We can’t wait to see this one.
Tony Romo was loved or hated, though not because he was a polarizing personality but because he was a perceived choke artist in the playoffs. While Romo did not have a great playoff record (2-4) but Romo (as of this writing anyway) he is the career leader in Quarterback Rating in the fourth quarter and in the month of December. Basically, we are saying that he had a lot of great performances when it counted!
The three time Player of the Year from the Ohio Valley Conference would finish in the top five in Quarterback Rating four times, Completion Percentage five times and in 2014 would finish first in both. Romo retired ranked third in Quarterback Rating, fifth in Completion Percentage and an impressive QB-INT record of 248-117.
While Romo has some solid career numbers it may not be enough especially with the lack of a First Team All Pro selection.
Should Tony Romo be in the Hall of Fame?
Definitely put him in! - 50%
Maybe, but others deserve it first. - 25%
Probably not, but it wouldn't be the end of the world. - 25%