Tony Romo has thrown more interceptions than any other NFL quarterback through the first eight weeks of the season. Some probably believe the Cowboys starting quarterback should be benched.
But it's not that simple. All of Romo's turnovers aren't solely his fault and there is no guarantee that Cowboys backup quarterback Kyle Orton would have better results with the same group.
There's not a clear determination of what it would take for Romo to be benched. After throwing nine interceptions during his last two games at Cowboys Stadium, the Cowboys owner, general manager, executive vice president and head coach have all publicly supported the team's franchise quarterback, so it appears Romo is not close to being replaced in the starting lineup.
"Tony is a starting quarterback and a quarterback that the team, candidly, is built around, (and it's) about as indispensable of a situation as you can (have)," Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Friday on 105.3 The Fan KRLD-F...