Tony Romo was the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys from 2006-2015. But without a Super Bowl win, did he do enough to deserve a gold jacket?
Being the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys is no easy task. Not only do you need to be good enough to get the job, but you have the eyes of everyone around the league watching your every move.
Former quarterback Tony Romo has had his fair share of success, but also failures. He retired after his job was taken in the 2016 season, and has two more seasons until he is eligible to be voted into the Hall of Fame. Does Tony Romo deserve to be a Hall of Famer?
Tony Romo has solid stats. Many people have looked at him as a quarterback that is average and chokes. What awards and individual achievements does Romo have?
To start, Romo is a four-time Pro Bowler. His first two seasons as a starter for the Cowboys he went to the Pro Bowl. Romo also made the second-team All-Pro in 2014.
He has never won a Super Bowl, an MVP, or an offensive player of the year award. His cabinet is pretty much empty aside from a plaque to represent some records that are shown below.