Chris Cooley And Tony Romo Cage Fight

October 5, 2011 by staff 

Chris Cooley And Tony Romo Cage FightChris Cooley And Tony Romo Cage Fight, Tony Romo is used to having a target on his back – and this week the Dallas quarterback has taken a lot of heat (the most recent of Deion Sanders) for their mistakes as the Cowboys squandered a big lead against the Lions.

Despite his talent, the Cowboys quarterback has fallen short in big games – and is 3-7 in his last 10 starts. So it is predictable (and boring), where sportsanlysts and fans plenty of criticism.

But now an opposing player, tight end Chris Cooley Redskins, has joined the battle – and he is not slowing down.

So Chris, what do you think of the struggles of Romo on Sunday?

“It’s so good,” Cooley said in Arrignton LaVar and show Chad Dukes. “I was watching the scoreboard in St. Louis, and saw that he had actually lost to that end, I thought they went out so I kind of stopped paying attention. It’s amazing, incredible to see how bottlenecks.

“I’m just saying, I am to 24 points in the third quarter, if I were coach, I feel like I could probably just take a knee for the rest of the game, kicked away and there is no way the unit is Detroit in so many times, “Cooley said. “The only way you’re going to give up that many points is the ball, right?’s Fun to watch launch six pick, too, back to back. I loved it.”

Tell us how you feel, Chris. However, the talkative tight end did not stop there. They actually went ahead with a bizarre proposal they had submitted a week earlier in the radio program: a Cagefighter.

“For me to beat Tony? I’ll be honest, I do not know what kind of skills Cagefighting he has,” said Cooley. “They probably try to incorporate my ability to fight, like when I was in high school. Obviously been a while, but I like to hit people quickly. I like to embarrass’ em a bit. Like take a 24 point lead, and then just play with it a little. ”

Cooley is a funny guy, so maybe we’re joking. But it is also an eccentric guy so maybe not a joke.

This led us to thinking: Who would win?

Cooley is 6’3 “and 255 pounds is one has a rare combination of power and agility for a tight end -.. And apparently wrestled in high school and that’s a plus On the negative side, prone to injuries and has not produced much in the field this year, so his confidence may be absent.

Romo is listed 6’2 “and 228 pounds, so can the lack of clutch performances that makes up for in strength – as evidenced by his leading the Cowboys to a victory in San Francisco with a broken rib and lung perforation probably Romo. the edge of motivation too, since the public display of Cooley schadenfreude

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