Have much more to do with the surrounding variables (i.e. your team, coach, defense) than personal stats for a QB.Quote:
Playoff wins, Playoff stats, Superbowls.
Stats don't tell the whole story. Put up the career playoff wins and see what happens.
The playoffs and getting into the playoffs are Romos' kryptonite.
I keep remembering the playoff game with the Seahawks with about a minute to go and all they needed was a field goal...fumbled the field goal snap.
2008 trying to get into the playoffs with a win, last game of the season vs. Eagles-lost 44-6
2011 trying to get into the playoffs with a win, last game of the season vs. Giants-lost 31-14
2012 trying to get into the playoffs with a win, last game of the season vs. Redskins-lost 28-18
In that Eagles game he fumbled the ball for a 73 yd fumble return TD
In the final game this last season, I told my son "hell throw an interception near side of the field in the flat" he did just that. Blowing any chance they had for a comeback. He threw 3 ints that game.
I do not doubt Romo is a good QB. He plays on the Cowboys-has weapons, heck they're the Yankees(love 'em or hate 'em) in the football world. Romo says it best himself:
"Your legacy will be written when you're done playing the game," Romo said. "And when it's over with, you'll look back. ... It's disappointing not being able to get over that hump." -Tony Romo
Maybe one of these days he'll get that monkey off of his back. For now, though, that monkey is on a full 8 second ride!:biggrin:
Romo has never won the big game. Romo breaks down and turns over at critical times periodically. He streaks. He crashes. Why even ask the question?