The NFL season is just a few hours old and the one team that has arguably the most hype surrounding them is the Dallas Cowboys, if only for one reason: The Super Bowl is at their home stadium in their town.
However, not everyone is sold on the idea that the Cowboys can even get that far. Admittedly, I'm one of those.
One player that has been looked at as an early threat on offense is rookie wide receiver Dez Bryant. While most might consider him a "savior" of sorts, Tony Romo is going to have the most pressure on his shoulders to get this team where they haven't been since the mid 1990's.
Here are five reasons, on each side of the aisle, on how Romo and Bryant can or can't lead the Cowboys to a Super Bowl win.