Originally Posted by randy932
Not this tired old myth.
Romo led his team to the playoffs twice in high school, they promptly lost each time.
Romo led his team to the playoffs twice in college, they promptly lost both times.
Romo led his team to the playoffs once with a HOF coach in the NFL, and they promptly lost.
Romo led his NFL team to the NFL playoffs twice more and both times lost quickly, finally winning one game against the overmatched Eagles.
In the last two years, Romo led his team to a win or go home final game of the season, they went home both times.
Yet, the Romo worshippers refuse to believe that Romo is what history has shown repeatedly he truly is, a Jonah, a coach killer, a lifelong loser when the chips are truly down.
[View Full Quote]The Romopologists think that he needs a different coach, or better teammates or a better system. He has proven he will lose regardless of how good of a coach he has, whatever scheme he is in, and in spite of having 12 pro-bowlers surrounding him.
This is not opinion. This is undeniable facts.
That left a mark.
We can defend Romo with our hearts all we want, but he has to prove it on the field in something other than stats. He has to make players, coaches, and even fans believe that he can actually come through in the clutch.
Until he can do this, he is still the biggest question mark on this team.