Ahmad Bradshaw is still enjoying the glow of his Super Bowl win, but that didn't keep him from dropping some advice to the New York Giants' division rivals, the Dallas Cowboys. His words of wisdom? Find some confidence and drop that Tony Romo fella. Otherwise, they won't win a championship.
"I don't see it happening," Bradshaw told the NFL Network when asked if the Cowboys will ever win a Super Bowl with Romo at the helm. "I don't think they believe it, and they're America's Team. If America don't believe it . . ."
Bradshaw was asked to clear his comment, about whether he was referring to the team itself or the fans.
"It all comes together," Bradshaw said. "If the fans don't believe it, the team doesn't. They're kinda doubtful with Romo."
It would be best for the Giants if the Cowboys kept everything as is. Since the Giants beat the Cowboys on the way to their Super Bowl win in 2008, the Giants have owned the Cowboys. In eight matchups, Dallas has won just twice.
The Romo-led Cowboys, on the other hand, have struggled. They haven't been to the postseason since the 2009 season, when they were bounced by Brett Favre's Minnesota Vikings. Their 8-8 season in 2011 can't be blamed all on Romo, who threw for 4,184 yards. What Bradshaw is talking about is a lack of belief in the team across the program, which starts much higher than Romo.
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