Tony Romo is a quality starting quarterback in the National Football League. The guy puts up numbers, can improvise, and consistently win games at this level. Sort of. But the thing is–he can’t win when it matters most. Despite a valiant effort in last week’s loss to the Saints, Romo and the Cowboys came up short. But with the Giants’ loss at Baltimore in Week 16, the Cowboys were given new life entering their prime time showdown in Washington on Sunday night. Problem was, well, they couldn’t seize the opportunity as the Redskins rolled Dallas on national television to clinch the NFC East Championship. Romo was once again baffling ineffective in a pressure game, dropping to 1-6 all time in elimination contests. As the Eagles sputtered through a brutal 4-12 seasons, one that will certainly bring many changes in the coming weeks, it may also be time for Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to consider wholesale changes–including quarterback.