HATE: No matter how much you hate Romo and the Cowboys…you can't take your eyes off them. The television ratings for Cowboys game don’t lie. Which means you probably watch Romo play more than you do your own favorite team…and it drives you insane.
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LOVE: Despite being a quarterback for the most popular football team in America, you don't have to sit through endless dumb commercials featuring him, like you have to with Peyton Manning, Eli Manning and "Mr. Discount Double Check" Aaron Rodgers.
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HATE: Face it…he's a MUCH better golfer than you will ever be.
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LOVE: Tony Romo is the Dallas Cowboys' "Mr. Clutch." His 28 game-winning drives are more than legendary Dallas Cowboy quarterbacks Roger Staubach (23), Troy Aikman (21) and Danny White (16).
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HATE: Like Troy Aikman, Daryl Johnston, Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders before him, Romo is so charismatic that you are now starting to realize that while his playing career might be coming to a close soon, he'll be talking football during broadcasts for years to come up in the booth if he chooses.
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LOVE: With Romo under center, the Dallas Cowboys are never out of a game. His 24 fourth quarter comebacks ranks him 14th on the all-time list. That's more comeback wins than Philip Rivers (20), Matt Ryan (20), Boomer Esiason (19), Bart Starr (20), Jay Cutler (17) and Joe Namath (16) ... just to name a few.
HATE: He dated Jessica Simpson. He's married to a former Miss Missouri USA. His brother-in-law is a famous actor and his best friend is a first-ballot Hall of Famer tight end. Who are you hanging out with today?
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LOVE: Romo throws a lot of interceptions, right? Well, that's not completely accurate. Romo has thrown 110 interceptions in his career, but that's still fewer than other "clutch" quarterbacks like Peyton Manning (234), Drew Brees (194), John Elway (226), Dan Marino (252), Tom Brady (143) and Joe Montana (139).
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HATE: Romo is the quarterback of "America's Team," which means he is "America's Quarterback" ... which makes him YOUR quarterback.
LOVE: With 242 career passing touchdowns, that puts him tied for 21st on the NFL all-time list ... and that means he's thrown for more touchdowns than quarterbacks such as Steve Young, Terry Bradshaw, Phil Simms, Jim Kelly, Kurt Warner and Bob Griese.