Tony Romo got the job done tonight. He didn't have a "cakewalk" of a game either for those that think less of Romo. Constantly dodging Jason Pierre-Paul, Justin Tuck, Mathias Kiwanuka, Rocky Bernard and Linval Joseph, Romo was able to put up 300 yards, three TDs and only one interception.
On December 11th, 2011, against the Giants, Romo missed a wide-open Miles Austin to seal the game. His "clutch-ness"' and playmaking ability were questioned. Tonight, Romo answered.
Staring at 1st-and-30, Romo killed the play, called an audible and hit Miles Austin for a touchdown. Upon further review, it looked as though Romo called the audible and then signaled with very intricate handle signals the route he wanted Austin to run. Miles saw it, and it led to a critical touchdown.
With the clock winding down, Romo also completed a critical pass to Kevin Ogletree to seal the win. Clutch is as clutch does, and we are going to see a lot more of this from Romo for the next 15 regular-season games.