The Dallas Cowboys have been playing well with Jon Kitna running the show in Big D, but let’s not forget about starting QB Tony Romo… the coaching staff hasn’t. If everything continues to work out, the Dallas Cowboys could receiving a nice Christmas gift on the 25th of December.
Romo could return for the Cowboys last two games — Christmas Day in Arizona and at Philadelphia on January 2nd.
“He’s in early,” Cowboys interim head coach Jason Garrett said of Tony Romo. “He’s in that training room at 7 a.m. every morning. And he’s in our meetings.
“Once we go out on the practice field they have a whole regimen for him to go through some different rehab stuff. He’s very much involved. The ideas keep coming, and he’s engaged with our football team.”
If Romo were to return, it would provide a spark to the team. You can never underestimate the value of a quarterback in the NFL. Romo is their starter and deserves to have the job back as soon as he is healthy. Of course, one more loss would mean the end of slim playoff hopes for Dallas which could result in the Cowboys putting Romo on the shelf for the rest of the year.