elguapo wrote:RevanFan wrote:Here's an article I didn't expect to see.
http://www.foxsports.com/nfl/story/dall ... ilm-110116
That writer sounds like a Romo lover. He states all the things Romo would have done to avoid the interception in the endzone. Then he goes on to say that Dak can't make those rookie mistakes in the endzone. I don't know if he writer is aware that Dak is a rookie and that he will make rookie mistakes.
Now what the writer fails to mention is that Romo has been in the league for 14 years and he still throws interceptions like he was a rookie. I don't ever want to see Romo under center as I feel he has been the reason why we haven't done better than 8-8 on average since he's been the starting QB.
Lol you are the rare cowboys fan that I have met who doesn't like Romo, most will go insane defending him if you dog on him especially being a cowboys fan...But man you're speaking the truth. In clutch moments Romo is more likely to throw an interception than a completion. Stick with Dak so that the cowboys can hang with an overall improving NFC East. Yea this may be one of the worst divisions compared to NFC West and NFC North but a lot of young qb's in this division (aside from Eli) and the overall teams are improving every year in general. I predicted Dak would go 4-2 as a starter but he even outdid that going 6-1 that's impressive....it's time to say so long Romo send him to the browns for a 2nd or 3rd round pick and embrace the future in Dak. Jerry Jones would be a complete idiot to stop the team for Tony -Oh no- I got injured romo (oh no rhymes with romo so well and accurately tells of when he throws interceptions or gets injured the fans go "oh no!" so no more tony oh no! Even if every week Dak has to bring the cowboys back....he's a rookie cut him some slack...afterall he's better than romo with a non-injured back! .......Man im on a roll