NFL Picks: Why Tony Romo Will Outplay Michael Vick on Sunday Night Football

Kyle SkovCorrespondent IIOctober 30, 2011

ARLINGTON, TX - OCTOBER 23:   Quarterback Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys throws a pass against the St. Louis Rams at the Cowboy Stadium on October 23, 2011 in Arlington, Texas.  The Cowboys defeated the Rams 34 to 7.  (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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Tony Romo and Michael Vick those are two names that neutral fans love to hate.

They both are hated for different reasons but today one of them has to win and it is going to be Tony Romo.

Romo constantly has 75 cents but is missing the last quarter to complete the dollar.

He is a stable quarterback that has so much potential but cannot win when the game is on the line.

It is something that starts with just losing fourth-quarter battles to having poor playoff performances.

Romo is not going to turn his mental block around but he will make a small step to move past it as he breaks down the poor Eagles secondary.

The Eagles cannot keep Tony Romo contained with the threats of Austin Miles and Jason Witten out there as key outlets.

Romo needs to show he has the confidence it is to lead the biggest franchise in the NFL past a few good wins in the regular season.

Tony Romo is a quarterback that needs to keep himself contained within himself. He is a very accurate passer with a career percentage of 64.1.

His percentage would be even higher if he was good at closing games. Tony Romo’s whole day will revolve around the end of the game.

The game should be a sure fire close battle with the offenses coming out blazing.

The only real question mark in the matchup is Demarco Murray in the backfield.

If the inexperienced back can capitalize on his great performance last week Tony Romo will have enough relief to get the game closed up and force the city of brotherly love to place their faith in their hands and wonder what happened to the “Dream Team."