Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is as useful as any calendar.
He makes it obvious when it's November.
"It started for us two weeks back," Romo told reporters at Redskins Park on a conference call Tuesday. "We've been putting our head down and grinding, going forward and trying put together win after win."
Romo enters the Thanksgiving Day matchup against the Washington Redskins (FOX, 4:15 p.m. ET) with a 21-3 career mark in November, the best of any quarterback in the Super Bowl era.
Not all have been pretty, like Sunday's effort against the two-win Cleveland Browns that took overtime to settle.
"I think you're going to play in games like that," said Romo, who was sacked a career-high seven times, gave up crucial fumble late in regulation and needed 50 pass attempts in the 23-20 win.
"You want to go out and win by 30 points every week, but in the National Football League, that's not the case. We're going to be in a battle every week that we play."
Dallas (5-5) enters with...