Today, let's start with our concluding point: Tony Romo is playing some of the worst football of his career.
After a 4 interception performance against the Giants, not only does he take over the league lead in interceptions, but he does it by a healthy margin with 13. Three others have 10 picks, the likes of Matt Cassel, Brandon Weeden, and Andy Dalton.
Interceptions are not the be-all, end-all of Quarterbacking, but to have elite QB rating numbers and efficiency, you are going to have to have 2 to 3 times as many touchdowns as interceptions. Drew Brees has thrown plenty of picks in the last 5 seasons (72), but when you have 167 touchdowns during that same stretch (95), odds are pretty good that you are having success.
Heck, the all-time interception king is Brett Favre, with a likely untouchable total of 336, but given his equally all-time leading touchdown totals of 508, was seen as much more good than bad (172).
Romo is 73 for his career, but a painful -4 for his season. And...