Is Tony Romo worthy of being in the Hall of Fame?
Is that enough?
Well, looking at the stats Romo has never really been amazing. Sure he showed he was great in the fourth quarter and he has a really high passer rating, but there is one key component missing to get him into the Hall of Fame.
Tony Romo does not have a Super Bowl … or a Super Bowl appearance … or an appearance in the NFC conference finals. That is exactly what is going to hold Tony Romo from getting a gold jacket.
Technically you don’t need a Super Bowl ring to make the Hall of Fame. Look at former quarterbacks Dan Marino and Jim Kelly. There is a big difference between Romo and those two legends.
Jim Kelly is the only quarterback to lead a team to four straight Super Bowls and Marino has accomplished almost everything except for a Super Bowl win.
I really don’t think Tony Romo will make the Hall of Fame. That’s not to say he wasn’t a great quarterback, he just isn’t one of the best in NFL history.
Regardless, he had a very successful career, especially when you consider the fact that he was undrafted. If he had some more playoff success, then maybe things would be a little different.