4: The number of letters in Tony Romo's first AND last name. If you have the same amount of letters in your first and last name, odds are you'll never be successful. Just look at BSB writer Daniel Goggin. He's an atrocious writer who's jokes are so bad that not even his mother will lie to him and tell him they're decent.
15: games he's played in/ had a chance to throw an interception in. No doubt about it, the dude loves throwing picks. The more important the scenario, the better. You can pick your friends, you can pick your nose, but Tony Romo can do both and throw a back breaking pick at the same time.
1: playoff miscue. Who can forget one of the most unintentionally hilarious moments in Cowboy history. Apparently Cowboys fans can because they've more than made up for it in the playoffs since. Wait, what? they've only played in 3 playoff games since that 2006 blunder? Their record you ask? 1-2. In those 3 games, Romo has thrown for 3 touchdowns, 2 interceptions and has fumbled twice. If that doesn't scream elite, then probably anything else will.
108,000,000: the amount of money owed to Mr. Romo by the Cowboys. I'm not exactly sure how Jerry Jones rose to be the prominent man he is today, but I bet it was the complete opposite of the decision made to resign Tony Romo to this lucrative deal, $55,000,000 of which is guaranteed.
9: his jersey number. Not really much science behind this, just a keen observation by me.
214, 469, and 972: area codes for free agents to stay away from if they ever want a shot at a Super Bowl title
There you have it. I slaved over a hot calculator to find these numbers, which prove that the Cowboys' chances to win next week actually improved with the loss of Tony Romo. The numbers never lie, and these numbers suck for Romo.
And with all that said, GO EAGLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By: Dan Goggin