But all of that could be tabled if Noah decides to make his grand appearance. So we will try to go on as if he will wait until his due date. But we are also practicing the old Boy Scout motto: Be prepared.
Well, Jerry got what he wanted. After 13 years of mediocrity and hot-air promises which the "Cow-sheep" (Randy Galloway's term for blind followers of Jerry Jones' Cowboys) buy into every year -- he is opening his monument. I like the way Jeff Jones referred to it in his blog: Jerry's ego-plex.
How the mighty have fallen.
I have nothing personal against Tony Romo, but I tire of hearing him compared to Aikman and Staubach. How about let him win just one playoff game before he is enshrined in the Hall of Fame, please.
My son Jonathan and I were talking about this last time he was here. If you were to rank the all-time Cowboy quarterbacks, where would Romo fall? Here's mine:
1. Staubach (Two Super Bowls)
2. Aikman (Three Super Bowls)
3. Don Meredith (Two NFL championship games)
4. Danny White (Three NFC championship games. This guy was GOOD, but had the misfortune of following Mr. Cowboy)
5. Craig Morton, Eddie Lebaron, Tony Romo