This thread is why stats are pointless and used to support whatever agenda the poster wants, and not reality. Sorry, Kahuna.
Further, the comment by someone stating the old school guys will point out Staubach and Aikman over Romo, who the poster thinks is better is obviously from a young blood who wasn't there, or too young to understand perfection.
So, if Troy was behind a Romo line, yada yada yada.
So, if Barry Sanders was behind an Emmitt line....ever defended Emmitt in that argument, youngster?
Teams that accomplish great things have great players, coaches, and front office. Sure they have more talent. That's why they accomplished what they did.
And I am a Romo fan/apologist and think with the right supporting cast he could be greatness and win a championship.
But when you see him toss ducks all over the yard and then make claim he is the best, you never really watched Troy Aikman play, in my opinion.
On his sketchy days he was more accurate than Romo.
And I would love to see the 92 and 93 teams against any of the 9ers or Stealers championship teams.
Those may have been the best football teams ever. The efficiency they exhibited with the way they dispatched the opponent was breathtaking, and started with the accuracy and leadership of Aikman.
Let's not eat our own because this season we're watching smells like an outhouse.
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You've been measured
And you've been found to be a casual fan