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Since entering the national spotlight, Tony Romo has garnered more criticism than arguably any other NFL player. It's not easy playing in a major media market and inheriting the torch from Hall of Famer (and three-time Super Bowl champion) Troy Aikman.
Romo has learned that the hard way.
However, he does have a few supporters in his corner. In June, tight end Jason Witten declared Romo an "elite" quarterback, capable of competing for a championship.
Now those same sentiments are being echoed by a familiar name in Cowboys lore.
Speaking at PwC-SMU Athletic Forum on Wednesday, former coach Jimmy Johnson gushed about his "love" for Romo, saying the 32-year-old will one day bring a title back to Big D.
“The guy is a great quarterback,” Johnson said, via ESPNDallas.com. “You’ve got to win the ring to get it done. I think Romo can get it done. I love Tony Romo.”
Ironically, these comments come on the same day a new Romo advertisement campaign began. In t...
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The NFL Regular Season is about to begin with Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys playing opening night. We are finally moving away from these awful preseason games. Here's a look at the winners for week 1. WED, SEP 5 Dallas at NY Giants - Eli and the Giants open the season as Superbowl Champs. Their defense is too much for Tony Romo and the Cowboys. Giants Win...
DALLAS Jimmy Johnson believes the Dallas Cowboys have a championship-level quarterback in Tony Romo.
That's what the coach who won two Super Bowls in Dallas told a luncheon audience Wednesday.
"The guy is a great quarterback," said Johnson, in comments reported on dallasnews.com. "You've got to win a ring to get it done. I think Romo can get it done. I love...
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo took advantage of an opportunity to fire back at his critics during a new Starter ad campaign that he’s been featured in.
“People focus on what we haven’t accomplished,” Romo says in the video below. “They focus on mistakes, the near misses, the heartbreaks. People say we haven’t succeeded. People say we haven’t won a championship...
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo stars in a new Starter ad campaign called Never Stop. The NFL star is now the spokesperson for athletic brand and they are keeping him busy. Romo has made special personal appearances at Walmarts around Texas to launch the new fall collection of Starter apparel, footwear and accessories.
Starter has performance gear at a low price point available...
Former Dallas Cowboys head coach and current FOX Sports analyst Jimmy Johnson believes that current Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is great.
“The guy is a great quarterback,” Johnson said, per ESPN.com. “You’ve got to win the ring to get it done. I think Romo can get it done. I love Tony Romo.”
I agree with Johnson, I think the only thing that’s keeping Romo from...
Traditionally, Madison Avenue loves a winner.Case in point: just look at the latest slew of ads this season that will feature Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning and breakout receiver Victor Cruz of the New York Giants.And no, you can add much-maligned Dallas Cowboys quarterback to that list.Tony Romo, winner? Well, not exactly.Romo is the star of a new ad campaign by apparel-maker Starter...
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The Dallas Cowboys can now completely focus on what they've already been thinking about for a long time.
Their three-win preseason is done, and next is their unprecedented midweek season opener at the New York Giants. They return to the same stadium where they played last year's finale, with a loss that kept them out of the playoffs.
What was a Thursday for everybody else...
The cycle of big expectations in Dallas continues with heralded free agent signings (Brandon Carr) , highly-touted draft picks (Morris Claiborne), a 'new focus' for the team’s defense, and Tony Romo and his ‘Boys saying this is the year when things will be different. So what, if anything, is actually different about this year for Big D?
From oddsmakers to experts, people aren't giving the New York Giants the respect a Super Bowl champion deserves.
Eli Manning and Co. sneaked into the playoffs last year and then played their best football in January and February. For the second time in five years, they beat the favored New England Patriots to claim the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
With nearly all their starters on...