What About Them Cowboys?

Matthew WatkinsContributor IMay 13, 2009

IRVING, TX - MAY 01:  (L-R)  Ryan Gibbons #62 , Matt Spanos #69 and Travis Bright #60 of the Dallas Cowboys during rookie mini camp on May 1, 2009 in Irving, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

After the Cowboys' practice stadium collapse left one paralized and some injured two weeks ago, the Cowboys are leaving their old stadium and moving to a new one in Arlington, Texas. This is a $1.1 billion stadium.

They were at the old stadium from 1971-2008. They started there October 24, 1971 against the patriots, with a 44-21 win, and went on to the super bowl.

Should Romo ditch golf for football? Romo should be thinking about football and not about the U.S. Open. He's a good quarterback, but he's had trouble in the playoffs. Wether he knows it or not, he is the team leader and he needs to focus more on football and leading his team to the superbowl.

Their first game will be Aug. 13 at Oakland, the next on Aug. 21 against Tennessee at Dallas. Then two times this year the Cowboys and the Giants will play. The best two teams in the NFL will battle. The past few times New York won. But maybe this time all that will change.

The Cowboys should bring it to a championship if Tony Romo focuses on football and not golf. As they recover from the collapse of the stadium, they should have a good start to the 2009-2010 season. They will be attending camp this July and we hope they can take it to a championship.

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