Good job bringing up pitchers and comparing them to quarterbacks, it just strengthens the point people have pointed out in defense of Romo. Which is that it's a team game and to win games you need other parts of the team to perform other then the QB or pitcher (even if they play good). Ok now lets compare, last year the Dallas Cowboys had an atrocious run game (31st), horrible offensive line, banged up defense, lack of a 3rd WR, and also injuries to key offensive players. On the other hand, T.Romo their scrub of a QB threw for 4,900 yards, 28 TD, 19 Ints, and had a 90.5 rating which put Dallas in the top half of passing offenses (T.Romo had a down year as well!). And people want to put the blame of the 8-8 season on Romo, ok now onto the baseball ... The Chicago White Sox are last place in their division with a record of 37 - 56, they're atrocious and just as horrible as Dallas's offensive line, if that's even possible. They also happen to have a pitcher with the name of Chris Sale. First glance at his W/L and you'll see a mediocre 6-8, hmm he must suck! But then you look a little deeper (must be hard) then that and see his 2.85 ERA (top 15). Well why are they losing still? Maybe because CWS offense is 29th out of 30th! They have only scored 350 runs which only trumps the horrendous Miami Marlins. P.S. - In baseball pitchers aren't judged solely by the W/L columns, just only by narrow minded people. People with some sense look past the W/L columns and look at the reasons why they have the record they do. But I'm sure this doesn't matter, people will always blame the pitcher with a 2.85 ERA over the supporting cast who is the 29th worst offense in the league. Just look at the Dallas Cowboys! People want to put the blame on Romo who's the only reason we're 8-8, but they'll look past our 31st rushing, horrible offensive line, and our banged up defense. Funny stuff.