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Despite his three interceptions in a must-win game on Sunday night against Washington, the Dallas Cowboys still want to sign quarterback Tony Romo to a long-term contract extension.
“We have a great belief of Tony Romo as our quarterback,” said head coach Jason Garrett, via the Dallas Morning News. “Tony has won a lot of big games for us, too, to get us to the point where we can play for the division in Week 17 in consecutive years. We all know that we want to take the next step, and Tony is going to be a big part of that going forward.”
Dallas has finished the last two seasons with 8-8 records. The last time the Cowboys made the playoffs was the 2009 season.
“We’re excited about him being our quarterback.” said Garrett.
Romo is under contract for next season and clearly has the support of the Cowboys head coach. Then again, the quarterback market is extremely thin this year and unlike in previous years there is no can’t miss prospect.
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Following another disappointing season, the Dallas Cowboys
should part ways with quarterback Tony Romo this offseason, according to Gil Brandt of NFL.com.
Everybody says they don't read the paper, they don't listen
to the radio or watch TV, but I don't think that's true. I think they do. When
everybody in Cowboys Nation is saying that Dallas has to get rid of Romo...
Cowboys QB Tony Romo probably didn't sleep too well on Sunday night. His interception with three minutes to go in the fourth quarter set up a Redskins touchdown and may have cost Dallas the game.Fantasy Spin:This isn't the first time we've seen Romo fold under pressure. The Dallas quarterback is now 1-6 all-time in elimination games. He finished the night with two touchdowns...
Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News writes that Cowboys’ plans to re-sign QB Tony Romo to a long-term contract extension “hasn’t changed” with last weekends loss to the Washington Redskins.
“We have a great belief of Tony Romo as our quarterback,” said head coach Jason Garrett on Tuesday. “We all know that we want to take the next step, and Tony is going...
The Dallas Cowboys will spend another post-season watching the playoff games from home due to their inability to win a game that matters. The culprit of this latest late-season meltdown and person drawing the ire of everyone’s venom is the usual suspect, quarterback Tony Romo.
One Cowboys fan in particular had about enough of Romo’s big game failures that he decided to take matters...
Same song, just another verse. Tony Romo and his Dallas Cowboys entered the final week of the season with a chance to make the postseason and failed.
There are plenty of reasons and enough excuses to go around. All those injuries going into the game. All those injuries during the game. Pulled muscles and broken bones spread through the ranks of this Cowboys team in 2012 like the...
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones promised changes Wednesday after his team missed the NFL playoffs after a second straight 8-8 season that concluded Sunday with a loss to the Washington Redskins. "I'm very disappointed. I thought we missed a great opportunity," Jones told KRLD-FM in Dallas. "I can assure our fans this, that it's going...
As we sift through the rubble of another late-season failure, we are constantly reminded that the defense was hit with circumstances that nearly made their tasks impossible by the end of the year. The inside linebackers were different, the safeties were different, and the defensive line was different than what left training camp. Only the 2 outside linebackers and the 2 starting...
Captain Comeback Scott Kacsmar sums up the 2012 NFL season in clutch wins with a review of all 32 teams. In Week 17, Tony Romo blew it, while the Vikings stunned Green Bay. Also: the “Drive of the Year.”
Following another disappointing season, Dallas Cowboys owner
and general manager Jerry Jones said changes will be coming in the next few
weeks during an interview with 105.3 The Fan.
“If you don’t do something, almost unconventional, then you
really don’t break out of that cycle,” said Jones, who then highlighted the
Herschel Walker trade of 1989. “But how do we somehow...
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We have waited for this guy to break out. We have drafted every year to make sure we didn’t miss out on that year where it all comes together for him. 2012 was that year for Dez Bryant.
Bryant started off the season looking like the guy who has disappointed fantasy owners for the last 2 seasons. He looked lost out there, dropping passes...