• Cowboys QB Tony Romo gives credit to improved WR play for his better numbers over last five games

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Dec 7, 2012
    Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said Thursday that his numbers are better over the last five games as compared to the first half of the season because the team is playing better, particularly the wide receivers being in the right spots at the right time. In the meantime, quarterback Tony Romo has played his best football over the last five games and given Cowboys officials even more reason to re-sign him this off-season. Behind a struggling offensive line, Romo has been sacked 28 times, eighth most in the NFL. I think that is probably what is going to happen with Tony because he has all the skills and all the ability in the world to win championships. The Bengals lead the NFL in sacks with 39 and 30.5 of those have come from defensive linemen Geno Atkins , Michael Johnson , Wallace Gilberry , Carlos Dunlap , Robert Geathers and Domata Peko .
    • George: How Tony Romo can avoid becoming the most underappreciated player in Cowboys history

      IRVING — Much of the chatter about the Cowboys’ offense of late has been about the progression of receiver Dez Bryant. In the meantime, quarterback Tony Romo has played his best football over the last five games and given Cowboys officials even more r
    • Stephen Jones: Ownership never wavered on Romo

      During the team’s 3-4 start, when Tony Romo was on the wrong side of the touchdown-interception ratio (9-13), many people doubted the Cowboys quarterback. Now that things have turned around (10 touchdowns and two picks in the last five games), more peop
    • Jason Witten: Cowboys emphasis vs. Bengals is on protecting Tony Romo

      IRVING — The Cowboys understand that they’re preparing for possibly the best defensive line that they’ve faced this season. Tony Romo and Jason Witten both made that point after Thursday’s practice. Behind a struggling offensive line, Romo has bee

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