Is Tony Romo Better Than Kurt Warner?
In other words, he's the anti-Tony Romo.
Gloved. Successful in the post-season. Anti-death metal rock star.
In the finale flop in Philly, he got all leader-y at a strange time, waving off Wade Phillips's call for a punt. Then after the game, he kinda threw offensive coordinator Jason Garrett under the bus by ripping his team's fundamental philosophy. And, of course, he wrapped it all up in the most confounding, maddening bow possible: Eh, this is just sports ... The sun will come up tomorrow ... There are people at war ... Etc.
Maybe it's just me, but I want to see my quarterback helmet-throwing pissed when the season ends, not all shruggy-shouldered. I want my quarterback to hate to lose. Romo seems mildly irritated by coming second, but not quite angry enough to motivate his teammates into dedicating all off-season to finishing first.
At this point I can't decide whether Romo is calm and cool or aloof and disinterested. Is he a quarterback who embraces being a celebrity? Or a celebrity who dabbles in being a quarterback?
I ask you, Cowboys' nation, are we still convinced Romo is a franchise quarterback? Is he better than Kurt Warner? - Richie Whitt