should the dallas cowboys keep romo after three stright years of choking in the playoffs
Is this a legitimate question to ask?
My answer to my own question is no.
Answer to your question? Yes. Dallas is to keep him.
This idiotic nature of turning over Quarterbacks in the NFL, simply because they don't get to the SuperBowl with a their first few seasons at the helm is ABSURD and a completely foolish notion.
Yes why not. This year he did not choke and he protected the ball well. The people who choked were Roy Williams, a few of the offensive lineman, and field goal kickers.
Romo improved vastly this year in the second half. The game against Minnesota the play calling sucked.Romo had no protection. Romo should now stay.
I was hoping for a change after the first few games of the season, but he has come a long way this year. If anyone should be gone, maybe it should be Jason Garrett, the offensive coordinator.
The real ? is who would want him? the rams would take him for a 2nd and 7th rnd pick!!! It work when they traded hershal walker so why not now!!
He can still bring the Cowboys in Super Bowl next season in their home
I'm a Packers fan, so I will go with, yes they should! LOL
id like to point out that peyton manning lost his first 6 playoff games before winning a super bowl
I as a Dallas fan, appreciate your post. Tony Romo has been in the NFL only 4 season, if that, because he played half a season to start off.
And, except for playoffs, which requires players to adapt to the pressure, it does take a while, as long as you are consistently in the playoffs, you will eventually get the job done, because you'll be use to the pressure.
He needs to build on what he did this year and turn next year into just as good. Possibly better?
Edit: Steve - I did appreciate the post, but wanted to express other things. Hence, why it's included in the post. Not directed at you.
No need to explain. besides, i don't even remember why we stopped talking to each other. well actually i do, but im over it. lol. anyway, i hope we can be friends again as i always thought you were a decent person.
Yeah, i do agree with you about Dallas. Personally, I think Romo was able to excel after they got rid of T.O., whom seemed to challenge his authority as leader of the team. Sure, they don't have a receiver that's close to T.O.'s talent, but it's often the best team that wins, and not the most talented if anything. That's why I'm hoping Romo turns into more of a leader that Parcells thought he could be.
and again I say. .
amen . .
though one thing I would like to add here. . TO and his talent did not go as far as the Cowboys did. . and I think it is because the Cowboys became a team, a family. . and worked for the benefit of the whole. . and it was nice and refreshing to see Tony grow as the leader he is destined to be. It takes a teamwork to win games, and though this year they didnt go "all the way" they will be back and I for sure wont be surprised to see them stronger with Romo and Wade at the helm . .. they learned many things this December. . and they for sure will be back!
next season Super Bowl Champ -- Cowboys at Dallas
well to be fair to TO, he did play on a pretty crappy team like the Buffalo Bills. lol. Not saying your wrong as I completely agree with you, but just wanting to give credit where credit is due. lol.
I want Romo to stay. He compounds to the hate/hate relationsihp(as opposed to the classic love/hate) that I have with the Dallas Cowboys.
Plus I love mocking him when he has a Romo moment.
Romo! Romo! Romo!
eagle fan that cant help himself ;/
if Romo wasnt any good Romo wouldnt be afecting this Iggle
drej . . . whatcha got for Sanchez?
no joke felix i think it was 6-8picks, i was just making a point!! Your only going to get 2 picks for homo romo anyway!
Keep Romo, he's only been in the league for 3 years. There are other QBs who have been in the league for far longer that have never seen a playoff game, let alone be part of a super bowl game.
A good trade to do right now should involve Eagles QB Donovan McNabb. Its unfortunate he hasn't had a consistent player like Terrell Owens on his team. Yes, DeSean Jackson comes close but he's still not a Terrell Owens in his prime. Unless the Eagles get McNabb the much needed help he should be traded while his stock is still high and make Kolb the new starting QB for the Eagles. I'm waiting for another offseason surprise from the Eagles.
by Iman Kells 7 years ago
This guy told me to chill out on my criticism of Joe Flacco. What I criticize is his 77 quarterback rating. Someone says that Flacco is better than both Romo and Eli, I say no way he is better than neither. I think it's close between Romo and Manning I think Romo puts up better numbers but Manning...
by alexandriaruthk 5 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.
by Paul Edmondson 11 years ago
I keep watching Tony Romo and he keeps looking better and better. This is a contract year for him where they will either have to franchise tag Tony Romo or give him a big contract. I think it's 10 or 11 million for the franchise tag.
by Kevin W 12 months ago
Why are the Dallas Cowboys considered "America's Team"?With their Glory days well in the past, stay mediocre for almost 20 years now, The Dallas Cowboys still get an incredible amount of media hype and attention. They have won one play off game since their last Super Bowl 19 years ago....
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
It is final! Done. Jason Garrett to replace Wade Phillips.There still needs to be more done though. You could tell watching the game last night that Wade was a dejected man as coach of this team. The players were not following his lead. There will be a TV announcement coming later this afternoon.
by alexandriaruthk 6 years ago
Should the Dallas Cowboys trade or replace their QB Tony Romo?Just because he can't deliver and win in crucial moment when they needed to win.
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