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Ever since his first career playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks with the infamous botched field goal snap, NFL fans and analysts have pegged Tony Romo as the opposite of clutch.
Romo could have had all his naysayers eating a nice slice of humble pie this morning, but ultimately gave his haters more ammo with his fourth quarter meltdown.
The Eastern Illinois alum fumbled the football on New York's one yard line on a drive where the Cowboys needed to put at least three points on the scoreboard to theoretically seal the game.
Then, when Dallas was showing signs of life and perhaps a chance at still pulling out a victory, he chose to throw in the vicinity of Darrelle Revis.
The Cowboys quarterback was putting on a show throughout much of the game, posting 342 yards, two touchdowns and a 102 quarterback rating in his first game back since Week 6 of 2010, but his costly miscues will be all that people remember from this match-up.