Tony Romo: Is The Dallas Cowboys Quarterback A Leader?
Tony Romo has had a rough season, no one will deny that.
First he saw his team limp out to a terrible start in a year in which there were Super Bowl expectations for the Cowboys. Then, against the New York Giants, Romo was drilled into the turf and injured and was eventually put on injured reserve.
Romo is still settling in as the face of the franchise and with that comes the responsibility of being a leader, something the quarterback has taken head on this year, even if he can't impact the game on the field.
"Behind closed doors is when you really lead," Romo said to the media back in October. "A guy who does it for show is doing it for show. For me it's about talking, telling and stressing the importance. This is the time when it needs to be said. [I'm not going] to demean guys. We're all in the same thing together."
Romo will be back next year, but you know it has to kill him to have to watch from the sidelines.
For more on Tony Romo, be sure to check out Dallas Cowboys: 10 Things the 'Boys Must Do To Contend in 2011.
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