What Must Tony Romo Do to Remain Dallas Cowboys’ Starting QB for 2013?

October 10, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Five interceptions later and once again the Tony Romo bashing has started. However, no matter how much flack he takes, he will remain the Dallas Cowboys starting QB in 2013.
Romo is perhaps the most polarized signal caller in the league. After a good game, he is proclaimed by the masses as elite, but after a poor showing, Romo isn’t even worthy to line up under center.
Never has that been more evident than in the aftermath of Romo's five-interception game against the Bears. People looked at the stat line and immediately proclaimed him the Cowboys' cancer, without even reviewing the tape.
If people looked closely, they would have seen that the first two interceptions were on the wide outs,not their quarterback. On the first one, Dez Bryant failed to hitch on a route and on the second, Kevin Ogletree allowed a pass to deflect off his hands for a pick.
The last three interceptions were on Romo, but they came in the second half when the Cowboys were playing from b...

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