Huge Season Ahead for Tony Romo

Could this be the Year of the Romo?

9/6/12 in NFL   |   Matthew_Shovlin   |   735 respect

Sep 5, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA;  Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Kevin Ogletree (85) prior to the game against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jim O'Connor-US PRESSWIREBut wait... Who was Romo throwing to that he put up 300 yards and three touchdowns? Good question. The answer you're looking for is Kevin Ogletree. The third year man out of Virginia had career totals of 25 catches, 294 yards, and no touchdowns going into last night's game, but he added eight catches, 114 yards, and two touchdowns to those totals. It was obvious that Romo had been practicing with this guy. Once Romo is comfortable with his other three options, which could easily be as soon as Week 2, he'll have a full arsenal of weapons to shred defenses with.

One final thing - the Cowboys' offensive line was a huge question mark. When their center left the game in the first quarter due to injury, I thought it was time for the Giants' defense to feast on Romo like a Thanksgiving turkey. However, the line really held up, holding the most devastating four-man pass rush in the league to only two sacks. The line should only improve through the season under elite O-line coach Bill Callahan, and with Romo's mobility, pass rushers shouldn't be much of an issue.

Between a solid offensive line and a set of weapons that weren't fully utilized last night, Romo could be knocking on top five fantasy quarterback status by the end of the year. One thing to note, however, is that Romo started out on fire last year, as well. He put up 300+ yards in four of his first five games, but only once in his final eleven.
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9/7/12   |   Matthew_Shovlin   |   735 respect

Just to clarify, all I said was that he "could be knocking on top five fantasy quarterback status by the end of the year." Being that he's a perennial top ten quarterback (as far as numbers), that's really not a huge leap.

I'm saying that considering he's had very little practice with his top three weapons, and that they're not completely healthy, it's reasonable to expect more games like this than usual once he is able to fully utilize those weapons. In no way am I saying that this isolated 300 yard 3 touchdown affair is what propels him from mediocrity to the Hall of Fame.

Also, he was fourth in the league in QB rating last year. Better than Stafford, better than Eli, way better than Newton. And that's over the entire season - not just September. Did I say Romo would lead the Cowboys to a Super Bowl? No. But he could put up some great numbers over the course of the year.

9/7/12   |   softtouch22   |   41 respect

If this s the season for tony, I say not a season too soon.

9/6/12   |   Basscat02   |   193 respect

Romo has, is and will always be a loser. He rates down there with Tebow and a few others who cannot play football. The Dallas Cowgirls are missing a QB from being an average team at best.
OK, I said what I feel. Now, I think he is a decent QB but his play is so inconsistent. We never know which Romo will show up. Consistent play at a level we have seen him play at times will take Dallas to the playoffs and maybe win it all. But that is a big if!!

9/6/12   |   chevleclair   |   378 respect

How dare they give the moniker of "greatest quarterback of all time" to someone other than Tim Tebow or Mark Sanchez?

All joking aside, I kind of have to agree with the New York fans in this and just say- rain it the crap in. It's one game. Yes, it was a huge game (after all, ESPN picked the Giants by 21 freakin' points) and one he wasn't supposed to win, but for God's sake, let's not go overboard.

9/6/12   |   jaysinw   |   4976 respect

Yes lets give it to him after one game..... Go Romo who needs the next 15 games.

9/6/12   |   MortonsLaw   |   156 respect

Typical Romo. Best September QB of all-time.