Game: Packers @ Cowboys
To be fair, Tony Romo didn't just hand the Packers the ball during those back-to-back interceptions. Romo's first one—a pass to Miles Austin—wasn't ridiculously off, so credit goes to Sam Shields for stretching to make the grab (Quick side note: the man used to play wide receiver in college before switching to cornerback in his final year). There was miscommunication on Romo's next interception, but Tramon Williams had to dive and focus to make that interception. Still, no credit goes to Romo for making those throws.
3. Tony Romo Throws Interceptions in Back-to-Back Possessions