Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach is sick and tired of hearing Tony Romo get ripped for the Dallas Cowboys' lack of success.
"If there's a bigger Romo fan in town I don't know who it is" said Staubach one of many former Cowboys who attended the team's open practice at AT&T Stadium and private dinner. "I want to argue with all my negative Romo fans and let them know and tell them how great this guy is."
Staubach a longtime staunch supporter of Romo understands that quarterbacks for the franchise who don't earn a Super Bowl ring are considered failures because of the standard he and Troy Aikman set. He firmly believes Romo is capable of leading the Cowboys to a title if he gets help. In particular Staubach pointed out that the Cowboys must drastically improve a rushing attack that set franchise records for futility last season.
"Last year if you looked at the Super Bowl those guys had running backs over 1000 yards" Staubach said. "[Romo] doesn't complain. He doesn't blame...