I knew that my saying something good about Drew Henson from Saturday would upset some folks. I had no idea it would nearly cause mass suicide. I did not mean to imply (as some seem to think) that Tony Romo is a bust. My observation was that he threw almost all soft passes and that when he threw it hard there was a noticable difference between him and the other 2 QBs. I stand by that. Donovan McNabb is often bashed on this site for throwing all dump off passes or lob passes. The general opinion is that when he has to gas it he loses accuracy and becomes a liability. I have not pushed this theory here because I happen to like McNabb a bit. That's my opinion and I have a right to express it. I see the exact same tendency in Romo, but with less zip on the ball. This concerns me. Understand that I am very opinionated on QBs. I want a QB who can do it all. Obviously, at this point I do not know that either of our young guns can or cannot fit this hope of mine. As it stands right now, based solely on what I saw with my own eyes, one of them can. I am truly sorry if that opinion hurts someone's feelings. I feel that over the course of my battles on QBs I have been pretty consistent with my praise and my criticisms. Am I picky? Of course I am. I wondered if my opinion was too harsh given the reactions. I did my best to explain why I was not impressed by an 8 out of 10 performance. It fell on deaf ears. In truth I wasn't that surprised, but it clearly went further than I expected. I decided to seek an opinion from someone I respect very much on whether I was being rash on his arm strength. This is my question to him. Understand he is a journalist who sometimes reads this site, but whose opinion I value. "At the game in warmups and in the game I was not impressed with Tony Romo's arm. His accuracy was good, but the velocity was poor. You've seen more of him than I have. Am I off base?" This is his answer. "Yeah I've never really thought Romo's arm was his strong point. I mean, there were reasons he went undrafted. I think he tries to make up for it with craftiness and "moxie" as they say, but who knows if it'll work." Now, I know some people are going to scream "mediot" and some may even claim I respect him because he shares my agenda. I can't govern the reactions. I just thought I'd share with you what he felt since he was not part of the "conspiracy trio to slight Tony Romo." He did not attend the game with us or the guys from CF.com. He's seen more of him than all of us have. I do not have an agenda against Tony Romo. If he sticks around that's great. If he ends up cut at some point I believe it will be exactly for the reasons I stated. It is simply too hard to hide flaws in the NFL. Having said that I wish him well the rest of this year. I am rooting for him. Even when critical of a player I still root for them as long as they wear this uniform. That will never change. I wish I felt that some who were critical of my agenda the last few days held the same view. I'd be less than honest if I said I think they want Drew Henson to succeed. I don't believe they do. Too much has been said by them to ever make me think otherwise.