Romo did not suck it up on the feild. He was just behind Staubach and Aikman for wins, even with an inferior team for most of his career. He was ripped off in Green Bay when his touchdown pass was overruled. He was one of the most accurate and clutch quarterbacks of all time and a class act
Romo ranks third in quarterback wins in Cowboys history with 78, trailing Troy Aikman (94) and Roger Staubach (85). Romo has a career passer rating of 97.1, which is the fourth-best in NFL history (minimum 1,000 pass attempts), trailing only Aaron Rodgers (104.1), Russell Wilson (99.6) and Tom Brady (97.2).
Romo makes golf fun to watch, which Sir Nick Faldo proves is next to impossible. Book it. Nantz (an avid linkster) will insist they need Romo. Check Faldo's contract with CBS as to the timing.
I agree. Unfortunately his exciting, scrambling style exposed him to injury for the last third to half of his career. That alone breaks up team momentum while the QB is recovering.