Dec 8, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) walks off the field after defeating the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Would Tony Romo Have Made A Winning Difference In Sunday’s Outcome?


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Here’s today’s poll question: 

Would Tony Romo Have Made A Winning Difference In Sunday's Outcome?

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Here’s my take:

“I think Romo would have scored more. But how that would have affected the overall pressure of the game and outcome, I don’t know. I like him more back their then Orton though.“

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  • NYCowboysFan

    No doubt Romo would have made a difference. He has a huge monkey on his back that he can’t wait to get off. He wanted to prove all the naysayers wrong this season and win a Division title and playoff game. I think he would have played his best game of the year if he had played. Orton did a great job, but Tony would have been more motivated.

  • TJ

    What Romo are you talking about? Romo is Romo!

    • RM

      One of the only ones who kept the season alive, what games have u been watch THIS YEAR.

  • Jeff

    No.

  • james j

    Romo led offense at home averaged 34 points a game with a low of 27… so yes holding Eagles to 24 would have been an easy win with Romo..the same Tony Romo with the identical lifetime rating as Tom Brady..