Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Romo So Bad He Made The Coach Quit

As an Eagles fan one can never get enough Tony Romo bashing. Until Romo actually wins a playoff game he will always be considered a choker, a quarterback heavy on stats that can't deliver in the clutch.

And it appears that Eagles fans are the only ones who think Romo is a master of the choke.

According to a report in the Sun-Sentinel, Bill Parcells has said in an interview that it was Tony Romo’s field goal snap fumble in a wild-card game two years ago that made Bill Parcells quit coaching. “All you got to do is kick a field goal, the most elementary of plays, and then you just don’t do it. And so I don’t want to go through that process again. Too much blood,” Parcells said.

Wonder if Wade Phillips will be echoing the same thoughts upon his departure.

In a big game I'll take McNabb over Romo every time.

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