ravens wouldn’t go to the Bowl, and of course being right. Romo is to Dallas what Flacco is to Baltimore.

  98. gslavens says: Feb 11, 2012 10:29 PM

    Tony Romo is not an elite NFL quarterback and I feel like Jason Garrett is not the answer as head coach. The Cowboys need to take a look at the whole team including upper management all the way down to the practice squads. I have and always will be a cowboy supporter but it is hard to see an average team at best on the field each Sunday. Hopefully we will make some improvements in the off season and next season will be a stepping stone to a better future.

  99. hollywoodeggers says: Feb 11, 2012 10:34 PM

    mschurm1 says:
    You could say this about any QB. Would Aikman have won without Irvin, Emmit, Deion, Charles Haley, and on and on? Terry Bradshaw had a team of HOFers. Yet Eli won with a team that was last in the NFL in rushing, a mediocre OL, and a defense that struggled greatly most of the year. Eli brought them back game after game. You have it reversed – this team would be nowhere without Eli.
    _______

    you left out the “hot at the right time” part. and you’re right, it is a team sport. aikman did win 2 without deion, and haley wasn’t exactly the sack master with dallas. dallas did definitely have some great defenses those championship years. and yes, he definitely did benefit from some good olines and a great rb and receivers. but thats besides my point. you’re telling me that eli did this all himself, eh? those rediculous catches that cruz, manningham, and nicks aren’t good to great receivers? certainly better than what dallas is throwing out there. and sure, the gmen might have had the last ranked rush offense, but i’m willing to bet over the second half they weren’t ranked close to that. the fact of the matter is their defense stepped up when it came time on both occasions. that and more often than not the ball does bounce their way (ie the ball bouncing off of witten’s foot for an int so long ago, or not losing a single one of those fumbles in the super bowl). don’t get me wrong, as i said eli is a pretty damn good qb. and yes obviously he has a hell of a lot to do with the outcome of games. but my opinion stands that its more about their defense than just him. hell, they were 7-7 staring down the barrel. obviously they reacted better that way than this years version of the cowboys.

    the giants deserve to be champions, and because of that they can say whatever they want. however, its ahmad’s opinion and not everyone has to agree with it. i certainly hope he’s wrong. but we’ll see.

  100. zackscottcc says: Feb 11, 2012 10:40 PM

    The funny fact of the matter is that Romo’s stats blow Eli manning away since 2007. 64.4% vs. 60.5%, 7.95 YPA vs. 7.38 YPA; 5.76 TD % vs. 4.95 TD %; 2.62 INT % vs. 3.21 INT %; 97.19 QB rating vs. 86.4 QB rating. What more can Romo do? You give him a defense like the Giants have and Romo would have at least 3 super bowl rings, but it is what it is and Eli Manning has two super bowl rings and owes Tuck, Osi, and that defense both of those and his MVPs.

  101. binarybulge says: Feb 11, 2012 10:50 PM

    At least Dallas knew how to beat the Redskins.

    Anyways, like I said, these Giants are well on their way to being some of the most obnoxious champs ever. They sure do represent their state well.

  102. vman0626 says: Feb 11, 2012 11:04 PM

    giants are ALL class, baby. NY #1 city on
    planet Earth. keep hating, jealous hayseeds.

    bradshaw answered a question. plain and
    simple.

    deal with it, simpletons. you yahoos live
    in podunk because you can’t make it in
    NY.

  103. rwhited2 says: Feb 11, 2012 11:09 PM

    Wow Ahmad, thanks for giving us your two cents’ worth. Funny, how you don’t think the Cowboys can win the Super Bowl with Romo, yet you almost single handedly cost your team it’s win by stupidly and selfishly scoring that final touchdown instead of running out the clock. Seems like stupidity follows you around. Like how in 2004, you were kicked out of UVA for underage drinking and fleeing the police. Like how in 2006, you served two years probation while at Marshall University for petit larceny, stealing a playstation from a fellow classmate no less. And finally in 2008, when you had to serve 60 days in jail for violating probation for a sealed juvenile charge. Not to mention being present at the party at which your fellow idiot Plaxico Burress shot himself in the leg. Sorry Ahmad, but I really don’t give a damn what you think about anyone. I’d take Tony Romo as a teamate anyday before a piece of scum like you……

  104. divan22 says: Feb 11, 2012 11:34 PM

    Wins and losses are a TEAM accomplishment. Maybe the next Tim Tebow (terrible QB who wins games with a great D) will finally teach this to fans who don’t know football.

    As for Romo, the guy is coming off a 102.5 QB rating season and has the 2nd best career QB rating in NFL HISTORY.

    If you believe he CAN’T win a Super Bowl with a great D like Eli had in the playoffs or like Tebow had during his regular season run, then you don’t know football. It’s really that simple.

  105. bkostela says: Feb 11, 2012 11:43 PM

    zackscottcc says:
    Feb 11, 2012 10:40 PM
    The funny fact of the matter is that Romo’s stats blow Eli manning away since 2007. 64.4% vs. 60.5%, 7.95 YPA vs. 7.38 YPA; 5.76 TD % vs. 4.95 TD %; 2.62 INT % vs. 3.21 INT %; 97.19 QB rating vs. 86.4 QB rating. What more can Romo do? You give him a defense like the Giants have and Romo would have at least 3 super bowl rings, but it is what it is and Eli Manning has two super bowl rings and owes Tuck, Osi, and that defense both of those and his MVPs.

    ————————————————————

    you said it perfectly… tony romo looks good out there. i bet he even had better stats than eli in the 2 games between NYG vs DAL this season. unfortunately for the cowboys, the team as a whole isn’t as good as the giants’. eli gets paid more than romo too, which means dallas has more money to spend on a supporting cast than new york does. i guess that means the giants’ front office is better than dallas’ as well, since they have done more with less.

    let me ask you this, stat man… have you ever seen a QB dance around in the pocket, dodge a would-be tackler, pass up an easy check down, scramble some more, cross the line of scrimmage, then throw the ball downfield, resulting in a penalty and loss of down? guess what? that doesn’t show up on the stat sheet, and therefore doesn’t negatively effect one’s QB rating. guess which of the two QB’s in this discussion we’re talking about…

  106. hedleykow says: Feb 11, 2012 11:59 PM

    @ wickerphil

    Righteous rant!!!

  107. rockyd87 says: Feb 12, 2012 12:08 AM

    The Cowboys and Eagles are the media darlings in the NFC East. This year, everyone was fawning over them while picking the Giants to finish last. You can’t blame some of the Giants for taking that personally. Say what you want about the Giants, but they are the ones that do the majority of talking on the field. They didn’t call themselves the “Dream Team” without playing a single game and don’t talk nearly as much Rob Ryan. At least when they do talk, they back it up.

    I have no real opinion on Romo, but to those of you that still bash Eli, you either didn’t watch him play this year, or are just dumb. He was the only reason the Giants won this year. He single handedly carried them throughout the season.

    As for those bashing NY/NJ, we are the nicest kindest folks around, it’s our football team that kicks A$$!

  108. 7to10for6allday says: Feb 12, 2012 12:13 AM

    As an eagles fan, I must say that Bradshaw is just like all the typical giants fans, loudmouth clown. I know eagles haven’t won a Super Bowl yet. In due time they will but until then the eagles own them with an 8-1 record since 07. You say this to a giants fan they all say they got a Super Bowl. what they don’t realize is so what….nobody cares what you’ve done in the past and if you wanna bring it up it’s that much sweeter owning the giants every year. I know one thing, if the eagles win a Super Bowl I sure as heck not gonna lean on that as my excuse if the giants are dominating the eagles on the regular. I guess that’s the difference between a real fan and a front runner. So let the hate remarks reign in. Until eagles win the Super Bowl……giants remember who your daddy is.

  109. rushmatic says: Feb 12, 2012 12:21 AM

    thatobnoxiousguy says:
    For those complaining about the Giants not being “humble” or smack talking too much.

    DEAL WITH IT

    The New York Giants won the Super Bowl. The players earned the right to talk smack if they choose. If you don’t like it, cover your ears and scream LALALALALA!

    They are Champions, you are NOT!
    They are champions, your team is NOT!

    And best of all…………..the Patriots are NOT!

    ________________________

    And people hate the Patriots… sigh.

  110. mnfan1 says: Feb 12, 2012 1:26 AM

    Can the Giants please shut the eff up. Who’s next to spew nonsense, the dumb punter?

  111. dabreesknees says: Feb 12, 2012 1:43 AM

    So far it seems like no one is asking what seems to be a legit question: If Tony Romo is no. 2 all time in career passer rating, doesn’t that mean that the passer rating itself is over rated??

    According To this list, the guy is “better” than every QB except Rodgers. May I remind you that this list includes, but is not limited to: Steve Young, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Kurt Warner, Joe Montana, Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning, Troy Aikman, John Elway… And it goes on and on and on. What do all these men have in common? That’s right, Superbowl rings and an MVP to go with them.

    All except “no. 2 all-time” Tony Romo.

    This rating is a joke.

  112. gavriloprincip33 says: Feb 12, 2012 2:03 AM

    marionbarber24isgod says:
    Feb 11, 2012 1:56 PM
    Winning is a team effort. Romo has constantly ranked top 5 statistically year after year, and he’s also ranked #2 all-time in passer rating among every single quarterback that has ever played the game.

    ——————————

    Stats are always quoted by someone trying to justify their position and usually by losers….

    It’s about winning the SB in Dallas; 16 years and counting…

  113. gavriloprincip33 says: Feb 12, 2012 2:10 AM

    kbuck89 says:
    Feb 11, 2012 8:24 PM
    Hey Bradshaw how about you worry about Your quarterback next season. I don’t think you realize that every time Eli had a season where everyone thought this was him finally coming into his own a horrible season followed. Perfect example 2008 and 2009 seasons were two good seasons. Then came along 2010 and he went back to typical Eli. 31tds and 30 turnovers.

    The truth of the matter is.. Eli Manning has never had a better regular season than Tony Romo in his career besides 2010 when he got hurt. It was always his defense that got him through the regular and post season. This was only Eli Manning’s second time breaking a 90 quarterback rating in his whole career. Tony Romo never fell short of 90 since he became the starter. He’s also never had more than 20ints.. Eli broke it twice.

    —————————-

    Ah, the omnipresent fanboy quoting qb ratings.. Because every smart fan knows that qb rating is much better than a Lombardi trophy!

    smh – repeatedly…

  114. onewinningpick says: Feb 12, 2012 2:15 AM

    Everybody needs to relax, the giants are obviously talking but you gotta remember, its only news because they won the superbowl. As a fan of the giants, worse things have been said by a lot of players on this team prior to this playoff run its just that a lot of it doesn’t make it to national media.

    Fortunately for the giants they’ve earned the right to have an opinion on winning and also to voice said opinion. If the other players don’t wanna hear it, then take care of business next year.

  115. dkdal says: Feb 12, 2012 5:24 AM

    as a Cowboys fan, I can’t do anything but laugh a little when NFL fans talk Tony Romo.

    “Bradshaw said he doesn’t see the Cowboys ever winning a Super Bowl as long as Romo is their quarterback, and he said he doesn’t think the Cowboys’ fans believe they can win with Romo either.”

    about 97% of Cowboys that do follow football a lot do trust Romo and believe that we need to create a team that can win now, before our franchise quarterback is getting to old.

    “During several key moments last season Cowboys coach Jason Garrett coached as if he didn’t trust Romo to win the game for him”

    no he didnt. in which moments are you talking about, I only remember the Patriots game where he was too conservative? and I belive he feared the play of our o line a lot more..

    and as for Romo not being clutch, he had four 4th quarter comebacks just this season. not his fault that the defence kept giving the win away..
    in his carreer he has 13 4th quarter comebacks and 14 game winning drives.

    and remember, this year he had the third best completion %, only 10 INT’s which is better then all of the big QB’s accept for Rodgers, and 4th most TD’s. this is all with the NFL’s maybe worst o line..

    so please, do not say that Romo suck just because you hate the Cowboys.. try and watch the games instead. thanks. :)

  116. solomon151 says: Feb 12, 2012 5:34 AM

    Jerry has three titles Cuban has one. I’m just saying

  117. giants56 says: Feb 12, 2012 7:08 AM

    Coach Killer=Tony Romo

    He is the classic coach killer, his statistics look fantastic on paper, but he shrinks when it matters most.

  118. realdeal12 says: Feb 12, 2012 8:08 AM

    Why do Giants players and Giants fans spend so much time talking about the Cowboys??

  119. imbetterthanyou says: Feb 12, 2012 12:02 PM

    Fall from grace…I am pretty sure the gmen will deal with weak offseason talk…sound familiar, cowboys works champs 2013 right? Heard that sorry story for 17 years now. Tony Romo > Eli too right? Enjoy a fantasy league berth. Because if he is your qb in real life or fantasy football, we all know he can’t close…
    Ps What do you tell the doubters? Nothing you’ve already told them twice ELI

  120. krashie21 says: Feb 12, 2012 1:29 PM

    As a die-hard, hardcore, Cowboys fan, I can only say this:

    “That’s my quarterback (sniff, sniff, sob, sob).”

    “That’s my teammate (sniff, sniff, sob, sob).”

    “And it’s NOT FAIR! (sniff, sob, sob, sniff)”

    LOL!!!!!!!

    Seriously — Bradshaw’s got 2 rings and he’s probably earned the right and until Romo gets one of his own, he’ll always be criticized…….

  121. imbetterthanyou says: Feb 12, 2012 1:41 PM

    stupid iphone…stupid spelling mistakes…stupid jerrah ever thinking romo can win an SB.
    America’s Chokers

  122. subseaservices says: Feb 12, 2012 5:23 PM

    He answered a question put to him by the media- “Can the Cowboys win with Romo?”

    I don’t see this as trash talk- just an honest answer and his opinion as a 2x SB Chanpion. Get off the guy already.

    The Giants are Superbowl Champions (again) so all the haters here post as if they are classless and trash-talking.

    Whatever talk was made during the playoffs they backed it up did they not?

  123. dinvean says: Feb 12, 2012 6:25 PM

    Do fans really get that worked up about “winning with class”? In reality aren’t you just mad your team didn’t win? I could see being upset if Bradshaw said yeah we’re champs everyone can go suck a ***, but he just answered a question. Jacobs, while even a little mouthy for my taste – actually came to the defense of the Patriots (namely, Welker vs Gizelle) and later apologized. Is that really winning without class? Meh. I could see getting on Tisch, but he’s a spoiled rich brat who inherited a position like a lot of NFL owners. Who cares what he thinks. Most of the Giants are (relatively) humble guys, their coach and GM certainly are and the patriarch of organization – John Mara certainly is. This, as are most of the gossip columns on this site, is a non-story.

  124. eaglebranded says: Feb 12, 2012 7:04 PM

    Gcsuks says: they will beat philly in philly before the Eagles ever win a superbowl seems like you like your day job . Close your mouth and think before you go sticking things I mean thoughts in it . I believe football has been played for many years before the superbowl era but, hey I don’t know nothing let’s just say they haven’t won a championship in a very long time . Now back to the present congradulation on the championships . Also, these Giants that you are talking about are young and shouldn’t have a problem making it back to the playoffs . If they don’t then that overated team your talking about that went 3-3 in the division will prove my point that Mr. Goodell had a plan that he somehow thought Brady and company could overcome something that the Eagles prove every year that a defensive line that get pressure up the middle turns Eli to bumbli . Funny how no team in the playoffs tried to send blitzes up the middle every team played to his strengths blitz from the outside play zone . Which means Eli and the defensive line gets a ring period .

  125. bigd93 says: Feb 12, 2012 7:08 PM

    man, miles austin catches third down pass and dallas runs out clock in first game, giants lose. wes welker catches third down pass in super bowl and giants lose. if i was as lucky as these guys i would be humble and thankful. not bitter and hateful. what an ass

  126. sneakd29 says: Feb 12, 2012 8:26 PM

    Cowboy fans please keep apologizing and making excuses for Tony Romo and the cowboys. This season on the sideline you heard Romo actually say I didn’t want to lose it. Is that the mindset of a championship caliber qb I think not

  127. dinvean says: Feb 12, 2012 9:09 PM

    bigd93, way to pick out a couple plays and discredit an incredible Super Bowl run. Call them lucky if you want. Call them champs.

  128. ebeg420 says: Feb 14, 2012 12:54 PM

    Romo would rather be golfing, trust me!!
    He doesn’t have the heart to win it all.
    Jason Garrett is too much of a MORON anyway…..

    I love seeing that team fall apart!

  129. gmemm says: Feb 14, 2012 3:46 PM

    I wish People would shut up about Romo not being a good QB 96.6 QB rating do your homework. Romo has never had stable support on offense. Truth be told your lover boy Eli did not win anything on his own It’s was his Defensive line getting him stops. So Eli did not have to out score other teams .. Eli Romo same QB period

  130. kimbrktty says: Feb 14, 2012 6:30 PM

    @gmemm ALSO.. Eli had a Defensive Line? and Defense LOL… YOu are aware that thru the first 12 games of the 2011 season, the Giants Defense, including the Pass rush were invisible, and ranked near bottom of the league in defense? If Romo had the Defense Eli had most of the Regular season, Dallas win 3 games.

  131. chalkruz1989 says: Feb 15, 2012 11:14 AM

    The main issue with Tony Romo is the mere fact that he seems to unravel when the pressure is turned up. He has all the weapons around him to put up big numbers which he does, but, it’s about your performance in the postseason that really measures a quarterback. Eli Manning turns up his play once it hits playoff time and there’s no denying that. Romo has Miles Austin, Dez Bryant, Jason Witten, Felix Jones, DeMarco Murray. You can’t say his defense is awful that’s why. A great quarterback can mask his teams’ shortcomings.

  132. gmemm says: Feb 15, 2012 12:08 PM

    You make some true points but how is it Romo’s fault when in the post season his off-line gives him no time to make a play the last three post season games …giants …Viking….giants Romo had no protection and no help from the defense( by help I sayings not having to score 30+ points to win)

  133. greatdanton77 says: Feb 15, 2012 3:03 PM

    The least intimidating Superbowl champions ever…luck exists and it’s in NY City right now.

    Swept by the Skins? God you guys suck.

  134. truecowboyfan says: Feb 16, 2012 1:41 AM

    Bradshaw!!! Please do not speak for us Cowboy fans because the majority of fans love Romo and KNOW he can win us a superbowl!!!

    Bradshaw was also a non-factor and just about any average runningback would have won a superbowl with the Giants this year.

    Also, when are these Dallas Cowboys going to get sick of all of these punk Giant palyers talking trash… sooner or later, we need to start acting like men and not cowards…

  135. n0hopeleft says: Feb 17, 2012 11:18 AM

    cakemixa says:
    Feb 11, 2012 1:35 PM
    Such humble champions, these Giants are.

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    Please. The fan bases of the other 31 teams killed the Giants, and Eli, for last years failures.

    They can say what they want about the Cowboys, because Eli OWNS Tony, and the Giants own the Cowboys.

    Eli:2
    Tony: 0

  136. n0hopeleft says: Feb 17, 2012 11:28 AM

    buffalomafia says:
    Feb 11, 2012 3:09 PM
    I hate Dallas and the Giants don’t play in New York. They play in New Jersey! So why aren’t they the New Jersey Giants?

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    Wow, what a dig. You are so sharp.

    What was the Giants record against the AFC East this year?

    Hello? Mr. Buffalo? LOOOOOOOOOSER!!!

  137. n0hopeleft says: Feb 17, 2012 11:30 AM

    kbuck89 says:
    Feb 11, 2012 8:24 PM
    Hey Bradshaw how about you worry about Your quarterback next season. I don’t think you realize that every time Eli had a season where everyone thought this was him finally coming into his own a horrible season followed. Perfect example 2008 and 2009 seasons were two good seasons. Then came along 2010 and he went back to typical Eli. 31tds and 30 turnovers.

    The truth of the matter is.. Eli Manning has never had a better regular season than Tony Romo in his career besides 2010 when he got hurt. It was always his defense that got him through the regular and post season. This was only Eli Manning’s second time breaking a 90 quarterback rating in his whole career. Tony Romo never fell short of 90 since he became the starter. He’s also never had more than 20ints.. Eli broke it twice.

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    Would Tony Romo trade his QB rating stats for Eli Manning’s 4th quarter TD record?

    I THINK SO D-BAG!

  138. n0hopeleft says: Feb 17, 2012 11:35 AM

    wolfepup says:Feb 11, 2012 4:43 PM

    The Dallas Cowboys and Texas don’t care what anybody from NY or Philly think. They have more Super Bowl wins, more money, better looking women and less taxes. Have the Eagles ever even won a Super Bowl? No, didn’t think so. Oh, and the Cowboy’s don’t share a stadium either. They just have the biggest and the best. That’s Texas for ya, stupid liberals.

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    Sounds like a good comeback from a bitter Dallas fan, who’s team has been irrelevant since 1995.

    GOOD TALK!

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