Dec 23, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) wears logos on his helmet in honor of the Sandy Hook elementary school victims and Jerry Brown Jr before the game against the New Orleans Saints at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Should The Cowboys Re-Sign Tony Romo?

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Should The Cowboys Re-Sign Tony Romo?

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  • Steve

    I don’t know how the Cowboys can even consider re-signing Tony Romo. In 10 seasons he has led the Cowboys to the playoffs only 4 times, and only won one playoff game. I understand he has good statistics, however Jerry Jones said it best in a 60 minutes interview a couple years ago, “Stats are for losers.” Romo has always been cocky and blames other players for his mistakes. He has no leadership qualities and acts like a little boy on the field. Look what Peyton Manning has done in one season with the Broncos. Tony Romo has made the Cowboys irrelevant in the NFL. If it weren’t for a new stadium and hosting the Super Bowl in recent years, the Cowboys would be forgotten. The Cowboys have become a mediocre team that wins about half their games each season, hopes to make it to the playoffs, and suffers disappointment year after year thanks to Tony Romo.

  • Brady

    Romo needs help. His front line has been dismal. I say pick up a REAL backup, not some old has been, to put pressure on Tony. And get an Oline!

  • Andy Cowboy fan.

    Romo has reached his peak as a football player. He is not a winner. He doesn’t know how to win at that level he needs to win at. He’s like a runner that can win until he competes at that top level. One thing he doesn’t have going for him at all is he won’t take a game he loses,a mistake he makes and says that it was on him…he’s a loser and jerry will be one of he resigns him. And if he does resign him and he don’t win the big one WATCHOUT JERRY!!!!!! You’ll be more of a fool than you are now

  • Judy Daugherty Inman

    Tony Romo is NOT the problem! It’s purely the play calling by Head Coach that just does not have what it takes to lead a team. Fire Garrett or demote him to OC, hire a good Head Coach who will discipline the players as they need to be, and let Callahan be the play caller. Romo will take the team to the Super Bowl and have himself and his guys a Ring and the Trophy! And Tony, ignore the critics…they are clueless!.

  • Troy Spurlock

    Tony. Turns the ball. Over entirely too much during crunch time. WATCHING THE SEAHAWKS AND SKINS GAME. THE TWO ROOKIE QB S ARE PLAYING LIKE VETS. NEED I SAY MORE?

  • californy

    Yeah Romo Peaked, he just surpassed his career high with over 600 yards this year despite playing with broken ribs two years in a row. If I am Romo I would resigned with the boys, he still has value if he should be traded, but their no QB with his ability in this year draft, and we dont have the HC or QB coach to develope QB on staff. It easier to rebuild this OL and get our running game more balance like they have in Washington, Seattle, SF and NE. If Washington can go from 25th to 1 in the NFL in the running game then we should improve from our drop from 18 to 31 in this year running game. JJ must committ to a real Romo friendly draft by getting some real OL in the first 3 rd of this draft.