Found November 01, 2011 on Fox Sports Southwest:
PLAYERS: Tony Romo
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
At 3-4, the Cowboys certainly don't seem like a playoff contender. But some winnable games over the next five weeks could change expectations. So what should be the mindset for Cowboys supporters? Should they expect playoffs and a run at a Super Bowl, plan for another year that equates to a high first-round draft pick, or maybe prepare for somewhere in the middle? Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday that he isn't adjusting his expectations, and having Tony Romo at quarterback is the main reason for his optimism. "In my perspective, when we have a quarterback that's healthy, Romo, that can play at the level that I believe he can play at, then I don't think you ought to lower your expectations," Jones said Tuesday during his weekly radio appearance on 105.3 The Fan (KRLD-FM). "I think you got an opportunity to be a good team." Jones added: "When I look at the makeup of our team, that's why I shouldn't and our...

Good news for Cowboys QB Tony Romo: He owns November with a 15-2 career record as a starter

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