• Could Romo's quietest season be his best?

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Dec 20, 2012
    Romo is on his way to one of his best seasons in the NFL. Romo could play 25 games in a row without an interception and if he threw one in the fourth quarter of Game 26 everybody would say, "See? Same old Romo." How odd it must feel for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo , walking around these days without everybody on his back. “I just think that Tony and Dez playing together, practicing together, working through some of the things that were issues, building on some of the things that were positive things that happened in practice or happened in a game.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Cowboys QB Tony Romo’s interception rate is second-lowest in NFL in last six weeks

      IRVING — It was after a deflating loss to Chicago when quarterback Tony Romo vented his frustration. He had just completed one of his worst performances of his career, throwing five interceptions against a Bears team that stormed out of Cowboys Stadium
    • Jason Garrett: Tony Romo and Dez Bryant ‘care a great deal about being great’

      IRVING — After a shaky start to the season Tony Romo and Dez Bryant have performed as well as any quarterback-wide receiver tandem over the last six weeks. Romo had 13 interceptions during the Cowboys’ first seven games and only three during their las
  • New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo holds massive respect for Tony Romo

    Steve Spagnuolo says Tony Romo is one of the toughest QBs to prepare to play
    Source: nola.com

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