Originally Posted by TheCoolFan
The injury-filled defense held one of the top offenses to 21 points, put them in position to come back, AND gave them a chance to win the game. The 200 yards running aside, if you had given me that scenario before the game, I'd have taken it 10/10 times. Unfortunately, our supposedly "elite" and healthy offense choked vs. one of the worst defenses in the NFL.
As for Romo, it's too EASY to confuse him. Remember the EJ Henderson interception in the 2009 playoff game? The game just moves too fast for him, mentally and he gets frantic
LOL...the 250 yard and 3 rushing TD dominance aside. LOL
That was classic.
Romo didnt look too frantic against the Saints throwing for 400 yards and 4 TD's. Or the 400 yard 3 TD game the week before and the one before that.
But wait, those werent big games and those dont count. Bwaaaaa!!!!!