Tony Romo Struggles in Cowboys’ Big Game…Again

Posted: 21st September 2009 by Sean Wagman in NFL
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In a game where the New York Giants were thoroughly dominated by the Dallas Cowboys, it was once again QB Tony Romo’s inability to avoid making mistakes that cost Dallas a win in the opening game at the magnificent Cowboys Stadium. A record 105,121 fans got to be first-hand witnesses to Romo’s three interception performance, which allowed a New York team, that was far from spectacular, to hang around just long enough to be able to strike late with a game-winning Lawrence Tynes' field goal, after a great two-minute drill was engineered by Eli Manning and Co. Obviously, this leads us to ask the question once again about Romo’s ability to win when it counts most. He’s in a tough place to be a good-but-not-great QB, especially when you consider the Cowboys’ stori ...

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