There have been some concerns and question marks surrounding Tony Romo's recovery from offseason back surgery. They weren't apparent Saturday night.
Romo was a crisp 4-of-5 for 80 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown strike to Dez Bryant. That sure didn't look like preseason rust and limitations post-surgery. It looked like regular-season form.
"He looked good," Bryant told David Moore of the The Dallas Morning News. "His mind was right, he was poised and went out there, knew what he wanted to do, and did it. He wanted to show the world he is '9' and he's a baller."
A healthy Romo is no sure thing coming off back surgery at age 34, but he is one of the quarterbacks who is a ridiculously good way to wait on the position in fantasy drafts. Romo is roughly a sixth- to seven-round pick, according to FantasyPros.com, but one capable of elite quarterback numbers of 4,000 yards and 30-plus touchdowns.
Watching him play smoothly and remain healthy in the preseason is important, arguably among the most important things we gathered in preseason Week 2.
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