Fresh off studying video of the Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay free safety Ronde Barber noted the Tony Romo-led offense doesn't look much different than in prior seasons.
This doesn't bode well for the Buccaneers entering Sunday's game at Dallas (1 p.m. ET, FOX).
Romo shredded Tampa Bay's defense in three previous career matchups, the most recent coming last year. He has tossed 11 touchdown passes with no interceptions and finished each game with a quarterback rating of at least 130.0. Most importantly, the Cowboys were 3-0 in those meetings.
Barber told FOXSports.com that two of Romo's biggest strengths are his pocket mobility and a supporting cast that includes an all-star tight end (Jason Witten), two fleet wide receivers (Miles Austin and Dez Bryant) and emerging second-year running back DeMarco Murray.
"I believe quarterbacks are only as good as their options," Barber said Tuesday in a telephone interview. "His job is made more comfortable by the options he has."
Barber said Ro...