Mans, womans, beleaguered fans, wards of the courts and astute football analists: I half been reading in that thoughtful manner I half and half been considering all the viewpoints about Tony Romo, eternal gunslinger, who, as he half told us many times "has to do better." One thing that half stopped me cold is his defenders admonishing the nonbelievers that one game does not define Romo. They is correct. One game (Sunday's) does not define Romo. It half been his whole career in Dallas that define him. He thows into doublel and triple coverage. He half 5 pix days and he tells us in the press conference that he will correct things and, as usual, that he has to do better. But he doesn't and he regresses. So to repeat: one game against the 49ers does not define Romo. It is his whole frigging career in Dallas that half defined him. He will never take us to another playoff game. He will never be as good and as consistent as Danny White. He does not learn the basics of not thowing into a herd of defenders. He is just a walkon QB that has showed us why he was undrafted and now has victimized a proud team. I just wanted to get that off my astute and voluminous mind before it explode.