Running the Numbers: Is Tony Romo Clutch?
This is an article I’ve wanted to do for a long time. There are a lot of ways to define “clutch” as it relates to NFL quarterbacks, and about the only one in which Tony Romo doesn’t thrive is playoff victories. That’s obviously a big category, but one that is really overrated in judging quarterbacks.
In my article “Is Tony Romo Clutch?” at DallasCowboys.com, I break down Romo’s fourth quarter and late-season numbers to see how he plays in pressure situations. The answer is pretty damn well.
Ultimately, however, the public perception of Romo won’t change until he wins multiple playoff games. So, in early 2013.
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