Throughout his career, Dallas Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo has been criticized for the way he performs towards the end of the year. However, it may be time to award him the nickname of "Mr. November" with the type of play he's established during this month in Dallas over the last four seasons. On November 5, 2006, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made his second career start against the Washington Redskins. He completed 24-of-36 passes for 284 yards and two touchdowns in a 22-19 loss. Why was this game so significant for the seventh-year quarterback? This was the only time in Romo's career he lost a game during the month of November. Despite all of the heat taken for his performance when the month of December rolls around, in which he has a combined record of 5-8 over his career, Rom ...
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