Originally Posted by WhiteWhale
Romo's playoff record isn't much different than Phillip Rivers. He's very comparable to Rivers.
Cassel isn't 1/10th the QB of Romo.
Romo is exponentially better than Cassel. Anyone claiming they are similar is ignorant.
That being said, bringing in Tony Romo is a textbook Chiefs QB move. We've been pulling this shit for almost 40 years. Outside of a short Montana era and Trent Green (playing behind a historic Oline), it has been an absolute failure of an approach to filling the position. Yes, Romo would make the team better. Yes, he might make us a playoff team. But ultimately it's the same play it safe, don't risk too much approach to filling the most important spot on the roster. It's the Martyball of team-building.