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Tony Romo is likely to surpass Troy Aikman in career touchdown passes.
I addressed this briefly before, but Tony Romo is going to wind up owning several team passing records by the time he is finished. The next major mark in his reach is the career record for most TD passes.
In only 78 career starts, Romo has 152 TD passes. That is one behind Roger Staubach and three behind Danny White. Troy Aikman leads the category with 165.
Of course, each of those QBs played in many more games than Romo—165 for Aikman, 166 for White, and 131 for Staubach.
But, of course, Romo played in different era with very different rules than those three.
Below is a complete list of the 45 players who have thrown at least one touchdown pass.
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