ARLINGTON, Texas Roger Staubach is not shy about showing his love for all things Tony Romo. The Hall of Fame quarterback has defended Romo several times in the past and his support was on full display Thursday at AT&T Stadium.
Following the Dallas Cowboys' Silver and Blue Debut practice, the two-time Super Bowl champion and Ring of Honor member said Romo shouldn't get all of the blame for the team's lack of success.
"It's a team effort, too," Staubach said. "I can't take credit for those great teams that I had. It was because I had a running game. I had a good offensive line. I had a lot of good things working for me. But you've got to be good yourself. Tony is a franchise quarterback."
And while some might be concerned with Romo's age he turned 33 in April Staubach, who won a Super Bowl at 35, says Romo is currently in the prime of his career.
"I just watch his instincts, the plays he makes, the way he can buy time," Staubach said. "Last year, if you looked at the Super ...