NFL Rumors: Do the Dallas Cowboys Have a Franchise Quarterback?
NFL Rumors Hears Tony Romo Is Back on the Golf Course Again
The Dallas Cowboys were a bad football team last year, but you wouldn't really know it from watching Tony Romo.
The quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys is no stranger to people calling him out on "other activities" conflicting with football, but this year is different.
Romo, a big time golfer who dreams of playing in the U.S. Open, has used his lockout time to take an even stronger swing at getting in this year.
While he is completely at liberty to do whatever he wants in his "free time", he's one of the quarterbacks who needs to be out on the field.
The Cowboys quarterback is a career 64-percent passer. He has thrown 118 touchdowns and only 62 interceptions.
During the regular season, Tony Romo is a stat machine.
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Yet, while other quarterbacks young and old are out scheduling workouts with as many players as possible (Mark Sanchez, Colt McCoy, Drew Brees) Romo is hitting little white balls down the fairway.
Romo is only 1-3 in the postseason, Sanchez has already won four postseason games on the road.
A few years ago he and teammates Jason Witten and "Barbie" Carpenter went to Cabo San Lucas in season with his then-girlfriend Jessica Simpson; they lost to the eventual Super Bowl Champion New York Giants in the following playoff game.
Tony Romo simply isn't good enough when it counts to do this sort of thing.
The Cowboys are coming of a terrible season, Romo is coming off an injury, the Cowboys have a new head coach and the one player who can help fix it during the lockout is playing golf.
Franchise quarterback? You have to be kidding me.
He plays one sport professionally, and that is football.
If he, and the Cowboys, are content with Pro Bowl appearances, gaudy numbers and no playoff success, he's on his way to a very productive career.
It is not coincidence the Cowboys have only won one playoff game in the last decade and half and Romo is doing nothing to change it.
Get used to the same nonsense in Big D as long as this clown is masquerading as a franchise quarterback.
Andrew Luck, Matt Barkley and Landry Jones will start to look really good to Cowboy fans in January.
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