I was slow on the uptake with Romo. Having been a walk-on, I wanted to see something other than just flash. I wanted substance. As I stated in a post a few weeks ago, I believe in Romo. These interceptions do not deter my belief. And here's why. The steady argument for Romo back in the day was he made the plays and the stats. Stats have always been a huge argument for him. He had the stats to be an elite QB. So now the management has surrounded him with Austin, who is a very solid WR. Dez, who is solid at times but woefully inadequate when having to think on the fly. And Ogletree, who is perhaps smarter than Dez but loses focus. The offensive line cannot adequately protect him and the running game has been non-existent. So let me see if I have this right. Romo is carrying the team by himself with two WR's that cannot guarantee they will be in the right spot or that they will catch the ball consistently. Now factor in Romo is running for his life on nearly all plays and there is no running game to keep the defense honest. And he still damn near beat the defending Super Bowl champs. Yep, this is surely Romo's fault. Climb off the ledge. This is the problem of the people that run this team fielding scrubs and knuckleheads for players and thinking the best player on the team can do it by himself. Can we please go back to the days when everyone thought I was a Romo hater and defended him like he was their kid brother?