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  • Romo chokes again in a big spot

    The guy is a statistics accumulator but a real loser when it counts most.

  • #2
    And that's why he is a horrible QB. Not sure where the obsession comes from.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Moke View Post
      And that's why he is a horrible QB. Not sure where the obsession comes from.
      Alot of people are caught up in numbers, we live in the age of Fantasy Football and Madden Football. I'd take Eli every time over Romo.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by TroyArcher View Post
        Alot of people are caught up in numbers, we live in the age of Fantasy Football and Madden Football. I'd take Eli every time over Romo.
        Very true. One of my friends who is a cowboys fan texted me going "OH ROMO HAD 400 YARDS+" like really? Believe it was last weeks game.

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        • #5
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aF9Y9E3neg
          Forget the Past, Live for the Future!

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          • #6
            Romo is probably the most under-acheiving QB in the NFL. He's been surrounded by tremendeous talent for years and he's done nothing with it except run up numbers.
            GO JAI-YANTS!!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by krygny View Post
              Romo is probably the most under-acheiving QB in the NFL. He's been surrounded by tremendeous talent for years and he's done nothing with it except run up numbers.
              I really think it is the Dallas factor. Sure, Romo has made some stupid decisions in clutch moments but every year, without fail, ESPN and the other talking heads all scream from the mountain tops how talented Dallas is. It could be... that Dallas players are overhyped at many positions because of the media coverage they get as "America's Team".

              That isn't to say they don't have some great players, but I think collectively they aren't the juggernaut on paper that the media anoints them to be each year. No team this year in the NFC East was a huge step above another in the talent department.

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              • #8
                I've been a Cowboys fan since the 60's and Romo makes it very hard to argue against anything said here. I knew, with all the losses on defense and the patchwork replacements, that Dallas was going to give up points. If they were going to win Romo would have to be on time and on target and he was neither of these. Once again, he played poorly when it mattered most. Dallas was out-played and out-coached. They deserved to lose. I really hope it gets fixed because I'm not getting any younger.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Manster54 View Post
                  I've been a Cowboys fan since the 60's and Romo makes it very hard to argue against anything said here. I knew, with all the losses on defense and the patchwork replacements, that Dallas was going to give up points. If they were going to win Romo would have to be on time and on target and he was neither of these. Once again, he played poorly when it mattered most. Dallas was out-played and out-coached. They deserved to lose. I really hope it gets fixed because I'm not getting any younger.
                  none of us are lol

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                  • #10
                    I actually felt bad for Romo

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by TroyArcher View Post
                      Alot of people are caught up in numbers, we live in the age of Fantasy Football and Madden Football. I'd take Eli every time over Romo.
                      Well put Troy.

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                      • #12
                        The cowballs just don't get it...very good players don't make a very good team...Romo can't make the big play in a crucial game...there is a reason he went undrafted....

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                        • #13
                          He relies too much on Witten and doesn't go through his progressions. IMO if you want to be a winning QB you need to go to your WR first then TE. Only the Pats can get away with this but they haven't won anything in almost a decade either.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Kerrigan91 View Post
                            I really think it is the Dallas factor. Sure, Romo has made some stupid decisions in clutch moments but every year, without fail, ESPN and the other talking heads all scream from the mountain tops how talented Dallas is. It could be... that Dallas players are overhyped at many positions because of the media coverage they get as "America's Team".

                            That isn't to say they don't have some great players, but I think collectively they aren't the juggernaut on paper that the media anoints them to be each year. No team this year in the NFC East was a huge step above another in the talent department.
                            No, the "talent" around him has been very overrated for years. And the coaching has stunk as well as the owner/GM. Romo's far from perfect, but not the main problem with that team.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by JJC7301 View Post
                              No, the "talent" around him has been very overrated for years. And the coaching has stunk as well as the owner/GM. Romo's far from perfect, but not the main problem with that team.
                              That is basically what I said???

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