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Tuesday, December 19, 2006


Why is Tony Romo a Pro Bowl quarterback? He didn't play until Oct. 15. He didn't start until Oct. 29. The Dallas Cowboys played four games without him. He didn't come close to playing the whole season, but he is a Pro Bowler?

I realize that past Drew Brees there isn't much in the NFC at quarterback. But shouldn't you have to play at least most of the season to play in the Pro Bowl? Don't you need at least a year to prove that you're not a fluke?

Putting Romo in the Pro Bowl is a slap at Michael Vick and the other quarterbacks who played well for the full year.

Have Romo give us a full year before we call him a Pro Bowler.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Donovon McNabb wouldn't have tore his ACL, we probably would not be discussing this. The same could be said to a lesser extent about Matt Hasselbeck, who has battled injuries also.

I agree that Vick should have gone ahead of Romo. Vick has been hyped so much throughout his career that he now garners a large amount of criticism for the Falcons lack of winning. I would argue that choices in coaching staff and player personnel are the real problems as far as the Falcons are concerned.

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