Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by DallasDW00ds0n, May 30, 2014.
No you're just a Homer, it's ok to know your God isn't a God. Go cry now
This is how you know you lost....Count me Romo's rings, now count me those other QB's. It's ok, your favorite player isn't who you think he is. You are obviously hurt, lol
Just get over it man, Romo is known for this. Stats or no Stats, he does this in the biggest games, don't cry.
I'd rather have Romo as 'my god' than ufcrules. You've latched onto that teat like you got bit by a rattlesnake and you think it's got the antidote in it.
Hey, it's all good brew, you don't have to admit you're wrong, everyone here can see it for themselves.
No, I think the argument was about the other QBs that throw interceptions in the 4th quarter. And someone showed you that the greats do it with the same frequency as Romo. Count me Eli's rings and I don't want him as my QB either.
So you admit Romo is your God? That explains it all. hahaha
No wonder you come to your mans defense so quick, ok my bad. Won't diss your God/Man.
He's the best ok? Don't come after me over some internet comments about him.
See that's the problem, you all are so in love with the player, and not the team. If someone told me we could have Eli, and he brought us 2 rings vs Romo's 0. Sorry Ill take Eli.
Romo is cool and all, but isn't about the player, I want trophies for this team.
See that is the problem. It's a team game and Eli has had the better team and it shows more and more each year. Are you backing Eli now?
Which brings us back to the whole thing that Romo has done his part, but the rest of the team hasn't. How can you not see that Romo is not the problem? That baffles me. But you can support a guy the throws 27 picks last year and had an career passer rating of 80? What gives?
We all want the Lombardi. Especially for a guy like Romo.
Alright, so it was never Romo's fault? ok got you, I understand now.
It's funny when a Romo hater tries to dabble in the art of stats, gets embarrassed, and runs back to fake stats (rings). How embarrassing.
No he has his faults, I'm not saying that he doesn't. We can agree to disagree. have a good one!
Ok I already told your Brother, Romo is the best. What do you homers want from me? You and your brother can be happy, and watch Romo highlights, he's the best
Alright bro...good chat
Yeah I know right.
I see you loving the Mya pic.....at least I made your night
We don't have a true leader. And that's one of the issues.
My conclusion was simply that football is a team sport. It is narrow-minded to state that one person loses any given game. Sure, some may own more responsibility than others, but ultimately, the onus falls on the entire team...Defense, Offense, Special Teams - they are all culpable in a loss. I'm not going to engage in a discussion that attempts to weigh said responsibility; that, in my mind, is a waste of time and energy. But I do take issue with a person making blanket statements such as: "Romo can't win 9 games," as though he is a tennis player, where that statement would actually make sense. I use to be a much more passionate Romo-defender, but over the years, I have backed away from most discussion's, because to a certain degree, many of the arguments have merit. The aforementioned, however, does not.
Here is my argument against Romo: He doesn't have the same arm strength or deep accuracy he used to and at his age he's not going to get that back. He is not nearly as elusive as he used to be and for the same age reason, that won't come back either. Finally, while there is no tangible data to back this statement up, I honestly think marriage life and fatherhood as cooled his competitor's fire...and barring divorce, I don't see that coming back - not that I would wish that on him...I wish him all the best in that regard. It is for that reason, that I am ready for the next QB, even if that means we have to go through growing-pains to develop the next Cowboys QB. That is also why I take issue with some of the ignorance that is spouted off about him losing games. If you think he is bad, just wait for life without Romo. It will get worse before it get's better. And I'd hate for these same Romo-haters to start calling for the next QB because life with Romo has rendered them spoiled and without patience.
Sighting leaders from an outsiders perspective is a bit difficult, but I would say Sean Lee could fill that role...not sure how well he will do that from the sidelines, though.
I do think he was a defensive leader but since he saw sidelined much of the last 2 seasons, it didn't really help. Hard to be a leader as a player when you are not on the field with your peers.
Offensively, I'm not seeing any leaders. Romo is not like a Brady. I don't see his group following him. Dez will never be a leader. Hopefully someone can step up on our young OL.
Its really this simple.
Romo is a great QB.
Romo is a flawed QB.
Depends on the particular game he is playing that day.
Romo is an enigma.
Everyone that wants to praise him or destroy him can find legitimate reasons to back their claims up.