Please do not drink the Flavor Aid and let anyone tell you last night’s game—at 6-6, the lowest-scoring tie since the NFL introduced overtime in 1974—was “good” or “watchable” or “a better use of your time than going to sleep early and starting the week rested.” Special-teams incompetence, an Arizona offense that…
This is a clean hit, though it left Tony Romo in tiny little pieces, all scattered across the CenturyLink Field turf. Somehow they swept enough of them up and glued them together in time for the next Dallas drive, because Romo was back behind center moments later.
In one of the more appropriate instances of places to find out you got drafted by the Seattle Seahawks, Utah State linebacker Bobby Wagner learned the news while he was in the bathroom. Wagner was interrupted, but full of joy nonetheless.