Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Boyz981, Sep 9, 2014.
Sure didn't seem like it.
Aren't they one of the youngest teams in the league?
The drafting has been solid.
Check any of the ranking sites...
heres first two that popped up from google
I believe you. Just didn't seem like it.
In defense of Garrett, does he ever get in anyone's face? It's not a bias for Romo. His reaction to any play, good or bad, is to stare off into space like a zombie and clap.
What Romo has needed is good coaching, someone to "keep him on the reservation" as Parcells would say. Those who have said that Romo is treated as an equal here are 100% correct and that is exactly the problem.
That's the major issue. By defending Garrett so much and trying everything to protect himself from admitting the blunder he made, he ruined Romo's career. His career will go down as "what could have been". Romo has taken such a beating all this time, if it weren't for his ability to keep plays alive, who knows how much worse it could have been.
The problem with Romo is he is too nice. He should have been in Jerry's face threatening that is Garrett was still around, he's signing somewhere else.
He needs someone like Manziel sitting behind him so he knows that if he doesn't perform, there's a fallback option.
Like Manziel??? Manziel is riding the pine in Cleveland of all hell holes.
If Jerry was ever going to pull the trigger on a 1st round QB, he would not have
invested 100mil in his "Romo **********"... Just the facts, man.
I wish he had...
Manziel riding the pine in Cleveland has caused their starting QB to really step up his game.
If I could like this times a million I would.
Things that MR. Fix it let fall by the way side at camp cupcake and things Ginger could never say if he wanted to.
This coaching regime went from Parcells to Jones in the few years Parcells said it would.
Boyz981 but JG has no leadership of this team.
I wish he did sign somewhere else
That may be one of the biggest sins in Jerry's tenure is how he completely wasted the career of a franchise QB. I truly believe that with the right coaching, Romo could have had a similar career to Kurt Warner. Maybe that praise is too high but I really feel the guy had the tools to be special (which he was except for post season wins).
But while Romo's career may not have been what a fan like me wanted, it was everything Jerry could have hoped for; Romo was more an investment than QB. He got his "relevance" and sold a lot of seat licenses to fill his brick and mortar tribute to his ego.
Here's a shocker- I absolutely agree with you! The reason is I think Romo is the ultimately competitor and I think he responds to challenges so I think having Manziel behind Tony would've been the best thing in the world for him. I also think he would've fought back any challenge by Manziel for a couple of years which would've made a perfect transition.