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November 15, 2012

Tony Romo has the best record in November of any QB in Super Bowl era

Tony Romo loves November. He can't explain why. He just does.

The Cowboys quarterback is 20-3 in the 11th month, the best of any quarterback in the Super Bowl era. Among active quarterbacks only Tom Brady (31-10, .756) and Joe Flacco (15-5, .750) are close.

"It's an important time that we need to obviously play good football, so our team’s done a good job in November," Romo said Thursday. "I don’t think there’s any rhyme or reason."

Here are the NFL quarterbacks with the best records in November in the Super Bowl era (minimum 20 starts):

PLAYER
RECORD IN NOVEMBER
WIN PCT.
Tony Romo*
20-3
.870
Daryle Lamonica
19-4-2
.826
Jim McMahon
18-5
.783
Tom Brady*
31-10
.756
Joe Flacco*
15-5
.750
*Active
 
 
        Note: Ties prior to 1972 did not count in winning percentage.
 
 
 
-- Charean Williams

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As I say, "Tony Romo: Just good enough to lose with"

Wow! And he only has ONE playoff win in ten years here. Still making NFL marks with nothing to show for his troubles. You media types up there continue to glorify his accomplishments. When you put his accomplishments in print. How about adding his..one..playoff win in ten years in Dallas? Just a thought......

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