5 Bold Predictions for the Cowboys 2014 Season

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Dec 15, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) signals at the line of scrimmage against the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

1. Tony Romo will have one of his best seasons yet

Despite turning 33 in 2013, and coming off back surgery to remove a cyst, the starting quarterback engineered one of his best seasons — rather quietly too.

Tony Romo was 172 yards away from his 3rd straight 4,000 yard season (5th overall), despite missing the last game. His 31 touchdown tosses against 10 interceptions propelled his career rating to 95.8 — good for 5th all-time.

Fact: The next five quarterbacks behind Romo in the all-time passer rating category combine for an astonishing 11 Super Bowl rings!

5) Tony Romo | 95.8

6) Tom Brady | 95.7

7) Drew Brees | 95.3

8) Kurt Warner | 93.7

9) Ben Roethlisberger | 92.6

10) Joe Montana | 92.3

Nothing to worry about here. The offensive line will progress, and returning weapons in Jason Witten, Dez Bryant, and DeMarco Murray will give Tony the fire power to continue his streak.

If Tony Romo’s age (34 in April) and second back surgery are a concern, look no further than this video of him shooting hoops in North Carolina.

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  • Earl Robertson

    I would agree with you if it wasn’t for the brutal schedule! I still think the NFL will put Dallas in the prime time slot and they will have to play Seahawks that first game! If that is the case Jerry Jones ear drums will be bleeding after that game

  • Juanito Juanito

    all the nfc east will have that brutal schedule, no excusses

  • ctcowboy1968

    From your lips to God’s ears. It’s all dependent on injuries since Cowboys have no depth and hoping the coaches don’t screw up games. Also, let’s not get big heads over the five losses and eight points. The Cowboys had five wins of five points or less. Not quite the same stat, but it shows that 10 Cowboy games were tight and could have gone either way. It all evens out in the end.

  • JerryJonesSux

    Mr. Vu…you, my man, are as delusional as that pecker head Jerry. It will take an act of God for next year’s defense to be top 12. And what separates the quarterbacks on your list, from Tony, besides a super bowl victory, is they can all win under pressure. Something Tony has clearly shown he can’t do.