Discussion in 'Artwork Zone' started by theebs, Sep 1, 2006.
Here it is
In case you haven't heard, any quarterback should be able to make that play by their 4th year.
All I can say is WOW! You occasionally see that kind of play by other teams, but not the Cowboys.
BTW the pass rush on that play was alarming. Two guys came in from the right side (Tony's right) completely untouched and one other guy got through almost untouched.
yep I am waiting for someone to say he should have hit copper in stride for a touchdown.
A real NFL quarterback would have.
Just the way they planned it
Romo got a lucky bounce but it's still a great play.
It was a 6 man rush with a 4 WR set....what do you expect? Witten was wide open. If the snap wouldn't have been high he would have hit him immediately for a 10 yard gain.
Wow! Ya gotta love a QB who can scramble, AND throw a great pass! This guy makes me feel very good about the future of this organization. Now, if he can learn not to make so many Favre-like mistakes, then we really have something. I know he had 2-3 ints. Were all his fault, or did he have some skip off of his WR's hands?
Any way you look at it, once he is The Man, he will bring an added dimension we haven't had here since Roger. (I know Carter could scramble, but he had too many deficiencies).
Romo was amazing on that play.
u know its coming.
I don't know any QB who can throw a tight spiral, while on the run, that accurately gets to the reciever.
good stuff!!!!!! I like the fact that he can avoid the pressure and still make the play!!!!
Well, he was playing against scrubs and no names.
Who was that #26 trailing in the play? Antoine Winfoster? Winchester? Winfield? Is that his name? Antoine Winfield?
Yeah it was dave winfield....
great play.... brings backs memories of Roger back there.
Romo Cop is awesome. You heard it here first, he is Romo Cop. Write that down.
What happens to Bledsoe on that play if it were him?
I think most everyone likes Romo and wants him to do well and be the future for us. I don't see why it's so antagonizing to you that some people are just waiting until he actually plays in a real game and shows he can do it over time before we pencil him in as our franchise QB.
I'm very encouraged by Romo and thought he played very well for the most part last night when he played within himself and the system. I certainly hope he can carry it over when he gets his real shot.
His play reminds me of how good Matt Hasslebeck used to look for Green Bay when he played in the pre-season for 2 or 3 years.
I think we all are fans of the same team.
bump for anyone wanting to see the video
One thing that Romo has is the ability to throw on the run. So many QBs have trouble doing that by throwing off their back foot.