facts are the facts.
facts are the facts.
The Don returns in 5...4...3...
I'm a huge romo fan so i won't comment because I'm bias.
Loved the article, and it's about time that they wrote something like this. Don't think that it's gonna change much though. Some people just have to have something to ***** about. Haters gonna hate.
The problem i
Sorry...not sure what happened there...
I was going to say that: The problem is you either like Romo or you hate him, there's no in between. The "likers" will always point to the lack of D and running game. The "haters" will always point to the last minute debacles in important games. The guy is an enigma!
I, for one, am a fan and do think that if he had some support from the defense OR the run game, this TEAM can win.
Thanks for sharing...
whatever to this article...win a big game shut up the critics...keep losing the big game the critics keep piling on...it's really that simple
Die hard Atlanta Braves, Dallas Cowboys and New York Knicks fan.
football is a team sport...facts are the facts...this article is full of Romo facts..this team has had problems over the years, but the QB position is the least of my worries.
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Tony Romo -- QB, 2003-present
Who He Is: a player whose every mistake is the lead highlight on SportsCenter, and whose career is remembered more for a dropped snap, trip to Mexico and dating Jessica Simpson. Oh, his 7.9 yards per attempt are sixth ALL-TIME.
Why Romo is Underrated: Don't worry Romo haters, at least Romo's passer rating sucks. It's only 95.6, fifth ALL-TIME. Wait! He's not a "winner." Guessing 55-38 is a horrific record. While the Cowboys have a myriad of issues, be it offensive line, DeMarco Murray's health, or a defense that couldn't stop anyone last year, Romo was not the problem. He's been a solid citizen in Dallas and a very good player, if not great. His most famous miscue -- the dropped snap against the Seattle Seahawks -- was bad. Too bad no one ever mentions the fact that almost no starting quarterbacks in the NFL are ever asked to hold for kicks. If Romo is really as terrible as people say he is, then why don't people hate Quincy Carter, Chad Hutchinson or Drew Henson? Because they stunk.
Interesting Sidenote: An explanation for Romo not being a "Top 100 player" is that he isn't clutch, like an Eli Manning. Take a wild guess who the NFL's active leader in fourth quarter passer rating is ... as in, higher than Brady, Brees, and Eli? Yup, it's Romo.