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How Far can Tony Romo take the Cowboys in 2012?
The Dallas Cowboys are led by Jerry Jones and although is ability to win is under scrutiny of late, there is no disputing that he has made all of the right moves in the offseason.
The odds for the Cowboys to win the Super bowl are listed at 24-to-1 at online sportsbook BetOnline and with the way this team has improved in the offseason that could be a steal. The Cowboys were picked as a darkhorse to win the big game this year by many of the experts who have noticed the improvements.
The Cowboys were not done yet as they added cornerback Brandon Carr and safety Brodney Pool to solidify a secondary that was abused all season long. This allowed the Cowboys to let Terrance Newman walk and allow them to be one of the most improved defenses in the NFL.It all started in the draft where Jones and the Cowboys aggressively moved up eight sports to secure the services of the best cornerback available, Morris Claiborne out of LSU. Althou...
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As I was sitting in a cabin in the Smoky Mountains last Thursday, watching Game 5 of the NBA Finals while on vacation, I never thought of who would be next to have the pressure of winning the title in their respective sport. Yet almost immediately after the Heat wrapped up the NBA championship, chatter began about who now has the most...
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Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo is a true sportsman. He plays soccer, basketball, and golf most of his entire offseason. To be honest, Football may be his third or fourth best sport — Check out Romo playing more golf, and of course getting a picture request from his fans. Can’t wait to see Tony in the Senior PGA one day. -TO
Tony Romo grew up in Burlington, Wisconsin idolizing Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre.
So what the legendary gun-slinger told Deion Sanders Tuesday on the NFL Network had to bring a huge smile to Romo's face.
Favre was on the network discussing his thoughts on several of today's active NFL quarterbacks when his attention turned to pin-pointing the one that reminded...
Tony Romo has undergone a great deal of criticism in Dallas. Cowboys legendary quarterback Roger Staubach can't understand why. "Its really a mystery to me why people dont understand how really good (Tony Romo) is," Staubach told Norm Hitzges of KTCK-AM in Dallas by way of the Dallas Morning News. "The things he can do and the plays he can make, Im sure...
Dallas Cowboys great, Roger Staubach ended up speaking with KTCK-AM’s Norm Hitzges on Monday and said that he thinks people don’t realize how good Tony Romo is.
“One of the most important things a quarterback can do is transfer the confidence he has to his teammates so everybody can believe in each other,” said Staubach. ”You can’t do it by yourself. It’s...
New York Giants defensive end Chris Canty spent his first four NFL seasons with the Cowboys. For three of those, Tony Romo was the starting quarterback. Since signing as a free agent with the Giants, Canty has been paid to chase Romo around.
Those circumstances make Canty an ideal source to discuss the pressure that's on Romo to win a Super Bowl with the Cowboys. While some...
Brett Favre and Tony Romo now share a bound that goes beyond being consistent subjects of scrutiny. Favre sat down with Deion Sanders on the NFL Network to discuss a number of topics, including some of the league's current quarterbacks. During his discussion, Favre praised Romo, and said that he sees a lot of himself in the Cowboys quarterback. "Romo is probably more like...
When we think of Brett Favre, there are generally two schools of thought. On one hand, we remember the guy who was one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history and probably the toughest player to ever play the game. On the other, we think of the guy who didn’t know when to call it quits and who made a mockery of himself over the final few years of his career. But do we think...
Following part one of his sitdown with NFL Network's Deion Sanders, when he handed down a pretty big compliment to Robert Griffin III, former gunslinger Brett Favre kept with the topic of quarterbacks.
Only this time geared toward those who've put them in a class amongst themselves.
The subjects included Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and ... (suspense) ... Aaron Rodgers...
LeBron James has finally won a title under all the scrutiny. For Tony Romo, it seems like he’s up next. Romo is the LeBron of the NFL and is always questioned for his clutch. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback will be under a lot of pressure this season to see if he can bring a title home.
Michael Irvin brought his twist on the situation, comparing his pressure to the Miami Heat forward...
LeBron James is now an NBA champion, which raises an important question for all the sports fans out there who love celebrating the misfortunes of famous athletes: Who do we turn to next? Prior to last week, LeBron was the ultimate case of a superstar athlete who has never won a thing. Before LeBron, we had Alex Rodriguez. What about now? As Michael Irvin reminded us this past weekend...