Tony Romo is one of the best quarterbacks in the league. There is no running away from that opinion. Throughout his career, he has a 64.1 percent completion rate, a 95.6 quarterback rating, 120 touchdowns and 63 interceptions.
Because of him, the Cowboys have remained competitive in the NFC and have won the NFC East twice in four seasons.
His major flaw, though, is closing out games. He's had this problem dating back to 2006 when he first debuted in the league, and it showed up again last Sunday against the Jets.
It's not that his numbers are poor in the fourth quarter. In his career, Romo has 34 touchdowns, 17 interceptions, a 100 passer rating and a 63.4 completion percentage in the fourth quarter. In the last two minutes of halves, he has 22 touchdowns, eight interceptions, a 97 passer rating and a 62.4 completion percentage.
It's just there are certain clutch situations in the game where Romo makes a huge mistake to cost his team the game, whether it's an interception or a fumble.
Let's go back in a time capsule and look at five of Tony Romo's biggest career blunders.