NFL, SPORTS

Schein on Dallas Cowboys: A clown show

July 29, 2014

Mark the tape: The Dallas Cowboys will finish in last place in the NFC East.

Adam Schein made that prediction on his program, Schein on Sports, Friday on Mad Dog Sports Radio. The highlights from Schein’s monologue:

HE FEELS BAD FOR COWBOYS FANS

The Cowboys are a clown show. And the Dallas Cowboys remain as ridiculously average as any franchise in professional sports. And you think about what the Cowboys were, and what they are now. See, ’tis the season, late July, for being optimistic if you’re a football fan. I can’t find any reasons for hope for the Dallas Cowboys. They’re living in a delusional state. And I hope these words don’t come back to bite me, but I mean it: I feel bad for the Cowboys fans. I know Cowboys fans are like Yankees fans, are like Notre Dame fans; you know, they’re cocky, they’re arrogant. I feel bad for Cowboys nation. I do. Because you guys have no hope. None. You can’t dream big. You can’t dream about a Super Bowl championship. You can’t dream about third place. Seriously, how do the Cowboys get to third place this year in the NFC East? How do they do it?

HE STILL LOVES TONY ROMO

8-8 is gonna be a miracle for the Dallas Cowboys. Jason Garrett might go into the Hall of Fame if they finish 8-8. My goodness, this team stinks. And I, as you know, am a huge Tony Romo fan. I think Tony Romo is the most misunderstood and unfairly maligned quarterback in the league in the last 15 years. I feel terrible for Tony. I wish he played for an owner that didn’t masquerade as a GM. I wish that he had better coaching around him, better talent around him. I think Tony Romo is a great top 10 player.

HE DOESN’T LOVE BRANDON WEEDEN

I’d rather operate with 10 men on the field than have Brandon Weeden as my quarterback.

HIS THOUGHTS ON JASON GARRETT’S FUTURE IN DALLAS

I don’t know how Jason Garrett survives this season.

HIS EXPECTATIONS:

I have none. I firmly believe this is a last-place team that wins six or seven games during the campaign.