“Romo Friendly” Offense Catch Up, and a Quick Thanks

I haven’t been doing a very good job on updating the blog for when my articles have been going up on DallasProSports.com.  Apologies for that.  However, if you feel like reviewing the last few weeks, feel free:

Week 9 @ Philly

Week 10 @ Green Bay

Week 11 vs Washington

Week 12 (Thanksgiving) vs Oakland

However, if you’d like to skip straight to the most current article, here is a preview and link for that as well:

Grading the Romo Friendly Offense – Week 13 Loss Against the G-Men

Sunday’s game is easily the most confusing and frustrating game that I have broken down all season.  Throughout the year, it has been fairly easy to point out the offensive shortcomings that have caused this team to fail in their losses.  However, as we all will soon see in this week’s breakdown, the story is not so clear at all.  The theories, axioms, and recipes for success that I have hung my hat on all season have been shaken to the core.

Continue reading at DallasProSports.com

Also, I want to take the time to thank everyone that has been reading both my work at DallasProSports.com and here.

This month, I have had more visitors come across my site than ever before…and the number isn’t even close to previous months.  The majority of visits this month have come from Liverpool fans across the Globe checking out my Open Letter to Tom Hicks.  However, visits to my regular work have also spiked beyond my wildest expectations as well.

As far as my work at DallasProSports.com goes, that also has surpassed any expectations of visitors.  Today I saw a tweet from Daniel, who runs the site, saying that quite a lot of people were visiting my bio page that was just recently posted.  He then later informed me that my page was in fact the 7th most visited page on the entire site in the past 30 days.

Both of those pieces of news have made my eyes pop out of my head, and I still can’t believe it.  So thanks to everyone that regularly visits here, drops by here from my links on Facebook and/or Twitter, and also to those that spread my work around via email/forums/retweets/word of mouth.  Y’all rock and I appreciate all of the support and hope you continue to enjoy my work.