Tony Romo Archive

Third Times A Charm – Vote Romo!

For the third time this season Tony Romo is up for FedEx Player of the Week at NFL.com. Now come on Cowboys fans, get your votes counted! You can vote as many times as you like, so

Balancing It Out

Yes there was only 1 football on the field at a time, but from the way Dallas looked this week and the way Tony Romo spread the ball around it sure didn’t look like it. Dallas had

Romo Spreads the Love As the Cowboys Win 38-17

Tony Romo and the Cowboys had an excellent outing at home against the Seahawks winning 38-17. The defense and special teams looked outstanding and the offense used all of their weapons. Touchdowns: Sam Hurd, Marion Barber, Roy Williams, Miles

Weekly Game Balls: Week 7

How ’bout them Cowboys! Huge win for our boys in blue and silver last Sunday.This win might be a sign of things to come. This week’s offensive game ball goes to Miles Austin, again. How can we deny another

Vote Romo Player of the Week on NFL.COM

We just received this official press release and want to share the good news with you. Tony Romo is up for FedEx Player of the Week once again, and he needs your support. Place your votes now!

Back To The Future

I was sitting at my house earlier in the week watching ESPN Classic featuring the 1991 Cowboys vs Falcons. Although Troy Aikman was not in the game due to an injury, I saw Emmit Smith, Michael Irvin

Week 7: Cowboys 37 – Falcons 21

Cowboys take win #4 against the Atlanta Falcons. Tony Romo went 21 of 29 for 311 yards and three touchdowns. Miles Austin had another career game recording 171 yards on 6 catches and two touchdowns. Patrick Crayton

Going Back to His Roots

With every thing that Tony Romo has gone through in his short NFL career as the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. Today may have been the best thing to happen to him. No, he didn’t go

Weekly Game Balls: Week 5

What a game. Should have not been as close as it was but a win is a win. We have seen some first and a record breaking day. What a game! It should have not been as

A Win Is A Win…Right?

Dallas Cowboys 26 – Kansas City Chiefs 20, in OVERTIME. Yes I did say overtime, a place Dallas really should of never been in this game. I will give credit to the Chiefs for their hard fought

There’s Something About Tony

Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News, had some eye-opening statistics regarding Tony Romo’s pass completion percentages to his wide receivers thus far this season. The problem isn’t necessarily that the Cowboys’ receivers don’t have that many

Set Him Free

I have watched Romo from the second he took the field in the the 3rd quarter at Texas Stadium against the NY Giants in 2006, and I have seen a remarkable playmaker ever since. I have also