Marriage is a blessing.
In Dallas, now, there is no union more important than that of the starting quarterback and general manager. And one thing is for sure: The honeymoon is over.
Reality has checked in.
It’s time to put a bigger ring on it.
Jerry Jones showed his loyalty to Romo — handing the quarterback a huge chunk of change in the form of $108 million dollars ($55 million guaranteed and a $25 million signing bonus).
He even dissed the thought of signing a future hall of fame — current NFL destructor — quarterback named Peyton Manning. All for Romo. It’s always been for Romo.
Now it’s the quarterback who must put good into the marriage.
Two is better than one. Whether you are a fan of both, or one, or neither, the fact is the Jones and Romo mixture is vital when determining the health of this organization.
But who has more to prove? Jones or Romo?