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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is by far the most frustrating quarterback in the NFL.
Romo has been solid in the regular season, having a career 95.3 passer rating. He has 128 touchdowns against 68 interceptions while throwing for 18,046 yards.
The nine-year veteran has had top receivers in Terrell Owens, Miles Austin and tight end Jason Witten to throw to.
Romo's problem is crumbling when it counts.
This year, he threw two pick-sixs against the Detroit Lions that led to a giant collapse. He has 14 career games with two or more interceptions.
In the playoffs, Romo is 1-3, including mishandling the potential game-winning field goal in a 21-20 playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks in 2007. He has a postseason passer rating of 80.8.
Bob Bajek is a writing intern at Bleacher Report. He is also a freelance reporter and can be followed at Patch.com and Twitter.