So Steve Beuerlein tweets that. Tony Romo is the QB with the most ints to end games he has ever seen. Then Bob Strum tweets this beauty ,
@SportsSturm: Beuerlein on Romo: "He has thrown more ints to end games than any QB that I’ve ever seen.">>Or 50th most since 1991 LINK Image: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BWGYfzJCYAA0jpm.jpg:large
Romo also has the highest TD percentage on the list, the highest completion percentage on the list, the highest yards per attempt on the list and (of course) the highest passer rating on the list -- BY FAR.
Romo's fourth-quarter TD percentage = 6.5%. Next best on that list = Philip Rivers, 6.0%.
Romo's fourth-quarter completion percentage = 64.2. Next best on that list = Kurt Warner, 63.7.
Romo's fourth-quarter YPA = 8.48. Next best on that list = Kurt Warner, 7.81.
Romo's fourth-quarter passer rating = 102.0. Next best on that list = Tom Brady, 92.0.
The only elite quarterback I noticed being missing from the list is Aaron Rodgers. He would beat Romo's fourth-quarter TD percentage (Rodgers is at 6.8%), but he also has a HIGHER interception percentage (2.7%), a worse completion percentage (63.1), a worse YPA (7.8) and a worse passer rating (98.8)
Also, Thomas Brady and Russell Wilson both threw game ending ints Sunday. Yet most people didn't even pay it any attention. The media definitely didn't