One of the greatest things about sports is the amount of argument and debate it causes. As a fan and writer of an NFC East team, there is no shortage of passionate opinion among fanbases.
When it comes to NFC East quarterbacks, Eli Manning has earned his place at the top of the pecking order for the time being. That leaves Michael Vick and Tony Romo battling it out for the opportunity to dethrone him.
Romo doesn't get much respect among Eagles fans, though he does deserve some. For most of the last decade, the hated Cowboys had become an afterthought. That is until Romo took the reigns and became the new target of hatred.
For the purposes of this comparison, we'll be using Romo's last three seasons against Vick's last two. Romo has the larger sample size but he missed 10 games in 2010.
Vick only gets two seasons because his 2009 season was spent mostly in the Wildcat and his time in Atlanta is irrelevant at this point.
The categories up for debate are: Arm Strength, Accuracy, Pocket Presence, Mobility, Ball Security and Leadership. At the end will be a final conclusion.