Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo leads the league in completion percentage. He is fourth in quarterback rating and yards per attempt. He has the fifth-most touchdowns. Aside from the three interceptions in the first half of the season-opening loss to the San Francisco 49ers, Romo has been pretty good for all four quarters, but he enjoys the second half.
“I think in the second half, playing teams, you start to get an understanding how they want to attack you,” Romo said. In those possessions, it matters more so with the outcome of the game so you just want to make sure you do things exactly right and go out and execute.”
Romo has the NFL’s best Total QBR at 95.7 in the third and fourth quarters, plus overtime. His 10.1 yards per attempt is first. He has completed 71 percent of his passes, which is second. His eight touchdowns passes are tied for second according to ESPN.