You can say that, but it doesn't make it true. Tony had a big contract and it contributed to the team not being able to go after free agents, cutting players, etc. As much as Romo supporters like to point out that the team didn't win with him because of defense, his contract directly impaired the team's ability to build up a defense. It wasn't the only factor but time has proven that its extraordinarily hard to win a super bowl with a QB making a top, fair market contract. Its simple math. There is always going to be a team with a great QB on a rookie deal or a vet on a bargain contract. Those teams will have a massive advantage over the teams who are giving their QB 15% of the cap or more.