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Can Romo Lead the Cowboys to the Super Bowl

Best Tickets released a very cool blog article regarding the Evolution of the NFL offense. Best Tickets provides detailed analysis on the growing trend in the National Football League to throw the ball more frequently because they are throwing the ball more effectively.  It’s highly-recommended reading material.

The question concerning the Cowboys is can Tony Romo be the man to lead the Cowboys to glory?  There’s always been that question looming over his head simply because he hasn’t won yet.  And it’s unfair to not consider his other teammates since it’s an entire effort to win the Super Bowl.  But we have reached a time frame in NFL history where the passers who can make the most game-breaking plays wins games.  There’s the younger generation of hybrid passer-rushers in Kaepernick, Griffin, and Wilson, but who knows if they will stay healthy and relevant.  The individuals who have stayed relevant – Manning, Brees, Brady, Roethlisberger – have all won Super Bowls, some of them multiple.

Can Romo reach that elite level of franchise quarterbacks?  Hopefully soon the answer will be yes.


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One Response to “Can Romo Lead the Cowboys to the Super Bowl”

  1. Gary Glen Barrett says:

    I’ve cheered Tony on since his beginnings at Valley Ranch. Always thought he was very talented. But I’ve come to believe he lacks a killer instinct. That saddens me, I’ve been a Cowboy fan since 1962. He will not take the ‘Boys to the Super Bowl or NFL Championship game either. He just can’t rise above it all. I’d be looking for a replacement in the Draft this year or next. I would like to be proven wrong, but his time has come and gone, too many blown chances. I’ve considered his supporting cast on both sides of the ball. It comes down in the end to Tony.

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