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Tony Romo’s Critical 4th QT INT and Jerry Jones’ Reaction (Video)

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, October 6th, 2013
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Romo had a great game, but you simply can’t make these type of critical mistakes. You can speak on how Romo kept them in the game, but you can’t ignore that these type mistakes have happened way too often during his career.

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  1. MCW says:

    Seriously the defense gives up 51 (FIFTY ONE POINTS) and you really think it is Romo’s fault?

    • bob says:

      Do we have a defense? did Peyton throw a pick ?

      • chris1979 says:

        Our defense sucks. secondary in general. it has been that way for years. Romo is a great quarterback its just that he has to pass way too much which is gonna lead to interceptions as much as he passes. A lack of an offensive line and secondary can’t stop anybody is why we can’t win. Romo consistently puts up great numbers.

    • roger says:

      Yup. Romo threw the int, not the defense. He always does in pressure situations. The great ones don’t. Tony is not, nor ever will be, one of the great ones. Period.

  2. Tony Valkosak says:

    Romo is a great quarterback. He was rushed at the time and made a mistake getting rid of the ball. I don’t fault only him for this action.

  3. Dallas Fan says:

    People wake up ! first of all it was a bad coaching decision to throw at that point — run it and eat the clock. Second — Romo is a always making a mistake in big games when he close — it makes you wonder if he’s gambling — and throwing the game. Face it you will never get to the playoffs with Garrett and Romo. Jerry Jones — wake up or keep wasting your money.

  4. Shon says:

    I agree that our defense was horrible and Romo played lights out. But how many times have we seen Romo do this late when games are on the line? I understand that without Romo we probably wouldn’t be in some of those games but if you’re gonna choke it up in the end anyway then what does it matter?

  5. Woodey says:

    Yeah Romo is a good quarterback, yeah there were some coaching mistakes, yeah, yeah , yeah. Bottom-line is he had a man wide open in the middle of the field and instead opted to throw to a receiver in triple coverage. That is on him 100%.

    • merbeau says:

      This is not the first time that Romo has made a critical error in a critical situation. A fact that is way to common in his career. He has all the statistics but does not own anything of significance either in something like divisional wins, playoff victories and the big time Super Bowl. Indianapolis got rid of Manning who still has some good years left for Andrew Luck who is making them serious contenders. That is what Dallas should have opted for. Start with a quality QB and build for the future.

  6. s1cksid3r says:

    How bout the announcer’s getting their players mixed up. This douche says “Tony Romo and the Broncos are set up with a minute 57 to play…”

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