Originally posted on Fox Sports Southwest  |  Last updated 1/30/12
Roger Staubach is still a Cowboy through and through. The Hall of Fame quarterback fully supports Tony Romo and says Jason Garrett is the right coach to win under Jerry Jones. You really can't get much more positive than that. While some call the unpredictable Cowboys quarterback the Romocoaster, Staubach says he's the franchise QB that can get the job done. "We have the quarterback that can do it in Tony Romo," Staubach said during a Monday interview on Colin Cowherd's ESPN radio show. Romo has said that a quarterback's success should be judged by what they do in the postseason. The 31-year-old has only one playoff victory and that's something that must serve as motivation. "It has to be a factor because you want to win, you want to get to the playoffs and you want to do everything you can to get to the Super Bowl and win the Super Bowl," said Staubach, who won two Super Bowls during his time in Dallas. "It's a team effort, though. I was very fortunate. We had two different kind of teams when we won the Super Bowls that we won, but we had strong defenses and good offenses. "I think Tony definitely is more of the solution. He's not the problem at all. He's more of the solution. Part of the solution has to be on defense. That was an issue for the Cowboys this year, but you're a game or two away. Look at the Giants at the end of the year. You didn't know what was going to happen." -- Follow Jon Machota on Twitter: @jonmachota
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