The Steelers game in Dec, 2008 was similar to last weeks game against Philly. The Cowboys would have been sitting in great position had they won that game. They were leading and Romo proceeded to melt down in the 4th quarter. He had 4 turnovers in that game and played his worst football with the game on the line. The Cowboys entered the game 8-5. Had they won and the final 3 games of the season played out the way they did with the team going 1-2, the Cowboys would have won the division with a 10-6 record. The loss to the Steelers resulted in a season finale elimination game vs Philly where Romo suffered yet another meltdown with 3 turnovers. That game was a debacle! Not trying to hate on Romo but some fans here make very poor attempts to try and draw comparisons in games that weren't nearly as critical as Sundays game where Romo overcame great adversity to help pull out a win. Dak isn't the passer Romo was and probably never will be and he's not as exciting a player but he possesses great intangibles and is resilient. The Cowboys have recovered from an 3-5 start to 8-5 and they did it with virtually nothing at WR the first 7 games of the season and a beat up OL that's contributed to Dak being sacked 48 times. Romo would have never survived the first quarter of the season with this OL and no Dez Bryant or Jason Witten. I'm not 100% sold on Dak, he's got some big warts but the guy is as scrappy and resilient as we've ever had at the QB position. He's taken a real beating on the field and from the fanbase and never gives up. It literally brought tears to my eyes on Sunday watching him bounce back from having a bad game to playing his best football in the 4th quarter and OT. He's building a reputation as a QB you can't keep down or count out. He's like a club fighter who's bloody and looking beat but somehow finds a way to suck it up and get it done. Garrett said it best after the game, Dak is one tough SOB. He's tough physically and mentally. While the fanbase continues to spit and hate on him wanting any QB but him behind center, he continues to find ways to win games. You won't find a season under any Cowboys QB where they dug themselves out of a deeper hole to win the division than in 2018.