Tony Romo is Our Quarterback

I hope everyone had a great 4th of July. I worked that day but my paycheck will reflect the money, so I am alright with it.

Football is just around the corner and we will involved in the 2009-2010 season. For me, I cant wait. On the 28th, the Cowboys go to training camp, the on the 30th I find out the sex of my baby to be. So lets just say this month will be great. I won’t give away the name of our baby yet. It will be a good one for Cowboys Nation. 

Anyway, with the season fast approaching, Tony Romo will be our quarterback. I think he will take us to the ultimate level we need to be, the Super Bowl. As the years have passed since he was named the starter he has improved every year. I am very confident that Tony is “our” quarterback. 

Just for highlights of the previous seasons. In 2006, Tony threw 5 TD passes against Tampa Bay, tying the mark of Troy Aikman. But in his first game, Tony came in to play against the Giants he threw 3 INT, one returned for a TD. In 2007, Tony threw 5 INT against Buffalo on that MNF game. That game was a miracle to win. With Tony throwing that many INTs and winning the game. WOW!

Tony has been named to 2 Pro-Bowls in his 3 years of playing for the Cowboys. In that span Tony has thrown 62 TD passes. In the same time span only one quarterback has thrown the same number of passes, that was Drew Brees.

Watching the games, I see Tony make mistakes, but I also see him make big strides and flashes of what he could be as a quarterback for America’s Team. This season, as Cowboys fans, will see a more improved Tony Romo. So for now I say – “How bout them Cowboys”!

Happy Birthday America!


We wish everyone in our Dallas Cowboys family a very safe and Happy 4th of July!

And while you’re outdoors grilling and having a good time with friends and family, keep this in mind…

Training camp for the new season begins in just 23 days!

Also, the NFL Network has a special holiday treat lined up for the fans of America’s Team!

They are running a series of hour-long specials about each Super Bowl winning team, from the ’66 Packers to the ’07 Giants. The marathon starts at 5 AM (CST) Saturday, and concludes at 11 PM on Sunday.

Cowboys championship teams from 1971, 1977, 1992, 1993 and 1995 will be featured as follows…

1971 Cowboys – 10:00 AM Saturday – Martin Sheen

1977 Cowboys – 4:00 PM Saturday – Lawrence Fishburn

1992 Cowboys – 7:00 AM Sunday – Alec Baldwin

1993 Cowboys – 8:00 AM Sunday – Ed Harris

1995 Cowboys – 10:00 AM Sunday – Ed Harris

Set your DVR to record each show if you can’t tune in. All times are central.

Throw a hot dog on the grill for me, enjoy the fireworks and have a spectacular Independence Day!