LoL you got me, I forgot about the Giants playoff game.
But we'll start from the beginning, the Seahawks game. In what is widely considered the toughest place to play in the NFL, with the game on the line, he marched his team down and put them in a position to win. Obviously a TD would've been nice, but they only needed a FG. Regardless of him dropping the hold has nothing to do with the argument. As the QB he put his team in a position to win. Forget about the fact that Parcells refused to attack the Seahawks secondary that was weak.
We'll go to the Giants game next since it was his next playoff game and I neglected to mention it
A few bullet points on this one. A lengthy drive before the 1st half ended with a Cowboys score, and the Giants responded and got a score of their own in less then a minute, demoralizing. Then we had the famous Patrick Crayton drop on a wide open pass, and then again Crayton not running all the way through his route. People can point to the INT to end the game all they want, but that was a 4th and 11 desperation heave. Sure he didn't lead the Cowboys to victory, but sometimes other guys need to do their part as well. This loss isn't on Romo.
All he had to do was manage the Eagles game? So we'll give him no credit for the win because he didn't have to win it. Felix Jones' 73 yard TD run made it 34-7. That more so put the game away rather then was the driving force.
Vikings... Oy vey lol. This game just sucked on all accounts, we already went over this. Maybe you didn't say he lost it, but what I was getting at was basically the way it went down, there was no way the Cowboys were gonna win this one, even with Roger the dodger QBing the team.
So to get to your point that at some point in time a QB must carry his team in the playoffs, I agree to an extent, I just dont agree that Romo has failed to answer the bell. There is only so much one guy can do. It takes an entire team to win.
For arguments sake, if Crayton had ran all the way through his route and caught that TD pass late in the Giants game, would that mean Romo carried his team in that playoff game? Even though he threw the same exact pass just that someone else actually helped him?
I'm sorry I was so condescending, but it's tough dealing with people who just spew blind hatred for the guys just because that's the perception. If people can't see just how much carrying Romo does, then I question their football knowledge.
Also, a lot of Romo's playoff experience came early on his career. I think we can all agree that he's matured a lot as a player. It sucks that the Cowboys have been in such disarray that he hasn't had the opportunity to atone for it.