Been reading BTB for sometime and this is my first post. This year and the Romo debate got me interested. Understand I've followed the Boys since 1960 (I was 12) and suffered through all the early years. Sunday's frustration is nothing compared to a Dandy Don interception in the end zone with 2nd and goal against our NFL East nemesis the Cleveland Browns or Jerry Kramer pushing Jethro Pugh into the end zone on the frozen tundra of Lambeau. That being said, Tony is one of the best rated fifth year quarterbacks in NFL history. I've been looking at career stats on NFL.com and with the exception of Tom Brady, Steve Young and one or two others, there are few that can compare to Tony at this stage of his career. Some are far worse, Bradshaw for one. As I commented earlier, the bottom line is championships and super bowls. There are extremely average QB's with superbowl victories and some outstanding QB's that never made it. Just one quick observation That seems to be true of some of the championship QB's and those with the lowest INT% are receivers that consistently go across the middle, catch the ball in traffic, and get YAC. With the exception Witten we haven't had many of those. The type of attack keeps linebackers occupied opening up the running game and the deep game. Dez is supposed to be that kind of target and Robinson seems to be as well. With time to develop the offense should really be something.