IRVING, Texas Jason Garrett spent a few minutes discussing one of Tony Romo's best plays of the season after Sunday's 38-23 victory in Philadelphia.
Following his Monday press conference, the Cowboys coach went into greater detail for about 10 minutes, talking about Romo's ability to extend plays.
With the Cowboys down 17-10 in the third quarter, Romo bounced around three Eagles defenders, avoiding a potential sack before finding Miles Austin for a 25-yard gain on third down. The Cowboys tied the game three plays later.
Very few quarterbacks could've turned in that highlight, and Garrett, a former quarterback, might appreciate it more than most.
"The amazing thing with him is he feels so much and then he can see so much while all of this stuff is going on," Garrett said Monday. "Just having played the position, I know what a melee that whole thing feels like. These guys are all around you like, 'Where the hell am I?' You feel like you're going the wrong way.
"He just has this ...