Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Zordon, Oct 10, 2013.
Imagine if Claiborne gave up a TD like Walls did to cost Dallas a trip to the Super Bowl...
this is how I would rank them
lol, enough said... you just have to lol
Aikman is really hard to rank and judge because he really never had to do much here besides hand the ball off.
ouch, I shudder
Yup, that's how Irvin got into the HOF. By Troy handing him the football.
Where does this stuff come from? I mean, seriously, I don't understand it.
Yes he will. Not by the Romo haters he won't, but by the real Cowboys fans he will.
Staubach, Aikman.......drop off....Romo.....enormous drop off....White, Dandy Don
One big disadvantage that Tony has with the other QBs is that they had Tom Landry and Jimmy Johnson as head coaches and he has had Wade Phillips and Jason Garrett. That's huge.
A fan who appreciates success would not rank romo ahead of roger, aikman. A fan who is more concerned with regular season stats instead of superbowls might.
Yes and no IMO. Yes, in that Coach Landry and Jimmy were oriented towards very balanced Offenses. They played much more into Field Position and other concepts that lend themselves towards helping the Defense but not necessarily providing the Offense with more opportunities.
No in that Tony, under Phillips and Garrett, not so much. Basically, while not as accomplished coaches, Tony has benefited from having much more control over the Offense then he would ever have had under Jimmy or Coach Landry and much more opportunity to throw. Statistically, it's helped him a lot IMO.
I put the order in chronological order. That is just to confuse the discussion of who was the best.
The only reason I put Romo at the top is because the Cowboys don't have the other four.
And the other four did not have the teams that Romo plays on, and Romo has not played on teams that those other greats played with. But all of them played, and are playing for the Dallas Cowboys.
You are right about that. But as far as wins and losses go, it's the other way around.
Well the question was "how" would you rank them so I suppose chronologically is just as good as any.
Everson did pick off two of Montana's passes that day and almost had a third.
You can't compare what happened between times. There is no way to say which of those greats are the best. But, it's really nice to have the one that we have.
The problem with Romo is that...he wastes to much time with Candice! Romo's mind is not right, now. He has no smarts, he is rich, and, he is the QB of the Dallas Cowboys! Stay away from him...