Saturday, April 13, 2013

Favre: Cowboys force Romo into reckless play

In recent years, Cowboys QB Tony Romo has faced a lot of criticism for making stupid decisions when the game's on the line. But former Packers QB Brett Favre, who was usually successful in the kinda situations that Romo struggles in, is not one of those critics.

"I like the way he plays," Favre said at a Southern Methodist University athletic forum luncheon Friday, The Dallas Morning News' Jon Machota reported. "I think there's times that he's made plays or decisions that were bad. But I think based on how the team has played or the way that game has gone, for the most part, has kind of dictated the way his decision-making has played into it."

I'm not sure I'm on Brett's side on this. In my opinion, Romo is just naïve. He's just not able to perform in close games.

1 comment:

Brandon said...

That's so ironic that it could have been written for the Onion. I'm sure Favre felt like he had to play reckless many times, and no QB starting today reminds me more of Favre than Romo. Favre was always willing to take some chances when they were down, even when that might not have been a good decision.