Discussion in 'Quarterback Zone' started by MarionBarberThe4th, Jan 2, 2017.
Agreed. Its just something to kid around. Prescott plays until the end.
I sure hope so. I don't want to see the coaches start to panic. That will be disaster.
The biggest issue for the Cowboys is how Garrett manages the games. He is my biggest concern. Prescott can read a defense and make the offense work. No worries about that. Tony is not a viable playoff option...the FO knows it.
Will never happen.
And yes, imo, the chances would be greater of winning with Romo vs NY specifically. But I think we can take them down with Dak anyway.
Dallas in the last 8 games vs the Giants;
with Romo: 5 wins, 0 losses
without Romo: 0 wins, 3 losses.
It's kind of amazing, really.
But the Cowboys if the Giants beat Green Bay (which I think they will not do) then Dallas will just have to beat them with our new young stud, Dak Prescott.
The definition of INSANITY is repeating the same thing and expecting different results. I agree. Bench the rookie since a rookie has never won a championship and this particular rookie has never beaten the giants
That seems arbitrary and not based on a decade of results
And the QB you want to replace him with has never led a team to the NFC Championship Game.
He's never failed with this particular team tho
New year. new team. new opponents.
Romo and dak are both good players. If it wasn't for the social aspect of "benching your stud rookie" however, the best move may be to play romo against the giants if dak can't figure them out
Well Dak has a way to figure it out late in the 4th Quarter. He's done it most of the year. Tony hasn't played at all this year. I don't count that drive last week. Wasn't pressured and wasn't hit and there was no pressure to win. And although this is a new team Tony still has a history of losing playoff games. Not like he has SB rings.
Do you think because romo hasn't won a championship that he CANT won a championship?
Dak may be the best guy for this team. But let's be real. If they're down 16-3 late third quarter against the giants it has to be tony time right?
Not advocating to play Tony, but just fyi,....
Last two home playoff games with Romo, Dallas is 2-0.
I've always thought he's capable if he depends on the running game like he did when Murray was here. When he throws the ball all over the place, that's when he gets into trouble.If we're down 16-3 it's probably over anyway. A QB who hasn't played all year doesn't give me much confidence. I don't know why everyone thinks we're going to get blown out. It hasn't happened this year yet. If we lose it will be close. doubt it will be a blowout.
I just don't see what dak does better than romo besides run with the ball. So with zeke and this 2016 team I can see him having success. Many people seem weirdly opposed to that concept like they just flipped the dak switch in the heads and now it's dak. Dude was our number 3 not too long ago. What if we're sitting on a juggernaut and we'll never know Bc "dak has earned it".
If you want to see Romo start against the giants or packers, then prepare for disappointment because he will not start. You don't take out the QB that has gotten you this far and then ask Romo to make his first start in the playoffs. It's idiotic to think of.
I just don't see why some can't see that the future is now. Tony is an aging injury ridden QB. He's missed the last 2 seasons with injuries. How many seasons do we have to waste hoping he's healed? Yea he can still play if he isn't hurt. But that's the big question. Dak has earned the starter job. If he hadn't taken the league by storm then Tony would be starting. Just don't understand the disrespect Dak gets when we saw what the QBs last year did with this team. It seems like everyone but some Cowboy fans can see this.
I just don't see why some can't see that the future is now. > isn't the future in the future ?
Tony is an aging injury ridden QB. He's missed the last 2 seasons with injuries. How many seasons do we have to waste hoping he's healed? > irrelevant to the thread topic
Yea he can still play if he isn't hurt. But that's the big question. Dak has earned the starter job. If he hadn't taken the league by storm then Tony would be starting. Just don't understand the disrespect Dak gets when we saw what the QBs last year did with this team. It seems like everyone but some Cowboy fans can see this.
He's nailing the gameplan. But he is still limited in his ability to throw the ball. There's a lot of meat on the bone this year
13-3. That's a lot of meat on the bone? All that matters is he's controlling the offense. He's moving the chains. All the stats don't matter. This is a balanced offense . We've had offenses where we've won the stats battle and ended up 8-8. I'm so glad those years are over.