Competition hurt Tony Romo's record

Cowboys QB is 8-10 in December/January, but losses came versus tough opponents

Updated: December 2, 2011, 12:34 AM ET
By Todd Archer | ESPNDallas.com

IRVING, Texas -- November has been the kindest month to Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, his security blanket in many ways.

Romo's 19-2 record in November gives him the best winning percentage of a quarterback in the Super Bowl era with a minimum of 15 starts in that month.

As good as those numbers are -- New England's Tom Brady is 29-10 in November for those keeping score -- they are also something of a curse because Romo's record in December and January games is 8-10.

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