Wasn't gonna post this in the other thread because proshares brought up a valid point about people's stance on things.
But I did some research of course, and just wanted to point out how misleading that ESPN stat is of "Romo has thrown 7 INTS when the game is tied or up in the 4th quarter or OT."
First and foremost, this in LOSSES which is why its misleading.
Many other QB's have thrown just as many INTS in this same scenario, but if their defense makes a stop and they win the game, its not included in this stat.
In this exact same scenario, Romo has 20 TD's, 7 INTS which is just about a 3:1 Ratio.
The next closest? Aaron Rodgers with 13.
In terms of our future, it may be best to lose out just to get rid of Garrett. But I know come Sunday, we will all be glued to the TV on Sunday to see what our team does because at the end of the day, we're fans. On that note, some news...
Mo Claiborne expected to TRY to practice this week
Ernie Sims having MRI done on hip injury
Sean Lee most likely done for the year
Our best corner last night wasn't 50 million dollar Carr, GlassBourne or Scandrick. It was a guy named Sterling Moore. The same guy this coaching staff released before the start of the season.