Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Wolfpack, Jun 26, 2014.
Winner right out the gate
One of Jerry's greatest hires. I have no idea why Parcells didn't retain this guy.
Jimmy Johnson 2.0
Danny White, Darren Woodson, Bill Bate and Michael Irvin all come to mind
I read the thread title and Hostile and Risen Star immediately came to mind.
The ol "fall down and get up uncovered" cheap score RZ offense. Felt like I was watching the old Disney flick "Little Giants" when seeing that. Just WOW.
Why do you believe so? If anything, I always felt Romo and Brees have very similar skill sets though Brees has the stronger arm/better deep ball.
When Jerry comes down on him too hard he can just pull out a 55 gallon bag of weed and go to town and be happy.
My point is... I don't trust that Romo can do what Brees did in playoffs... Super bowl run...win.
The Favre thing.
Fair point. I'm a Romo fan but not above acknowledging the late game blunders @ times. My main gripe with Romo is the 'win or go home' games. At the conclusion of his career, he will have to answer to that and why I really hope he can win a SB to rid (or @ least distance himself) from that label.
I think you're probably right, though I think Romo is actually more talented than Brees. Tony isn't a guy who fits into and knows how to run a system like Brees. Certainly similar arm talent, but I think Tony is a far better playmaker than Brees ever has been/will be.
I'd have to go with Sean Payton.
[Future, post: 5584387, member: 2992"]I think you're probably right, though I think Romo is actually more talented than Brees. Tony isn't a guy who fits into and knows how to run a system like Brees. Certainly similar arm talent, but I think Tony is a far better playmaker than Brees ever has been/will be.[/quote]
Actually, I think running the system is one of his greatest strengths.
I think part of the problem is he is locked into the system and when a receiver runs wrong route or breaks off too soon or too late. That's a wrap! He needs to maybe do, as you said, be a playmaker more. Instead of Always trusting system/players.
Under better circumstances... Dan Reeves
"i.e." someone else who wanted all the credit.
futuristically --Sean Lee
I almost added that name in my response but then remembered this is 2014.