Originally Posted by Bano114
The response to throwing the interception is as important if not more important than throwing the interception itself.
You can throw an interception or even 3, but that doesn't have to determine the result of the game. If you respond the way Eli did in that game or hell even the way Romo responded in the first game against the Giants then throwing the interception isn't as bad as you make it out to be.
Throwing an interception and not being able to come back from it is terrible. That's something young and immature QB's struggle with. Eli and Romo are not young or immature at this point and shouldn't let picks bring their play down.
And I mean you know you didn't think Alex Smith was a better QB then Eli Manning last season so stop trying to front with interceptions.
Alex Smith had a lot less attempts than Eli and the attempts he did have were safe short throws...
Smith might have been a little better than we all thought last year though...he looks great right now