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Comment from: dennis [Visitor] Email
Hey jerkoff go to hell, the boys are the best 8 trips to the big dance and 5 rings.
2007-01-07 @ 01:51
Comment from: kp [Visitor]
you're a self-serving dbag. f off, golf boy. stick to your pathetic golf crap, loser.
2007-01-07 @ 08:10
Comment from: Skew [Visitor] Email
Tony Romo is not a "Cardboard cut-out," to quote Dan Le Batard. He's a person, just like you.

There's no need to kick a guy while he's down. Zero class on your part.

I do agree with you that T.O. has a huge heart.
2007-01-07 @ 08:17
Comment from: Kickn1Back [Visitor] Email
GREAT Article!!!! So filled with FACTS. Poor Romo, all that hype exploded his ego. It was a great justice like you said. As for Dallas and their 8 trips and 5 rings.... Stop living in the past and be real like everyone else and not stop making a mountain out of a molehill. Romo had a few lucky games, no reason to compare him to the greats!!! T.O. Yes what a true character of spirit and as for Romo, sitting on the sideline crying because he cut his finger, what a joke. Again, GREAT ARTICLE!!!
2007-01-07 @ 09:23
Comment from: steve [Visitor] Email
Hey loser what’s with all the hate, I thought in America you can like who you want and not be dictated on what team you should like, you sound so bitter. What a shame, either your daddy didn't love you enough growing up or your team is worse the cowboys. Yes Romo is over rated and no way deserves the pro bowl, but you don’t deserve to be able to blast Dallas fans but you do, so if I were you I wouldn’t be wouldn’t complain about the fans. The best part of being a Dallas fan is all you other fans want whet we have. “Americas team” and the most super bowl wins in history, read it and weep, sucka.
2007-01-07 @ 09:56
Comment from: jeff [Visitor]
romo screwed up, but dont be a loser and write and article w/ lies. Romo is a good qb and w/o him the cowboys would have never been to the playoffs. Also, not tryin to make an excuss but didnt the ball look a little shiny?? Romo is still in the probowl, and i dont care what u say bout that
2007-01-07 @ 11:58
Comment from: Larry [Visitor] Email
You are so screwed up; you don't know football from baseball. You better stick to golf, because we all know you have little balls!
2007-01-07 @ 12:38
Comment from: Clower [Visitor] Email
This Baldwin guy sounds like a jackass for the ages. It is hard to imagine a bigger waste of one's time than reading this garbage. So bad I simply have to comment. I am a long way from being a Cowboys fan, so this is not motivated by partiality at all. Seriously, who revels in the anguish of others like this jerkoff writer? Even if I was a die-hard Seahawks fan I would feel terrible for Romo, who played way beyond expectations this season, even if he was over-hyped at times. The hype was not his fault, he just played solid football and the media took notice and loved the Cinderella-type angle. Then to say that it would be great if Singh suffered a similarly troublesome loss as well? It was said above very well, zero class on your part; just plain ugly. Hey, do us a favor and let us know when this golf outfit realizes you are a worthless hack and decides to fire you. Hopefully you'll lose your home and maybe a divorce to boot (if any woman can even stand 10 consecutive seconds with you in the first place). Then we can all sit back and enjoy that show, as life deals you the short stick. Maybe someone will tell of it in a similar editorial. Travel golf, seriously, please fire this Baldwin douche, this article was so cold and reflects so poorly on you.
2007-01-07 @ 16:44
Comment from: Mike [Visitor]
It's Romo's fault the media lifted him to greatness after a few good performances???!! TO is the only one who truly cares???!!! LOL> Romo is a class act. The boys should have gone for the first down, or the TD. Then they have all three timeouts to hold Seattle. A field goal only puts them up by 2, which wouldnt have held up. Coaching at fault there. And back on TO. If he could catch half as many as he drops, he'd be worth re-signing. Next year, Parcells will be back, TO will be history, and Chris Baldwin will be covering high school football.
2007-01-07 @ 17:16
Comment from: poeticjustice [Visitor]
This article hits it right on the head. All points made were correct. Not a Bill Buckner or Jackie-whatever-his-last-name-is dropped touchdown from the Cowboys Superbowl in the 70's(Smith?)moment though; this wasn't the Super Bowl, World Series or pennant. Cowboys would have lost the next game anyway. But the rise and fall of this pretty boy was as dramatic as could be, and was, well, just great. Please don't tell me you're really rooting for this guy. He has millions (or will if his contact hasn't been renogiated) and bangs hot women every night. He is famous and treated like a God. Now he makes a mistake on a simple play which costs his team everything and everyone wants to pat his bottom and say that's ok, you'll learn from this. Would you get this opportunity if you made a monumental mistake at work which cost your boss a lot. Believe me, if this guy wasn't a white guy with "cute" dimples, no one would care about him.
2007-01-07 @ 17:18
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
That's BS, poeticjustice. If he was
black they would have cared even more.
2007-01-07 @ 17:40
Comment from: Edward [Visitor] Email
What do you expect? This guy golfs. Stick with golfing, stupid.
2007-01-07 @ 20:11
Comment from: Ted NC [Visitor] Email
T.O. one of the athletes who truly cares? Are you serious? Cares about himself, and not much else...
2007-01-07 @ 20:41
Comment from: David [Visitor] Email
Wow....next time you might want to gather some facts before writing an article without substance. Go back to school and stop writing fiction.
2007-01-08 @ 03:53
Comment from: Rachel [Visitor] Email
On top of trying to make key plays, find open guys and deal with a very loud and tough crowd in an already difficult stadium to play in, Romo also had to be the holder for the snap.

He had a lot on his plate, especially it being his first playoff game ever. I understand that he's an NFL player and that pressure comes along with that, but he IS a good QB. He revived our chances, revived the fans, and was the reason the Cowboys were in Seattle in the first place.

I realize that part of playing and watching football is getting excited and celebrating the fact that you beat a rival or won a playoff game, but you should do it with class. Being a Dallas Cowboy fan, I don't particularly like the Eagles, Giants or Redskins but I don't put down their fans just because they cheer for their home team. I actually admire them more if it's not their home team, because they overcome adversity and put-downs from people like you in the process.

I read a ton of articles on the internet after every Cowboy game, and even Seattle had kind words for their beaten opponent, but yours was the most classless and crude one I have ever stumbled upon-- which says a lot about your character and the publication you write for.
2007-01-08 @ 05:05
Comment from: Mr. Wonderful [Visitor] Email
Chris...

Takes balls to get away from golf and no need to. Leave it to the football press. As this a golf column, why not stick to golf? Could have run a mile with a story hoping for a collapse of the no personality, Hall of Fame-Cheat...

You have the greatest opportunity in the world to get people thinking early in the week...
What are the odds of MW breaking 80 this week? Checked with Vegas?

Screw football, crank it up, it is Bubbles time again!!!

It's hate Nike time too...
2007-01-08 @ 11:17
Comment from: Mike [Visitor] Email
Way to go Baldwin! You have stirred up the redneck Cowboys crowd into a frenzy as much as the Wie warriors. Your making friends fast.
2007-01-08 @ 16:30
Comment from: BALDWINS MOMMY [Visitor] Email
CHOAD
2007-01-08 @ 18:02
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
At the end of the day, football is for the
mentally ill.
2007-01-08 @ 21:03
Comment from: nick [Visitor] Email
dude what is you're problem if i ever see uyou on the street i would beat ure ass for that get a life u lil golf boy
2007-01-10 @ 13:04
Comment from: nick [Visitor] Email
oh my bad i spelled it wrong put u and you lol i hope you get hit by a train i dont hope u die but i hope u get hurt
2007-01-10 @ 13:06
Comment from: nick [Visitor] Email
ure a golf publisher you're not a football publisher just leave romo alone brand new ball its ganna slip give him a break you prick
2007-01-10 @ 13:07
Comment from: Mr. Wonderful [Visitor] Email
Hey Nick...

When you grow up, what are you going to be if and when you make it past 12?

Stick to blogs on ESPN and Ultimate Fighting and get the hell away from our golf site... Bet your daddy (if you know who he is) has season tickets to the World Wrestling Federation too...

If Mr. Baldwin offended you, bet you he will he promise not to ever do another column regarding football. In High School keyboarding they will teach you how to use the caps button and do a spell check.
2007-01-10 @ 18:13
Comment from: KAYANDTEE [Visitor] Email
You (Dick Baldwin)is piece of garbage. Tony has made mistakes but it is uncalled for for you to rip him when it's obvious that you cannot shoot in the 70s, be a pro-bowl QB of america's team, be a stud basketball player, and did I mention the millions he make, the publicy he receives, and the hot girls line up fo him . It looks like someone is jealous and bitter. Get a life garbage.
2008-06-13 @ 21:49

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