It is about time someone said it. I heard on their show yesterday them talking about how Romo's technique needs work and he will eventually get exposed if he iss not careful
If anyone can expose him, it's definitely Payton. He knows Romo better than anyone on the Dallas team. It will be interesting to see what we do to disrupt him.
Well, there is a silver lining to Romo's success. I've not heard about T.O. in a long while, of course it might just be that T.O. realizes he looks like an idiot calling out his QB when dropping TD passes after complaining about not getting the ball.
<p>I think the Romo love wouldn't be so intense if it wasn't for the fact that he threw 5 tds on national tv Thanksgiving day. Those national showcases usually get a big buzz going. </p>
<p>Now granted, for Romo, he was already getting a lot of love prior to going off on Tampa's defense, but it's hard not to pay attention and talk up a guy when most of america watched him throw touchdown after touchdown.
Even my girlfriends mother, who almost never watches pro football, said : "Is that guy (Romo) the best player in football? He's sure playing like it!"
-- As we all know, national sportscasters don't report on things that die-hard fans or students of the game care about. Why? Because we already know everything they know. They dip into the flavor of the week (in this case Romo -- three weeks ago it was a pass-happy Vick if you'll remember) to look like geniuses to the casual sports fan. <p>Praising a "hot" player and dubbing him the "best" is a weekly occurence.</p>
<p>It's a marathon not a sprint. Brees is a veteran playing at an astrnomical level, Romo is the flavor of the week. He may have a few super games in his future, but he's not immune to the struggles that will inevitably befall him when these defensive coordinators, who get paid lots of money, get a little film on Mr. Romo and start disrupting his game.
Well, both have the Saints in the top 3 in NFC and wonder why Brees is not getting the respect that Romo is getting.