Romo's been bitten a lot this year by WRs running wrong routes and, especially, by them making wrong adjustments in the routes. Anybody who believes otherwise just doesn't understand what's happened on those plays.
That said, none of the picks against WAS looked to be on the WRs to me. The first looked like a poor throw. The second was a poor throw in part because he wasn't able to step into it (it was a really badly thrown ball, regardless), and the third he obviously didn't see the coverage. The drop by fletcher was also behind Witten and would have been an easy pick of a poorly thrown ball had it been caught.
Re: him talking to his WRs after a pick, people need to be careful about leaping to conclusions when they see a camera shot of two players talking. You've got no idea what's being said, so it's pointless to get worked up about it just because you don't like the outcome of a play.
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