Dallas Cowboys: Why Choker Stigma Is No Longer True for Tony Romo

December 7, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tony Romo is a top-flight quarterback in the NFL. There is no disputing his value to the Dallas Cowboys, and there is no disputing his abilities as a player. From an undrafted rookie out of Eastern Illinois, to his time watching from the sidelines under Bill Parcells, to taking the reins from Drew Bledsoe, his ride in Dallas has been eventful.
Romo's critics are convinced that he's a choker on the biggest of stages and that he fails in big spots. If you scrutinize the 2013-14 season thus far, there was his game-losing and game-changing interception in the 51-48 loss to the Denver Broncos. Right now, an extra win means everything in a very tight NFC East race, but in that contest, Romo may have actually played his best game as a Cowboy. 
If we look further into this season, he also led the Cowboys to fourth-quarter wins against the Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants and Oakland Raiders.
In the eyes of many, he is nothing more than a chok...

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