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PFT Live: Did Romo take a step back on Monday?

Mike Florio updates the biggest quarterback stories around the NFL starting with Tony Romo’s Monday night debacle when he threw five picks to help the Chicago Bears blow out the Dallas Cowboys. Florio says if Romo is supposed to be an elite QB, he should find ways to win without putting blame on other aspects of the game that may have set him up to fail. He also discusses Bears QB Jay Cutler’s sideline incident of disrespecting his offensive coordinator and says if Cutler continues to be disrespectful, it will cause adversity among his teammates and coaches. Finally, Matt Cassel has steered the Chiefs to a 1-3 record and three blowout losses which may lead to his benching and Brady Quinn’s return as a starting QB. Is this the right move in Kansas City?

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5 Responses to “PFT Live: Did Romo take a step back on Monday?”
  1. laserw says: Oct 2, 2012 2:49 PM

    Romo has NEVER been a great quarterback. He is inconsistent and only manages to save himself when he has to go impromptu with busted plays. If he didn’t have that Brett Fav-ray quality, he’d be out of football since he has precious else to fall back on.

    We saw the real Romo on Monday night and Cowboy fans should enjoy every moment of him! (laughs)

    The Romo experiment is over. It is now time for Jerry “Face Lift” Jones to find someone else. But we all know that Jerry is no talent scout. He can’t seem to find receivers that can catch or running backs who can run. How can we expect him to find a Quarterback who can complete passes to his own team?

  2. garrettmustgo says: Oct 2, 2012 3:03 PM

    I have been a huge Romo backer over the years, although this is only 1 game its a tough pill to swallow. Here is hoping he rebounds in a huge way or else its going to be a long year.

  3. nokoolaidcowboy says: Oct 2, 2012 3:34 PM

    It’s ironic that Romo has a former QB as the HC of this team and still has a performance like last night. It’s easy to put the blame on Romo for all the ills of this team. Truth is that this team has had too much experimentation and madcap ideas from it’s owner.

    The stats don’t lie, Romo is a decent QB and could probably have done better on a team that hasn’t had so many changes at HC. Changes that to date have not worked.

  4. ham1 says: Oct 2, 2012 3:36 PM

    No he didnt take a step back.

    He is what he is, an overhyped qb that has some real flashes of greatness, but then some games I just shake my head.

    Thats his whole career. Were any of you expecting something else?

  5. larryboodry says: Oct 2, 2012 8:14 PM

    “He also discusses Bears QB Jay Cutler’s sideline incident of disrespecting his offensive coordinator and says if Cutler continues to be disrespectful, it will cause adversity among his teammates and coaches. ”

    Uh-huh…What he doesn’t say, ’cause that wouldn’t fit his anti-Cutler agenda, is that Jay and Tice were later seen laughing together on the sideline, or Jay and Urlacher, or Jay telling J’Marcus Webb he did good.
    Heck, even Greg Jennings of the rival Packers came to Jay’s defense.

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