It’s great when the Cowboys lose. Especially when it’s their quarterback.
A couple weeks ago, Tony Romo broke his finger on the first play of overtime versus the Arizona Cardinals.
The Doc told him to sit out 4 weeks. And, of course, he followed the advice.
But that’s the easy way out:
Early this Fall, Trevor Wikre, the 6-3, 280-pound starting right guard for Division II Mesa State College, was pulling off the line of scrimmage on a sweep play when his pinky got jammed in a teammate’s face mask. When the play ended, he looked at it–and saw a bone sticking out.
The doctor said his season was over. Done. Fini. And only a few weeks in.
But no, no, no…
Here’s what Wikre told the Doctor, according to ESPN.com:
“No way,” Trevor said. “This is my senior year. We’ve got to make this work.”
“We can’t,” the doctor said.
“We can,” insisted Trevor. “We can cut it off.”
And that was that. A week later, he was back at practice, running sweeps and high fouring his pals.
Which begs the question: What is it about sissy men that Jessica Simpson finds so attractive?