Last January, the prospect of the Jacksonville Jaguars playing in a Super Bowl was a very real possibility with the Jags leading New England by 10 late in the AFC Championship game.
One of the greatest NFL romances ever reached its conclusion last week. No, not the Aaron Rodgers/Olivia Munn relationship that went belly up. Instead, we have seen the last of former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and tight end Jason Witten.
According to Marc Stein of ESPN, there is a movement within the Dallas Mavericks organization to honor former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo next Tuesday. The Mavericks plan to have Romo on the bench and in uniform for their game on Tuesday against the Denver Nuggets.
What a day Tuesday turned out to be in the life of now former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo wasted little time into the 2016 NFL campaign to suffer an injury.
Thanksgiving Day proved to be a big swing and miss for anyone who took Dallas and the points over the undefeated Carolina Panthers.
From the “that takes some balls” category, injured Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo gave Tom Brady a preview of when he expects to see him again.
Sunday’s Cowboys/Eagles game is not pleasing to the eye. DeMarco Murray and the Philly offense couldn’t crack 30 yards of total offense in the first half. However, it appears Sunday’s biggest loser will be Tony Romo.
if there is one guy who shouldn’t rattle the cage of the New England Patriots (or any other fanbase for that matter), it’s Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
So, remember when the Dallas Cowboys rolled into Seattle earlier this season and beat the Seahawks? Welp, that could be one of the pivotal games on the NFC’s wild road to the Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona.