He’s been criticized and sensationalized, but the numbers don’t lie. Tony Romo is consistently one of the most productive, efficient QBs in the NFL. Like any QB, failure to win the “Big One” will define your career. The Dallas Cowboys had a little luck and a great piece of quarterbacking by Romo in Sunday’s 27-24 overtime thriller at Fed Ex Field. Romo, with clutch plays and a missed FG opportunity to win it by Washington, hit Dez Bryant with a huge pass that sealed the Dallas win. With the Giants losing to Philadelphia, the NFC East is now has the G-Men and the Cowboys tied at the top, and the two teams have yet to meet. New York has a brutal schedule while Dallas goes home to play Miami on Thanksgiving Day. How bout them Dolphins, winning their third straight clobbering Buffalo, while Chicago, Oakland, Detroit, and San Francisco all picked up victories. The World Champion Green Bay Packers just keep rolling along, now 10-0 after defeating the Tampa Bay Bucs, and the other Big Game on Sunday was in Baltimore, where the Ravens keep pace with Pittsburgh in defeating Cincinnati 31-24. The Kansas City Chiefs visit New England on Monday Night.