Poor Tony Romo.
The guy throws for a Dallas Cowboys record 506 yards and 5 touchdowns against the Broncos, and all everyone can talk about is his interception at the 2 minute warning that led to Denver’s game winning field goal.
No one thought the Boys could hang with the high powered Broncos, but Dallas did just that for all 4 quarters, trading big blows with the undefeated AFC powerhouse.
Peyton Manning threw his first interception of the season, but he also had 4 touchdown passes and even ran for his first TD in 5 years on a naked bootleg that the Cowboys, and everyone watching, didn’t see coming.
Denver remains a perfect 5-and-0 while Dallas drops to 2-and-3, tied with the Eagles for the lead in the NFC Least.
Both quarterbacks were brilliant in this back and forth game, converting on 3rd downs, chucking the ball deep for big gains, firing on all cylinders.
But then, the Tony Romo we all know and love stepped up.
I think everyone had that feeling of, okay, when is Romo going to make that big mistake.
And low and behold, there it was, a bad throw over the middle that was picked off.
I guess you can’t be perfect Tony.
Not like the Broncos anyway.