Originally Posted by Fastphilly
Your argument of using Aikman's road playoff record as opposed to Romo's has flaws.
Aikman's loss in San Francisco was against a "Bought Pro Bowl Team" that was unstoppable that year and if I remember correctly damn near came back late in the second half having to throw all game because of the early three tunovers.
The other road loss I remember was against a good Carolina Panthers Dom Capers defensive team and his offensive line was a shambles in that game and took a punishment.
I would think that the fact that Troy himself was playing on a virtual all-star team with one of the best offensive lines ever assembled would hep counteract that. We don't know how this Redskin loss will look until the playoffs are over, but surely you remember they Romo has twice been knocked out by the eventual Super Bowl champs.