Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by cowboys19, Oct 30, 2006.
the other QB's in the league?
why dont you tell us?:starspin
Yesterday I think that Romo looked very, very good in comparison to the other Qb's in the league. Even though he got down early and threw an early INT which could have sealed our fate he kept his poise as if it never happened and responded by taking us down the field and picking apart one of the better D's in the NFL. He by no standards looked as if he was making his first ever NFL start and rather had the look of a veteran who has been playing in the league for years.
It's pretty amazing that yesterday Romo made Delhomme look like the Qb who was making his first career NFL start.
I'm still very, very impressed by his performance and hopes that he only continues to get much better.
I'd give him a top 10 performance for this week.
Romo faired well in comparisons with other QB's around the NFL, hence the Raiders, 49ers etc....
A top 10 performance this week IMO, but every dog has its day. Consistency is what separates the good, the bad and the ugly. Every team in the league has some "real" film on him now and they will make their adjustments, according to his strengths and weaknesses. He definitely looks confident in the pocket and obviously has a good feel for the pass rush. Some of his passes tend to float on deeper routes, but that's just Romo...he is what he is. He needs to get the plays in quicker though and manage the clock better like Parcells said. Personally, I'd like for him to show more command at the LOS. He's like our General out there and he should act like it...sound off!...make sure your OL can hear you. If your receiver drops the ball reassure him...clap your hands...if you make a bad throw point to yourself...be a leader!
I know he can improve...just not sure how much.
Top five performance based on the results and it was his first start!
it doesnt matter as long as he plays better than the guy he replaced here
Better than some, about the same as a couple, and worse than three.
I compare him to the other QB's that led their teams to a "W"