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"I started doing my job," Toomer told WEPN-FM on Friday. "I started looking at the numbers. I started looking at the statistics. I started looking at the quarterback rating. And I was shocked. I was shocked at how good Tony Romo's statistics really were. This guy is really impressive."
Toomer isn't exactly a voice from the wilderness. People are awake to Romo as a statistically impressive passer, but is this what Cowboys fans care about?
You could walk the streets of Manhattan for weeks in search of a Giants supporter willing to swap Manning for Romo.
Cowboys fans, meanwhile, have witnessed little Eli evolve into a gritty big-stage producer. Everything they once had in Troy Aikman -- who, by the way, didn't dazzle statistically -- now plays in New York.
But only one number matters to most, and Manning leads that category -- with two.