For the last two years, people have asked me about Tony Romo and his high interception count. I've said that you take the good with the bad. He makes plays on the move and turns what should be sacks into 15-yard gains, bad snaps into first downs, and busted plays into touchdowns. So if he throws a few interceptions, I can live with it. However, I couldn't live with his performance on Sunday night against the Giants. Now that doesn't mean I'm blaming just him for the Cowboys losing, because it's not all his fault. Despite throwing three interceptions, he gave the Cowboys the lead with three minutes to go with his two-yard TD run, and the defense let the Giants move down the field with very little effort. Still, Romo has been interception-prone in his career. We all remembe ...
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