All week long I have read and heard how Romo, lately, doesn't look like Romo. I listen to the Ticket in Dallas and Bob Sturm has went out of his way to berate Tony for being gun shy and not holding the ball longer. His point, if Romo held the ball a bit longer he could complete those passes he's now throwing away. But...before I go on, here is Romo being "gun shy." I wonder how many of these hits Romo should take to satisfy Sturm and other critics? Bob and others have said, "forget the QB rating," he's just not hanging in there. Well here are some interesting stats from the Detroit-Dallas game. Stafford "when not pressured" was 33-41 with a TD and a QB rating of 95.1 Romo "when not pressured was" 14-20 with 3 TD and QB rating of 139.6 Stafford "was pressured" on 7 throws in 48 attempts. That's "1 in ever 6.8 attempts." Romo "was pressured" on 10 of 30 attempts. That's "1 in every 3 attempts." Proving that QB pressures do matter: When pressured Stafford was 1-7 for 6 yards When pressured Romo was 1-10 for 1 yard. Worse about Detroit's pressure, it nearly all came up the middle. That's the hardest to get away from. Suh and Farley alone hit or pressured Romo 6 times. What amazing is how Tony was not sacked? Stats courtesy of PFF..