Originally Posted by Rack Bauer
BS. It's a team sport. If Romo plays lights out and we lose it doesn't make it his fault.
Unfortunately it will be his fault. I just saw on our favorite network ESPN they asked Adam Schefter and Merril Hoge what this game means to Romo and both said this is the most important game of his career and if he wins a lot of the questions about his playoff record and failures in December/division clinching games will go away but if he loses those questions will still be there.
It is very unfair but I also sort of agree because at some point Romo is just going to have to win these games to shut these people up whether it's his fault or not. The coaching staff and the rest of the team really need to do their job to the max come Sunday night to help Romo. It's almost like this has gone on long enough and it's time for others to step up like they did against Cincy and Pittsburgh and not rely on Tony to bail us out.