Why Did Dallas Lose to Denver and Why Tony Romo Is Not to Blame

Posted: 5th October 2009 by James Williamson in NFL
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First off, I want to congratulate the Denver Broncos. They beat the Cowboys and they proved they are not lucky to be 4-0. Why did Dallas lose to Denver? That team did lose, but what parts were especially weak? Well, the Cowboys were playing 5,280 feet above sea level and oxygen is hard to get. It wore them down. I remember they called a timeout to catch their breath, not because they needed to make an adjustment. The lack of Felix Jones was sad too. He really could have helped when Tashard Choice and Marion Barber were heaving with the carries up there. Mile High is easily one of the best homefield advantages in sports. This Dallas team shot itself in the foot in the end. IÆm not going to rip the defense at all except for maybe a missed tackle here and there. A defense should be allowed t ...

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