I'd really be interested to see what Romo could do if he were allowed to call all the plays. He's a very instinctive player and has been amazing in no-huddle situations. I don't know if that would translate well as far as calling plays for an entire game, but I do know that I trust his feel for the game much more than I do Garrett's.
"I just always feel that he's going to find a way to win the game…He has evolved into a great, great leader of the team...He is the total package."
Roger Staubach about Tony Romo
"They're a talented group with a great quarterback, and they're well on their way."
Troy Aikman on the Cowboys and Tony Romo
But what do Roger and Troy know about great quarterbacking, talent, leadership, and winning anyway?