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Cowboys: Tony Romo/Kyle Orton
Tony Romo has been a stat monster throughout his career, but could never manage to win the big game.
He is an electric player, who possesses a rare ability to keep almost every play alive. Romo's gunslinger mentality has helped the Cowboys more times than hurt them.
Romo, statistically, is one of the elite quarterbacks in the NFL, with a career passer rating of 95.6 (via ESPN).
Kyle Orton has not seen much action as the Cowboys' backup QB, but is a very reliable second-string player.
Ravens: Joe Flacco/Tyrod Taylor
Joe Flacco finally silenced his critics and guided the Baltimore Ravens to a Super Bowl championship season.
The now-seasoned veteran has never been a stat hound, but has been extremely consistent through his career. Flacco has largely benefited from a terrific running game and solid wide-receiver play.
He owns a passer rating of 86.3 throughout his career (via NFL).
Tyrod Taylor is young, backup quarterback who has little experience at the professional level.
Bleacher Report's writer Brad Gagnon recently wrote an article asking Cowboys fans, hypothetically, who they would prefer at QB—Romo or Flacco. According to the article's poll, fans would rather see Flacco behind center for America's Team.
I, on the other hand, have to disagree. Tony Romo is a great quarterback on an underachieving team, while Joe Flacco is a good quarterback on a very well-balanced team.
The Cowboys have the better quarterbacks, but Romo needs to win a championship in order to put this debate to bed.