We are finally to the number one guy who needs a Super Bowl ring to complete his legacy. That guy is Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
Playing for "America's team," no one is under a bigger microscope.
After the season that Romo and the 'Boys had in 2010, the pressure will only be bigger.
With a huge-headed Jerry Jones as the team's owner (and basically head coach), the Cowboys have tons of pressure on them.
When Jerry Jones created "Jerrys World," that pressure grew once again. Jones donated millions of dollars towards putting his Cowboys in a new stadium, and he did it with a bang.
Romo and the Cowboys play under the biggest TV screen in the world, another factor that can contribute to the pressures of playing in the Big D.
Back to the subject, this season couldn't have gone much worse for Romo.
Starting off the season a rough 1-4, Romo suffered a season ending injury in the next game versus the Giants.
When things continued to get worse, Jerry Jones fired head coach Wade Phillips.
Romo and the 'Boys will try to rebound in a big way in 2011.
New head coach Jason Garrett wasted no time making big moves once given the reigns. He hired Rob Ryan as defensive coordinator, the brother of Jets head coach Rex Ryan.
But the big factor in Dallas next year will be the offense.
Romo has plenty of fire power and weapons around him, like wide receiver Miles Austin and tight end Jason Witten.
It will be interesting to see what the new coaching staff does in Dallas, since Romo isn't getting any younger.
Romo is now 30-years-old, and these days quarterbacks aren't doing most of their winning after they turn 30.
If Romo can't put it together and have a bounce back year in 2011, expect more changes to be made in Dallas.