I understand this is the wrong forum, but thought perhaps since some here seem to be brooding over this win and venting at other fans of this team, maybe an article that reverses the mojo that has held Tony back in their eyes would be healing. I'm skeptical. ************************************** http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-s...-12-time-tony-romo-credit-072946356--nfl.html Fifth Quarter, Week 12: It’s time to give Tony Romo some credit at last I admit it. I was wrong about Tony Romo. Look, you have no idea how hard it is to admit this. For most of the last decade, Tony Romo has been the go-to punchline, a shorthand joke for permanently unfulfilled potential, for mediocrity personified. (Before Sunday's win, Dallas was 133-133 since 1997, and 8-8 the last two seasons.) The fact that he played for the Cowboys, the team everybody loved to hate before the Patriots grabbed that mantle? So much the better. But take another look. Yes, Romo has some high-profile screwups and the playoff pedigree of a dizzy badger. But his problem is that he seems to screw up the worst when the spotlight is the brightest. He's actually got the highest QB rating, 101.5, among active quarterbacks in the fourth quarter. He's got a nigh-unbelievable 25-6 record in November...... Take Sunday's victory over division rival New York. Romo wasn't great, but he was good enough to win. He orchestrated a final drive that put Dallas in position to win and keep pace with Philadelphia for the division lead. Dallas fans won't admit it, but they surely watched that final drive with fear in their hearts, knowing that this was the perfect moment for Romo to gift-wrap the game for the opposition.