....the players are. Before we all write off Romo as a Grossman in the making, let's not forget some games in our recent history where we were floored by QB's that didn't have great reputations: 2003: at Washington - Patrick Ramsey, WTF? 2004: at Pittsburgh - Rothleisberger was supposed to be a rookie that would be overwhelmed by BB's exotic schemes - he couldn't be stopped all day. 2004: at Miami - AJ Feeley? I know we gave that one away but he still came through in the clutch 2005: at Denver (twice) - both times Plummer was supposed to throw the critical INT, never happened 2006: at Miami - Joey Harrington...ugh 2006: at Indy (AFCCG) - everyone had some doubt about Peyton in the playoffs, we validated the 'choker' label early on and then were betrayed by it I was excited to see that somebody could make Tony Romo look bad but there is no way we pick him off 5 times Sunday. And if we are all familiar with Tom Brady's career, there is always that ONE game a year where things just fall apart for him (hopefully not Sunday). If this game is played on paper then Brady and the Pats win going away, but unfortunately the Cowboys will be pumped up and playing in front of a hostile crowd. I expect a really intense battle between 2 really good teams and I'll let their play decide the outcome instead of their reputations.