Sure, Tony Romo made two huge mistakes against the Jets on Sunday Night Football.  Romo screwed up the game, but his deficiencies are greatly exaggerated.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has the reputation of being a player who comes up short in big games.  However, the Eastern Illinois product isn't quite the disaster that a lot of fans make him out to be.  He doesn't always choke and he isn't always a liability.

Does he need to play better in crunch time?  Absolutely.  Does that mean he is a below-average NFL quarterback?  Absolutely not.  You can be critical of Tony Romo's play, but don't be critical to a fault.