Poor, Tony Romo. There's not much more you can say about the 33-year-old quarterback. Even though Romo has the franchise record for passing yards (4,903) and touchdowns (36) in a season, and holds the all-time career record in the month of November (24-5), people will always point to his lack of productivity when it matters most. But with good reason, because that ability to shine in those clutch moments is what tends to separate the good ones from the greatest to ever play the game.
Yesterday, the Dallas Cowboys took on the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium and after posting some incredible numbers in the first half, the team completely fell off on both sides of the ball in the third and fourth quarter. This decline paved the way for an incredible, record-setting 23-point comeback by the Packers. In the 'Boys final two possessions, Romo threw back-to-back interceptions which led to Green Bay taking the lead and securing the 37-36 win, respectively.
If Cowboys fans felt a strange sense of deja vu after witnessing Romo's collapse yesterday, they're not alone. Throughout his eight-year career as a starter for Dallas, Romo has gone from being considered one hell of a quarterback to having people wonder what the hell is wrong with this quarterback. We focus on those latter moments. From pairing his career-best game against the Denver Broncos this season with a crippling game-ending interception to that infamous slippery pigskin disaster during the 2007 NFL Playoffs, here's Ranking Tony Romo's Biggest Fails.