Tony Romo surely has a few things to contemplate between now and when he enters Dallas Cowboys training camp. Romo may be thinking about fine-tuning his physical condition. Also, he may be looking to perfect his form in the pocket.
These are great ideas for Romo. The Cowboys quarterback might have a detailed plan for the offseason.
Meanwhile, one wonders whether Romo has been watching the playoffs closely to this point. Particularly, he would have been keen to watch the Denver Broncos and their much-discussed quarterback, Tim Tebow.
Some may wonder what Romo has to gain from Tebow. Tebow isn't an elite quarterback like Tom Brady, Drew Brees or Aaron Rodgers. Tebow isn't even one of the better quarterbacks in the league. He ranked 28th in passer rating—just behind Colt McCoy. Besides, Tebow is six years younger than Romo.
Nevertheless, as a college professor once told me, you can learn as much from watching a bad movie as you can from watching a good one.
No matter how bad Tebow may be, Romo has pointers to gather from watching him.
The pointers Romo can gain from watching Tebow that will be mentioned in this slideshow don't pertain to how Tebow can help him get jacked up in Christ. These are all football lessons. Read along to see what Romo can learn from.