Shawn Springs guested yesterday on ESPN’s First Take and was asked by host Reischea Canidate who he would rather avoid as an opponent in the Super Bowl in Miami, the Indianapolis Colts or New Orleans Saints:
(via the blog Game of Inches)
Springs: “Well if it was me, I would hope a hurricane comes through (laughs).”
It was clear after a 3-0 start that the Dallas Cowboys have the talent to contend for a championship. But before this weekend, one big question was still to be answered: how would they react to adversity. According to the DALLAS MORNING NEWS, the answer is: poorly. And big shock, the main culprit appears to be Terrell Owens, as the paper reports that he had a “serious conversation” with Tony Romo about the offense after the game.
The topic of the conversation: how T.O. is being used in the offense. I guess that being thrown to 18 times in the game and having another two carries (when Marion Barber had eight carries total) isn’t enough? Perhaps he saw Ronnie Brown’s performance against the Patriots last week and started wondering why he wasn’t getting enough passing attempts.