"Tony Romo is probably, if you look at it, statistically, he's probably the best quarterback in the NFC East," Toomer said on the "Movin' the Chains" show on SiriusXM NFL Radio. "You look at Eli Manning and what he does in the fourth quarter, but you talk about consistency, talking about 31 touchdowns and only 10 interceptions, that guy (Romo) can play."
"I'm talking about for me, if I wanted a guy that is going to throw less interceptions and be more productive, higher completion percentage, I'm going to go with Tony Romo," Toomer said.
Sure, Manning has won two Super Bowls, and sure, they both came against the New England Patriots. And yes, Manning did lead crucial drives to win both games, but that does not make him one of the best quarterbacks of all-time, and it does not necessarily make him a better passer than Romo.
It simply means that the Giants were a far superior team from top to bottom, starting at the top with roster construction (hello, Jerry). Manning has been put in a much better position to succeed than Romo, and he's delivered.