Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by seamus18, Oct 8, 2013.
Thanks in large part to Tony Romo and the Cowboys offense.
If you haven't seen it then you're either not reading or you don't care one way or another. I'm not into the whole going and picking up comments for people and posting them. I know some here like to do that. I don't care one way or another.
There are people on this forum, and other Cowboys forums, and other Cowboys fan outlets who have out right blamed the loss on Romo and Romo alone. It's there. If you care enough about it I'm sure you can find them very easily. If you're like me and it doesn't really matter to you what others know or think then you won't bother.
Either way we're both good cause I don't take offense to anyone elses opinions.
They entered the game at 28th in passing yards allowed. Not exactly a stellar pass defense. Nice try!
And Dallas put them in last place. Teams are also always trying to play catch up because they're behind. That means they have to pass the ball. So debunks that ridiculous theory.
I truly believe Romo had a great game and was not the reason we lost. I also truly believe that Romo was the reason we didn't win. There's a difference, think about it. It happens every week in the NFL that QBs are the reason their team doesn't win. Specifically when they have the ball in their hands at the end of the game and can't produce that winning score to close the game out. We've seen that in the KC and Denver games and the last game against Washington last year.
I've always said this team has no success without Romo, but I've also said with all the success he has he also has the same amount of failures. Equates to mediocre team, mediocre QB. Stats mean nothing when they're no backed up by wins.