Monday, October 25, 2010

Keyshawn Johnson calls Tony Romo an average QB

MINNEAPOLIS - OCTOBER 17: Quarterback Tony Romo  of the Dallas Cowboys walks off the field following the game against the Minnesota Vikings at Mall of America Field on October 17, 2010 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Vikings defeated the Cowboys 24-21. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Recently on ESPN Steve Young, Keyshwan Johnson, Trent Dilfer and Herm Edwards were analyzing the problems that the Cowboys have.  During the conversation Keyshawn Johnson called Tony Romo an average QB who doesn't step up in the 4th quarter. Trent Dilfer defends Romo.  I don't think anyone can say that Romo is an average QB, mainly because there are so many bad QBs in the NFL.  It is surprising that a team with so much talent is in such a bad situation.  Part of the problem is obviously penalties and lack of discipline (they are the 3rd most penalised team).  Much of that must lie with the management and the coach.  Wade Phillips seems to be a bit of a cream puff and he doesn't seem to have control of his team.  And I used to think Jessica Simpson was the problem......

I was surprised Steve Young didn't relate back to the 49ers when he used to play which is his normal MO.

For a transcript of part of the conversation check out the link:

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