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  • Tony Romo

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  • Robert Griffith III

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Thread: Romo vs RG3

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    Romo vs RG3

    Who would you have overall the next couple years and who wins a ring first?

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    Romo is the worst QB in the NFC East when Vick is healthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Embryo View Post
    Romo is the worst QB in the NFC East when Vick is healthy.

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    RG3 is the best in the division, Romo is the 2nd best weeks 1-13, then him and Eli swap at 14-Playoffs.

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    One chokes and the other is clutch. One turns the ball over in crucial moments in his biggest games.
    RG III and it's not even close.

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    RG3 by a gazillion miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Embryo View Post
    Romo is the worst QB in the NFC East when Vick is healthy.
    vick is the worst qb in the NFC east healthy or not
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    RG3 is already playign at a high level and is way younger. anyone taking romo is quite frankly stupid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    RG3 is already playign at a high level and is way younger. anyone taking romo is quite frankly stupid

    LOL - Kettle, meet Mr. Black. From Romo praise to "anyone taking romo is quite frankly stupid"

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYSPORTS98 View Post
    LOL - Kettle, meet Mr. Black. From Romo praise to "anyone taking romo is quite frankly stupid"

    Whatever kid
    if you ar ebuilding a franchise today, and you were offered romo vs RG3, you would be stupid to take romo because RG3 is playing great now and is ten eyars younger. when two players are both good and one is significantly younger, it's an no brainer


    clearly you didn't read my post because i specifically said age was the factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lolollort View Post
    One chokes and the other is clutch. One turns the ball over in crucial moments in his biggest games.
    RG III and it's not even close.
    Yeah handing the ball off to Morris 30 times is soooo clutch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of Blades View Post
    Yeah handing the ball off to Morris 30 times is soooo clutch.

    RG III
    65.6% comp, 20 TD's 5 INT (passing TD's) 102.4 RAT

    815 rushing yards 7 TD's 6.8 AVG

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    65.6% comp, 28 TD's 19 INT's 90.5 RAT


    The difference is, RG III isn't a turnover machine like Romocoaster. RG III hasn't choke in the big games (yet) and he isn't 1-6 in elimination games.

    2012 stats.

    Romo's first year that he played...let's see:

    65.3% comp, 19 TD's 13 INT's 95.1 RAT

    Oh wait, let's see the cowboys had a shot @ making the playoffs but instead..oh wait that's right Romo CHOKED in his last two games ending the season @ 9-7 (both home games) while philly got in 10-6.

    From year one Romo was a choke artist. Move along, your putrid attempt at discrediting RG III is lackluster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolollort View Post
    RG III
    65.6% comp, 20 TD's 5 INT (passing TD's) 102.4 RAT

    815 rushing yards 7 TD's 6.8 AVG

    Turnover Tony:

    65.6% comp, 28 TD's 19 INT's 90.5 RAT


    The difference is, RG III isn't a turnover machine like Romocoaster. RG III hasn't choke in the big games (yet) and he isn't 1-6 in elimination games.

    2012 stats.

    Romo's first year that he played...let's see:

    65.3% comp, 19 TD's 13 INT's 95.1 RAT

    Oh wait, let's see the cowboys had a shot @ making the playoffs but instead..oh wait that's right Romo CHOKED in his last two games ending the season @ 9-7 (both home games) while philly got in 10-6.

    From year one Romo was a choke artist. Move along, your putrid attempt at discrediting RG III is lackluster.
    I was talking about Sunday's game Einstein. But if you wanna compare their season performances, fine. You clearly left out their passing yards on purpose to favor RG3; look at his 3200 compared to Romo's 4900. RG3 is a scrambler/passer while Romo is a pure passer hence RG3's 800 rushing yards. Also it's pretty easy to have a 105 rating and only 5 INTs when you're handing the ball off to a 1400 yard rushing RB in Morris. And you can't even say that RG3 hasn't choked in big games because he hasn't even played in a big game yet. Sunday's game shouldn't count because all he did was hand it off to Morris the whole time, he's the one that won the game for the Redskins. RG3 has had a fine season for a rookie but let's have this discussion 5 years from now if he's proven himself as a legitimate top 10 QB in the league and if defenses haven't caught on to him yet. That's where the term "sophomore slump" comes into play; a lot of rookies have outstanding years but are never heard from again because opposing teams learn how to play them and often times are able to shut them down. I'm not saying it will happen to RG3 but it certainly can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of Blades View Post
    I was talking about Sunday's game Einstein. But if you wanna compare their season performances, fine. You clearly left out their passing yards on purpose to favor RG3; look at his 3200 compared to Romo's 4900. RG3 is a scrambler/passer while Romo is a pure passer hence RG3's 800 rushing yards. Also it's pretty easy to have a 105 rating and only 5 INTs when you're handing the ball off to a 1400 yard rushing RB in Morris. And you can't even say that RG3 hasn't choked in big games because he hasn't even played in a big game yet. Sunday's game shouldn't count because all he did was hand it off to Morris the whole time, he's the one that won the game for the Redskins. RG3 has had a fine season for a rookie but let's have this discussion 5 years from now if he's proven himself as a legitimate top 10 QB in the league and if defenses haven't caught on to him yet. That's where the term "sophomore slump" comes into play; a lot of rookies have outstanding years but are never heard from again because opposing teams learn how to play them and often times are able to shut them down. I'm not saying it will happen to RG3 but it certainly can.
    Yards can be very misleading. TD-INT means more.

    From year one as a starter romo choked, this far RG III hasn't.

    If you are comparing passing yards i guess stafford had a stellar season then?
    Please be real.

    They play two different offenses the difference is one of them led his team to a division title and a playoff birth in his rookie season AND the the other one well choked for the SIXTH time in his career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolollort View Post
    Yards can be very misleading. TD-INT means more.

    From year one as a starter romo choked, this far RG III hasn't.

    If you are comparing passing yards i guess stafford had a stellar season then?
    Please be real.

    They play two different offenses the difference is one of them led his team to a division title and a playoff birth in his rookie season AND the the other one well choked for the SIXTH time in his career.
    Stafford had a good year minus the fact that literally 40% of his passing yards went to one guy while Romo had 3 different receivers eclipse 1,000 yards (well Austin didn't, he was 57 yards short). And I wouldn't say RG3 led his team to the playoffs. It's more like Alfred Morris, a solid defense, and yes RG3 did it. Football is a team effort, QBs don't single handedly win games unless you're talking about Peyton Manning or Tom Brady. Morris is definitely the MVP of that offense.

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