Originally Posted by DFWJC
Yeah those 2 bad games early (paired with greatness ina win vs the Giants) really dug a big hole...so much that late in the the season those 4-5 great ones just could not overcome.
3-13 without Tony
4-12 at best
Romo was playing poorly the first half of the season. Remember 3-5. I have always said Romo offers the Cowboys the best chance of winning. There are no other options at this point. That doesn't mean he didn't help with that 3-5 record in the first half of the season. The second half of the season, he helped the team go on a winning streak with good play. His play hurt the Cowboys in the Redskins game. There is no need to defend Romo when he is playing bad. It happens to all players. He is not the only QB that could win games in Dallas, but he is the only one on the roster. When a guy turns the ball over three or four times in a game, it is hard to not place blame on him and he deserves it in those situations.