Aug 15, 2012; Oxnard, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (right) and quarterback Tony Romo (9) at training camp at the River Ridge Fields. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

Are You Happy About Tony Romo's Six-Year Extension?

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Are You Happy About Tony Romo's Six-Year Extension?

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  • Spanky

    I guess what we’ve learned here is that Romo supporters get up earlier than non-supporters? Pretty lopsided results at 8am. 72% Yes, 28% No.

    • Old Frog

      Agreed. Very surprised by these results.

  • T-bone

    JJ is afraid of going for years and years again looking for a qb, so he’s keeping Romo even though he loses the big games year after year after year. After Terry Bradshaw predicted a Cowboy loss due to Romo throwing five interceptions, and then it happened, that should have been a wake up call. Or, after a loss when Romo said you can’t be great every week, that should have been a wake up call. Would JJ keep any other GM, besides himself, with his record? Of course not. Cowboy Nation has never had a dry spell like this and it looks like there’s no light at the end of the tunnel.

    • Spanky

      So what I’m hearing is, we should blame Terry Bradshaw? Interesting theory. He is pretty shady.

  • Edward Torres

    Damn if you do damn if you don’t!

  • ctcowboy1968

    I am not a Tony hater. Boys would probably be a last place team without him. But this contract was for to much $ and to long. Should have extended him for 2 – 3 years max. Drafting next QB in 2014.

    • Juanito Juanito

      whats the problem, they can still fire him after 2 or 3 seasons and no problem with that, time cowboys cover the guarantied money, no big drama

      • ctcowboy1968

        It’s a three year committment at 18 million per year. But that is still to much cash for a player that has only won 1 playoff game. Especially when looking at other QBs pay. And JJ has a tendency to hold players to long. Hopefully, this sets the Boys up to draft a QB in the first round of the 2014 draft. That draft is supposedly loaded with QB talent.