The Dallas Cowboys Never Ending Tony Romo Debate

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Link “Anybody that says Tony Romo is not a good enough QB to take a team to the Super Bowl is either not very smart, or they don’t know football, or they haven’t done their homework. Because I don’t think anybody in the league makes something out of nothing as well as he does.” That was Danny White, the man who probably knows more about what Tony Romo is going through than any man alive.

Danny also said this, Link “I’ll guarantee you there are QBs in this league in the past that have won Super Bowls without performing nearly at the level that Tony Romo has performed at. So it’s a matter of everybody else playing their position the way Tony plays his, and that team will be in the Super Bowl every year. And I think he knows that.” Danny doesn’t mince words does he?

Nov 22, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys former quarterback Troy Aikman on the field prior to the game against the Washington Redskins during a game on Thanksgiving at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

What about the legendary QB that Tony replaced in Dallas, Troy Aikman? Link “I’m a big fan of his and I’ve said it all along. He’s a special player. Unfortunately, not enough people recognize that.” So Troy, what is Tony’s problem then? Why can’t he get them to the next level? He answers that. Link “They have to shore up the Offensive Line. You can’t have a QB hit as much as Tony is.”

Seems to echo Danny a little on that. Romo is almost always under pressure, and he makes amazing plays out of nothing. No one should deny that. How that is not evidence of his talent I just don’t know.

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