Originally Posted by noshame
If Romo plays consistant football all season long, the rest will take care of itself. Then he'd be regarded as a top tier QB, instead of just a good one who shows flashes and then shows flushes.
How so? How will Romo's play make the pass rush "take care of itself"?
How will Romo's play make the coverage "take care of itself"?
How will Romo's play make the run D "Take care of itself"?
The answer: It doesn't.
There isn't a magical force coming from QB's that make other aspects of the team "take care of itself". Romo has to do his job and the rest of the team have to do their job. They are separate entities, not intertwined.