Dallas Cowboys

Tony Romo's Greatest Asset? His Age

RealFootball365.comSenior Writer IMarch 13, 2008

Can Tony Romo really only be 27 years old?

While he does have a birthday next month, he's still only started 26 regular season games, which is remarkable because it seems as if he's been a mainstay in Dallas for far longer than since mid-2006.

It's going to take the Cowboys until this Week One, 2008 to overcome the sting of the Cowboys' playoff loss to the Giants, knowing that they missed out on the prospect of being the gallant team that eventually toppled the Patriots.

But the reminder of a young star at quarterback and stability at the position should ease the players' and coaches' minds for a while.

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