LVP - Tony Romo
A lot of things fell apart in the second half, but Romo was the trigger. His interceptions gave Detroit life in the most direct way possible; a 14-point swing and all the momentum they needed to get rolling. That’s not to say our defense didn’t look pretty bad either, but you can’t put this one on them. They did their part and we would have walked away winners if not for Romo’s mistakes.
That said, I’m not going to the ridiculous “Start Kitna” notion that my fellow writer on this site did. Kitna gives you much of the same gunslinger mentality as Romo does without the same ability to bounce back from those mistakes. Even if you’re done with Romo as our long-term quarterback he’s still our best option for the rest of this year. We’re 2-2 in a weak division; this is no time for drastic actions.
Worst Play – Bobby Carpenter’s Pick-6
You could make a case for a few. Calvin Johnson’s jumpball TD over three defenders was pretty awful, but in the grand sc