Getting rid of Tony Romo whether it be trading him or just not re-signing him isn't the answer. That won't do anything, but make us a much worse football team. Some people have suggested benching him for Kyle Orton, but how is that supposed to be help? Orton couldn't even beat Tim Tebow last year who was one of the worst starting quarterbacks last season. He's not mobile at all like Romo is and would get destroyed by this joke of an offensive line. People look at his four interceptions yesterday and immediately jump all over him, but none of them were really on him. The first interception Dez Bryant ran a lazy route and as a result the safety jumped in the pass and got the pick. It was very similar the first interception against Chicago at the beginning of the month. When you're a quarterback you expect the receiver to be able to run the route correctly and catch the football. With Dez he's so freaking clueless when it comes to running routes that it often leads to turnovers. The second one Romo did what Eli does so many times which is throw the football up for grabs and give his receiver a chance to make a play. Austin didn't even attempt to make a play. People wonder why Romo doesn't do that more often well that's why he doesn't trust his wide outs to go out there and go get the ball. Look at Eli's first play of the game he did the exact same thing Romo did with Austin except Eli's receiver went up and made a great catch. The third pick was just a phenomenal play by an incredibly athletic defensive linemen in Jason Pierre Paul. He's without question the most athletic defensive lineman in the NFL right now. Maybe the best in general. I guarantee there's not another defensive lineman that would've made that play he made. He has killed the Cowboys so far in his short career. Last season as we remember he blocked a potential game tying field goal and yesterday the big interception returned for a touchdown. The guy is just an incredible football player. Really a mini DeMarcus Ware. The fourth and final interception was just a desperation type play similar to the one in 2007. Romo had to do something and it was picked off. He does have thirteen interceptions on the season, but only about half of them are really on him. The very first pick of the season against the Giants in Week 1, his second pick of the season against Seattle in the next week, the one against Tampa Bay the week after that, then the two desperation picks against Chicago towards the end of the game, than the one against Baltimore. The rest were on his idiot wide recievers for not running their routes correctly and the offensive line for not protecting him. People can blame Tony all they want, but he isn't the problem in Dallas. It's Jerry Jones. The guy is an idiot. He drafted a cornerback and spent 50 million on another one. That's just ********. He should've used that money to get an offensive linemen that can actually block. This line is a joke. Yesterday might've been their worst outing of the season. Romo just kept getting hit and hit and he was forced to throw 62 times. That's way too many. No run game at all without DeMarco Murray. Felix Jones was pathetic. His turnover in the fourth quarter vist us the game. Eli is terrific, but unlike Romo he has adequate pass protection and also a very consistent and reliable receiving core that consistently runs the right routes and doesn't drop the football. The Cowboys wide outs have been really inconsistent when it comes to catching the ball. Dez the guy who was supposed to emerge this season and become a legit superstar has six drops on the season. He has been a huge disappointment. If Eli played for the Cowboys I doubt he'd be anymore successful than Romo has with this idiot receivers. The only reliable one we have is Jason Witten.