New York Giants defensive end Chris Canty spent his first four NFL seasons with the Cowboys. For three of those, Tony Romo was the starting quarterback. Since signing as a free agent with the Giants, Canty has been paid to chase Romo around.
Those circumstances make Canty an ideal source to discuss the pressure that's on Romo to win a Super Bowl with the Cowboys. While some say the Cowboys' failure to make noise in the postseason is because of the talent around Romo, Canty made a case for putting the blame squarely on Romo's shoulders.
"Romo's a tremendous quarterback, statistically he's a top five quarterback, that's undeniable," Canty said Tuesday on ESPN's SportsNation. "At the end of the day, in the clutch situations, he hasn't performed as well as you would like him to. I think ultimately, that's been the difference between their franchise and the Giants ability to be successful."
The 29-year-old, who was proudly sporting his recent Super Bowl ring, was then asked if he feel...