2. You've been arguing that it's too early to "Write a QB's career". An absolute statement.
3. Romo has had chances, it's not like he's a rookie. How many chances does one need?
4. Do you really think we are 1 piece away from the puzzle? Because from your stance you're implying that a rookie QB in 2013, has an impossible chance to win the SB, thus showing that you believe the Cowboys are only a minor improvement away from the Super Bowl victory. This is where we are going to disagree. I believe the Cowboys have deeper problems than the surface.
5. Correct, no rookie QB has ever won the SB.
6. Going off of #4 you're using the theory that because it hasn't happened it won't happen, yet your arguing that theory against me when it deals with Romo.
Example: If you play roulette and the outcome on 5 spins has been black each time the common theory is "it's got to come up red on the next one because it's been black so many times". That's a fallacious way of looking at things. The chance to come up red or black has the same probability, it's our emotional context that thinks fairness and equality will rise. There's absolutely 0 statistical evidence to prove Red will come up on spin 6.
The same example can be used for and against Romo, i've stated this before. My analysis on Romo is far deeper than the average because i look at things differently. I tied in intangibles, personality traits, many of the things you can't measure with numbers. Am I a prophet? Absolutely not, and this ultimately comes down to personal opinion. I try to base mine on realism and objectivity rather than just emotion.
Do you think I'd like to see Romo get the critics, including myself off his back? Absolutely, why? Because I'm a fan of the Cowboys. I could care less if Romo, Orton, Grossman, Leaf, or some rookie is taking the snaps as long as we win.
Do I want to see Peyton, Brady, and Rey each win another SB? Yes, absolutely, because i like personally like them, not their team.
7. Economics is "a social science concerned chiefly with description and analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services "
This is not just revenue, but how and why people do what they do. I've studied Economics for years. Econ is centered around prediction based on precedent. No one is right all the time. The economic theories Jones is employing are eventually going to crumble. Read my earlier posts about the size and scope.