The revenge of Tony Romo: 3 Reasons why 2016 is his year
1. The Draft of a New Running Back
Whether the Cowboys land top prospects like Derrick Henry or Ezekiel Elliott, the focus of head coach Jason Garrett and company must revert back to what work in 2014 – the balanced running attack.
The Cowboys have the luxury of drafting in the fourth spot this year.
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Combine that with a healthy Tony Romo and Dallas could pass the quarterback spot early in the draft in favor of an immediate impact player.
Returning veteran running back Darren McFadden played well last year.
Especially when the team handed the keys over to him as the full-time starter.
But his age (29 in August) and his extensive injury list make him unreliable.
With former starting running back Joseph Randle out on the streets surfing malls, the Cowboys must raise the bar on their running game as they did in 2014.
A strong, healthy running attack will produce a strong, healthy Tony Romo.
He produced one of his best seasons in 2014.
Next: Reason #2 This Is Tony Romo's Year