The Raiders have discovered some real hope at the quarterback position this year as both Terrelle Pryor and Matt McGloin have had excellent moments.
There’s nothing wrong with Tony Romo from a statistical point of view. He is completing 64.6 percent of his passes and he has a 21-6 TD-interception ratio.
The Cowboys have faith in Tony Romo to allow the Dallas offense to step up and become a serious contender for the NFC championship.
The bye week had to be good for RGIII, as it gave him one more week to rest and recover from the ACL injury that was supposed to have been fully healed when he started the season.
Peyton Manning is running away with the MVP award at this point, and there’s no reason to think he is going to slow down any time soon.