If you can, go back and watch some of those early games with Romo. He absolutely was more of a scrambler and he did break the pocket much more then he does now. Now, he almost never does that but in the beginning, he did. Go back and look at his game stats. He was never a guy who would rush for 100 yards a game but he was a guy who would take advantage of the defense and run. In 3 of his first 4 seasons, he ran for over 100 yards but in the last 4 seasons, he hasn't broken 50 yards a seasons. He doesn't run much anymore and he looks much slower then he did before and that's saying something because he was never all that fast. His body is deteriorating is the point. He's not the same guy he was when he was 26. It's only natural. Vick is definitely not the same player as he was when he was young. There is no question about that IMO. To say that the three QBs you named are having the best seasons of their careers might be true but what does that have to do with the fact that their bodies are breaking down? One has nothing to do with the other. One is about experience and how you can apply it now that you've gained that experience and the other is about longevity and how long you have left. Two different issues all together.