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Romo can win a SB

Oct 13, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) celebrates a touchdown in the first quarter of the game Washington Redskins at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Go on. Answer it. I dare you to contemplate such a taboo. To consider that Dallas Cowboys’ QB Tony Romo can win a SB ring? Blasphemous, huh? For those that actually have a football I.Q., you’ll no doubt find it simple to explain your GM moves as well as the X’s and O’s needed to make this happen.

Yes, the Cowboys can win a Super Bowl with Tony Romo.-Todd Archer, ESPN

However, if you are having a difficult time coming up with the rest of the statement, it means you don’t believe he’s capable. Wow. Well aren’t you quite the hater? Sad, really. And it’s not to say that if you don’t believe in Tony Romo then you’re a hater. Nice reach at logic. You’re swinging high and inside at a low and away pitch, though. Sorry.

Quick lesson in what a “Romo hater” is. It’s someone that sits around and anxiously awaits an interception so they can jump up and scream “I told you so” while simultaneously tweeting about how the 5 touchdowns that preceded it means nothing (trolling). It’s someone who sits at their job making cute little slanderous memes while the burgers and fries burn. Oops.

“It’s up to Jerry Jones to finally deliver on that “Romo friendly” promise he made a few years ago and provide the quarterback a better team around him. Not just better receivers, running backs, tight ends and flashy players on defense, but core players along both sides of the line.” – Todd Archer, ESPN

So now that we’ve cleared that up, let’s get to the matter at hand. What does it take for Tony Romo to win a Super Bowl ring? The answer is quite simple. Hold on to your hats. The answer is: he needs a team. Well, shucks, stop the dang presses. I think this case just broke wide open.

Every SB winning QB had a contributing team. One that requires every man on the roster to do their job effectively and consistently. One that is led by a coaching staff that understands the management of a clock and situational football. One where the owner isn’t actually the GM as well. Bold and daring concepts, I know.

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