• Martellus Bennett: Tony Romo ‘isn’t in the same league as Eli Manning’; ‘Not even close’

    Summary of 18 articles · Updated Oct 4, 2012
    “Romo isn’t in the same league as Eli Manning. Apparently, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo isn’t on the same elite level as Giants quarterback Eli Manning. After not catching a single touchdown pass the previous three seasons with the Cowboys, Martellus Bennett has snagged three in three games with the New York Giants. Here’s ESPN’s Trent Dilfer on Romo: “You take the entire league and Tony Romo is one of a handful of guys you’d like to start your franchise with. After the Cowboys expressed an interest in extending quarterback Tony Romo’s contract, we reported that it’s unlikely to happen any time soon. In the closing minutes, with the game out of reach, Romo was pulled in favor of Kyle Orton, who marched the Cowboys down the field for a garbage-time touchdown. Regardless, he’s sure to sign an extension that would pay him somewhere between the deals recently signed by Houston quarterback Matt Schaub and New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees, the NFL’s highest-paid player who at age 33 agreed to a five-year, $100 million contract with $61 million guaranteed.
    • Critics Have It Wrong About Romo

      It's amazing how many sports media members have unknowingly embarrassed themselves this week by criticizing the Dallas quarterback.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Jerry Jones says he trusts Tony Romo to rebound

      Joe Theismann might not care for the way Tony Romo is playing now. But the good news for Romo is, the man who signs his checks has his back. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said despite last week’s five-turnover disaster, he’s confident in his quarterback,
    • PFT Live: Did Romo take a step back on Monday?

      Mike Florio updates the biggest quarterback stories around the NFL starting with Tony Romo’s Monday night debacle when he threw five picks to help the Chicago Bears blow out the Dallas Cowboys. Florio says if Romo is supposed to be an elite QB, he shoul
    • Cowboys QB Tony Romo’s performance against Bears historically bad

      How dreadful was Tony Romo’s performance Monday in the Cowboys’ 34-18 loss to Chicago? Let’s just say it was historically bad. Romo threw five interceptions for only the second time in his career, having pulled off that dubious achievement against B
    • About Last Night: Oh, No ... Romo

      In case you were out living a life of leisure, here's what you missed in sports on Monday. The Chicago Bears intercepted Tony Romo five times, retur...
      Source: grantland.com
    • Tony Romo matches career-worst game with five interceptions in loss to Bears

      Believe it or not, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has thrown five interceptions in a single game before. And to make that fact even odder, the Cowboys actually won that game, a 25-24 October 2007 victory over the Buffalo Bills. That was a Monday n…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Five thoughts: Cowboys’ Tony Romo not the problem; Dez Bryant still has much to improve

      Here are five thoughts after the Cowboys’ 34-18 loss to the Bears on Monday night: 1. Tony Romo is not the problem so don’t even start with blaming this loss all on him. The Cowboys quarterback made three mistakes Monday night and that was being carel
    • Romo's picks doom Cowboys

      It was a battle of two defenses, but Chicago had the last laugh in Dallas. The Bears intercepted Tony Romo five times and stifled the Cowboys in the red zone en route to a 34-18 win.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Bears win big thanks to Romo’s interceptions, Bryant’s drops

      Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo had a 300-yard passing game, and Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant had a 100-yard receiving game, but Monday night’s Bears victory in Dallas will be remembered more for what went wrong for Romo and Bryant. Romo threw five interce
    • Trent Dilfer: Cowboys’ Tony Romo ‘one of a handful of guys you’d like to start your franchise with’

      It’s fairly obvious that much of the ESPN discussion tonight will focus on Cowboys QB Tony Romo and Bears QB Jay Butler.  Call it the “‘Boys-Bears Beleaguered QB Bowl.” Here’s ESPN’s Trent Dilfer on Romo: “You take the entire league and Ton
    • Source: Cowboys, Romo end extension talks

      The Dallas Cowboys have ended contract extension talks with quarterback Tony Romo, according to a source.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Romo tables contract negotiations

      After the Cowboys expressed an interest in extending quarterback Tony Romo’s contract, we reported that it’s unlikely to happen any time soon. Owner Jerry Jones now admits that’s the case. “We talked.  We thought he had an interest, and he knows
    • Cowboys QB Tony Romo has tabled contract extension negotiations until after the season

      By BRANDON GEORGE and DAVID MOORE, Staff Writers: IRVING — Quarterback Tony Romo has tabled negotiations on a contract extension with the Cowboys until the season is over so the process won’t become a distraction. The Cowboys recently reached out to R
    • Romo says Cowboys need to do little things

      After watching his offense score just 27 points through the first three games, Tony Romo said the Dallas Cowboys need to do the little things better.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • No fine for Gerald McCoy after Tony Romo complaint of illegal hit

      Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was not fined for a possible helmet-to-helmet hit that prompted Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to register a mild complaint after last Sunday’s game. McCoy seemed to inadvertently make helmet-to-helmet contact Romo when
      Source: tampabay.com
  • Theismann says Romo “isn’t that good”

    We don’t agree with much that Joe Theismann has to say, primarily since after involuntarily listening to him for years and years (and years), we’ve grown numb to pretty much anything he says.  But Theismann has caught our attention with a candid take
  • Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, TE Jason Witten say QB Tony Romo and WR Dez Bryant had a “miscommunication” on first intercepti

    IRVING - Now that the Cowboys have had time to review last night’s loss to Chicago, coach Jason Garrett and tight end Jason Witten helped to explain Tuesday just how there was a “miscommunication” between quarterback Tony Romo and wide receiver De

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