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    Quote Originally Posted by Vibranium View Post
    I would say this season, that Romo did all he could to keep Dallas in games but all anyone is going to remember is that last INT....this replaces the Seattle game holding bobble
    Quote Originally Posted by Vic Vega View Post
    Can't pin this all on Romo.

    'Boys couldn't stop the run all night.
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    But that's the way it's been the last few years for him. Sure, he's inconsistent at times during the season, but really the rest of the team has under-performed far more than he has.
    They will keep blaming him. Sure Romo has his Int games...and sure he gambles with his arm too many damn times. But tonight...dear lord the OL was killing him all night and as you all posted the defense couldn't stop the rush.

    If the Cowboys are as crazy to let Romo go...KC would gladly love Romo right now at QB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic Vega View Post
    Can't pin this all on Romo.
    No, but you can pin a lot of it on him. No win or loss is ever the fault of one guy, but his mistakes cost them, just like they have in the past. That said, the Cowboys as a whole make a habit of being overhyped and not living up to the billing.

    On the other side, Alfred Morris was a beast.
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    last game sure not his fault, this game though sorry 3 interceptions that is Romo's fault regardless of what the defense was doing although yeah OL not helping


    its the curse of the QB when u win u get most of the credit but that also means u get most of the blame in the defeats
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaggedFel View Post
    last game sure not his fault, this game though sorry 3 interceptions that is Romo's fault regardless of what the defense was doing although yeah OL not helping


    its the curse of the QB when u win u get most of the credit but that also means u get most of the blame in the defeats
    Of course his 2 ints ...didn't lead to any Redskin points. In fact Romo got off lucky there.

    The last one was one where he didn't see the guy go into the flat and its sad really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERECWFAN1 View Post
    Of course his 2 ints ...didn't lead to any Redskin points. In fact Romo got off lucky there.
    He turned the ball over deep in enemy territory, stalling his team's drives. I wouldn't call that luck; at least not good luck. Given the defense's inability to stuff the Redskins runs, they couldn't afford not to take advantage of every potential scoring opportunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalorama View Post
    He turned the ball over deep in enemy territory, stalling his team's drives. I wouldn't call that luck; at least not good luck. Given the defense's inability to stuff the Redskins runs, they couldn't afford not to take advantage of every potential scoring opportunity.
    He turned the ball over...deep in their territory yes. Of course its not likely the Cowboys would have drove down the field considering the fact Romo was showing the OL guys all the blitz pickups they were missing in that 1st half. Because if you look , almost every snap Romo took to drop back the defense was in his face.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERECWFAN1 View Post
    Of course his 2 ints ...didn't lead to any Redskin points. In fact Romo got off lucky there.

    The last one was one where he didn't see the guy go into the flat and its sad really.
    Having followed the Jets for years now, I can say that Romo ain't that bad.

    That right there is half the reason I root against the 'Boys.

    You think that dude is your biggest problem? Really?

    Romo would be the most talented Jet QB since Boomer. Easily.

    Dallas fans don't know what it is to have a really bad QB.

    They just think they do

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERECWFAN1 View Post
    He turned the ball over...deep in their territory yes. Of course its not likely the Cowboys would have drove down the field considering the fact Romo was showing the OL guys all the blitz pickups they were missing in that 1st half.
    Maybe. Maybe not. But you don't know unless you have the chance to try, and the turnovers cost them that. He's not the only one to blame, but he's hardly blameless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic Vega View Post
    Having followed the Jets for years now, I can say that Romo ain't that bad.

    That right there is half the reason I root against the 'Boys.

    You think that dude is your biggest problem? Really?

    Romo would be the most talented Jet QB since Boomer. Easily.

    Dallas fans don't know what it is to have a really bad QB.

    They just think they do

    Romo's not a bad QB by any stretch. But he's also not really a great one. Because he plays for THE COWBOYS he's been the beneficiary (and, to some extent, victim) of the attendent hype that goes with being Dallas' QB. He's never been as good as Cowboys fans have made him out to be when the team is doing well, and he's not really as bad as they make him out to be when the team ultimately/repeatedly falls short.

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    Paradox predicted:

    [ The Dolphins are ] probably going to win 6-7 this year.
    Sigh...let's see what next year holds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalorama View Post
    Maybe. Maybe not. But you don't know unless you have the chance to try, and the turnovers cost them that. He's not the only one to blame, but he's hardly blameless.
    If you watch those 1st 2-3 drives...there was really nothing Romo could honestly do. One miracle catch by Bryant that really...if the Redskins had challenged it , I wouldn't be shocked if it was over turned. Beyond that almost every snap he took the defense was in his face. It led to the one Int to Ogaltree across the middle of the field really.
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    Vikings vs Packers a rematch in Green Bay. The Packers haven't won a playoff game at home since 2007 but they have owned the Vikings winning 6 of last 7.


    THe Texans are 1-3 in their last 4 games. Since the horrid NE loss they haven't looked at all like a impressive team. Bengals vs Texans It's a Wildcard rematch from the last season. Can the Bengals continune to beat winning teams but this time in the Playoffs.

    It was a bad season but the Titans finish with a terrific win. Their last 4 tds were a INT Returned for a TD, Punt return for a TD, Punt return for a td, and INT returned for a td. The Titans avoid giving up 500 points, also get their first division win. A 38-20 win, even with Jags winning TOP, and getting more plays they still lost. Even with the win still likely coaching changes to be made for the Titans,and 2-14 the Jaguars had their worst season.

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    Oh yeah, I owe you an apology Firestorm. I said the Titans should feel bad about an earlier win because they'd knock themselves out of a top 10 draft pick, but they hung on to get one anyway. What do you think your team needs most? Good at TE, RB, WR (if they can stay healthy). Probably a defensive player?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERECWFAN1 View Post
    If you watch those 1st 2-3 drives...there was really nothing Romo could honestly do. One miracle catch by Bryant that really...if the Redskins had challenged it , I wouldn't be shocked if it was over turned. Beyond that almost every snap he took the defense was in his face. It led to the one Int to Ogaltree across the middle of the field really.
    Even if all of it is true (and it's not; there was one thing he could have done if the defense was in his face and he was hurried and didn't have a clear shot at the receiver: he could have not thrown the ball, or at least thrown it away), that doesn't let Romo off the hook. It's not like he's never made completions in the face of tough defenses or engineered game-winning drives after poor early quarter performances ever in his career. He's certainly capable of it in general, just, apparently, not in the biggest games. Is it all on him? Of course not. But there's no question that some (if not a lot) of it is.

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    Washington vs Seattle...thats going to be pretty fun I think
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