Originally Posted by CowboyFan74
As bad as the O-line is we can't afford Romo's "Miscues" if we want to go deep into the post season much less see one. I'm glad more and more people are starting to notice that Romo is inaccurate when it matters, like when a receiver beats a defender, when it's 3rd down, and when the game is on the line.
And now it seems every game as of late when Romo does hit an open receiver that has beat a defender, (Namely Dez more often than not,) the receiver has to slow down or stop and wait for the ball breaking stride and losing the ground he once gained on the defender when if he got the ball in stride it would have gone to the house...
But I digress, Romo is the best scrambler I've seen in a long time. Just wish he was accurate when it mattered...
Que the Stat Police in 5...4....3.....2...
Please don't misunderstand what I am saying here.
Because Romo won the game in the second half when the defense stopped the Browns.
That TD to Dez was something of beauty.
I think external circumstances affect his play by cutting the time down for him to make a play. I also believe the team surrounding him, specifically some receivers, cannot keep up with the cat and mouse game of audibles Romo plays and the adjustments the defense makes on any given play.
I'm also not saying Father Time has caught up to Tony, yet.
Just pointing out the landscape we're current on, and asking does this team have the time with this quarterback to wait on Opie to get a clue, and Jerry "Tie-Breaker" Jones to fix the line?