Tony Romo won't hold for kicks this s...

Tony Romo won't hold for kicks this season

There are 7 comments on the Fort Worth Star-Telegram story from Apr 4, 2007, titled Tony Romo won't hold for kicks this season. In it, Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that:

Tony Romo will not be Martin Gramatica's holder any longer, not because he botched the snap at Seattle in the wild-card playoffs last season, but because he's the starting quarterback. via Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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kevin wahl

Chesapeake, VA

#1 Apr 6, 2007
i think tony romo will make an excellent starting quarterback. I think that mistake in seattle could happen to anyone.
taylor mcelreath

Carrollton, TX

#2 Apr 15, 2007
i think this year tony romo will be a great quarterback.I think the mistake in seattle could happen to anybody.Give tony romo 2 years he will be one of the best quarterbacks.

“sorry we're out of cheese”

Since: Feb 07

jacksonville beach, FL

#3 Apr 15, 2007
what crap - hes not gonna be holder cause people have seen what hes capable of. it sure as hell isnt cuz hes the starting QB.
Phil

Clements, CA

#4 Apr 15, 2007
bulldog3 wrote:
what crap - hes not gonna be holder cause people have seen what hes capable of. it sure as hell isnt cuz hes the starting QB.
Actually, it is. Tony Romo has an excellent record as a holder. You saw one play where it got away from him, and everyone with any knowledge knows that there is a problem with the slickness of the balls late in the game.

But, correct me if I'm wrong, I don't know of any starting QB's who hold on kicks. The only reason he was holding is because he started the year doing that. Now, going into a new season with the starting job his to lose, someone else will hold as is the case on every other team in the NFL.

“sorry we're out of cheese”

Since: Feb 07

jacksonville beach, FL

#5 Apr 16, 2007
Phil wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, it is. Tony Romo has an excellent record as a holder. You saw one play where it got away from him, and everyone with any knowledge knows that there is a problem with the slickness of the balls late in the game.
But, correct me if I'm wrong, I don't know of any starting QB's who hold on kicks. The only reason he was holding is because he started the year doing that. Now, going into a new season with the starting job his to lose, someone else will hold as is the case on every other team in the NFL.
cmon - i know i was just giving the guy greif cuz it was just a really bad time to screw up, but there have been quite a few qbs as holders - brad johnson and jake plummer to name a couple - romo will be all right though
Kenny

Garland, TX

#6 Apr 17, 2007
Yeah, starting QB's are holding all over the league... in... in... in...

Brad Johnson is a backup to Romo...

Plummer is backing up Simms, Garcia, Bruce Gradkowski and Luke McCown...

hmmm.

“sorry we're out of cheese”

Since: Feb 07

jacksonville beach, FL

#7 Apr 17, 2007
did someone just start watching football this year or wtf?

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