And if not then who is?
And if not then who is?
Well since he was compared to FLacco, Sanchez, Ryan, Rivers, And a few other Qb's I'd have to say yes he is. Sanchez just plain sucks, Rivers needs a o-line to be good. Ryan and Flacco both are good. Romo chokes frequently.
Until yesterday I didn't realize how bad he does choke.
Lee Evans and Billy Cundiff say it's not even close and they should know.
I'd say: "Yes".
I did not see the game but I can answer yes. Remember the hold for the FG against Seattle?
The NFL can be traced back to 1920 and there have been thousands of players.Romo the greatest choke artist of all time? Probably not.
In his four Super Bowls, Kelly completed 81 of 145 passes for 829 yards and 2 touchdowns, with 7 interceptions.[/QUOTE
but he did get them to 4 superbowls and but a choked fg he would have a ring ......
in the 1 point SB loss with the blown FG he had 0 ints ........
besides, Romo isn't in the same league with kelly who is in the HOF .......
who knows had bad romo would choke in a big game because he chokes before they even get there ......
Another interesting fact was that Jim Kelly has a career quarterback rating of 84.4 and never won a Super Bowl, but had many great seasons. That got him in the Hall of Fame. Flacco's career QBR is currently 86.3 with playoff appearances in each of his first five years. Wouldn't it be amusing if Flacco would be inducted to the Hall of Fame someday with many people this season saying he should be replaced with some other teams' backups?
Tony Romo is the biggest choke artist the past few years without a doubt. He should be called Hollywood Tony, because that is the only place he doesnt make poor decisions.
Dallas was on a role and he wet the bed. His running game was working but he could not put together a drive. It has happened so often you have to say he is not a clutch quarterback.
Romo, Rivers, and Cutler are the three guys that stand out to me most when it comes to yelling at their receivers when they throw an INT or just something in general goes wrong. I'm not so sure how well that plays in the locker room. You've got to pick your spots. There are times / ways to be blunt with your teammates, but I think all three of them go to that well too often.
Peyton only rips in to his receivers so many times... then he walks in to somebody's office and makes sure they aren't on the team much longer. That's probably a better way to handle it.
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