Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Gus, Oct 6, 2013.
Numbers Never Lie @ESPN_Numbers
Peyton Manning has NEVER thrown an INT in 4th qtr of a tied game. Since Tony Romo entered the league, he’s thrown an NFL-high 5.
You mean like Tom Brady, who threw an INT deep in Cincy territory to end the game yesterday? You mean like Peyton Manning, who famously threw a late INT that ended the Super Bowl against NO? You mean like Aaron Rodgers, who just last week threw a late interception to let Cincy back in the game and then failed on his last drive, throwing incompletion after incompletion?
"The great ones win these games" is the laziest and weakest possible argument; not surprised you used it.
That is a very interesting stat.
How many come from behind, game winning drives, has Romo had to win the game?
I'd like to see what that number is up against this 5.
Hmmm, interesting that all those QBs you listed have won Super Bowls...
Not at all. I chose them because they had and because they are the "great ones" who you claimed always win in those situations. (And their teams won Super Bowls; they didn't personally win them).