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The Boys makes the argument for Romo
For all intents and purposes, Manning and Romo are playing at almost
identical levels this year. The difference between them and Vick/Grossman is
that they are making fewer mistakes as passers. And the difference between Romo
and Manning is that for Romo, this is normal. For Manning, this year is the
Steve Serby of the New York Post takes
up the case for Manning
Tony Romo has won one playoff game.
Tony Romo isn't the fourth-best quarterback in the NFL, behind Rodgers, Brady
Eli Manning is.
Because Manning has had to integrate a new wide receiver and tight end, his
offensive linemen still are being introduced to one another (Mr. Boothe, meet
Mr. Petrus) and he endured nearly a month without Ahmad
Bradshaw, I rank him ahead of No. 5, Ben
Just as the Packers wanted
Rodgers with the ball at the end of the game last week, the Giants want Manning
with the ball at the end of the game Sunday night at Cowboys Stadium.
They fully expect him to be a Mann among Boys in what very well could be a
shootout with Romo at the Jerry Jones Corral, given Big Blue's struggles in
recent weeks against the Eagles' Vince Young,
Brees and Rodgers.
"It'll be great, man, if it comes down to it and we're gonna come blow for
blow and going back and forth as far as points and scoring," receiver Victor Cruz
said, "and going back and forth and so be it, I think we're up to that
There you have it. Now, let's see if we can debate this without making me
regret that I posted it."