Most everyone knows by now that Tony Romo recently was engaged to sports reporter Candice Crawford, but the real question is, will he ever get a ring for Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones?
Romo, the highly regarded eight-year veteran for the Cowboys, is currently injured, but that doesn't stop the question from being raised.
With this season's playoff hopes dashed, will the Romo-led Dallas Cowboys win a Super Bowl?
Here are a few reasons for and against Tony Romo winning a Super Bowl.
Over his young career, Romo has thrown for numerous yards: 16,650 yards, to be exact.
We all know, however, that yards are not everything.
You must make meaningful throws that account for points—something that Romo has yet to prove in his career.
There is no doubting that Tony Romo has a great arm. Romo has the ability to throw the ball down the field and can really launch it if necessary.
This is a great asset to him and his teammates and will help him throughout his career, if he can learn to be accurate with it.
Last season, everyone thought that Romo finally had his interception problem dealt with, as he only threw nine the whole season. Little did they know that he would come back and throw seven this season in only six games played.
This will not help him win a Super Bowl and could ultimately cost him a chance to go down as a Cowboy legend.
Romo has been great about finding receivers in the end zone throughout his career. In full seasons he has played, Romo has broken 20 touchdowns in each one except for his first year, when he had 19.
Romo is great about finding open receivers for big plays, and this could be the one thing that could get him to a Super Bowl.
Whether it be the muffed extra-point try in the playoffs or just throwing an interception at the wrong time of the game, Romo just isn't clutch. He doesn't seem to be able to pull through in the big moments.
This will ultimately cost him the chance to ever get a Super Bowl ring as a starting quarterback.