DENVER - The Denver Broncos improved their record to 4-0 with a 17-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys who fell to 2-2.
The Cowboys cannot blame the mile high altitude, or the snow, or the fact that the Denver fans just happen to cheer louder than most NFL fans.
Shortly after the game ended Cowboy team owner Jerry Jones said that he received a text message from Jessica Simpson. The text said, "Ya, see, it wasn't me after all was it?"
Last year Jones had been quite outspoken on his star quarterback's relationship with Hollywood celeb Jessica Simpson.
He even went as far as telling Tony that he did not want him bringing Ms. Simpson to the games because Jones and his wife felt that Jessica was a jinx.
When Tony asked if Jess could come to the games as long as she dressed up in some kind of disguise, Jones informed him that it was totally out of the question.
Jessica apparently disobeyed Mr. Jones' demand because one of the hot dog vendors said that he recognized her at two different Cowboy home games.
The hot dog vendor who did not want his true identity known told us to use his fake name, Braggy Frattcox.
He said that the first time he saw Tony's then girlfriend she was dressed up as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. He said that her upper thigh cellulite gave her away.
The second time Karnell Knowlton (oops) said he saw Simpson and she was dressed up as Britney Spears. K.K. said that Simpson even looked like Spears, but Ms. Simpson gave herself away when some of the fans asked her for an autograph and she signed it: Best wishes, Jessica Simpson (Tony's girl).
When team owner Jerry Jones found out about Simpson sneaking in dressed as a Cowboy Cheerleader and then as Britney Spears he threw one heck of a fit.
He called up his attorney and got a restraining order from the Dallas Police Department which specified that Simpson had to stay at least 200 yards from Texas Stadium.
Jessica Simpson has flat out denied the rumor that is presently making the grounds that she still sleeps with her Tony Romo Bobblehead Doll.