Originally Posted by TheCount
I think one of Romo's biggest strengths is also one of his biggest weaknesses - he never gives up on a play.
The guy could never be a "game manager" type QB. If you're going to win a game, Romo is probably going to be a key part of it... which also means sometimes when you lose, he's a big part of that as well.
I agree at times he trys to do too much, Romo himself has said he has to do a better job of not trying to do too much. He is capable of doing that heck he had 10 ints on the season last year vs 31 TD passes he can limit his mistakes.
On the other end he has players who need to run their routs and execute the way it is drawn up. Guys have to be able to make sight adjustments so that they are on the same page with Romo. We can sit here and put it all on Romo but fact is he can't run the routs for his WR.