Which is still trying tom absolve specific individuals and elevate their play via numbers. I don't agree with trying to justify one player over the team. I am reminded so often this is a team sport. Romo's defenses indicates this has an agenda. I don't agree with that agenda. Because when someone mentioned the turnovers by Romo in 2007, the immediate excuse was, Dallas was throwing a lot more long balls. Either they win and lose as a team, or not. I'd suggest Romo has as big a hand ion both wins and loses as anyone else.