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THEY LOVE ME,THEY LOVE ME NOT!!!!

CARROLLTON, TX - JUNE 16:  Quarterback Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys during mini camp at Standridge Stadium on June 16, 2009 in Carrollton, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
Melis Peters Jr.Contributor IAugust 4, 2009

They love me,They love me not! Is this the team that Tony Romo has been looking for? Sources say with the departure of T.O. that this team is now Romo friendly meaning that Romo can  now throw the ball around more freely or can he? Now that Owens is in Buffalo you now have Roy Willams formally  of the Detroit Lions who expressed his feelings about not being a major part of the Cowboys offense last season after being traded in mid season in 2008.Sources also say Romo will be more of a leader in the locker room and field a position that was held by Owens and Tank Willams both which are no longer a part of this years team. As training camp moves on the public nor the coaches have been overly impressed by there receiving core even though they are deep in that position you know the main three the three being Willams,Crayton,and Whitten you still have Miles Austin and Steinbech who can play a major role when their number is called. With the addition of John Kittna Romo now has another tutor.So to answer the question is the 2009 Cowboys a Romo friendly team can they make it through December and January, is still the million dollar question.

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