Is Tony Romo worthy of being in the Hall of Fame?
Looking at where Tony Romo stands amongst Dallas’ passing leaders, he is at, or near the top of a lot of the categories. Considering Dallas has been around for 59 years, being at the top is a great feat.
Romo leads the franchise in passing yards, passing touchdowns, quarterback rating, and game-winning drives. These are all impressive for Romo to have. This means that he is ahead of Cowboys Hall of Famers Troy Aikman and Roger Staubach.
What Romo doesn’t have that surpasses the two Hall of Famers and holds a lot of value is wins. Romo is third in the franchise with 78 while Aikman has 94 and Staubach has 85.
Romo has better stats than two Hall of Famers (other than wins), so that means he is a lock to get in, right? Well, not really. You need more than just franchise records to get a gold jacket.