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Matt39    35,849

What would you give up to acquire him if the Cowboys were to make him available?

Seems like a guy that could use a change of scenery.

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Jetsfan80    72,352

Romo is the exact opposite of Sanchez in his play. He does well for 3 quarters and occasionally collapses in the 4th. With Rex's D, all we'd need are the 3 quarters of strong play.

He's a top-10 QB so of course you try to get him if he came available.

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Matt39    35,849

Romo is the exact opposite of Sanchez in his play. He does well for 3 quarters and occasionally collapses in the 4th. With Rex's D, all we'd need are the 3 quarters of strong play.

He's a top-10 QB so of course you try to get him if he came available.

I hear you. He gets sh*tted on similar to the way Eli used to. I feel he's undervalued as a QB by some...I have no idea how Dallas still feels about him as an organization, but it seems fans down there have grown tired of him. He's a good Qb.

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Jetsfan80    72,352

I hear you. He gets sh*tted on similar to the way Eli used to. I feel he's undervalued as a QB by some...I have no idea how Dallas still feels about him as an organization, but it seems fans down there have grown tired of him. He's a good Qb.

Hell, he made Rams castoff Laurent Robinson look like a star. Imagine what he could do with Holmes, Keller, and Kerley.

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Ghost    108,178

I'll take him in a second. Just don't know if he can handle New York and the media that comes with it.

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MTJ06    1,824

Hell, he made Rams castoff Laurent Robinson look like a star. Imagine what he could do with Holmes, Keller, and Kerley.

Its alot easier to get open when the opposing D has to worry about Miles, Bryant, and Witten.

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The Crusher    188,891

Romo is not going to be available. If he is I would give them anything short of Revis and my favorite fork.

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BurnleyJet    2,617

Romo is not going to be available. If he is I would give them anything short of Revis and my favorite fork.

It's the Fork or nothing!

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Freemanm    407

Romo's inconsistent. It used to give Parcells dangerously high blood pressure. He often does what he did against the Jets in week 1 (as people have pointed out in this thread): play really well in the first three quarters, and implode in the 4Q. I don't think I'd want him here.

As for Sanchez, we'll find out next year how much of a culprit Schottenheimer was in his poor performance this past season.

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Jetsfan80    72,352

Its alot easier to get open when the opposing D has to worry about Miles, Bryant, and Witten.

Austin and Bryant were hurt for significant portions of last season, which thrust Robinson into a starting role.

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Jetsfan80    72,352

Romo's inconsistent. It used to give Parcells dangerously high blood pressure. He often does what he did against the Jets in week 1 (as people have pointed out in this thread): play really well in the first three quarters, and implode in the 4Q. I don't think I'd want him here.

Parcells didn't have a Rex Ryan defense.

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BroadwayJ667    10,870

I'll take him in a second. Just don't know if he can handle New York and the media that comes with it.

Only place outside of new york or boston that has the media scrutiny like it is the Dallas Cowboys. He can handle it. He still sucks though

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BurnleyJet    2,617

Its alot easier to get open when the opposing D has to worry about Miles, Bryant, and Witten.

Plus the other Ryan and Demarcus Ware on D. - How the heck are the Boys so bad.... Romo's numbers look great but he is Mr Choke.

Imagine the melt down on here with. 13-3 season and a first game play off exit.

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kay_gee    407

Romo looks more and more like he'll never be anything but a compiler with each passing season. He either plays well for 3 quarters and implodes in the 4th, or the moment any pressure is on him to win a big game, he blows it.

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The Crusher    188,891

He already had one. He wouldn't be great anywhere. He's just bad.

Not true. But at the very least would you believe he is better than what we have?

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MTJ06    1,824

Austin and Bryant were hurt for significant portions of last season, which thrust Robinson into a starting role.

Austin missed 6 games, Bryant missed1. He was still on the field with at least 2 of them most of the time, way more talent than the Rams had.

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Jetsfan80    72,352

Austin missed 6 games, Bryant missed1. He was still on the field with at least 2 of them most of the time, way more talent than the Rams had.

He still had to make the plays when he was targeted, which Romo did a lot. Dude was averaging a pair of TD's a game over a 4 or 5 week span.

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Klecko73isGod    123,121

I hear you. He gets sh*tted on similar to the way Eli used to. I feel he's undervalued as a QB by some...I have no idea how Dallas still feels about him as an organization, but it seems fans down there have grown tired of him. He's a good Qb.

:face:

Romo's been a starter for six years and he's regressing.

Don't insult Eli like that.

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MTJ06    1,824

He still had to make the plays when he was targeted, which Romo did a lot. Dude was averaging a pair of TD's a game over a 4 or 5 week span.

Hey he played well, Im not trying to argue that. Just saying Dallas was a much better situation because of all the talent they have on offense in comparison to the Rams.

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Jetsfan80    72,352

Hey he played well, Im not trying to argue that. Just saying Dallas was a much better situation because of all the talent they have on offense in comparison to the Rams.

A bag of rocks is better than the Rams' receiving corps.

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CrazyCarl40    49,437

Not true. But at the very least would you believe he is better than what we have?

What is not true about what I said? Campbell started in Washington and got a changeof scenery with the Raiders. His numbers are not good. He turns the ball over just as much as Sanchez and has been in the league twice as long as Sanchez. he is not better than what we have at QB #1. He would be better than QB#2.

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BurnleyJet    2,617

A bag of rocks is better than the Rams' receiving corps.

Perhaps we can trade them our "Star" Wide Receiver!

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The Crusher    188,891

What is not true about what I said? Campbell started in Washington and got a changeof scenery with the Raiders. His numbers are not good. He turns the ball over just as much as Sanchez and has been in the league twice as long as Sanchez. he is not better than what we have at QB #1. He would be better than QB#2.

Truth is all his time in Washington was spent changing HC and systems almost every year., Not an excuse a fact. He looked good and the Raiders where contending before he got hurt and fell off after Carson took over. Do you think if Sanchez got hurt at the same time and Carson came in would would have finished worse than we did? I don;t.

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Sperm Edwards    338,547

Dallas is 15-1 when their defense (and special teams) surrenders 10 pts or less with Romo.

Jets are 9-6 when their defense (and special teams) surrenders 10 points or less with Sanchez. And that doesn't even count the 16-13 debacle vs Buffalo in '09.

So while Romo has choked plenty, let's put some perspective on which choking QB is less reliable when the rest of the team shows up to play.

That 9-6 record should make every Jets fan throw up.

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