Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has played the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins 13 times, more than any other team in the NFL.
Among NFC East games, Romo has completed more passes for a higher percentage against New York. He's thrown more touchdowns (26) and interceptions (12) against Big Blue than any other team in the league.
Overall, Romo owns a 5-5 record as a starter against his divisional foe. In his first meeting against them, on October 23, 2006, he came off the Boys' bench in relief of Drew Bledsoe and wowed Bill Parcells, earning the starting gig from that point on me.
His last win, of course, came in the season opener, when he completed 76 percent of his passes for 307 yards and three touchdowns. It was by far the best game of Romo's season, as he has thrown eight interceptions compared to five touchdowns since, and has yet to achieve a quarterback rating better than 98.5.
For all of the hype that Romo receives, whether deserved or not, his performance certainly warrants it. Through 83 career starts, Romo's win-loss record is almost identical to that of Eli Manning. Romo is 50-33. Manning was 49-34. Only Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and Philip Rivers were active quarterbacks who had better win-loss records.
A Look Back at Romo's last 4 games v. New York
October 25, 2010 - NYG 41, DAL 35
This was the collarbone game, when Michael Boley sneaked passed a Cowboys lineman and shattered Romo's left shoulder, ending what looked to be a promising season for Big D.
The Giants trailed, 20-7, before Romo's injury, then put up 31 unanswered points. Manning tossed four touchdowns (and three interceptions), while the defense held Dallas to 0-10 on third down and tallied three sacks.
December 11, 2011 - NYG 37, DAL 34
In a game with post-season ramifications, the Giants rallied behind Manning in the fourth quarter to overcome a 12-point deficit.
Romo rallied the troops with 46 seconds and set up a 47-yard attempt for kicker Dan Bailey, but Jason Pierre-Paul sealed the win for New York when he blocked a field goal.
Paul blocked the kick, sacked Romo for a safety and forced a second-quarter fumble, ruining Romo's four-touchdown performance.
January 1, 2012 - NYG 31, DAL 14
In the midst of a hot streak heading into the playoffs, the Giants steamrolled the Boys, their third win in their final four games to clinch the NFC East and end Dallas' playoff hopes.
Romo played through a bruised right hand and took a pain-killing injection prior to the game. The Giants made him anything but comfortable, sacking the Cowboys' quarterback six times.
September 5, 2012 - NYG 17, DAL 24
This is the one Giants fans remember.
The Cowboys and Giants opened the 2012 NFL season. The Dallas D sacked Manning thrice and were in his face all evening.
Romo threw three touchdowns and 307 yards and his jersey was kept clean for the most part.
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