Is Romo the real problem of Dallas Cowboys or is it Jerry Jones, or both? Are we

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  1. alexandriaruthk profile image68
    alexandriaruthkposted 11 years ago

    Is Romo the real problem of Dallas Cowboys or is it Jerry Jones, or both? Are we expecting too much?

    December this season is pretty good for Romo in terms of numbers, but when it is time to deliver and win, he failed again.

  2. bankscottage profile image89
    bankscottageposted 11 years ago

    It is both, but you can't fire the owner.

  3. Miller2232 profile image60
    Miller2232posted 11 years ago

    I would say its both, that interception late in that game against the Redskins to decide the NFC East was agonizing to watch. The Cowboys are 6th in Offense, but it doesn't result in touchdowns. What that tells me is that part of the problem is not just Romo, its the Offensive line, no running game (Ranked 31st), Jason Garrett's play-calling, and Jerry Jones who makes all the personnel decisions along with his son, Stephen Jones. A lot of problems all over this Dallas Cowboys team.

  4. Alphadogg16 profile image85
    Alphadogg16posted 11 years ago

    Definitely agree with bankscottage, its both. Romo has some good quarterback qualities but makes bad decisions and consistently folds under pressure. Great QB's step their game up when money's on the line, and Romo has never done that. The Cowboys need to look into another QB, will never contend for a title with Romo. As for Jones, like bankscottage cant fire the owner.

  5. MichaelJohnMele profile image59
    MichaelJohnMeleposted 11 years ago

    I personally think Romo is highly overrated...I'm not saying he's not good, but great...not even close. Don't feel bad though, I'm a Giants fan and we just decided to give it all up at the end of the season and not even make it to the playoffs...we suck donkey.

  6. point2make profile image60
    point2makeposted 11 years ago

    The Dallas Cowboys are not a very good football team regardless of the effect of Jerry Jones. Romo is a good quarterback but he cannot overcome the shortcomings of the offence or the defense for that matter. We place expectations on players and teams that often times surpass their abilities and then we get disappointed when they don't live up to those expectations. Getting rid of Romo will certainly change the team but it probably won't bring them any closer to a  championship fact it could make the Cowboys a worst team than they are now.

  7. Glimmer Twin Fan profile image95
    Glimmer Twin Fanposted 11 years ago

    I'm a devout Cowboys fan...always have been, so I hate coming down on my team, but it's time to cut Romo loose.  He may have broken all sorts of records, but when he needs to "bring it" during the most important games, he chokes, always has.  Worse, he yells at his receivers when he throws an interception.  They may deserve it...they may not. My guess is that he has lost any locker room respect from other players.  Another reason for him to go.  Also think that there needs to be a coaching change and get a manager in there, it should not be the owner.  Go Cowboys!

  8. Jeff Porter profile image59
    Jeff Porterposted 10 years ago

    Romo needs to go.
       Dallas should have worked a trade with Detroit for Matt Stafford.


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