Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by BrAinPaiNt, Sep 7, 2014.
I'm sure we will, what I saw was a QB being indecisive and just making poor reads. As for deep ball he was holding on to long before releasing the ball which is why the WR has to stop. If he releases it sooner he can then put the ball out front. You say game 5 I expect Romo to play well this coming game.
Lest we forget, last night he was surrounded by arguably the best offense (talent wise) in the NFL, at the very least a top 3 unit. Soooo.........
No those guys didn't all win SBs. And that's a strawman and not the argument I was making. All QBs have some sucky games. Most athletes have some days that are very subpar for them. Injury, illness, hungover, yada all account for some. Others are just the bounces of the ball and some are just Alexander's very very bad day or combinations thereof.
I don't know if it was his worse game, but it wasn't good.I still think the last time we played the 49ers in 2011 was the best game he ever played.The one where he broke a rib, and punctured his lung, that was impressive.
You don't bench Romo, that is crazy.
So, that was a topic in your thesis for a Masters, huh?
Statistically, it wasn't his worst game.
However, from watching the entire game it was by far the worst that he's ever looked although the stats won't speak volumes to that.
It was the first time I felt that he wasn't JUST making boneheaded mistakes, but that his talent was also diminishing before our very eyes.
I remember Troy throwing 5 picks against the Giants once. Can't remember the year, but do recall he was throwing to no name receivers.
He looked physically unable to perform yesterday.
dont remind me. I was at that game.
imma go take my pills now *shudders and shakes*
Physically? I didn't notice that. What are you refferring to?
I saw Willis on something & he said he couldn't believe Tony threw that.
So Murray didn't give the niners 7 of their 28 points? I understand you're basically ignoring the first scoring play of the game, but I can't. The first job of a running back is to NOT fumble the ball.
Romo stunk. I'm not arguing that. I do think the majority of the offense had some level of hand in that stinkfest out there. Smith had a couple of penalties and a sack that was him getting his feet tangled on a stunt. Witten had his normal false start. Harris ran a couple of wrong routes and nearly fumbled two punts. Romo was the main culprit but pretty much everyone on the offense had a hand in it.
Well he does have a history of padding his stats against lesser opponents so there's always that.
Yeah, I'm 100% certain that you can't find anything factual to back this up.
All QBs tend to play better vs "lesser opponents" than they do vs better opponents. Show us that Romo's variance is greater than that of other QBs.
That's a job for the stat nerds to quabble over bucko...
So you made the proclamation with absolutely nothing to back it up. Thought so.
just based on the eye test, it's the worst I've seen him play
I don't even care about the stats