Breaking Down Tony Romo’s Form at the NFL’s Midseason Mark

October 24, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Dallas Cowboys were able to hold off the Carolina Panthers on Sunday for their third victory of the season. By no means was it a convincing enough win for fans and pundits to increase their faith in the Cowboys ability to make the playoffs, but it served its purpose.
Dallas is now up one in the win column, nothing more, and nothing less.
The leader of the Dallas Cowboys is by far Tony Romo. He is the quarterback, the signal caller and the field general. In essence, he is the fuel that makes the Cowboys offense go.
So, what is wrong with him this season?
At this point in 2011, Romo had already thrown for 10 touchdowns and almost 1,800 yards. To start the season against the Jets last season, Romo found Jets cornerback Derrelle Revis that turned the game in the Jets favor. The Cowboys ended up losing 24-27.
Through the first seven weeks of 2011, Romo's second bad game happened against the Lions. He completed nearly 73 percent of his passes, tossed three touchd...

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