Tony Romo Passed for 506 Yards, But Threw This Interception with Two Minutes Left and Dallas Lost, 51-48

By Jason McIntyre

Tony Romo was enjoying the best game of his career, throwing for a franchise-record 506 yards and five touchdowns. It was a legendary performance. The Cowboys and Broncos were tied at 48 with a little over two minutes left when Dallas got the ball back. And then, Bad Romo struck – this terrible pass over the middle was intercepted in a moment that typified Romo’s star-crossed career: Brilliant at times, frequently elite, but unfortunately, prone to boneheadedness in the clutch.

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