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    Quote 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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    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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    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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    Quote 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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    Quote 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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    Been in Mexico for the last week but still was able to catch the game (although in Spanish).

    I would have hoped he was past this, but then again it was only hope. I've been down on Romo the entire year so I suppose his brain fart wasn't a surprise.
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    Quote 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.
    We have a good group of of young core players Bryant, Murray, Smith, Harris, Claiborne, Carr, Carter, Lee... but the 'talented' staples of the team are getting older and much less effective, and have been overrated for a while now... the young guys? Underrated.

    Coaching isn't great, but I'd be okay with sticking with Garrett provided he shows some improvement (I felt he and Ryan did an excellent job with what they had to work with for most of the season).

    Can't do anything about Jerry, so I think the best move the Cowboys could make is start grooming another QB to take over for Romo in 2014 when many of the core players I mentioned above will be in their prime.

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    Poor Dallas. They're hopes are so high every year to win a Super Bowl, let alone make playoffs, and in steps Tony Romo. Sad, sad story. Haha.
    Quote Originally Posted by mercurio View Post
    JR is the GIANTS GM as TC is the coach and Eli is the QB. Support them.
    Couldn't have said it better.

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    Maybe his arm got tired in that last game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Montemayor View Post
    Poor Dallas. They're hopes are so high every year to win a Super Bowl, let alone make playoffs, and in steps Tony Romo. Sad, sad story. Haha.
    Yes... So high. Seems like every year we have the most talent in the league but somehow we don't win it all. Woe is me. Everyone else is lucky and so on and so forth.

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    Seriously though, anyone who doesn't think their team has a chance-- what's the point of even watching? And any fan that expects a championship is delusional.

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