Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Gus, Oct 6, 2013.
That is all.
Go away, troll.
Where's the dislike button?
its easy when you arent looking at Garrett. Every qb makes a mistake and his team helps him. ROmo makes a mistake and Garrett crumbles.
Good post. You should write for a blog or something.
We took on the best team in the league thats head and shoulders above anyone, took punches in the mouth and fell to bad luck. Watch how other teams do against them this season.
Yeah. Throwing for over 500 yards and 5 TDs. Carrying the team on his back with absolutely no help from his defense. Then he finally throws his second pick of the season at the end of game 5 and he sucks. Only Romo could be the villain after leading his team to 48 points. Reminds me of when the threw 4 TDs and 0 picks against the giants and lost. The defense blew a 12 point lead with five minutes left and Romo was the goat. Some fans are absolutely clueless.
How can anyone defend him. Haven't we've seen his before? He is what he is and the great ones win these games.
Same movie, same ending!!
Ooh, it's so exciting to see a QB throw for 500 yards--and lose! Ahhh, remember the days of 12 for 28 and 250 yards and a great running game...really miss that...
It's not that Romo a threw a INT.... in essentially what is the story of Tony Romo's career, it's <when> he threw the INT.
The QB that will never win anything that matters, ever.
Because we know football and you are just a troll.
Wrong......the great ones usually have some semblance of defense. This team goes nowhere w/o Romo. This team has lost 2 straight because of the ineffectiveness of the defense. Teams win as teams and never blame a single player over a loss. Had this defense stopped Peyton a couple of drives, Dallas would have won....as a team. They lost as a team with 98% of the blame going to defense.
romo got me 54 points today. that is all.
As long as we win.
Because he was far and away the number one reason we had the ball with a chance to win it at the end?
That will do for starters.
I always love laughably silly statements like the bolded, where people come up with some completely vague and arbitrary criterion, and then imagine that every great quarterback would have met it. And of course, it's never followed by a wit of evidence to support, either.
I respectfully ask you, how many more times do we need to see Romo make a critical, game-altering miscue before we say he ' is what he is'? That is what I am questioning here...I just believe that we have seen the best of his QB skills at this time.
You're right.......That is all I'll ever have to read your tripe. Darn, my ignore list is building again!
Were we winning?
Tony Romo's lone interception Sunday was the 23rd fourth-quarter interception of his career. The Cowboys have lost each of the last eight games in which Romo has thrown a fourth-quarter interception, with six of those eight losses coming by seven points or less.
....timing is everything...